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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!


Video Games & Action Figures


Imperial Commando






Planned video game


Star Wars: Imperial Commando is the canceled sequel to the 2005 video game Star Wars: Republic Commando. The sequel was already planned during development of Republic Commando, but it was canceled in 2004 with several concept paintings completed. The game was to focus on Imperial commando soldiers.

The game was to focus on the Imperial Commando units, the Empire'selite ground combat troops. Part of the combat was to be against the Rebel Alliance.

The game was to be a sequel to the 2005 first-person shooter video game Star Wars: Republic Commando, which focused on the clone commando unit Delta Squad. The sole confirmed LucasArts crew on the sequel project was Greg Knight, who drew concept sketches and paintings for the game from 2003 to its cancellation in 2004.[1] At that time, design documents had been completed. The LucasArts documentary book Rogue Leaders: The Story of LucasArts is the only source to confirm details about the project.

LucasArts developer Brett Douville commented in 2014 that the game was one of two competing designs for the sequel, along with Star Wars: Rebel Commando, which was to follow up on Sev's story. The team had been unsure of getting to make a sequel, as sales projections for Star Wars: Republic Commando had been low.

Although there is a whole Star Wars: Republic Commando multimedia series, Star Wars: Imperial Commando was not confirmed to be a continuation of the story of Delta Squad.






Hughes Training / LucasArts




Planned video game


Rebel and Imperial forces on the rocky, volcanic planet Vernost, battle for control of a natural fluid that works fuel-efficiency wonders for starships and medical cures on humans.  X-wings fight TIE Fighters and Interceptors through the dangerous canyons, as Rebel task ships assist them. Ultimately, the Rebels are victorious, and retrieve the special juice.




Ewok Adventure for Atari 2600


Larry Gelberg


Parker Brothers


Cancelled game for the Atari 2600 console featured in the 1983 Parker Brothers catalog.


Gameplay is similar to Activison's Sky Jinks and involves controlling an ewok as he glides over the forest moon of Endor. Players can also control AT-STs and speederbikes. At certain times during the game, the ultimate goal is the destruction of the shield generator that controls the force field around the Death Star.


Parker Brothers 1983 catalog
AtariAge: Star Wars: Ewok Adventure Star Wars: Ewok Adventure
Ewok Adventure Prototype Found! - by Dan Skelton 
AtariAge: Ewok Adventure Prototype Found! - by Dan Skelton 




The Saga of Atha Prime


Kenner Toys


Kenner Toys


Proposed storyline for an Expanded Universe Kenner action figure line


A new villain emerges to threaten the stability of the infant New Republic, Atha Prime.  Atha Prime - genetics master, ruler of the dark worlds,  and architect of the Clone Wars who, exiled in a remote part of the galaxy by Emperor Palpatine decades ago, has long since been freed by his death.  Prime harnesses the power of cloning technology and builds an army of evil Clone Warriors, intended to replace stormtroopers as regular infantrymen.  Armed with his personal ship, the ‘Apex Invader’ - which incorporated into his larger flagship, the double decker Star Destroyer ‘Annihilator’ - and his army of combat clones, decimate Rebel outposts in their attempt to crush the Alliance forever.  Luke Skywalker, further developing his skills, constructs a second lightsaber, with a red blade, and also purchases a HP-38 landspeeder.  The New Republic is caught off - guard by this, and barely has time to modify ships to fight Prime.  As he moves to attack Tatooine, the New Republic quickly puts into production the new land - based Desert Speeder.  Snowspeeders are reconfigured for combat on desert worlds, and the X-wing is modified for a tandem design to become more efficient: pilot and gunner duties became separate.  The Millennium Falcon is equipped with a landing pod.  And a new ground vehicle is made-the Rebel SRV-1 (Scout and Retrieval Vehicle), designed as a troop carrier that deployed and retrieved personnel from a combat zone, and could carry a damaged X-wing or snowspeeder from the battleground.  Han Solo and Luke fight with the New Republic at Tatooine, Luke's being more personal, and become allies with the Mongo Beefhead Tribesmen: nearly extinct, unusual native humanoids with red skin and flat, tentacled heads.  With their help, Luke, Han, and the Rebels gain an upper hand in the battles on Tatooine.  Ultimately, Atha Prime and his forces are defeated by the growing, maturing New Republic.

