History ComicBook / AgentOfTheEmpire

10th Apr '17 6:06:47 PM CommanderVisor
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The first series, ''Iron Eclipse'' has him deal with the architect of the Stark-Hyperspace War, and his long overdue karmic payback. A sequel series, ''Star Wars: Agent of the Empire: Hard Target'', takes place on Alderaan and deals with Jahan Cross following up on the legacy of Count Dooku's noble house as well as corruption in the Imperial government.

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The first series, ''Iron Eclipse'' has him deal with the architect of the Stark-Hyperspace War, and his long overdue karmic payback. A sequel series, ''Star Wars: Agent of the Empire: Hard ''Hard Target'', takes place on Alderaan and deals with Jahan Cross following up on the legacy of Count Dooku's noble house as well as corruption in the Imperial government.
10th Apr '17 5:34:14 PM CommanderVisor
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* DaChief: You might have missed it, but Jahan's "M" is Armand Isard, presumably a relation of Ysanne Isard (a major villain in the ''X-Wing'' novel series). True to form, he has to continually warm Cross to keep casualties to a minimum.

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* DaChief: You might have missed it, but Jahan's "M" is Imperial Intelligence Director Armand Isard, presumably a relation the father of Ysanne Isard (a major villain in the ''X-Wing'' novel series). True to form, he has to continually warm Cross to keep casualties to a minimum.



* GenericDoomsdayVillain: [[spoiler: Iaco Stark becomes one of these after cybernetics have warped his mind.]]

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* GenericDoomsdayVillain: [[spoiler: Iaco [[spoiler:Iaco Stark becomes one of these after cybernetics have warped his mind.]]
10th Apr '17 5:32:09 PM CommanderVisor
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''Star Wars: Agent of the Empire'' is a comic book series from Dark Horse Comics written by John Ostrander. Set between 3 BBY and 0 BBY, the miniseries will follow the Imperial Intelligence agent Jahan Cross and his droid IN-GA 44 whose undercover assignments for the Empire take them across the galaxy to exotic locales, filled with danger and intrigue.

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''Star Wars: Agent ''Agent of the Empire'' is a Franchise/StarWars ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Legends]]'' comic book series from Dark Horse Comics written by John Ostrander. Set between 3 BBY and 0 BBY, the miniseries will follow the Imperial Intelligence agent Jahan Cross and his droid IN-GA 44 whose undercover assignments for the Empire take them across the galaxy to exotic locales, filled with danger and intrigue.
10th Apr '17 5:31:22 PM CommanderVisor
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This comic series contains the following:

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This !!This comic series contains the following:
8th Apr '17 6:19:10 AM xcountryguy
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* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: Averted, surprisingly. IN-GA is supposed to be a sexy human replica robot but Jahan Stark doesn't like droids which look that way.

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* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Averted, surprisingly. IN-GA is supposed to be a sexy human replica robot but Jahan Stark doesn't like droids which look that way.
16th Mar '17 3:15:25 PM MadAnthony94
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* AntiVillain: Jahan works for the Empire because he believes in what it stands for, and he has good reason to. It's worth noting that he doesn't share most Imperials' FantasticRacism (his relationship with Alessi is rather easygoing, and he seems unimpressed with when a coworker calls him a "slithering wermo").



* DaChief: You might have missed it, but Jahan's "M" is Armand Isard, presumably a relation of Ysanne Isard (a major villain in the ''X-Wing'' novel series).

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* DaChief: You might have missed it, but Jahan's "M" is Armand Isard, presumably a relation of Ysanne Isard (a major villain in the ''X-Wing'' novel series). True to form, he has to continually warm Cross to keep casualties to a minimum.
16th Mar '17 3:06:27 PM MadAnthony94
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* DaChief: You might have missed it, but Jahan's "M" is Armand Isard, presumably a relation of Ysanne Isard (a major villain in the ''X-Wing'' novel series).
7th Dec '16 9:09:06 PM CommanderVisor
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* OneDegreeOfSeparation: Jahan is friends with the Organa family and a former Imperial classmate of Han Solo.



23rd Dec '15 8:06:42 PM CharlesPhipps
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** Doubles as a MissedASpotCheck given Jahan Cross should pick up on the fact Bail Organa is the biggest threat to the Empire there is.

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** Doubles as a MissedASpotCheck FailedASpotCheck given Jahan Cross should pick up on the fact Bail Organa is the biggest threat to the Empire there is.
23rd Dec '15 8:06:12 PM CharlesPhipps
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''Star Wars: Agent of the Empire'' is a comic book series from Dark Horse Comics written by John Ostrander. Set between 3 BBY and 0 BBY, the miniseries will follow the Imperial Intelligence agent Jahan Cross and his droid IN-GA 44 whose undercover assignments for the Empire take them across the galaxy to exotic locales, filled with danger and intrigue. The first issue was released in December 2011. Part of the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse.

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[[caption-width-right:300: "The names Cross, Jahan Cross."]]

''Star Wars: Agent of the Empire'' is a comic book series from Dark Horse Comics written by John Ostrander. Set between 3 BBY and 0 BBY, the miniseries will follow the Imperial Intelligence agent Jahan Cross and his droid IN-GA 44 whose undercover assignments for the Empire take them across the galaxy to exotic locales, filled with danger and intrigue.

The first issue was released in December 2011. Part series, ''Iron Eclipse'' has him deal with the architect of the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse.
Stark-Hyperspace War, and his long overdue karmic payback. A sequel series, ''Star Wars: Agent of the Empire: Hard Target'', takes place on Alderaan and deals with Jahan Cross following up on the legacy of Count Dooku's noble house as well as corruption in the Imperial government.



** Admittedly, they were stepmother and daughter.
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Iaco Stark]]

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** Admittedly, they were stepmother and daughter.
daughter so he's still pushing it.
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Iaco Stark]]Stark is the mastermind of his own ''murder.']]
** The second series has its villain revealed to be [[spoiler: the Empire itself.]]



** The Stark-Hyperspace War didn't really need to be followed up on but they decided to do so anyway.



* GenericDoomsdayVillain: [[spoiler: Iaco Stark becomes one.]]

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* GenericDoomsdayVillain: [[spoiler: Iaco Stark becomes one.one of these after cybernetics have warped his mind.]]



* MyCountryRightOrWrong: Jahan has shades of this but it's a much less prevalent attitude than with other Imperials. He's happy doing dirty work for the Empire but actually wants it to be for the Empire versus the corrupt elite which rules it.
* NotQuiteTheRightThing: Jahan Cross stashes the heir to the Dooku family on Alderaan.
* OddFriendship: Jahan Cross is a loyalist Imperial spy and is, apparently, close friends with Bail Organa.
** Doubles as a MissedASpotCheck given Jahan Cross should pick up on the fact Bail Organa is the biggest threat to the Empire there is.



* WouldNotHurtAChild: Jahan Cross' one line. He's perfectly willing to kill anyone else who stands in his way.

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* WouldNotHurtAChild: Jahan Cross' one line. He's perfectly willing to kill anyone else who stands in his way.way.

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