Fernando Heinz Furukawa
January 1, 2010 (volume 1)
August 10, 2010 (volume 2)
March 8, 2011 (volume 3)  StarCraft: Ghost Academy is a graphic novel series written by Keith R. A. DeCandido and  David Gerrold starring  Nova.
The artist is
Fernando Heinz Furukawa.
Ghost Academy: Volume 1 was previewed in StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 4.
 Ghost Academy serves as a sequel to , and coincides with chapters 18 and 19, StarCraft: Ghost: Nova just prior to  Nova's first mission. The graphic novel series was followed by  , a print novel. StarCraft: Ghost: Spectres
It also ties-in with
and StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3 stories featuring Volume 4 Colin Phash.
The storyline focuses on
Ghost Academy teens, struggling with both everyday problems and the challenges of becoming a ghost.
The plot of
Ghost Academy was not restricted by the storyline of , and was instead influenced more by the storyline of StarCraft: Ghost StarCraft II.
 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 , so the novel would remain consistent with the plotted StarCraft: Ghost: Spectres canon. Micky Neilson would nonetheless like to give Ghost Academy "lost chapters" treatment.
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.
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↑ Michael Paolili,
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