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Since Marvel started publishing Star Wars comics again, two writers have consistently been writing great material. Jason Aaron and Kieron Gillen. Aaron mostly focused on the main Star Wars series, which took place in the aftermath of A New Hope. … Continue reading
I picked up three comics this week, so I’m skipping the first impressions post and going straight to the reviews. Also, each comic is a different price. That doesn’t happen very often when I pick up more than two comics. … Continue reading
My comic posts were delayed today because I had a job interview this morning, so let’s skip the intro and get straight to it. The comics I picked up this week include Generations: Captain Marvel and Captain Mar-Vell, Hulk 10, … Continue reading
I can’t think of a big intro for this comic, so let’s start off with the basic plot himself. Han Solo is smuggling a hutt.
Spawning out of Kieron Gillen’s Darth Vader series, Doctor Aphra stars a morally questionable archeologist set during the Civil War era in the Star Wars Universe. In a lot of ways this series feels like Indiana Jones in a Science-Fiction … Continue reading
Last year, I re-read a Star Wars books that I haven’t touched since high school, X-Wing: Rogue Squadron. The book is the first in a series that takes place in the aftermath of Return of the Jedi, in the continuity … Continue reading