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The History of Space Opera

Lost (and found) Star Wars stories

Articles, columns and quotes in defense of the Star Wars Expanded Universe!


The goal of the all-volunteer, non-profit Twin Suns Foundation is to promote reading and writing around the world, and serve as the voice for the Star Wars Expanded Universe Movement! Fundraisers, book donations, billboards, check 'em all out today!

Eddie Van Der Heidjen's amazingly exhaustive page!


Robert Mullin's wildly unique chronology project attempts to fuse the EU canon with Disney's.


Jedi Sabacc


Long forgotten, un-reprinted Star Wars adventures and nonfiction literature

TBone's famous Star Wars site include cut-scenes, scripts, and so much more!


Plif lives with Marvel Star Wars stats and loads of fun pages!


Fascinating study of the changes made to the original trilogy


This site's original pre-Filoni Clone Wars Timeline

The Clone Wars Viewing Order


Another chronology of the Clone Wars incorporates older stories in relation to the animated series


Everything you always wanted to know about the Star Wars Holiday Special!



Hyperspace webstrips


Written by Paul Ens; Illustrated by Tom Hodges

Special thanks to Cryostar, who first posted these on "Fan Forum" in 2007.


Download the individual Evasive Action CBR files below (this may require you to download a CBR reader)

To download all four strips, click here.


In the frenzied lead-up to the final Star Wars film, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, several stories were commissioned to dovetail into the events of the film. James Luceno tackled Anakin and Obi-Wan's adventures in the novel, Labyrinth of Evil, Jan Duursema and John Ostrander dealt with Jedi Quinlan Vos and Aayla Secura on Seleucami in the Republic series; while Paul Ens and Tom Hodges wrote and illustrated the Evasive Action webstrips, featuring several new padawans alongside known Jedi. (Gendy Tartakovsky also contributed with a third season of his Clone Wars animated series, though he did not coordinate with the other writers as they had done with each other).

The webstrips were published exclusively on's Hyperspace, an online fan club that members paid a fee to join, in exchange for exclusive new and out of print archived stories.

Although it was announced during the Star Wars Celebration IV convention in 2007 that Lucasfilm were considering having the stories collected, this never came to pass, and with the dissolution of Hyperspace, it was believed that the strips vanished forever... until now!

"Reversal of Fortune" is but the first of the four Evasive Action story arcs, with the next three, "Recruitment," "Prey" and "End Game," dealing with the aftermath of Order 66 and the early days of the Empire.

For the ease of those following the order of events on the Star Wars Expanded Universe Timeline, the following are delineated by section.

1. Reversal of Fortune

Our story begins in the final year of the Clone Wars, on the planet Felucia, where Separatist Leader Shu Mai has just arrived. Attending to her patients, Jedi healer Barriss Offee (apparently forgiven for her actions during the fifth season episode "The Wrong Jedi" of The Clone Wars animated series) and her new Selonian padawan Zonder know they must inform the Jedi Council of the latest events.

The strips ran from 2004 to 2006. From strip #85 to #169, "Reversal of Fortune" takes place during the events of Revenge of the Sith.

2. Recruitment

These webstrips were published exclusively on's Hyperspace fan club. The strips ran from 2004 to 2006. "Recruitment" is the second of the four Evasive Action story arcs. The next two arcs, "Prey" and "End Game," deal with the aftermath of Order 66 and the early days of the Empire.

3. Prey

"Prey" is the third of the four Evasive Action story arcs. This and the final story "End Game" deals with the aftermath of Order 66 and the early days of the Empire.

4. End Game

As with "Recruitment" "Prey," and this arc deals with the aftermath of Order 66, the early days of the Empire, and the origins of Baron Orman Tagge.