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Fernando Heinz Furukawa
January 1, 2010 (volume 1)
Ghost Academy serves as a sequel to StarCraft: Ghost: Nova, and coincides with chapters 18 and 19, just prior to Nova's first mission. The graphic novel series was followed by StarCraft: Ghost: Spectres, a print novel.
|Nova Terra||Kath Toom||Gabriel Tosh||Lio Travski|
|Sarco Angelini||Kevin Bick||Aal Cistler||Delta Emblock||Hartley|
|Lagdamen||Dylanna Okyl||Colin Phash||Corbin Phash|
- Morgan Calabas
- Leonid Celsus (ghostmaster general)
- Georg Darabont
- Andie Dessai
- Dr. Gauthier
- Kam Hantra
- E.B. James
- Dori Koogler
- Bess Kusinis
- Rockham Kusinis
- Winlaleah Martine
- Arcturus Mengsk
- Obi Minaya
- Dr. Neall
- Antonia Tygore
|Volume 1||Volume 2||Volume 3|
Ghost Academy was planned to have three more volumes, but Tokyopop shut down before this could happen. Nonetheless, Blizzard's creative team plotted out where the three volumes would have gone and provided them to Nate Kenyon—author of StarCraft: Ghost: Spectres, so the novel would remain consistant with the plotted canon. Micky Neilson would nonetheless like to give Ghost Academy "lost chapters" treatment.
- StarCraft: Ghost Academy. Tokyopop. Accessed 2009-12-04.
- Medievaldragon. 2009-12-06. Starcraft: Ghost Academy Vol. 1- Preview. StarCraft Wire. Accessed 2009-12-06.
- DeCandido, Keith R. A. 2009-06-07. Ghost Academy progress and artwork! KRAD's Inaccurate Guide to Life: ramblings from a mad fedora'd writer Accessed 2009-06-07.
- StarCraft: Ghost Academy Volume 1 (Paperback). Amazon.com Accessed 2008-10-13.