Star Wars comic book covers for Pride Month 2022


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. 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 All star wars, all the time.

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