Darth Vader #6 (2015)

Darth Vader #6 (2015)

$5.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Kieron Gillen
(A) Salvador Larroca
(CA) Adi Granov
The Emperor's machinations revealed!
Everything changes for Vader!
The tale of Vader's transformation from A New Hope to The Empire Strikes Back continues! Rated T Star Wars © Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All rights reserved. Used under authorization. Text and illustrations for Star Wars are © 2015 Lucasfilm Ltd.

Date Available: 06/03/2015
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Forget the first half of this issue. It's fine, but out of place. As soon as someone mentioned the idea that the Emperor's new gang is the equivalent of superheroes in Star Wars, I haven't been able to get that thought out of my head, and its just a bit silly. Better than it could have been w/ Kieron Gillen's writing, but still...silly, right? If the first half is silliness, the second is deadly serious as Vader finally finds out exactly who it is he's working for. Gillen's Emperor is great-malevolent and talky with an effective balance of both. He's rooting for Vader, but only on his terms. Salvador Larroca's art is at its best when they're together. The end of this issue is a genuine game changer.

Secret Hint- The last four pages of this story come directly after the last page of Star Wars #6. If you read both, you'll want to read that issue first.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Kieron Gillen
(A) Salvador Larroca
(CA) Adi Granov
The Emperor's machinations revealed!
Everything changes for Vader!
The tale of Vader's transformation from A New Hope to The Empire Strikes Back continues! Rated T Star Wars © Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All rights reserved. Used under authorization. Text and illustrations for Star Wars are © 2015 Lucasfilm Ltd.

Date Available: 06/03/2015
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Forget the first half of this issue. It's fine, but out of place. As soon as someone mentioned the idea that the Emperor's new gang is the equivalent of superheroes in Star Wars, I haven't been able to get that thought out of my head, and its just a bit silly. Better than it could have been w/ Kieron Gillen's writing, but still...silly, right? If the first half is silliness, the second is deadly serious as Vader finally finds out exactly who it is he's working for. Gillen's Emperor is great-malevolent and talky with an effective balance of both. He's rooting for Vader, but only on his terms. Salvador Larroca's art is at its best when they're together. The end of this issue is a genuine game changer.

Secret Hint- The last four pages of this story come directly after the last page of Star Wars #6. If you read both, you'll want to read that issue first.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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