Tag Archives: the resistance
The seventh issue of this series flashed back further than the main storyline, and introduced a freelance journalist Suralinda Javos. Suralinda at first wanted to expose The Resistance for her own fame, but eventually decided that the galaxy needed the … Continue reading
There’s a strong possibility that my comic reviews will be late next week, which I’m sure I’ll mention again before next Wednesday. I’ve mentioned a couple times before that I’ve really gotten into competitive swimming since Rio. The Aquatic World … Continue reading
For the most part, Star Wars Poe Dameron has mostly been running with shorter story arcs, 2 or 3 issues long at the most. After Poe discovered there’s a traitor within his squadron, he kicked off a longer story arc … Continue reading
In the previous issue of Poe Dameron, Poe figured out who kept leaking information about his squad to the First Order. Of course he realized it a bit too late as he fell under attack by Agent Terex. Terex himself … Continue reading
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