Star Wars

Star Wars

Han Solo

Paperback - 2017
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Everyone's favorite scoundrel goes Solo! Han is given a top-secret undercover mission for the Rebellion: rescuing several informants and spies! His cover for the assignment? Only the biggest and most infamous starship race in the galaxy, the Dragon Void! A tournament he has dreamt of winning his entire life. With a chance of glory, can Han keep his mind on the mission? Or is failing Leia worse than losing? If that wasn't enough, there's also the small matter of finding a traitor within the Rebellion. As the Dragon Void heats up, can a certain Wookiee pal lend a hand in the mole hunt? Place your bets for the ultimate space race! Our money's on Han and the Millennium Falcon - after all, it's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs!
Published: New York, NY :, Marvel Worldwide, Inc.,, 2017.
ISBN: 9780785193210
0785193219
Branch Call Number: GN STA HAN
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,color illustrations ;,26 cm
Alternative Title: Han Solo

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Yavin
Feb 28, 2017

Good story with good art, we get a race, a rebel mission, spies, double-crosses and the last member of an alien species. The pace is good, and han is characterized well. A good read for both the die-hard and the casual Star Wars fan.

AL_TARINA Feb 16, 2017

Entertaining, fast paced, and colorful, this new comic by Marjorie Liu (Monstress) is a fun read for any Star Wars fan.

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Tabaqui
Jan 27, 2017

I thought this book did a good job keeping the action going, however, there wasn't a whole lot of character development. The Dragon Void race was definitely believable, but it almost seemed like a podrace in space. Overall, it rang true to the Star Wars universe, and I viewed it as an enjoyable addition to the canon.

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dpwilkens
Jan 25, 2017

Marvel comics art does not do very well with spacecraft and space stories-- it tends to be too cluttered and blocky, and there is little impression of movement. Whatever you think of Dark Empire, it had some of the best space art in terms of composition and clarity. Since most of this trade paperback takes place in space, that's a bit of a problem. There's not a very strong villain, other than the space race itself. The Imperials pop up throughout, but it's entirely unclear whether they are hunting the heroes or just putting a damper on the space poker run which forms the bulk of this story.

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Bronco92
Apr 13, 2017

"May the force be with you".

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