Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon

Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon Review

Injustice reigns on Tatooine as villainous scum run rampant. Will Ben Kenobi risk revealing himself to do what's right? Then, Luke continues his quest to learn about the Jedi by heading for the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. Plus: Han & Leia are confronte...

Title:Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon
Edition Language:English

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  • Alejandro

    The new Canonic Star Wars comics keep truly great! I got this storyarc on its single comic book issues but I chose to make the review using this TPB edition to make a better overall review. The story...

  • Kemper

    Remember this exchange from the original Star Wars?Han: Let him have it. It’s not wise to upset a Wookiee.C-3PO: But sir. Nobody worries about upsetting a droid.Han: That’s ‘cause a droid don’...

  • Bradley

    I'm impressed! That wasn't just a bit of pandering to the nostalgia. There was an actual creative story in there! Wow! It makes me believe there's still someone alive out there who's making good Star ...

  • Gianfranco Mancini

    I really hated for good the Han's wife sub-plot, storyline was just as not good as first volume, but Bianchi/Immonen's artworks were just over the top here.And the arena lightsaber-battle-royale fight...

  • Dimitris

    Like the first volume, Star Wars :Showdown on the Smuggler’s Moon is also an action-packed, epic space adventure propelled by energy and enthusiasm. That’s fine with me!There is also a tale from O...

  • Sam Quixote

    Set between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, the second volume of Jason Aaron’s Star Wars run sees the core group fractured. Luke has picked up Obi-Wan’s journal from Tatooine and is trying...

  • The Red Panda

    While there's still a lot to love about this second volume of Marvel's new Star Wars comic (Dengar's in it; what more could you want?) I have to completely honest and say I didn't enjoy it as much as ...

  • Anthony

    This Star Wars book is so fun and Immonen is so under appreciated as an artist. He gets the character faces and body language perfectly and his big wide shots like space scenes and planet establishing...

  • Sesana

    Jason Aaron knows what he's doing here. I loved the first volume of his Star Wars, and while this one isn't quite as amazing, it's still really, really good. It still has the same sense of adventure t...

  • Scott

    Quality follow-up / sequel to Skywalker Strikes, this volume was also fast-moving and fun. For starters, it provided a brief glimpse of what Ben Kenobi was doing between Vader's rise to power and Leia...