The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks...but can he get the job done in time? Then, Black Squadron faces their next assignment. Is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew...and that means it's prison break time! Plus, Poe Dameron has never been one to follow the rules. So when he disobeys a direct order from General Organa and gets stranded in First Order space - with no ship and little oxygen - how will he survive?COLLECTING: STAR WARS: POE DAMERON 20-25, ANNUAL...
|Title||:||Legend Found (Star Wars: Poe Dameron #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
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Legend Found (Star Wars: Poe Dameron #4) Reviews
While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an otherwise dismal line of Star Wars related stories.
Legend Found keep the Dameron series going strong. It’s a lot of fun and the stories actually make sense, flow coherently, and being more life to Dameron. Poe Damero ...more
This continues to be my favorite of the Marvel star Wars books. An enjoyable story with some good characters.
I continue to be impressed with this book. This was one of the better volumes, with a fun undercover mission and a few good villains. This closes out the books pre-TFA stories.
rip padme's dresses :'(
Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume.
I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black Squadron. The story is gradually getting closer to The Force Awakens. I give this volume a 4/5.
Yet another great volume of “Poe Dameron.” One of the things I’ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp – the stories that he’s telling don’t try to be about anything bigger or more momentous than they need to be. In a lot of ways, it’s a decidedly old-fashioned-feeling series, one that’s perfectly content to tell fun stories featuring daring escapes, clever banter, and the occasional cool space battle, and ...more