It is with a heavy heart that I have to write a review of Star Wars: Legacy #18. The final issue of Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman’s stellar series is released today and while it’s going to be a shame to see this series go, they definitely leave just as strong as they started.
This review contains some spoilers for the entire series.
Imperial Knights versus the Sith on the Floating World! And just whose side is Darth Wredd on? It’s an action packed finale as Ania Solo and all of her friends fight not only for their survival but that of the Empress Fel herself.
The final arc of Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman’s fantastic Star Wars comic continues as Legacy #17 hits comic store shelves today! (And this review continues to be sad that we’re in the last few months of this book.)
Ania and company have followed the coordinates from Jao’s transmission to the rogue planet but their mission to rescue the Imperial Knight is far from over. They no more free Jao from his bonds when a literal army of Sith arrive hell bent on taking out Darth Wredd once and for all!
The last arc of Star Wars: Legacy kicks off today as Legacy #16 hits comic store shelves. Don’t worry though: Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman are hardly going to just coast through these final few issues and there are always some surprises awaiting readers in Legacy…
This review contains some spoilers.
When last we saw our heroes, Ania Solo had been rescued from her mysterious hunter and also exonerated during her trial. As is the nature of the galaxy though, Jao Assam was arrested for deserting the Knights. Clearly Ania will be having none of that so she sets out to try and have him freed only for Jao to seemingly escape. Nothing’s quite what it seems though from Jao’s escape to the Empress Fel herself.
It’s another crazy day in the life of Ania Solo as Legacy #15 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman hits comic store shelves today. Will Ania survive the glass rain and the most inhospitable planet this side of Mustafar? Will Ramid’s sacrifice be in vain? Will something about this quest to track down the Sith ever go right? (Okay, so maybe only some of these questions will get answered in Issue #15.)
Stuck out in the middle of a glass rainstorm, things continue to look bleak for Ania Solo even though her friends have finally tracked her down. Thankfully, none of them are about to let this strange bounty hunter take their friend without a fight. But how do you stop a bounty hunter with a light whip who seems hell bent on finding and capturing Ania Solo?
Ania Solo! Still in trouble! (That could be the words for House Solo.) Legacy #14 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman hits comic book store shelves today as they continue to tell the rather excellent story of one Ania Solo.
This planet keeps getting worse all the time. It’s not enough that they’ve crashed landed and Ania’s still being chased by a masked bounty hunter with a light whip. Oh no. Now, this planet has to rain glass. Meanwhile back on Coruscant, Master Val is digging into Ania’s past and manages to find a piece of evidence that exonerates her of the crime people claim she committed. Jao, Sauk, and AG-37 have at least managed to land on the same horrible planet as Ania and found the site of the crashed ship. Now, it’s just a matter of who will find Ania and Ramid first…
Last month’s issue of Legacy ended with a crash… literally. Ania Solo is still a wanted woman, separated from her only friends and allies in Legacy #13 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman which hits stores today. And—look, I just want to know who the heck Ania Solo is already!
Somehow, Ania manages to walk away from the crash landing mostly unharmed but that’s not much when there’s a bounty hunter still hot on her tail. Sauk, Jao, and AG-37 are doing every thing they can to track Ania down and get their friend back. Back on Coruscant, Ania Solo continues to be the topic of conversation. True to Solo form though, Ania’s not going to wait around for a rescue or to be captured but can she evade the mysterious bounty hunter?
Ania’s been kidnapped by someone she thought was a friend! Issue #12 of Star Wars: Legacy by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman is out today and now almost everyone in the galaxy is looking for one Ania Solo. (Honestly, can this woman’s life get any worse?)
Betrayed by her friend Ramid, Ania Solo finds herself stuffed unceremoniously into a storage locker with no comlink and therefore no way for her real friends to track her. Ramid, on the other hand, is holding a grudge against her for leaving him for dead outside a prison camp and he’s happy to hand her over to the Triumvirate in exchange for a sizable bounty. Across the galaxy, Master Val learns that he’s not in nearly as much trouble as he expected for his actions on Dac and that the Imperial Knights have a new mission he doesn’t quite agree with. Meanwhile, Jao, Sauk, and AG-37 are doing everything they can to find Ania and get her back but they aren’t the only ones in pursuit.
A new year, a new arc for Star Wars: Legacy as Issue #11 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman hits stores today. Just because our heroes escaped danger in the last issue doesn’t mean they’re any closer to stopping Darth Wredd.
This review will contain a few spoilers but no more than you’d learn from reading the solicit.
Another month, another brand new issue of Star Wars: Legacy! Issue #10 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman hits comic store shelves today, drawing the second arc of the series to a close.
When last we left our heroes, the cavalry, led by Admiral Stalzi and Knight Val, had just arrived to at Dac to answer Jao’s distress call. Even with Admiral Stalzi’s excellent plan to take advantage of the Mon Cal’s and the Quarren’s ability to breath underwater by flooding parts of the station, it’s hardly an easy battle. The pirates aren’t about to go down without a fight and Jao is locked in a duel with Darth Luft. Reinforcements are hardly going to make the fight to retake the station an easy one though.
Star Wars: Legacy #9 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman is out in stores everywhere today. The good news is that you won’t even have to travel to the poisonous waters of Dac to get your hands on a copy!
This review contains mild spoilers.