Tag: One-Shot

Canon Comic Review: Rogue One – Cassian & K-2SO Special #1

Rogue One - Cassian & K-2SO Special

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Ever curious how Cassian ended up with a reprogrammed Imperial droid named K-2SO? Rogue One – Cassian & K-2SO Special #1 answers that very question in a fun and fast-paced manner, but it contains so many kernels of much grander ideas/concepts it ends up feeling like it just scratches the surface of something greater.  Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Rogue One – Cassian & K-2SO Special #1”

Canon Comic Review by Chris: C-3P0 #1 “The Phantom Limb” (One-Shot)

C3PO #1 "The Phantom Limb"

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(This article is written by Chris Wermeskerch and it’s his second post as a contributor for the Manor! Give him your quarter-portions for joining the Star Wars fan-site community over on Twitter: @ChrisWerms)

Marvel’s Star Wars: Journey to The Force Awakens…I mean, Star Wars Special: C-3PO has had a wild ride. One of the earlier one-shots announced for the Marvel line-up of Star Wars comics, this C-3PO issue was promised to come as a part of the lead-up to the premiere of The Force Awakens in theaters. Production delays plagued the issue pushing it from December to March finally to April. The issue is here, so where does it stand? Continue reading “Canon Comic Review by Chris: C-3P0 #1 “The Phantom Limb” (One-Shot)”

Canon Comic Review: C-3PO #1 “The Phantom Limb” (One-Shot)

C3PO #1

– Spoiler Review –

The oft-delayed, and much maligned for it, C-3PO one shot, “The Phantom Limb,” is finally out in comic shops everywhere, defying expectations for it to become the first “Phantom Comic” of Marvel’s run. Originally scheduled to release before The Force Awakens, as part of the “Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens” line, C-3PO reveals the story behind the always nervous droid’s mysterious red arm seen on him (and heard constantly mentioning about) for the majority of the film. Written by James Robinson, with the art handled by Tony Harris, is the issue any good (even if you ignore the delays and expectations)? Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: C-3PO #1 “The Phantom Limb” (One-Shot)”