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Even though I’ve been consistently enjoying this series, it’s been a while since I gave it a proper review. Let’s change that.
On the one hand, Marvel is coming out with way too many event comics lately. Civil War II was lackluster overall, with a story that moved way too slow for its own good, failing to live up to the “Civil … Continue reading
Throughout this series so far, Poe Dameron and squad mates are in a struggle against Agent Terex of the First Order. Up until this point, Terex has been quite the mystery figure. He’s well-respected by certain members of the First … Continue reading
In issue 4, Poe Dameron and his Black Squadron went to a prison to get information out of a hutt. Agent Terex of the First Order also showed up, and the hutt will only give information on Lor San Tekka’s … Continue reading
The Canadian Dollar sucks right now. Comics are a lot more expensive than they were a year ago, while at the same time, I’m getting paid less than I was this time a year ago even though I have the … Continue reading
It’s May the 4th, and later this month will be the 39th anniversary of the original Star Wars’s release. It makes me wonder why Marvel didn’t just release all of this month’s Star Wars comics this week, but I’m ok … Continue reading