Star Wars Legacy #1 vol 2 phantom variant,
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
BONUS REVIEW by Johnny Elle
(W) Corinna Bechko, Gabriel Hardman
(A) Gabriel Hardman
(CA) Rachelle Rosenberg, Dave Wilkins
Despite her famous heritage, Ania Solo is just a girl trying to make her way in a galaxy gone bad. But it all gets worse when she comes into possession of a lightsaber and an Imperial communications droid - and discovers she has been targeted for death!
Date Available: 03/20/2013
Not so long ago from a publisher not so far far away...
Star Wars Legacy POTFW picks up a short period from where we left off with Legacy War (now available in trade paperback. Highly recommended). The story begins off throwing you right into the action. If you havent read the previous Legacy series, they do a quick recap (exposition) on the inside cover (still, pick up the previous Legacy stories. They're worth it). The story reads quickly and we're introduced to another the descendant of Han and Leia (not of the Fel dynastic line for you EU fans) who's less like Leia and more of a scoundrel. Also going to throw out there that she's almost immediately more likable than Cade. Looking to be a fun series and a worthwhile ride through the Galaxy Far Far Away. Art is a little rough with the inking, but you can still tell what your looking at, but then again as with the previous series (and REPUBLIC) I am kinda partial to Jan Dursema's (who is currently doing art for Star Wars Dawn of the Jedi) work. Also both available covers are Awesome to look at, but I must give props towards the Phantom Variant's homage to the classic Star Wars "Episode IV" poster.
If you like Star Wars give this book a shot.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams