A long time ago, in a galaxy not far away, Dark Horse Comics was the sole publisher of Star Wars comics. Then Disney purchased everything Star Wars related from LucasFilm for a tidy $4.05 billion.
This started the clock ticking for Dark Horse and their run on publishing comics in the Star Wars universe. Disney, the new owners of everything Star Wars, also owns Marvel Comics. Everyone assumed that Marvel would get the Star Wars property and as it turned out, everyone was right.
That almost never happens.
The final Star Wars release from Dark Horse will be a fancy hardcover gallery edition of Star Wars: Dark Times #1–#5. It features original artwork from Douglas Wheatley, as well as scripts written by Randy Stradley. The book will come out on November 18, 2014 and it has a suggested retail price of $99.99. Like most things, it can be had for much cheaper on Amazon.
On a personal note, I like the title, A Path to Nowhere. I can so relate. If I were to write a story based on my last three months at work, I think this is what I would call it.