Out Among the Stars (Star Wars (2015) #6)

Out Among the Stars (Star Wars (2015) #6)

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Title:Out Among the Stars (Star Wars (2015) #6)
Author:Jason Aaron
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ISBN:1302905538
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Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Out Among the Stars (Star Wars (2015) #6) Reviews

  • Robert
    Jan 13, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

  • Don
    Dec 17, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

  • Willie Krischke
    Dec 20, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

  • Paul Decker
    Feb 15, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

  • Kavinay
    Jan 23, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

    Not bad This volume wasn?t a bad read. I?ve read other reviews saying it was. I do get the sense that Marvel?s creativity is being held back a bit because honestly how could you find yourself wanting for Star Wars material. There is so much rich stuff out there. I?m hoping ...

    Fittingly, Jason Aaron's run on the main Star Wars series ends with kind of a "Huh, okay," feeling. It's never outright bad but never that great either, with the exception of the fun Sana Starros/Lando team-up. I liked the annual issue written by Jason Latour with art by Michael Walsh;...

    I actually greatly enjoy single shot stories. I really do. But at this point in the series I would love to see more consistent long-form storytelling. (Though interludes with R2-D2 just straight up wrecking fools are always appreciated) ...

    single issues of SW very average, seemed filler for the series. 36 (revenge of the astromech) was entertaining, prob 4 star. 34 (thirteen crates) was a solid 3-3.5, and the annual was too. The art brings the rating up to the 3 for me. ...

    First book from Aaron that I thoroughly enjoyed. It's an anthology of the sort that I wish the entire series was composed of. It's the sort of book that lets you enjoy Star Wars as a place, not just a saga. ...

  • Iasmina
    Dec 29, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

  • J.
    Dec 24, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

    Not bad This volume wasn?t a bad read. I?ve read other reviews saying it was. I do get the sense that Marvel?s creativity is being held back a bit because honestly how could you find yourself wanting for Star Wars material. There is so much rich stuff out there. I?m hoping ...

    Fittingly, Jason Aaron's run on the main Star Wars series ends with kind of a "Huh, okay," feeling. It's never outright bad but never that great either, with the exception of the fun Sana Starros/Lando team-up. I liked the annual issue written by Jason Latour with art by Michael Walsh;...

    I actually greatly enjoy single shot stories. I really do. But at this point in the series I would love to see more consistent long-form storytelling. (Though interludes with R2-D2 just straight up wrecking fools are always appreciated) ...

  • Anthony
    Oct 07, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

  • Timothy
    Jan 13, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

    Not bad This volume wasn?t a bad read. I?ve read other reviews saying it was. I do get the sense that Marvel?s creativity is being held back a bit because honestly how could you find yourself wanting for Star Wars material. There is so much rich stuff out there. I?m hoping ...

    Fittingly, Jason Aaron's run on the main Star Wars series ends with kind of a "Huh, okay," feeling. It's never outright bad but never that great either, with the exception of the fun Sana Starros/Lando team-up. I liked the annual issue written by Jason Latour with art by Michael Walsh;...

  • Sesana
    Jul 06, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

  • Ahdom
    Oct 09, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

  • David
    Jan 29, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

  • Alex Sarll
    Feb 14, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

  • Jordan Anderson
    Dec 14, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

  • Eric Mikols
    Dec 16, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

  • Jeremy Large
    Jan 07, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

  • Martijn Van
    Dec 15, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

    Not bad This volume wasn?t a bad read. I?ve read other reviews saying it was. I do get the sense that Marvel?s creativity is being held back a bit because honestly how could you find yourself wanting for Star Wars material. There is so much rich stuff out there. I?m hoping ...

    Fittingly, Jason Aaron's run on the main Star Wars series ends with kind of a "Huh, okay," feeling. It's never outright bad but never that great either, with the exception of the fun Sana Starros/Lando team-up. I liked the annual issue written by Jason Latour with art by Michael Walsh;...

    I actually greatly enjoy single shot stories. I really do. But at this point in the series I would love to see more consistent long-form storytelling. (Though interludes with R2-D2 just straight up wrecking fools are always appreciated) ...

    single issues of SW very average, seemed filler for the series. 36 (revenge of the astromech) was entertaining, prob 4 star. 34 (thirteen crates) was a solid 3-3.5, and the annual was too. The art brings the rating up to the 3 for me. ...

    First book from Aaron that I thoroughly enjoyed. It's an anthology of the sort that I wish the entire series was composed of. It's the sort of book that lets you enjoy Star Wars as a place, not just a saga. ...

    Jason Aaron ends his run with a bang. A great collection of short stories tying up loose ends and showing more of the characters we love plus some of his new ones. Is it essential? Not if you haven't read the other stories in the main series. Is it fun? Hell yeah! ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Dec 21, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

  • Jorge de la Vega
    Dec 25, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

  • Justin
    Jan 02, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

    Not bad This volume wasn?t a bad read. I?ve read other reviews saying it was. I do get the sense that Marvel?s creativity is being held back a bit because honestly how could you find yourself wanting for Star Wars material. There is so much rich stuff out there. I?m hoping ...

  • Cale
    Jan 02, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

  • Carl
    Feb 06, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

  • Kathleen
    Dec 20, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

  • Patrick
    Jan 20, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

    Not Aaron's best work - but there's some fun stuff to be had in here. I like the idea of short standalone stories that allow him to focus on different pairings of characters. My favourites were the Sana/Lando episode and the Han/Chewie/Grakkus episode. The R2 adventure was fun, but it ...

    Ignoring R2's solo outing (which was, as most droid solo outings, just awful), and the Annual III continuing on the trend of downplaying male characters to a laughable extreme (the whole "lowering the bar so female characters may look badass in comparison to men rather than in spite of...

    Collecting Marvel's Star Wars issues #33 through 37, this is more-or-less a compilation of one-shot stories rather than ant on-going story threads: as such, some of these are better than others. The same can be said of the art-work. With stories running the gamut from Luke and Le...

    Collecting only one-shot issues, I didn't feel that any of the stories had the chance to unfold properly. The C-3PO capture follow-up might be considered a bit of an exception, as it continues an already existing story-arc. There is less incentive to get invested in the narrative, I su...

    An excellent collection of loosely connected one offs with various characters both large and small buoyed by Aaron's consistently excellent scripts and catapulted into the stratosphere by Salvador Larroca's stunning artwork. the only negative is Annual 3's artwork is such a signific...

    This is one of the best volumes of this line of Star Wars comics. It did a better job with the story, characters, and artwork, in my opinion than the previous installments. I did enjoy a lot of the stories that led to this volume, but I like where it's headed. I anticipate the next ins...

    Not bad This volume wasn?t a bad read. I?ve read other reviews saying it was. I do get the sense that Marvel?s creativity is being held back a bit because honestly how could you find yourself wanting for Star Wars material. There is so much rich stuff out there. I?m hoping ...

    Fittingly, Jason Aaron's run on the main Star Wars series ends with kind of a "Huh, okay," feeling. It's never outright bad but never that great either, with the exception of the fun Sana Starros/Lando team-up. I liked the annual issue written by Jason Latour with art by Michael Walsh;...

    I actually greatly enjoy single shot stories. I really do. But at this point in the series I would love to see more consistent long-form storytelling. (Though interludes with R2-D2 just straight up wrecking fools are always appreciated) ...

    single issues of SW very average, seemed filler for the series. 36 (revenge of the astromech) was entertaining, prob 4 star. 34 (thirteen crates) was a solid 3-3.5, and the annual was too. The art brings the rating up to the 3 for me. ...

  • John H
    Dec 29, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

  • FanboyBen
    Oct 08, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

  • Lance Shadow
    Jan 03, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

  • Kaye
    Oct 18, 2017

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

  • Grant
    Feb 08, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...

