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'''''[[Into the Great Unknown]]''''' is a ten-page [[Infinities|non-canon]] comic story that was written by [[W. Haden Blackman]]. It was published in the [[comic book]] ''[[Star Wars Tales 19]]'', which was released on [[May 14]], [[2004]]. The story is notable for being the first officially-licensed work to include both [[Han Solo]] and [[Indiana Jones]], two characters portrayed on film by [[Harrison Ford]] in the [[1970s]] and [[1980s]]. The idea to write a story featuring the two was floated by staff at [[Dark Horse Comics]], who then asked Blackman to write it.
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'''''[[Into the Great Unknown]]''''' is a ten-page [[Infinities|non-canon]] comic story that was written by [[W. Haden Blackman]]. It was published in the [[comic book]] ''[[Star Wars Tales 19]]'', which was released on [[May 14]], [[2004]]. The story is notable for being the first officially-licensed work to include both [[Han Solo]] and [[Indiana Jones]], two characters portrayed on film by [[Harrison Ford]] in the 1970s and 1980s. The idea to write a story featuring the two was floated by staff at [[Dark Horse Comics]], who then asked Blackman to write it.
   
 
Within the comic's pages, Solo and his [[Pilot|co-pilot]] [[Chewbacca]] flee blindly into [[hyperspace]] from an [[Galactic Empire|Imperial]] [[fleet]] and end up crashing onto an [[Indiana Jones's homeworld|unfamiliar planet]]. Solo is attacked and [[Death|killed]] by a primitive group of [[Human]]s, and 126 [[year]]s later, his [[skeleton]] is discovered by Indiana Jones. Blackman intentionally inserted references to both film franchises into the story, hoping to appeal to a wide range of fans. {{Rm|Into the Great Unknown}}
 
Within the comic's pages, Solo and his [[Pilot|co-pilot]] [[Chewbacca]] flee blindly into [[hyperspace]] from an [[Galactic Empire|Imperial]] [[fleet]] and end up crashing onto an [[Indiana Jones's homeworld|unfamiliar planet]]. Solo is attacked and [[Death|killed]] by a primitive group of [[Human]]s, and 126 [[year]]s later, his [[skeleton]] is discovered by Indiana Jones. Blackman intentionally inserted references to both film franchises into the story, hoping to appeal to a wide range of fans. {{Rm|Into the Great Unknown}}

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IntotheGreatUnknown

Into the Great Unknown is a ten-page non-canon comic story that was written by W. Haden Blackman. It was published in the comic book Star Wars Tales 19, which was released on May 14, 2004. The story is notable for being the first officially-licensed work to include both Han Solo and Indiana Jones, two characters portrayed on film by Harrison Ford in the 1970s and 1980s. The idea to write a story featuring the two was floated by staff at Dark Horse Comics, who then asked Blackman to write it.

Within the comic's pages, Solo and his co-pilot Chewbacca flee blindly into hyperspace from an Imperial fleet and end up crashing onto an unfamiliar planet. Solo is attacked and killed by a primitive group of Humans, and 126 years later, his skeleton is discovered by Indiana Jones. Blackman intentionally inserted references to both film franchises into the story, hoping to appeal to a wide range of fans. (Read more…)

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