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When he and Chewbacca are cornered by Imperials, Han Solo resorts to an improvised plan—with the most dangerous results imaginable! Meanwhile, half a galaxy away, Princess Leia and Wedge Antilles prepare for certain death, unaware that Luke Skywalker has an improvisation of his own. And Darth Vader is watching . . .

Sketch variant by Alex Ross!

“It all just feels like Star Wars, and for a franchise that has been around for over 30 years, D’Anda somehow finds a way to inject new life into it.”—Complex

issue #1 and #2 were instant sellouts!

Writer: Brian Wood
Artist: Carlos D'Anda
Colorist: Gabe Eltaeb
Cover Artist: Rodolfo Migliari

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.3%


Thursday06/14/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. My last issue I’m afraid. Hasn’t been a bad series at all but it’s made me realise that I’m really not that big a Star Wars fan. Not big enough to care about these characters in a comic book anyway.

  2. On the other side, I’m really enjoying this comic! Would love to actually see a Wedge-centric issue though

    And the covers are still atrocious

  3. I read the first 5 issues again ,but this time in one sitting, this weekend and really enjoyed it.I’ve enjoyed these all indivdually, but all together they read much better . I would say I’ll wait for the trade but I hate waiting.Besides…its finally a book with the original characters and its being done really well. I’m not going anywhere.

  4. I still haven’t read the previous 2 issues but I keep picking this up. I need to resolve that…

  5. I hate to say it but this book is not up to Brain Wood’s usual quality. I think he’s writing too many books. Frankly its not up to Dark Horse Star Wars comics usual quality. It not bad… it just seems to drag, and high expectations dont help this series either.
    Also unfortunately…. to me this series was deflated as soon as Disney bought the franchise and i realized i could see some of these characters on the silver screen again.

  6. I with those finishing the arc and then dropping. I think Star Wars Legacy is sparking my interest enough for this world. And I’ll scratch my Brian Wood itch with X-Men for now.

  7. Did my digital comic not come with the Han Solo part of the book? Based on the issue summary text, I thought we were going to get more than a few panels of Han and Chewie…..

  8. Dug this quite a bit. The thing I loved about this the most was hearing Alec Guinness and James Earl Jones in my head as their characters spoke. I thought Wood nailed the Kenobi beat. I also liked the first arc wrap up pages and I’m looking forward to the next six issue and a new artist!

  9. I’m enjoying this but would like less piloting and more exploration of planets, species, etc. and more “on the ground” story. The X-Wing stuff is just too much technical talk.

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