Star Wars #18 (2020)

Star Wars #18 (2020)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Charles Soule
(A) Ramon Rosanas
(CA) Carlo Pagulayan
COLLISION COURSE'
Reeling from the events on JEKARA and forced to confront the reality of her own choices and losses, LEIA ORGANA meets QI'RA to discuss the person they both have in common - heroic smuggler HAN SOLO!
How has he influenced their lives to that point?
And how will it change their fate moving forward? RATED T

Date Available: 10/13/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Did War Of The Bounty Hunters make any improvements to our favorite rebels finding Han after he left Cloud City?

I think that's what has to happen to make a giant crossover like this work. Take this issue for example. On its own, it would rate higher. As a part of a larger whole, it simply sets things in motion for Return Of The Jedi to happen. I read the original Marvel comics with that story. I read the new Marvel comics with that story. I'll probably read the NEXT volume of Marvel comics with that story when I'm 80. Right now, the original is winning even if its not canon.
Nice looking issue though. Ramon Rosanas has some chops well suited to a SW book. Recommended ever so mildly.


I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Charles Soule
(A) Ramon Rosanas
(CA) Carlo Pagulayan
COLLISION COURSE'
Reeling from the events on JEKARA and forced to confront the reality of her own choices and losses, LEIA ORGANA meets QI'RA to discuss the person they both have in common - heroic smuggler HAN SOLO!
How has he influenced their lives to that point?
And how will it change their fate moving forward? RATED T

Date Available: 10/13/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Did War Of The Bounty Hunters make any improvements to our favorite rebels finding Han after he left Cloud City?

I think that's what has to happen to make a giant crossover like this work. Take this issue for example. On its own, it would rate higher. As a part of a larger whole, it simply sets things in motion for Return Of The Jedi to happen. I read the original Marvel comics with that story. I read the new Marvel comics with that story. I'll probably read the NEXT volume of Marvel comics with that story when I'm 80. Right now, the original is winning even if its not canon.
Nice looking issue though. Ramon Rosanas has some chops well suited to a SW book. Recommended ever so mildly.


I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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