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Star Wars Last Jedi Adaptation #2

Star Wars Last Jedi Adaptation #2

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Gary Whitta
(A) Michael Walsh
(CA) Karmome Shirahama
The Resistance has found Luke Skywalker! But the First Order is hot on their tail…and they are out for blood. Join writer Gary Whitta (ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY) and artist Michael Walsh (STAR WARS ANNUAL, HAWKEYE and THE VISION) as they take on the adventures of Force prodigy Rey, ace pilot Poe Dameron, and ex-First Order recruit Finn from the hit blockbuster STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI - featuring never-before-seen scenes of your favorite characters! Rated T
Date Available: 05/16/2018
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


I don't even know where to begin with this book. Let's set some ground rules. 'Last Jedi' is bad, so we have to look at the adaptation to see if it does justice to the material as it already exists. We also have to see if the added material would have improved the source material in its original version.

OK, criteria set. Adapting the source material- script is fine, its all there and you'll be cringing again at the gaping plot holes, abused characterizations, and terrible dialogue. Script gets a 7. Way to go Gary Whitta. You did solid work on Rogue One. The art is terrible. There is final artwork here that would have been torn out of homemade adaptations because it was too sketchy, too rough, too visually sour. Wow...you're publishing this, Marvel? With a straight face? (That's right Jim Marvel, head of Marvel comics...I'm looking at you.) The art gets a 2.

The additional material, Ackbar's goodbye, Holdo dressing down Poe is all better than the finished version of the film. These elements get an 8. So we add 8 to 7, plus 2, divided by 4, minus 1, and we get a disappointing version of a disappointing movie. Paying customers deserve better. You had Al Williamson and Carlos Garzan do Empire. You had Howard Chaykin do Star Wars. You had Al, Carlos, Ron Frenz, and Bill Freaking Sienkiewicz do Jedi. Enough with this.


I give it 3 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Gary Whitta
(A) Michael Walsh
(CA) Karmome Shirahama
The Resistance has found Luke Skywalker! But the First Order is hot on their tail…and they are out for blood. Join writer Gary Whitta (ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY) and artist Michael Walsh (STAR WARS ANNUAL, HAWKEYE and THE VISION) as they take on the adventures of Force prodigy Rey, ace pilot Poe Dameron, and ex-First Order recruit Finn from the hit blockbuster STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI - featuring never-before-seen scenes of your favorite characters! Rated T
Date Available: 05/16/2018
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


I don't even know where to begin with this book. Let's set some ground rules. 'Last Jedi' is bad, so we have to look at the adaptation to see if it does justice to the material as it already exists. We also have to see if the added material would have improved the source material in its original version.

OK, criteria set. Adapting the source material- script is fine, its all there and you'll be cringing again at the gaping plot holes, abused characterizations, and terrible dialogue. Script gets a 7. Way to go Gary Whitta. You did solid work on Rogue One. The art is terrible. There is final artwork here that would have been torn out of homemade adaptations because it was too sketchy, too rough, too visually sour. Wow...you're publishing this, Marvel? With a straight face? (That's right Jim Marvel, head of Marvel comics...I'm looking at you.) The art gets a 2.

The additional material, Ackbar's goodbye, Holdo dressing down Poe is all better than the finished version of the film. These elements get an 8. So we add 8 to 7, plus 2, divided by 4, minus 1, and we get a disappointing version of a disappointing movie. Paying customers deserve better. You had Al Williamson and Carlos Garzan do Empire. You had Howard Chaykin do Star Wars. You had Al, Carlos, Ron Frenz, and Bill Freaking Sienkiewicz do Jedi. Enough with this.


I give it 3 out of 10 Grahams


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