Everyone's favorite scoundrel gets his very own series! Han is given a top-secret undercover mission for the Rebellion- rescuing a number of informants and spies. His cover for the assignment? Only the biggest and most infamous starship race in the galaxy! You know- the race Han has dreamt of winning his entire life. Will he keep his mind on the mission? And can he manage to pull it off while keeping the lead? Best-selling author Marjorie Liu (X-MEN) comes to the Galaxy Far, Far Away along with superstar cover artist Mark Brooks (ULTIMATE X-MEN) in his return to interior art! Face it, readers- there aren't enough scoundrels in your life!...
|Title||:||Han Solo (Star Wars: Limited Series)|
|Number of Pages||:||120 pages|
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Han Solo (Star Wars: Limited Series) Reviews
I enjoyed this compilation of recent comics, maybe a bit more than just 3 stars. It does justice to Han Solo in the period after A New Hope.
Does it advance the narrative of the original Episode 4-6 trilogy? Not much. Is the plot substantial? A bit thin.
Solo is backing away from the Rebels and trying to get back to smuggling. It isn't working for him and when The Princess reaches out he kind of agrees to help get back some "moles" who were deep in The Empire's organization. They will be at vario ...more
This was significantly better than I'd thought it would be. Not fantastic, sure, and certainly not the best of the new Star Wars comics. But it's a fairly good story, it suits Han, and it's entirely unlike what the other books are doing.
Nice to see a comic featuring Han. Quite enjoyable.
Can't wait to read more Star Wars comics!!!!
I honestly enjoyed this arc about Han Solo facing his qualms of conscience after ANH, and coming to terms with the kind of person he wants to be. I think it fit pretty perfectly between the films and showed off his scoundrel with a heart of gold side.
It's not very deep, but I found it satisfying all the same.
2.5 stars. Han comes off somewhat better in this story than he has in the other Star Wars comics. The story itself was predictable, and I knew who the mole was immediately.
This is right up there with the best of the New Canon graphic novels. Absolutely nails Han Solo. A must read.
A Solo 'solo' adventure set in the aftermath of A New Hope, though of course Chewbacca is by his captain's side throughout the book. This one started favorably enough (the Han / Leia scenes captured that amusing "will they? / won't they?" tension in the early part of their relationship), the artwork was great, and the story - a secret mission conducted using the cover of the Falcon's entry in the 'Dragon Void' spacecraft competition - was initially interesting. However, I'll admit I grew bored w ...more