- File Size: 145098 KB
- Print Length: 120 pages
- Publisher: Marvel (January 3, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MU3DJ6L
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,540 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Art is ok. There are some nice panels, but overall it is just passable.
The Millenium Falcon blasted out of Mos Eisley in the middle of a New Hope, was pulled into the Death Star by a tractor beam, was tracked by the Empire in order to hunt down the rebel base on Yavin 4 and then was a key cog in the team that blew up the Death Star. With these facts, the Falcon and it's pilots should be very very high on the Empire's most wanted list. In this story, the Empire doesn't seem to know the Falcon or Solo. This is a huge flaw. Some will say we should overlook it because there are some good aspects to this story, but that is a sad and arbitrary standard to apply to a story that is part of a bigger (and in this case, incredibly well known and parsed over) saga.
The Solo-Leia scenes are properly done in the spirit of both a New Hope and Empire Strikes back. The story revolves around rescuing three rebel spies on three different planets. The Dragon Void is a famous race that is to be Solo's cover for performing this task. But, Solo being Solo, he wants to rescue the spies and win the race. It's a bit campy at times, and there is supposed to be some suspense, but it isn't hard to figure out where this is going.
If you are a lighthearted reader, then you will (a) have already read this and be angry at my 3.5 star review or (b) should buy this and will enjoy it very much. If you read (and watch) with a mixture of fandom and a critical eye, you'll still like it but there will be the aforementioned issues. It's up to you.