From Kenner's 1985-1986 Line Extension Presentation Binder:
"A powerful force long kept in exile in a remote fringe of the galaxy has been released by the death of the Emperor.  It moves now, like a plague, securing control over the shattered remnants of the empire and re-enslaveing newly freed worlds.  Atha Prime, genetics master, ruler of the dark worlds and architect of the Clone Wars, is free again.  His advanced army of combat clones has already decimated rebel outposts along the galactic frontier.  His goal is to crush forever the Rebel Alliance and control the Galaxy." 


Steve Sansweet, "Tales of Phantom Toys", Star Wars Galaxy Magazine #2
Kenner's 1985-1986 Line Extension Presentation
Shades of Blue and Red ( Feature)


Atha Prime Concept Art
A Look Inside Kenner's Star Wars Plans for 1985 & 1986


Note: Any unpublished or out-of-print Star Wars story will be taken down if/when officially released/reprinted

Supernatural Encounters

& Cult Encounters


Tom Veitch's unpublished, previously lost bridge story between Dark Empires I and II

Heart of the Jedi 

Kenneth Flint's unpublished, previously lost Bantam novel

Abel G. Peña's Skyewalkers

Initially intended for Hyperspace, this novel and short story are available exclusively here

Escape from Kalist

The complete story by John Morton ("Dak Ralter" in TESB)

Star Wars RPG Magazines

Dynamic (growing) list of digital Star Wars RPG magazines

Battle for Theed

Rare three-page promotional comic by Michael Stackpole


Star Wars Mythos

Sideshow Collectibles cancelled in-universe EU back-stories

Star Wars Missions books

The complete twenty book series from the OOP Scholastic series from 1997-1999

Episode I Adventures

The complete 15 book series from OOP Scholastic series from 1999-2000

The Dread Pirate Xim & The Treasure of Darth Hevel


The follow-up to the Godform Assumption of StarCrow the Wise

Droids ReAnimated: Parts 1 & 2



Commentaries by Rich Handley & Abel Pena

Adventures in Hyperspace #3



The unpublished third book in Ryder Windham's Han Solo series

(with an outline of the 4th)

Star Wars Junior Books

The complete twelve book series from the OOP Scholastic series from 1999-2000

Dig Magazine

Rare archaeology magazine containing "The Lost City of Tatooine"

Complete four issues of the Coruscant Holo Net from the UK and US Clone Wars Magazines

Death Troopers Rare Bonus Content



Recovered Messages from the Imperial Prison Barge Purge


Stormtrooper TK-329 Tweets


The Clone Wars Titan Magazine


Vol 6


Star Wars Magazine


Vol 7


The hard-to-find Clone Wars, Rebels, and Star Wars magazine comics

The Godform Assumption of StarCrow the Wise

Michael Brennan's tale of ancient evil told in the style of Milton

Interviews with Star Wars EU Authors

Clone Wars: Way of the Warrior



OOP personalized Penguin books

Translated Spanish Droids & Ewoks Comics



For the history of this series, go here


Translated Droids & Ewoks Storybooks




For a history of the Plaza Joven series, go here

Escape from Auren



Droids 1988 Video-Game Prologue

Online articles from 2004–2012 removed from the official website's Hyperspace, and Star Wars Blog.

Rookies: Rendezvous

Rookies: No Turning Back

Removed webstrips that take place between Episodes IV and V

The unpublished Adventure Journal #16

The unpublished Adventure Journal #17

The unpublished Adventure Journal #18



Fate of the Jedi: Imprint


A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale


Clone Wars Webcomics Seasons 1-3




Removed webstrips that take place during TCW

Evasive Action series



Removed webstrips that take place in the weeks leading up to Revenge of the Sith. Includes:


Reversal of Fortune



End Game


Hungarian Han Solo Books



English translations coming soon!



Sourcebooks, supplements & RPG Adventures


Lost Prelude to Rebellion webcomic

More to come!