Star Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Jedha

Star Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Jedha

The possibility-and destruction-of the Death Star has changed everything. The Death Star's destruction proves the Empire is not irresistible. But a Death Star has been built, and it can't happen again. The specter of the Empire's true power has brought together a patchwork cloth of people, united in hope. From the desolation of Jedha to the search for new bases, these rebe The possibility-and destruction-of the Death Star has changed everything. The Death Star's destruction proves the Empire ...

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Title:Star Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Jedha
Author:Kieron Gillen
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Genres:Media Tie In
ISBN:1302910523
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Star Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Jedha Reviews

  • Alejandro
    Jun 12, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

  • Travis Duke
    Jun 16, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

  • Paul Decker
    Apr 10, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

  • James Elkins
    Mar 11, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

    I read this as a series of single issues rather than collected edition. Here?s the thing about EVERY Star Wars Expanded Universe story that takes place between episodes: there?s no dramatic tension. The current run of Marvel Comics second go at Star Wars Takes place place betwee...

  • Tiago
    Aug 23, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

  • Anthony
    Mar 07, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

  • Sam Quixote
    Aug 04, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

  • David
    Jul 29, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

    I read this as a series of single issues rather than collected edition. Here?s the thing about EVERY Star Wars Expanded Universe story that takes place between episodes: there?s no dramatic tension. The current run of Marvel Comics second go at Star Wars Takes place place betwee...

    For the first time in the history of the newer Disney Star Wars comics, we have a new team on the book, and this first volume was really good, and really fun. We have the writer of the first Disney Star Wars Darth Vader series (which was excellent, most of the time, and I couldn't reco...

    0 ABY This 7th volume of the new line of Star Wars comics contains issues 38-43, or "The Ashes of Jedha" Parts 1-6. In this story arc, the Empire returns to Jedha aiming to collect any more kyber crystals that may have survived the test run of the Death Star blast. The Rebel Allia...

    The newest (at the time of writing) entry in Marvel's on-going Star Wars series, that sees Luke, Han, Leia et al travel to the planet of Jedha between the events of 'A New Hope' and 'The Empire Strikes Back': the planet, that is, that first appeared in the relatively-recent movie 'Rogu...

  • Jordan Anderson
    May 26, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Apr 09, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

  • Jorge de la Vega
    Mar 04, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

  • Jonathan Roberts
    May 13, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

  • Darren
    Oct 06, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

  • Q.
    May 19, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

  • Jesse A
    Nov 09, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

  • Neil R. Coulter
    Jul 28, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

  • Jamie
    Jan 09, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

    I read this as a series of single issues rather than collected edition. Here?s the thing about EVERY Star Wars Expanded Universe story that takes place between episodes: there?s no dramatic tension. The current run of Marvel Comics second go at Star Wars Takes place place betwee...

    For the first time in the history of the newer Disney Star Wars comics, we have a new team on the book, and this first volume was really good, and really fun. We have the writer of the first Disney Star Wars Darth Vader series (which was excellent, most of the time, and I couldn't reco...

    0 ABY This 7th volume of the new line of Star Wars comics contains issues 38-43, or "The Ashes of Jedha" Parts 1-6. In this story arc, the Empire returns to Jedha aiming to collect any more kyber crystals that may have survived the test run of the Death Star blast. The Rebel Allia...

    The newest (at the time of writing) entry in Marvel's on-going Star Wars series, that sees Luke, Han, Leia et al travel to the planet of Jedha between the events of 'A New Hope' and 'The Empire Strikes Back': the planet, that is, that first appeared in the relatively-recent movie 'Rogu...

    This is the most unsatisfying volume of the new Star Wars comics yet. While I like that they linked the storyline to Rogue One and they return to Jedha - it makes complete sense given the time period - the plot was run-of-the-mill and the new villain characters, while each had interest...

