Tag: Rebel Jail (comic arc)

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #19

Star Wars #19

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Star Wars issue #19 wraps up the “Rebel Jail” arc (which should really be known as the “Ladies Kick Ass in Rebel Jail”) with Leia, Sana, and Aphra proving there should be more stories with just them involved, the mysterious attacker is identified, and there’s a fun little tease of what’s to come in the next arc. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #19”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #18

Star Wars #18

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All aboard the ladies taking charge train! Star Wars #18 gives Leia, Aphra, and Sana a team-up of the ages, as they both fight together and fight against enemies in thoroughly entertaining ways. Plus, the identity of the mysterious attacker has been all but been confirmed and Han and Luke’s unimportant adventures finally come to an end in the “Rebel Jail” penultimate issue. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #18”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #17

Star Wars #17

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Star Wars #17 continues to make the “Rebel Jail” arc all about the women in some of most exciting ways possible, giving Leia, Sana, and Aphra the center stage spotlight they so deserve. Their prominence begs the question about this issue’s only downside: why are we wasting any time or space with Luke and Han on their nerf-herding adventure right now? Also, I’m pretty sure I cracked the case on who the mysterious madman is that has taken over Sunspot Prison. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #17”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #16

Star Wars #16

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Star Wars #16 starts the “Rebel Jail” arc, which brings the series back into ‘present time’, picking up where the crossover event Vader Down left off: Doctor Aphra in the clutches of our Rebel heroes. It may make many an Aphra fan nervous, but the issue’s focus on its female characters is its greatest strength (even if one is in possible peril). Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars #16”