Tag: Lando (comic)

Canon Comic Review: Lando #5

Lando #5

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It’s all been leading up to this: trapped on Palpatine’s ship, former allies now enemies, and all his friends in danger, how could Lando—and Lobot—survive to see the pleasant lights of Cloud City? The answer, befitting of the excellent series so far, is all sorts of bittersweet and tragic…in the best way possible for readers, with Lando #5 cementing the series as another must-read from Marvel’s additions to the new canon. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Lando #5”

Canon Comic Review: Lando #4

Lando #4

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Somehow, issue after issue, things continuously look worse and worse for Lando Calrissian and his crew aboard the Imperialis. If I didn’t know he was going to be in a movie that takes place later in the timeline, I for one wouldn’t think he’d find a way out of this situation. And while he will, it might cost those around him more than it’ll cost him, at least physically, but psychologically? That’s a different matter. Lando #4 puts this strong series into position for a finale you won’t want to miss. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Lando #4”

Canon Comic Review: Lando #3

Lando #3

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Lando and crew find themselves in even more trouble than originally imagined, with Lobot’s life hanging in the balance and deadly Imperial Guards on the loose. How will Lando find a way out of this mess? Find out in Lando issue #3, where the deal keeps getting worse all the time for Lando…and better for us readers. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Lando #3”

Canon Comic Review: Lando #2

Lando #2

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Lando, Lobot, and his various crew learn that whomever owned the ship they just stole, it’s someone important because the Empire responds both swiftly and in big numbers. And somehow, things only get crazier from there in Lando issue #2. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Lando #2”

Canon Comic Review: Lando #1

Marvel's Lando #1 Review

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Lando Calrissian, the smoothest smuggler and entrepreneur in the galaxy, certainly sounds like a good choice to star in a comic series, especially since glimpses at his past (whether they are Legends or canon) have proved he’s an entertaining character. He might have gotten pigeonholed and sidelined in the later years of Legends novels, but he’s had a resurgence of late thanks to his appearance on Star Wars Rebels. Does Lando #1 continue the trend of giving Calrissian more of the spotlight he deserves? Thanks to a great art style, well-written characters, and a truly surprising twist, I would certainly say it does. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Lando #1”