Star Wars Darth Vader #19 (2020)

Star Wars Darth Vader #19 (2020)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Greg Pak
(A) Guiu Villanova
(CA) Ryan Stegman
DARK ORDER!
In the bowels of Bespin, DARTH VADER told his son he wanted to bring order to the galaxy.
Now Vader's promise is put to the test as he leads an unlikely crew of heroes and assassins against the criminal organization known as CRIMSON DAWN.
What does 'order' mean to a DARK LORD OF THE SITH? How far will he go to fight for it as the depth of Crimson Dawn's infiltration becomes clearer? And what fate awaits the heroes who follow him into battle? RATED T

Date Available: 12/08/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Of the three runs of Darth Vader, Greg Pak's comes in third. It's not bad by any stretch, but if the Marvel model for the previous two plays out here, its only got six issues left.

That's too much time to get great, so instead enjoy the simple pleasures of the grittier than expected visuals by fill in artist Guiu Vilanova, and the flashbacks to the romance scenes from ATOC presented in a more viable fashion.

Will Marvel's time on Star Wars collapse under the weight of 'Crimson Dawn' before the trilogy of minis ends? Can't confirm, but the strain is showning.


I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Greg Pak
(A) Guiu Villanova
(CA) Ryan Stegman
DARK ORDER!
In the bowels of Bespin, DARTH VADER told his son he wanted to bring order to the galaxy.
Now Vader's promise is put to the test as he leads an unlikely crew of heroes and assassins against the criminal organization known as CRIMSON DAWN.
What does 'order' mean to a DARK LORD OF THE SITH? How far will he go to fight for it as the depth of Crimson Dawn's infiltration becomes clearer? And what fate awaits the heroes who follow him into battle? RATED T

Date Available: 12/08/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Of the three runs of Darth Vader, Greg Pak's comes in third. It's not bad by any stretch, but if the Marvel model for the previous two plays out here, its only got six issues left.

That's too much time to get great, so instead enjoy the simple pleasures of the grittier than expected visuals by fill in artist Guiu Vilanova, and the flashbacks to the romance scenes from ATOC presented in a more viable fashion.

Will Marvel's time on Star Wars collapse under the weight of 'Crimson Dawn' before the trilogy of minis ends? Can't confirm, but the strain is showning.


I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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