Tag: Jason Aaron

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #28

Star Wars #28

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“Yoda’s Secret War,” continues in Star Wars issue #28, where his tale begins to ‘forcefully’ intertwine across time, we get to see more clearly into a different side of the great Jedi Master, and the mysteries in his adventure at least get a little more interesting. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #28”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #26

Star Wars #26

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Begun, in Star Wars #26, “Yoda’s Secret War” has. Jason Aaron is joined by one of my favorite artist pairs, Salvador Larroca and Edgar Delgado (Darth Vader), for an adventure from Yoda’s past, as read by Luke from the Journal’s of Old Ben Kenobi. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #26”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #25

Star Wars #25

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With Star Wars issue #25, “The Last Flight of the Harbinger”  comes to an end, and even if it’s a snappy, action-packed issue, it’s not enough to save this arc from being one of the series’ first disappointing ones. However I did find something else to enjoy about this issue: there’s a bonus one-shot story made in honor of Kenny Baker, the actor who brought R2-D2 to life for so many years. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #25”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #24

Star Wars #24

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Star Wars #24 is largely a return to form after the previous uneven issue, as SCAR squad comes out of the shadows and everything turns to (entertaining) bantha poodoo in an instant. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #24”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #23

Star Wars #23

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Star Wars #23 provides some welcomed context to the rebel’s mission of stealing a Star Destroyer, Han and Leia’s flirting annoys everyone on the massive ship, and the SCAR troopers finally join the fray. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #23”

Yoda-Centric Star Wars Comic Arc Announced, New On-Going Series Teased (UPDATED)

Yoda arc and new on-going teasedIn my review of the last “Journals of Old Ben Kenobi,” the one-off tales that split up new arcs for the Star Wars mainline comic series, I wrote that it had, “a sense of finality” to it and I’d be okay if they didn’t return to his time on Tatooine (though I’d gladly take more). Technically they will be returning, but instead of a tale of Obi-Wan’s deeds it’ll be of Yoda’s deeds. And not only is it a full arc instead of a one-off, it’ll be drawn by Salvador Larroca, the genius artist behind the Darth Vader series. Can this just come out now, please?!? Also, it looks like those curious to see what new on-going will replace the DV series might have their first clues as what to expect (*cough*Aprha*cough*). More details below! Continue reading “Yoda-Centric Star Wars Comic Arc Announced, New On-Going Series Teased (UPDATED)”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #22

Star Wars #22

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After the Star Wars series took an issue to introduce a new, deadly squad of stormtroopers, issue #22 begins “The Last Flight of the Harbinger” arc proper with the Rebellion attempting to steal a Star Destroyer. While not the best this series has ever offered, it does at least end on some tantalizing promises for where this arc can go. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #22”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #21

Star Wars #21

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Before the mainline Star Wars‘ next arc, “The Last Flight of the Harbringer,” truly takes off, issue #21 spends some quality time introducing readers to a unique batch of stormtroopers known as SCAR (Special Commando Advanced Recon) troopers who’ll be causing our heroes grief soon enough. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #21”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #20

Star Wars #20

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Another break between story arcs for the Star Wars series, another entry in the “Journals of Old Ben Kenobi.” Star Wars #20 is the best of the journal entries to date and it ends with a fulfilling sense of finality to Obi-Wan’s tales on Tatooine. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #20”