  • Chad
    Jun 13, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

  • Jeff
    Apr 18, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

    I read this as a series of single issues rather than collected edition. Here?s the thing about EVERY Star Wars Expanded Universe story that takes place between episodes: there?s no dramatic tension. The current run of Marvel Comics second go at Star Wars Takes place place betwee...

    For the first time in the history of the newer Disney Star Wars comics, we have a new team on the book, and this first volume was really good, and really fun. We have the writer of the first Disney Star Wars Darth Vader series (which was excellent, most of the time, and I couldn't reco...

    0 ABY This 7th volume of the new line of Star Wars comics contains issues 38-43, or "The Ashes of Jedha" Parts 1-6. In this story arc, the Empire returns to Jedha aiming to collect any more kyber crystals that may have survived the test run of the Death Star blast. The Rebel Allia...

    The newest (at the time of writing) entry in Marvel's on-going Star Wars series, that sees Luke, Han, Leia et al travel to the planet of Jedha between the events of 'A New Hope' and 'The Empire Strikes Back': the planet, that is, that first appeared in the relatively-recent movie 'Rogu...

    This is the most unsatisfying volume of the new Star Wars comics yet. While I like that they linked the storyline to Rogue One and they return to Jedha - it makes complete sense given the time period - the plot was run-of-the-mill and the new villain characters, while each had interest...

    ASHES OF JEDHA is a sequel of sorts to the film ROGUE ONE. I've only seen the film once and that was on the big screen so I am not familiar enough with all of the characters and plot points to get the references made here. A friend needed to remind me what kyber crystals were, for exam...

  • Michael Kikle
    Apr 19, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

    I read this as a series of single issues rather than collected edition. Here?s the thing about EVERY Star Wars Expanded Universe story that takes place between episodes: there?s no dramatic tension. The current run of Marvel Comics second go at Star Wars Takes place place betwee...

    For the first time in the history of the newer Disney Star Wars comics, we have a new team on the book, and this first volume was really good, and really fun. We have the writer of the first Disney Star Wars Darth Vader series (which was excellent, most of the time, and I couldn't reco...

  • Sarina
    Feb 02, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

  • Roy
    Feb 10, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

  • Ben Brown
    Feb 17, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

  • Kari Trenten
    Mar 08, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

  • Ellie
    Feb 04, 2019

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

  • Teresa
    Jun 06, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

    Writing was relatively weak in this volume versus the others I?ve read in the series. Artwork also was a little off-putting, especially with the faces and Jedha scenes (lightning, etc). ...

    This is a complete story which takes up the whole of this volume, in which Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca face the legacy and ruins left behind in Rogue One. It also brought back Queen Trios of Shul-Torun in Darth Vader comics, a character who brought bac...

    So Chewie, Luke and Han -especially Han- got their mojo back after my previous grievances with their portrayal in The Screaming Citadel, becomes once more the heroes this galaxy -and us loyal Warsies- deserve. Han in particular takes a step in the right direction towards becoming the n...

    Ashes of Jedha may not be the worst of the new Marvel Star Wars line, but it?s definitely down towards the bottom...somewhere between Yoda?s Secret War and Obi-wan and Anakin. The problem isn?t with the idea of the story. Going back to Jedha seems kind of cool, especially sinc...

    I read this as a series of single issues rather than collected edition. Here?s the thing about EVERY Star Wars Expanded Universe story that takes place between episodes: there?s no dramatic tension. The current run of Marvel Comics second go at Star Wars Takes place place betwee...

    For the first time in the history of the newer Disney Star Wars comics, we have a new team on the book, and this first volume was really good, and really fun. We have the writer of the first Disney Star Wars Darth Vader series (which was excellent, most of the time, and I couldn't reco...

    0 ABY This 7th volume of the new line of Star Wars comics contains issues 38-43, or "The Ashes of Jedha" Parts 1-6. In this story arc, the Empire returns to Jedha aiming to collect any more kyber crystals that may have survived the test run of the Death Star blast. The Rebel Allia...

