Written by Marjorie Liu
Pencils by Mark Brooks
Inks by Dexter Vines
Colors by Sonia Oback
Cover by Lee Bermejo
The Dragon Void race has been delayed by the Galactic Empire. With some persuasion, the Empire does allow the race to re-start and Han Solo is able to continue his secret mission.
One of the best parts of this comic book is the fact you have a bit more to read. Modern comic books seem to have a lot less words compared to the 70s-80s. The other part I like, writer Marjorie Liu seems to have a good handle on how Han Solo and other known characters talk in the films. This feels like it is a part of the film series.
The complaint I have is the notion of how time is tracked. I find it odd that the term "hours" would be used since that is something based on the revolutions of the Earth. Why would characters from all across a galaxy long ago and far, far away use our ways of measuring time? I feel like there should be a way of being more creative in this sense. All of the Star Wars books seem to have issues with this small quibble I have.
I do enjoy the Star Wars series' from Marvel. Han Solo takes place between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. This is a fun way of putting together the stories in between the films.
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