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Feb 1, 2024

What is the Genie from Aladdin doing in a Classic Marvel Star Wars comic? And why is it purple? Who is Cody Sunn-Childe? How does this comic relate to the Mortis Arc and World Between Worlds in Star Wars? Richard and Sarah answer all of these questions as they meticulously delve into Issue #46 "Dreadnaught Devourer" OR "The Dreams of Cody Sunn-Childe."


We recommend watching the video version on YouTube which contains the full comic as we page through it.



Classic Marvel Star Wars Comics #46 “DREADNAUGHT DEVOURER"


Release Date: January 20, 1981
Writer: Wally Lombego - AKA J.M. DeMatteis
Artwork: Carmine Infantino, Tom Palmer, Glynis Wein
Cover Art:  Ed Hannigan and Tom Palmer


While Lando Calrissian and Chewbacca are off to rescue Han Solo, the Millennium Falcon encounters problems with a warp engine while in hyperspace which causes the ship to enter another dimension. 


They come upon a mysterious floating domed city, and discover that this city is the psychic creation of Lando’s long lost hero - Cody Sunn-Childe. Years ago, Cody turned his back on his violent and savage past when he discovered his powerful mystical ability and so created his City of Dreams to live with his friends in peace away from the Galactic Civil War. 


Lando rejects Cody's views claiming that there are times that violence is necessary to win a war, and what good is this power and hidden city when there are millions of people on the other side who are dying because of the Empire. 


Meanwhile, the Empire has located the city and Cody has a life-altering decision to make.  


As usual, we take our Facebook Group Comments on the cover into account as we analyze this issue. Become a part of our Facebook Group to contribute!



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