  • Ramon
    Mar 07, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...

    Well-planned, with good moments. Gillen takes the main Star Wars title and hits the ground running, folding in Rogue One elements and even bringing along some characters from his Darth Vader run. ...

  • Kyle
    Apr 26, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

  • Magnus Meling
    Aug 19, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

  • A. Hydra
    May 14, 2018

    The fate of Jedha! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Star Wars? #38-43. This comic book run is set after the events of ?Star Wars IV: A New Hope?...

    The Screaming Citadel was as big a flashing red warning sign as there could?ve been that Kieron Gillen was NOT the writer to be taking over Star Wars from Jason Aaron and yet he still did. And The Ashes of Jedha is as terrible as The Screaming Citadel was. Right again, Marvel! Th...

    Another decent Star Wars story, another five-to-six issues of horrendous Savlador Larroca art?in other words, hey, it?s another ?Star Wars? arc! I know there are some people who don?t mind Larroca?s photorealistic style, but me, it?s an immediate turn-off, and serves to c...

    Keiron Gillen takes over the book from Jason Aaron and delivers a winning tale. In a Rogue One follow-up, Han, Luke, and Leia head to what's left of Jedha to help the local resistance keep the remaining kyber crystals out of the Empire's hand. The story feels a bit stretched at 6 issue...

    I miss the days when Marvel put good artists on the Star Wars books. I liked Aaron?s run but this book needed a change of writer to help give it some freshness and Gillen is someone I welcome to the title. He?s usually a solid writer and has already worked in the new Star Wars cano...

    Re read but still think its just early days of Gillens run. I started it again as I just finished his Vader run and loved it. Solid without the same impact as Aaron. ...

    Quick and instantly forgettable--yep, another Star Wars graphic novel. This one has a lot of references to Rogue One, which is good, since that's the best that Star Wars has been in the current era. But as is usually the case with these graphic novels, the story is really unnecessar...

    More middle of the road star wars. Gillen took over from Aaron and to be honest I can't really tell. The characters are so established that there isn't much marvel or disney is going to let an author do creatively (I'm guessing here). The story has a pretty big tie into Rogue one and t...

    Kieron Gillen graduates from Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra to the main Star Wars series as Luke, Leia, and Han head to the remains of the planet Jedha, destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Rogue One. I've really enjoyed all of Gillen's entries into the Star Wars universe so far,...

    Character's faces in this book have a strange finish applied which throws them into the uncanny valley. I think the artist was going for a photorealistic look (i.e. Alex Ross or Greg Land), but they failed miserably. ...

    Boring Wars, Vol. 7: The Ashes of Whatever ...

    Han calls Chewie 'Fluffbucket', pass it on ...

    This graphic novel is a tie-in to Rogue One essentially. It takes place on Jedha. Characters from the movie are both mentioned and appear. This ongoing series is beginning to stagnate in my opinion. There's only so much that can happen with the main crew just going on small side missio...

    The OG Star Wars characters face the fate of the Rogue One crew. I have been looking forward to this one for a while, but I must say I was a little disappointed. It was ok, but not as a good as it couldve been. Very cool to see Benthic, one of the "Two Tubes" in Rogue One (2016), inter...

    I love how the Star Wars shows, comics, movies, and books work together to make a larger, overarching story. I was impressed by Rogue One for its nods to Star Wars: the Clone Wars and I was impressed by this volume for following up on the events of Rogue One. It answered a lot of...

    I like that this story had it serious moments but also some moments of lightness. ...

    Solid book, slightly forgettable, wish there was a lightsaber battle scene but otherwise the plot was good. ...

    Great little book! Fun to see Han coming around to be the guy we see later in the trilogy! Good artwork and good fun! Recommended ...

    On certain subjects and fields so many tons of ink have been written that the mere pretension of adding something new appears as smug or illusory as, in the end, merely useless. Hence, almost unconsciously, we put ourselves on guard against an author who dares to publish a new essay on...