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StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 1
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Author(s)

Josh Elder, Richard A. Knaak, Paul Benjamin, Dave Shramek, and Simon Furman

Editor(s)

Paul Morrissey

Cover artist(s)

UDON with Joe Vriens and Saejin Oh

Interior artist(s)

Ramanda Kamarga, Naohiro Washio, Hector Sevilla and Jesse Elliott (story artists).

Pages

192 (paperback), 172 (library binding)

Publisher

Tokyopop

Published

August 1st, 2008 (paperback), October 4th, 2008 (library binding)

Format

Mini Trade Paperback

ISBN 10

ISBN 1427-80721-3 (paperback), ISBN 1439-55803-5 (library binding)

ISBN 13

ISBN 978-1427-80721-2 (paperback), ISBN 978-1439-55803-4 (library binding)

Series
Why We Fight
Thundergod
Weapon of War
Heavy Armor, Part 1

StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 1 is the first graphic novel in the three-part StarCraft: Frontline series.

The Journey, a story in Warcraft: Legends, Volume 1, was previewed in Frontline: Volume 1.

Cryptozoic now sells the graphic novel electronically through the Cryptozoic Comics App.[1]

SynopsisEdit

The world of StarCraft comes alive in this new anthology! In a story by Richard Knaak, a Thor driver's ego leads him and two partners to try to pull off a heist in the middle of a war zone. A Viking pilot must battle his mentor for the lives of an entire colony, and a Terran mining colony is overrun by the Zerg, but what should the marines and miners who remain do with the cause of this invasion… a psionic six-year-old child.

StoriesEdit

StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 1 includes four stories.

ExcerptEdit

Tokyopop staff. StarCraft: Frontline (excerpts). Tokyopop. Accessed 2008-09-15.

NotesEdit

StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 1 achieved a #57 sales rank in August 2008.[2]

It won the Chronic Rift Roundtable best manga Award for 2008.[3]

ReferencesEdit

Morrissey, Paul, ed. StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 1. Tokyopop, August 1, 2008. ISBN 978-1427-80721-2.

  1. Blizzard Entertainment. 2011-07-18. Loremaster: July’s Digital Manga Releases. Blizzard Entertainment. Accessed 2011-07-19.
  2. August 2008 Comic Book Sales Figures: Estimated Comics Sold to North American Comics Shops as Reported by Diamond Comic Distributors The Comics Chronicle. Accessed 2008-11-02.
  3. Donovan, Hope and Troy Lewter, ed. StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3 (paperback binding). Tokyopop, July 14, 2009. ISBN 978-1427-80832-5.
The next article in this series is StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 2.


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