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Star Wars Doctor Aphra #33

Star Wars Doctor Aphra #33

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Si Spurrier
(A) Wilton Santos
(CA) Ashley Witter
'UNSPEAKABLE REBEL SUPERWEAPON' PART 2 • Counting the cost of her incorrigible thievery, sticky-fingered archaeologist DOCTOR APHRA is at the mercy of REBEL HIGH COMMAND. • But things are about to get stickier. What's the one thing every galactic treasure hunter knows for sure? • EXES NEVER MARK THE SPOT. Rated T
Date Available: 06/12/2019
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


You may have heard the phrase "Both sides are the same." before. It's a good reason to not take a stand for something (or against something).

Behold both Doctor Aphra #33 and Star Wars #67, in which rebels are working reallllly hard to solve problems by killing either a person, or veritable scads of people, in much the same way the Empire would. These rebels are working outside the structure of their established goals, sure, but believe they're doing the right thing for the right reasons.

We'll just leave that here, along with the idea that our heroes give us someone or something to look up to as the goal for ourselves. In other words...don't build your own Death Star.

They're both solid issues, Star Wars is better which sorta surprising, and get ready for a big boost when Greg Pak takes over writing duties next issue.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Si Spurrier
(A) Wilton Santos
(CA) Ashley Witter
'UNSPEAKABLE REBEL SUPERWEAPON' PART 2 • Counting the cost of her incorrigible thievery, sticky-fingered archaeologist DOCTOR APHRA is at the mercy of REBEL HIGH COMMAND. • But things are about to get stickier. What's the one thing every galactic treasure hunter knows for sure? • EXES NEVER MARK THE SPOT. Rated T
Date Available: 06/12/2019
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


You may have heard the phrase "Both sides are the same." before. It's a good reason to not take a stand for something (or against something).

Behold both Doctor Aphra #33 and Star Wars #67, in which rebels are working reallllly hard to solve problems by killing either a person, or veritable scads of people, in much the same way the Empire would. These rebels are working outside the structure of their established goals, sure, but believe they're doing the right thing for the right reasons.

We'll just leave that here, along with the idea that our heroes give us someone or something to look up to as the goal for ourselves. In other words...don't build your own Death Star.

They're both solid issues, Star Wars is better which sorta surprising, and get ready for a big boost when Greg Pak takes over writing duties next issue.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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