Art by Stuart Immonen
On the smuggler's moon of Nar Shadaa, Luke is in Grakkus the Hutt's gladiator arena against the monster known as Kongo the Disembowler. Chewbacca and C-3PO are on the planet as well but have been embroiled in a fight a
gainst a bounty hunter named Dengar. Han Solo, Princess Leia and Han's "wife" Sana have just arrived onto the infamous moon and see what is happening with Chewie, C-3PO and Dengar. We also find out there's more to the Gamemaster than anyone had originally imagined.
Luke is in a fight for his life but the odds quickly change into his favor. Imperial forces are raiding Grakkus the Hutt's arena and Luke's allies are on the way. There's so much going on all at once, it's tough to type up a review. Kudos to Jason Aaron for crafting such an awesome tale. Twelve issues in and the action has been incredible.
I like the direction of the Gamemaster. He is more than just a trainer and it looks like we will see plenty more of him. He looks a bit like a professional wrestler with an Assassins Creed gimmick but it still seems to work.
I absolutely love this series. Never a dull moment and Jason Aaron is using dialogue that makes you feel like you actually hear the characters' voices. That, coupled with Stuart Immonen's amazing artwork, has made this a monthly must-buy.
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