Marvel and Lucasfilm celebrate Pride Month with new Star Wars variant covers

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Seven new Star Wars comic book covers have been unveiled by Marvel and Lucasfilm to celebrate Pride Month. The new batch of variants were created by LGBTQ+ artists to showcase the franchise’s characters who identify as members of the community.

Each cover also features a trade dress with a rainbow burst, as well as the classic Star Wars logo accompanied by a rainbow trail.

The variants will go on sale from 15 June, with the last one being released on 27 July. Derek Charm, the artist behind the Obi-Wan #2 cover, said: “I’m really happy to be a part of this, especially when I found out I’d be drawing Kho Phon Farrus.

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