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Poe Dameron #4

Poe Dameron The next stop on Poe s mission is Grakkus the Hutt But Grakkus has been in Republic Prison for years You know what that means POE DIRECTLY TO JAIL

  • Title: Poe Dameron #4
  • Author: Charles Soule Phil Noto Phil Noto Phil Noto
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The next stop on Poe s mission is Grakkus the Hutt But Grakkus has been in Republic Prison for years You know what that means POE DIRECTLY TO JAIL

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      Published :2020-02-16T05:38:37+00:00

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    1. Video review now available:youtube/watch?v=wSugs4.2 stars out of 5.This was another really nice issue for the series. I have to say that, while I enjoyed the previous arc, I'm actually a lot more invested and interested in this Prison arc. The characters get a little more fleshed out in this issue, but I still think there needs to be a single issue that focuses solely on developing the characters without a focus on the main plot so that way the character can feel a lot more defined. That being s [...]

    2. Possibly my favourite issue so far. It starts with a brief scene which prompts a flashback to a few days earlier: the squadron sorting out a few things from the previous mission, chilling out back at base and Poe in the now-iconic jacket. Yes, *that* jacket. You know the one I mean. Then he explains to the squadron that the next step to finding Lor San Tekka will involve a trip to prison to question a Hutt. Said prison is a maximum security facility where even the guards fear to enterAgain, the [...]

    3. It makes sense that Lor San Tekka would've encountered Grakkus, a collector of Jedi artifacts. Love how this ties back to Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon. And I love how he promises to give info on Lor San Tekka to whoever can break him out of the prison, the concept of which is interesting as it is governed by the prisoners. Odd that Poe doesn't seem to be wearing a mask when he should. And I mentally face-palmed when Poe told Snap "It'll be a Snap."

    4. Am I always the first person to read this series? XD This is my favourite issue so far. You finally get to see the characters interact in a social setting, which is excellent, although I wish Poe and Jess had some page time together. But this is starting to get reeeaaally interesting and I can't wait to see where it goes. (More than a month until the next issue though, whyyyyy)

    5. Quite strong considering this is just an intermediate issue between arcs. The new set up is really exciting and the little bits of character work that get done before then are also nice. Feels very cinematic, so it's easier to accept how talky it is. Giving it another issue.

    6. Really good. I am looking forward to each new monthly issue. In this one, Poe goes to prison, you have Hutts and returning nemesis. The graphics are good. I can't wait for the next issue. I'm addicted.

    7. This was an excellent set-up. Loved the camaraderie and conversations between the players. Loved the challenge. And the stuttery transition/pace problems of issue #3 were absent in #4. I'm excited for the next one.

    8. This could have been 5 stars, but it started off rather slow. But then it was one of the better issues of Poe's run.

    9. Grakkus' return from Star Wars early canon comic issues and i also cannot wait to see him in the big screen!!! Great Prison Break like read!

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