Star Wars #37 (2015)

Star Wars #37 (2015)

$5.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Jason Aaron
(A) Salvador Larroca
(CA) Mike Mayhew

SCAR Squadron is back...with their deadliest attack yet! Rated T

Date Available: 10/04/2017
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


I almost always review Star Wars books, but this one has something extra. It's Jason Aaron's last issue, its over-sized, it has a back up story drawn by Andrea Sorrentino, and its really really mean. In what might be his best issue, Aaron shows the Empire at their 'best', successfully leaving a trail of dead rebels big enough to see from space. I'm looking forward to Darth Vader's Kieron Gillen taking over, but this was a pretty impressive run in the 40 year history of Star Wars comics. Welcome back, indeed, and goodbye (for now).

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Jason Aaron
(A) Salvador Larroca
(CA) Mike Mayhew

SCAR Squadron is back...with their deadliest attack yet! Rated T

Date Available: 10/04/2017
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


I almost always review Star Wars books, but this one has something extra. It's Jason Aaron's last issue, its over-sized, it has a back up story drawn by Andrea Sorrentino, and its really really mean. In what might be his best issue, Aaron shows the Empire at their 'best', successfully leaving a trail of dead rebels big enough to see from space. I'm looking forward to Darth Vader's Kieron Gillen taking over, but this was a pretty impressive run in the 40 year history of Star Wars comics. Welcome back, indeed, and goodbye (for now).

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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