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StarCraft: Ghost Academy is a graphic novel series written by Keith R. A. DeCandido[4] and David Gerrold[5] starring Nova.[4]

The artist is Fernando Heinz Furukawa.[1]

Ghost Academy: Volume 1 was previewed in StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 4.[6]


Ghost Academy serves as a sequel to StarCraft: Ghost: Nova, and coincides with chapters 18 and 19,[7] just prior to Nova's first mission.[4] The graphic novel series was followed by StarCraft: Ghost: Spectres, a print novel.[7]

It also ties-in with StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3 and Volume 4 stories featuring Colin Phash.[8]

The storyline focuses on Ghost Academy teens, struggling with both everyday problems and the challenges of becoming a ghost.[9]

The plot of Ghost Academy was not restricted by the storyline of StarCraft: Ghost, and was instead influenced more by the storyline of StarCraft II.[10]


Main Characters[]

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Nova Terra Kath Toom Gabriel Tosh Lio Travski

Supporting Characters[]

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Sarco Angelini Kevin Bick Aal Cistler Delta Emblock Hartley
Lagdamen SC-GA1 Head1.jpg DylannaOkyl SC-GA2 Head1.JPEG ColinPhash WeaponOfWar Comic1.jpg CorbinPhash SC-GA1 Head1.jpg
Lagdamen Dylanna Okyl Colin Phash Corbin Phash

Minor Characters[]

Mentioned Only[]


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Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3

Canceled Installments[]

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 consistent with the plotted canon. Micky Neilson would nonetheless like to give Ghost Academy "lost chapters" treatment.[11]

It is known that Volume 4 would have revealed that Arcturus Mengsk had sent the drop pod to Shi in an effort to eliminate the Old Family heirs.[12]




  1. 1.0 1.1 Michael Paolilli, Medievaldragon. 2009-05-23. BlizzCon 2009 - Tokyopop Booth Invitation. Blizzplanet. Accessed 2009-05-23.
  2. Tory Lewter, Lesley Smith. 2008-10-08. Through the Eyes of a Journalist: Article Extend: Troy Lewter (Interview). Blogspot (Lesley Smith blog) Accessed 2009-01-06.
  3. StarCraft: Ghost Academy (volume 3). Tokyopop. Accessed 2011-02-17.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 2008-04-21. Medievaldragon. New York Comic Con 2008 - Tokyopop Starcraft: Frontline, Starcraft: Ghost Academy, Warcraft Legends & Warcraft: Dragons of Outla. Blizzplanet. Accessed 2008-04-22
  5. July 27th Set As Release Date for StarCraft II!. Tokyopop, accessed on 2010-05-14
  6. Donovan, Hope, ed StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 4 (paperback binding). Tokyopop, October 13, 2009. ISBN 978-1427-81698-6.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Medievaldragon. 2008-05-10. Starcraft Ghost: Nova Pocket Book Sequel. Blizzplanet. Accessed 2008-05-10.
  8. Michael Paolili, StarCraft: Frontline Vol. 3 Reporting for Duty!. Tokyopop. Accessed on 2009-06-28
  9. 2009-05-23, StarCraft Ghost: Academy - Characters Design Preview. Blizzplanet. Accessed on 2009-05-23
  10. DeCandido, Keith R. A. and Jens Deffner. 2010-01-20. Keith R.A. DeCandido. Unreality-SF. Accessed 2010-01-22.
  11. 2011-06-22, Q&A With Blizzard's Manga Team. Cryptazoic, accessed on 2011-07-13
  12. 2011-09-29, Blizzplanet Review: StarCraft: Ghost — Spectres. Blizzplanet, accessed on 2011-10-02