Star Wars

Star Wars

Vol. 2, Showdown on Smuggler's Moon

Book - 2016
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"Luke continues his quest to learn about the Jedi by heading for the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. But when his lightsaber is stolen, he soon finds himself entrapped and imprisoned! Will his friends come to his aid before he's forced to enter the Arena of Death? Meanwhile, Han and Leia are confronted by an unexpected foe. The Imperials are closing in on them, and they were set on the rebels' trail by a mysterious woman from Han's past--one with a very personal grudge! As Chewbacca is unleashed, Han finds himself dealing with...a ball and chain?! You've got to read it to believe it! Plus: Injustice reigns on Tatooine as villainous scum run rampant. Will Ben Kenobi risk revealing himself to do what's right? It's a special tale from Obi-Wan's past!" -- Page [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide Inc., a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC, [2016]
ISBN: 9780785192145
Branch Call Number: Teen Graphic Novel STA
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Bianchi, Simone
Immonen, Stuart
Alternative Title: Showdown on Smuggler's Moon


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Aug 04, 2016

This second volume of the continuing adventures of the rebels in the wake of A New Hope picks up where things left off, giving the readers a past look at Ben Kenobi on Tatoine, before moving into the storylines of Luke Skywalker in a world of trouble and Han and Leia contending with the whole matter of a woman claiming to be his wife. Jason Aaron's writing style suits the characters perfectly well.

KateHillier May 15, 2016

Before we jump right back into where we left our heroes we get a brief look at Obi-Wan on Tatooine. Too brief if you ask me but it was a nice.

Back on the main plot Luke is in yet another jam, going around drawing attention to himself when he really shouldn't - not that he doesn't know any better yet. Han and Leia get more than they bargain for the in the character of Sana, who I'd like to get to know more outside of the relationship she keeps stating to Han. Most of the comic is sort of bogged down in Han and Sana yelling at each other instead of the real business at hand. If I was Leia I would have stunned them both.

Despite this we get some great scenes later in the volume and still I find myself looking forward to the next one.


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