Solo #4 focuses squarely on Han and Beckett’s raid on Kessel as select character moments are highlighted.
Doctor Aphra’s own moral philosophy has unintended consequences in Doctor Aphra #28. Plus, she and Triple Zero are more alike that either would care to admit.
Anakin rejects the necessity of war to do what is right in Star Wars: Age of Republic – Anakin Skywalker #1.
In Star Wars: Age of Republic – Special #1, protectors of the powerless come to the forefront with stories about Windu, Ventress, Jar Jar, and Rex.
Luke, Han, and Leia find a way off Hubin and an escape from the Empire while Clan Markona defends their honor in Star Wars #60.
Mercenary culture, honor, and duels highlight Star Wars #59 as Luke, Han, and Leia plot their future and an escape from Hubin.
Jango creates a legacy and teaches through doing in Age of Republic: Jango Fett #1. His story is a nice counterpoint to Obi-Wan #1.
In Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #3, Han proves he has the making of a scoundrel and how much he cares for the one he left behind.
Obi-Wan learns the difficulty of letting go and the pitfalls and fears of being a mentor in Age of Republic: Obi-Wan Kenobi #1.
Solo #3 ratchets up the tension as Han and Beckett cut a deal with Dryden Vos to save their hides after the disaster with the conveyex.
Darth Vader #25 – Fortress Vader Part VII brings volume two of Darth Vader to a close. Vader assesses the past, confronts his present, and glimpses his future as his path is laid clear.
You never forget your first X-wing—even if you don’t take very good care of it. Dennis recalls getting his first Kenner X-wing for Christmas.
Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #2 demonstrates why Han’s better nature prevents him from being the ideal Imperial Navy cadet.