Brian Wood's Star Wars is All Stars!

01/25/2013 12:00pm
Brian Wood's Star Wars has been out two weeks now and the reviews have been celebratory and welcoming. Fans love returning to their favorite characters and to the heady days of true tension in the galaxy far far away. Issue #1 has also seen not two but three new printings after being sold out twice! If you haven't started reading this brilliant new series there's plenty of time before Issue #2 hits shelves in February. Get thee to your local comic shop and snag a copy or buy it digitally in the Dark Horse Digital Store! If you're still not convinced to pick it up. Let these incredible reviews get you off the fence.

10 out of 10 Stars!
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"If you ever wondered if Star Wars could ever recapture that childlike glee of those earliest of memories, wonder no more. Star Wars is back and it's never been better."
9.5 out of 10 Stars!
"I’ll just get it out of the way and say that this new Star Wars starts off the new year as one of the best new series of the year."

"I really cannot say enough good things about this book. I think it was the best new title to come out of the Star Wars Universe since Legacy. It should not come as a surprise to anyone that I give this a 10 out of 10."

4 out of 5 Stars!
" I cannot wait to see what happens next. This is the sort of Star Wars comic I've been looking for."

"Star Wars #1 is a successful call back to the more mystical days of Star Wars, before it was a “saga.”"
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