Tag: Doctor Aphra (comic)

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #19

Doctor Aphra #19

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Doctor Aphra #19 brings the stellar “Remastered” arc to a satisfying, hilarious end, providing everything fans love about a good Aphra story, including another reason it’s an excellent source of LGBTQ+ representation, all while cementing the series as Marvel’s best. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #19”

Star Wars Comics July 2018 Solicitations

Star Wars Comics July 2018 Solicitations

I haven’t been covering the monthly solicitations for Marvel’s (or IDW’s) upcoming comics, but I’ve decided to start doing so because not only do I look forward to the teases they bring for upcoming stories, but it’s for your convenience of not having to go far to find them if you’re already on the Manor! Seeing as these go out three months, today’s batch of solicitations of Star Wars comics covers issues dropping in July. Head on below to see what’s in store for Doctor AphraPoe DameronDarth Vader – Dark Lord of the Sith, and more! (I’ll update the article when IDW’s solicitations release, which seem to be a few days after Marvel’s Updated!) Continue reading “Star Wars Comics July 2018 Solicitations”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #18

Doctor Aphra #18

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The penultimate issue of the “Remastered” arc, Doctor Aphra #18, puts Aphra, her band of misfits, and Hera Syndulla in one helluva bind aboard a secret Imperial base full of monstrosities. Just another day at the office for everyone’s favorite doctor! Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #18”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #17

Doctor Aphra #17

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Aphra and her crew of ne’er-do-wells hatch a foolproof plan, which includes kidnapping a familiar character from a certain animated show, to break into the highest security Tarkin Initiative base around, making the latest entry in the “Remastered” arc, Doctor Aphra #17, another top-notch blast in Marvel’s best. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #17”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #16

Doctor Aphra #16

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It’ll be a day long remembered in the ethos of Star Wars as Doctor Aphra #16 does a big, wondrous thing fans of Aphra, and LGBTQ+ fans, have been rooting for a while now, all while wrapping it in a fun, action-packed, but heavy issue. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #16”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #15

Doctor Aphra #15

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After what felt like a series refresh in issue #14, Doctor Aphra #15 continues unabated with the new lease on life, bringing more quality humor, snark, and murderbot mastery any organic would die for! Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #15”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #14

Doctor Aphra #14

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The Doctor Aphra series is back with a new arc, new co-writer, and new art team in issue #14! It’s a riotous beginning to the “Remastered” arc that reintroduces us to a familiar Imperial, makes your skin crawl with its ending, and will leave you laughing with delight at Aphra’s honest attempts at matchmaking, all of which come together to make a new high-point for the excellent series. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #14”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #13

Doctor Aphra #13

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With deftness and its trademark humor, Doctor Aphra #13 sifts through and deals with the aftermath of last month’s game-changing issue, unforgettably wrapping up the major arcs of its first year. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #13”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #12

Doctor Aphra #12

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Vader crashes Chelli Aphra’s party and the muderbots make their move for freedom in another action-packed, humorous issue of Doctor Aphra! Issue #12 stands both as another high point of the series and for the comics overall. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #12”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra Annual #1

Doctor Aphra Annual #1 (David Nakayama cover)

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The history behind Black Krrsantan’s origins is revealed in Doctor Aphra Annual #1, an overly fun, quick-paced, and concise standalone adventure that even nicely fits into the series’ larger story. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra Annual #1”