    The not terribly conclusive conclusion of the Aaron run, told relay-style through a series of character spotlights - and as the cover suggests, R2 on the motherfucking rampage is the clear highlight. ...

    A collection of one-shots that doesn't follow an ongoing storyline but rather focuses each issue on a different fan favorite from the series cast, including R2, Lando, Han and Ben. Individually entertaining, but unexpected from a title that up till now has had multi-issue arcs as the m...

    I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last couple of SW books. ...

    Sometimes, this series has new and interesting adventures. Most times, it's like Jason Aaron wants me to be thinking, "Gee, I wonder if Han and Leia will ever kiss?". ...

    This volume is basically a collection of one-shots. You kind of have to take it for what they are and suspend the need for context. It might be a little confusing, but its not all that bad; at least for me. For the first time in awhile I'm not feeling disappointed or being left with qu...

    I enjoyed this book more than the rest - it's all one-offs, short adventures, where there?s space to explore the characters and their relationships. That?s what I?ve enjoyed most about this whole run, when there?s time to do some more of that. I love the idea of Luke and Leia s...

    The last of these collections, Yoda's Secret War was a total mess. Aaron wrote himself against a wall and couldn't get away from the crappy situation he had written himself into. For that reason, I had my doubts that the next one would be of great quality and there was little hope of s...

    This volume of the ongoing Marvel Star Wars series is a little different than the past ones in that each issue follows a different group of protagonists. There's first a Luke and Leia story. It features a really col AT-AT scene. Then there's a Sana and Lando story. I like seeing Lando ...

    Okay, I'm gonna start out by saying that this installment of the Disney canon Star Wars comics was genuinely fun to read. The Star Wars Disney canon comics kind of bounce back and forth between being plot-arc volumes and just random collections of issues, and this is one of the bett...

    This is an improvement over the previous volume, but not a significant one. It's a series of loosely related one-off stories focusing on different characters, which means Aaron's skill for Star Wars dialog doesn't get as much chance to shine. And none of the stories have a whole lot of...

    This was a fun collection of stand alone adventures featuring the heroes and villains writer Jason Aaron used throughout his tenure as Star Wars writer. (This edition features his final work.) Along with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, and the droids, you have Sana Starros, and the SCAR troop...

    A collection of short stories. Sana, Han, Kreel and R2 had cool stories. Everything else was just okay or forgettable. I prefer story arcs to stand alone episodes. Some of the stories do a little to address the larger story which is nice. The art is at times horrendous. In some places ...

  • Geoffrey Payne
    Jan 14, 2018

    And with that, Jason Aaron?s storied run on Marvel?s flagship ?Star Wars? title comes to an end. Volume 6 ? ?Out Among the Stars? collects issues #33-37, the majority of which are one-shot issues featuring individual adventures with the usual gang of heroes, as well as Sa...

    Another day, another review, another on going series. This one is for the sixth volume of Jason Aaron's "Star Wars", the flagship title for Marvel's comic book canon. Jason Aaron started off really strong with this series. Skywalker Strikes and Rebel Jail were both solid, and Vader...

    When I heard that Jason Aaron's final arc of Star Wars was all one and done stories, I was a little disappointed. He'd built up a good ongoing plot, and to see him cast it all aside felt a bit cheap. Then I read the volume, and it honestly reads like the best of his run. Each issue ...

    Jason Aaron wraps up his tenor on the main Star Wars title with an arc of rotating one-shot stories that all tie together a little bit. Scar Squadron returns! Han does some smuggling! R2-D2 takes down a bunch of Stormtroppers! I don't mean to sound salty, because it's not a bad vo...

    Despite (or maybe because?) it's a bunch of one-off stories, this is one of the most enjoyable volumes of the Aaron's run. Didn't love the annual, but every other issue is solid. ...

    I wasn't expecting this volume to be made up of stand alone stories so that kind of threw me off at the start but I ended up really enjoying it. I think this might be my favorite volume of the series so far. The stand alone stories offered a good variety of characters and planets and a...