Star Wars comic book covers for Pride Month 2022

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Check out the variant covers that will adorn Marvel’s star wars comics from June.

Lucasfilm and Marvel are teaming up to celebrate Pride Month, a time dedicated to uplifting, honoring and supporting the impact of the LGBTQIA+ community around the world. StarWars.com is excited to present the upcoming Pride Month 2022 variant covers star wars comics from June; andhe cover was created by LGBTQIA+ artists and showcases LGBTQIA+ characters from the star wars galaxy, with a commercial dress with a rainbow burst and a classic star wars logo with a rainbow trail. Check out all of the covers below along with comments from multiple artists!

Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #24, featuring T’onga and Losha (on sale June 15)

Artist: Jan Bazaldua

Star Wars: Obi-Wan 2, starring Kho Phon Farrus

Star Wars: Obi-Wan #2, featuring Kho Phon Farrus (on sale June 22)

Artist: Derek Charm

“I’m really happy to be a part of this, especially when I found out I’ll be drawing Kho Phon Farrus. I always gravitate toward the baddest characters and this one has such a great design. It is worth emphasizing that by its very nature, the star wars The universe is an infinitely inclusive and diverse place. —Derek Charm

Star Wars: Darth Vader 24, with Sabé, Saché and Yané

Star Wars: Darth Vader #24, featuring Sabé, Saché & Yané (on sale June 22)

Artist: Kei Zama

“I am thrilled to celebrate Pride Month with star wars! For real, I’m definitely a big fan of the prequel trilogy; I have such a particular fondness for Episodes I-III, so drawing characters from The Phantom Menace because this cover has been a very cool experience. Kei Zama

Star Wars: The Mandalorian 1, starring Vi Moradi

Star Wars: The Mandalorian #1, featuring Vi Moradi (on sale July 6)

Artist: Phil Jiménez

star wars and Marvel are about as culturally relevant as it gets, and seeing the support they’re giving to the LGBTQIA+ community during Pride Month is something special. I didn’t know much about Vi Moradi before I started researching her for this piece – and I hope now even more people will recognize her and the important role she plays in the star wars universe!” —Phil Jimenez

Star Wars #25 variant cover featuring Larma D'Acy and Wrobie Tyce

star wars #25, with Larma D’Acy & Wrobie Tyce (on sale July 20)

Artist: JJ Kirby

Star Wars: Han Solo and Chewbacca 4, with Lula Talisola and Zeen Mrala

Han Solo and Chewbacca #4, featuring Lula Talisola and Zeen Mrala (on sale July 20)

Artist: Javier Garron

“For me, it’s one of the greatest honors and pleasures to showcase the wonderful diversity of characters in comics. Maybe we get to the stories because it’s sci-fi, or action, or thriller, or whatever, really. But if we stay in it, if these stories stay with us, it’s because of the characters.

“Lula and Zeen have a beautiful story, as epic as any starfighter battle, and I wanted to show it. An intimate, tender and calm moment together. A loving hug watching the stars, their destiny! Because in the grand scheme of things, even on a galactic level, it’s the little human things that really matter. —Javier Garron

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra 22, featuring Doctor Aphra

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #22, featuring Doctor Aphra (on sale July 27)

Artist: Paulina Ganucheau

“Doctor Aphra is always awesome so draw her for pride month and be a part of the star wars the celebration is very special. —Paulina Ganucheau

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