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Topic - Brian Wood
The heroic escapades of the Rebel Alliance and its guerrilla war against the mighty Empire again come to light in the latest Star Wars monthly comic-book series.
There's excitement brewing for fans of the original "Star Wars" trilogy.
DC Entertainment says its executive editor and senior vice president of Vertigo _ a groundbreaking imprint whose titles have included "Hellblazer," "DMZ" and "Sandman" _ is leaving early next year.
Wood said the challenge for the series is keeping track of all the story possibilities, given the established mythology of the "Star Wars" universe and the sheer number of characters.
"It's writing the story knowing what the audience knows but what the characters don't. Obviously, Luke and Leia don't know they're related _ I can't ignore that," Wood said.