Star Wars Age of Resistance Supreme Leader Snoke #1 features the origin of Snoke's hubris in the throne room scene from TLJ.
Let go of the hate. Make yourself a refuge for the oppressed and injured. Support and build sanctuaries to foster healing and true justice.
The crisis Luke faces in this issue reminds me of The Last Jedi. Is Lucasfilm retrospectively adding elements into the comics to show us that Palpatine's return was planned ALL along?
Last week I lamented how little love Leia got in her Age of Rebellion one-shot. Lando gets STAR treatment by comparison. But this issue isn't just better than Leia's lackluster comic, it stands on its own.
I don't think anybody making this book cares much for Leia or Lando. Almost no heart shines through.
This comic was worth it for me, but only because I can ignore the last third of it, especially because of how good the Yoda portion is.
E.K. Johnston's Star Wars: Queen's Shadow introduced me to Padmé's Handmaidens and the details of the resurrected Naboo tradition of the Royal decoy system. This comic features Moteé, who is not featured in the book, as I recall.
The heroic Jedi Knights lead the clone armies of the Republic against the endless droid legions of the rebellious Deparatists. The powerful young Jedi prodigy, Anikin Skywalker, may be the Republic's best hope to end the conflict. But as the fires of war engulf more and more of the Galaxy with each passing day, Anakin faces challenges his training never prepared him for...
Star Wars Master and Apprentice by Claudia Gray centers around Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn as he is at a crossroads. Jinn faces what could be his final mission with his seemingly ill-suited Padawan, Obi-Wan Kenobi, while mulling over the pivotal issue of accepting a seat on the Jedi Council.
Captain Rex Leads his fellow clone soldiers in valiant battle against the Separatist droid armies. And what better ally to have in the defense of the noble galactic Republic than... Jar Jar Binks?!