Star Wars #16

Free ↠ Star Wars #16 By Brian Wood – Jackkellyfilm.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Star Wars #16
  • Brian Wood
  • English
  • 04 December 2018

About the Author: Brian Wood

Brian Wood s history of published work includes over fifty volumes of genre spanning original material.From the 1500 page future war epic DMZ, the ecological disaster series The Massive, the American crime drama Briggs Land, and the groundbreaking lo fi dystopia Channel Zero he has a 20 year track record of marrying thoughtful world building and political commentary with compelling and diverse characters.His YA novels Demo, Local, The New York Four, and Mara have made YALSA and New York Public Library best of lists His historical fiction the viking series Northlanders, the American Revolution centered Rebels, and the norse samurai mashup Sword Daughter are benchmarks in the comic book industry He s written some of the biggest franchises in pop culture, including Star Wars, Terminator, RoboCop, Conan The Barbarian, Robotech, and Planet Of The Apes He s written number one selling series for Marvel Comics And he s created and written multiple canonical stories for the Aliens universe, including the Zula Hendricks character.


Star Wars #16Establishing The New Rebel Base On Arrochar, Wedge Antilles Teaches The Local Pilots Rogue Squadron S Secret Tactics, Luke Skywalker Joins The Arrocharian Militia On A Routine Mission, And Princess Leia Balances Her Duty To The Rebellion With Her Upcoming Duties As A Royal Wife So Why Is Everyone So Uneasy Writer Brian Wood Gets To The Heart Of Star Wars This Is A Great Read And Has Been Each And Every Issue Comics List

10 thoughts on “Star Wars #16

  1. says:

    While I found this issue to be muchpalatable than the previous one, I m still having a hard time warming up to the Arrochar prince wedding subplot Crety s art was slightly better, mind you, and the nod to some Hoth conditions and authentic ESB gear really charged me up am a big Ep V fan Wood s writing still carried the day and causes me to press on to the next issue getting too close to the end not too Rating 3.5 stars, rounded down.

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