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Old 06-01-2011, 01:38 PM
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Default The lost Indiana Jones-Star Wars crossover was really depressing

In 2004, Dark Horse Comics published "Into The Great Unknown," a 10-page story that marked the first Lucas-approved (if non-canonical) meeting of Han Solo and Indiana Jones. It was also a massive bummer!

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So that could make Chewbacca, Bigfoot?

Anyone know the lifespan of a wookie?

I missed that series.
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So that could make Chewbacca, Bigfoot?.
Hmm… interesting
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