Reading the complete run of Marvel's Star Wars series, I note with some puzzlement that it contains no Return Of The Jedi adaptation. The events of both A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back are faithfully chronicled but ROTJ is skipped despite the comic having printed at the time and after that film. Events in ROTJ are referred to and suddenly slotted into the comic's continuity, they're just never shown in the comic. Which annoys me as I was quite looking forward to seeing Jabba and the sand pit and the ewoks and all that. So what happened?
Did Marvel not have the rights to that film? Then how come they could refer to its characters and events? I know Marvel lost its SW franchise voluntarily (they canceled the comic due to flagging sales at #107 and then later sold it off to Dark Horse) so I doubt this is some case of LEC taking it away from them but I could be wrong... It could be they just chose not to do it, but why? It would've been an obvious tie-in and sales booster to revivify the series' market presence.