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Star Wars - Tag & Bink Series by Kevin Rubio

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Bink Otauna was a human male[1] who served as a lieutenant[2] in the Galactic Empire. Bink Otauna was originally a character appearing in the Star Wars Infinities comic series Star Wars: Tag & Bink, and was created by Kevin Rubio. Toby Hefferman portrayed Bink (alongside Jon Kasdan.


The infamous exploits of this hapless Rebel pair are now collected in one single, attractive, and highly portable volume! Officers Tag Greenley and Bink Otauna were minding their own business aboard a familiar, princess-harboring freighter when they suddenly found themselves under siege. Now under attack by the Empire, they will choose life over a noble death and "borrow" the armor off a pair of deceased storm troopers. Their new disguises might get them off the freighter alive, but they'll also lead Tag and Bink on an adventure neither could have predicted! Log In Sign Up. Prev View Series Next. Add to My Collection.

This article is non-canon within the Star Wars Legends continuity. This article covers a Star Wars Legends subject that was published under the Infinities label or that Lucasfilm otherwise declared non-canon within the Legends continuity.
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The first three comic books cover a single movie in the original trilogy and the fourth covers the entire prequel trilogy. As part of the Infinities brand, all of the stories are explicitly non-canon. The stories themselves are comedic in nature and based in part on Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead - an award winning play that centers around the lives of two minor characters in William Shakespeare's Hamlet. But in the case of Tag and Bink , we follow two hapless rebels in the Star Wars universe, as they cross paths with every major character, in both the original and prequel trilogy. Despite the limited number of issues, Tag and Bink have achieved a cult status in the Star Wars universe. The titular duo have since become Canon Immigrants with their appearance in Solo although their scenes didn't make it into the theatrical release , an unusual case as they were from the Infinities brand, which was explicitly considered non-canon even during the Legends run.

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