Star Wars Age of Rebellion Boba Fett #1,
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy
(W) Greg Pak
(A) Marc Laming
(CA) Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson
THE HUNTER'S HEART! As the implacable bounty hunter who tracked down HAN SOLO, BOBA FETT earned his reputation as one of the greatest villains in the galaxy. But what happens when Boba Fett picks up the trail of an actual villain? Find out what kind of heart - if any - beats under that MANDALORIAN armor! Rated T
Date Available: 05/08/2019
Using 'Tarkin good' as the new standard for Star Wars comics, this is not 'Tarkin good'.
It is pretty stellar though. Using some lingo you may have picked up from the Mandalorian footage working around the net, the bounty hunting system, rules, and jargon start to take workable form here.
Fett says a total of 4 words here, and doesn't end up in the gut of a desert lamprey, leaving him on the ESB end of cool compared to the ROTJ end of 'Why not just call him Phasma?' level of uncool.
A strong enough story from Greg Pak with FANTASTIC art by Marc Laming. The coloring is overdone by about 20%, but Laming has a good deal of B+W from this issue in his twitter feed. He gets an A+ for getting the helmet right.
They never get the helmet right.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams