Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 5: The Spark and the Fire

Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 5: The Spark and the Fire

Lor San Tekka has been found! Now Poe Dameron is off to recover the missing link to legendary Jedi master Luke Skywalker's whereabouts. But his plan goes astray when the First Order intervenes on Jakku... Meanwhile, the rest of Black Squadron takes off on their most daring mission yet! Follow everyone's favorite Resistance crew as Poe Dameron tells Rey and Finn all about h Lor San Tekka has been found! Now Poe Dameron is off to recover the missing link to legendary Jedi master Luke Skywalker'...

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Title:Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 5: The Spark and the Fire
Author:Charles Soule
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Genres:Media Tie In
ISBN:1302911708
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:176 pages pages

Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 5: The Spark and the Fire Reviews

  • C
    Dec 12, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

  • Julie
    Mar 28, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

  • Nick Scott
    Jan 21, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

  • Dreximgirl
    Dec 28, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

  • Paul Decker
    Dec 17, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

  • Kavinay
    Dec 10, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

    Fifth book and end of this long Poe Dameron's run. And it was very nice, especially epic last issue. Poe goes out (of this story) his style - big, brave and bold. But I have a strong feeling that after the next new episode of Star Wars movie he may be coming back, again filling gaps be...

    4.5 We all know I love Poe Dameron and I love Poe And Leia working together kicking butt for the Resistance. While I?m sad that this is the last volume of the series, the story and the characterization is so well developed and necessary, something that the last movie The Last Jedi ...

    THIS IS THE LAST OF THE POE DAMERON COMICS AND I'M SAD :( Anyways, I really really really loved this one cause it filled in a lot of what we weren't sure happened in Force Awakens, and it even goes into some stuff that happens AFTER Last Jedi. Plus MY BROT3 SHOWS UP IN HERE!! REY, FIN...

    I loved that we got more of Poe's story, which was sadly lacking in "The Last Jedi". I love the stories that take place in the margins and cracks and this was satisfying to read. We get more of an idea of who Poe is and what his crew is up to, giving the readers a bit of hope that not ...

    The Poe Dameron series is okay... but there's nothing really of note that goes on here. Both in terms of canon or drama. Do we really learn anything or care anymore about the cast by the end of its run? Probably not. ...

  • Brandon
    Dec 20, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

    Fifth book and end of this long Poe Dameron's run. And it was very nice, especially epic last issue. Poe goes out (of this story) his style - big, brave and bold. But I have a strong feeling that after the next new episode of Star Wars movie he may be coming back, again filling gaps be...

    4.5 We all know I love Poe Dameron and I love Poe And Leia working together kicking butt for the Resistance. While I?m sad that this is the last volume of the series, the story and the characterization is so well developed and necessary, something that the last movie The Last Jedi ...

    THIS IS THE LAST OF THE POE DAMERON COMICS AND I'M SAD :( Anyways, I really really really loved this one cause it filled in a lot of what we weren't sure happened in Force Awakens, and it even goes into some stuff that happens AFTER Last Jedi. Plus MY BROT3 SHOWS UP IN HERE!! REY, FIN...

    I loved that we got more of Poe's story, which was sadly lacking in "The Last Jedi". I love the stories that take place in the margins and cracks and this was satisfying to read. We get more of an idea of who Poe is and what his crew is up to, giving the readers a bit of hope that not ...

    The Poe Dameron series is okay... but there's nothing really of note that goes on here. Both in terms of canon or drama. Do we really learn anything or care anymore about the cast by the end of its run? Probably not. ...

    Sad to see this series end. Alongside the original run of DARTH VADER this was the best the Star Wars comics had to offer. That being said, the first few issues are a bit clunky here, but once it gets going the quality is everything you come to expect from Soule. ...

  • Nicolas
    Mar 07, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Feb 25, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

  • Helena R-D
    Jul 19, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

    Fifth book and end of this long Poe Dameron's run. And it was very nice, especially epic last issue. Poe goes out (of this story) his style - big, brave and bold. But I have a strong feeling that after the next new episode of Star Wars movie he may be coming back, again filling gaps be...

    4.5 We all know I love Poe Dameron and I love Poe And Leia working together kicking butt for the Resistance. While I?m sad that this is the last volume of the series, the story and the characterization is so well developed and necessary, something that the last movie The Last Jedi ...

    THIS IS THE LAST OF THE POE DAMERON COMICS AND I'M SAD :( Anyways, I really really really loved this one cause it filled in a lot of what we weren't sure happened in Force Awakens, and it even goes into some stuff that happens AFTER Last Jedi. Plus MY BROT3 SHOWS UP IN HERE!! REY, FIN...

    I loved that we got more of Poe's story, which was sadly lacking in "The Last Jedi". I love the stories that take place in the margins and cracks and this was satisfying to read. We get more of an idea of who Poe is and what his crew is up to, giving the readers a bit of hope that not ...

  • Ahdom
    Sep 26, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

  • Jordan Anderson
    Dec 08, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

  • Carrie
    Jan 06, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Feb 01, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

  • sassafrass
    Dec 17, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

  • Anna
    Mar 10, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

  • Adam Fisher
    Apr 02, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

  • Meagan Kimberly
    Sep 30, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

  • Benji Glaab
    Jan 21, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

  • Mercedes
    Jan 01, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

  • Neil R. Coulter
    Dec 21, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

  • Aneez
    Feb 03, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

  • Anna Catherman
    Feb 25, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

  • Ben Brown
    Sep 27, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

  • Chris
    Jan 24, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

    Fifth book and end of this long Poe Dameron's run. And it was very nice, especially epic last issue. Poe goes out (of this story) his style - big, brave and bold. But I have a strong feeling that after the next new episode of Star Wars movie he may be coming back, again filling gaps be...

    4.5 We all know I love Poe Dameron and I love Poe And Leia working together kicking butt for the Resistance. While I?m sad that this is the last volume of the series, the story and the characterization is so well developed and necessary, something that the last movie The Last Jedi ...

  • Rocky Sunico
    Feb 08, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

  • Teresa
    Feb 24, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

  • Jedi Master Megan
    Jan 12, 2019

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

    Fifth book and end of this long Poe Dameron's run. And it was very nice, especially epic last issue. Poe goes out (of this story) his style - big, brave and bold. But I have a strong feeling that after the next new episode of Star Wars movie he may be coming back, again filling gaps be...

    4.5 We all know I love Poe Dameron and I love Poe And Leia working together kicking butt for the Resistance. While I?m sad that this is the last volume of the series, the story and the characterization is so well developed and necessary, something that the last movie The Last Jedi ...

    THIS IS THE LAST OF THE POE DAMERON COMICS AND I'M SAD :( Anyways, I really really really loved this one cause it filled in a lot of what we weren't sure happened in Force Awakens, and it even goes into some stuff that happens AFTER Last Jedi. Plus MY BROT3 SHOWS UP IN HERE!! REY, FIN...

  • Geoffrey Payne
    Dec 31, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

  • Václav
    Oct 02, 2018

    While it didn?t start off as strong as some of Marvel?s other ?Star Wars? series, I?m loathe to think of another comic series that improved quite as much as Charles Soule?s ?Poe Dameron? did over the course of its 31 issues. This final arc, which takes place concurrentl...

    I love how this takes place where The Last Jedi leaves off. Gives us a a nice slice while we wait for Episode VIIII. ...

    Awesome ending to a great star wars run. I have total faith in Soule when it comes to Star wars his Darth Vader Lord of the Sith series is excellent aswell. Maybe there will be more to come as some events take place a few days after the last jedi movie episode 8. This volume differ...

    The first four volumes of this series (as much as I remember of them, which isn't very much) built a steady story of Black Squadron and Poe Dameron's search for Lor San Tekka. What was finally revealed about Lor San Tekka was not especially enlightening, and now this final volume skips...

    The final volume of Poe Dameron?s adventures fills in what he and Black Squadron were up to while off-screen during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It opens delightfully, with Poe, Rey, and Finn getting to know each other over a drink in the Millennium Falcon. These scenes were ...

    Honestly, this whole series is such a fun space romp. I was particularly a fan of the vibrant artwork, and Poe Dameron's character is just fantastic, as are the rest of Black Squadron. Definitely had the heart of the Star Wars franchise. ...

    Finally we get to see events that happen during Force Awakens and Last Jedi, as well as after! As Poe, Rey and Finn sit at the Dejarik table on the Falcon, they begin to tell stories that cover some of the plot holes from the movies. Contained: - How did Poe escape from Jakku? He tra...

    I'm going to miss this graphic novel series - though as we have caught up with the released films I can definitely understand why they are finishing it here. I really loved the artwork in this volume with the exception of the Annual which had really odd art which I didn't like at all. ...

    This is the conclusion of the ongoing Poe Dameron comic series. Over the first four volumes, Black Squadron went on missions for the Resistance gathering intel on the rising First Order. This volume begins at the conclusion of The Last Jedi with Poe, Rey, and Finn aboard the Falcon. Th...

    There was a lot riding in this collection. As a conclusion to a fairly entertaining, if not consistent, series, I had a lot of hope for The Hope and the Fire. Soule really took this series from a weird and unnecessary beginning to something that actually mattered and was probably one t...

    A fitting end to what (surprisingly) has become one of my favorite comic series, The Spark and the Fire does a good job tying up loose ends while leaving plenty of questions for future stories. Much of this volume dedicated to retelling TFA and TLJ from different POVs, including BB-...

    Well that was a disappointing conclusion to the Poe Dameron series. It's been an up and down ride, but it's almost always been fun - hard not to be when a series stars the self-proclaimed best pilot in the galaxy! This fifth and final volume, though, was not fun. It was a dull rehash o...

    Given a lot of this book feels like a clip show that sort of tries to fill in some of the gaps between the new canon movies, this book really feels more like a 3.5 stars than a full 4, if you get my meaning. It has a lot of the usual action and antics that we've come to expect from the...

    I wouldn't have expected a "fill-in" story like this to be so interesting, but Charles Soule and company pulled it off. We get to see Poe and Rey and Finn getting to know each other a bit, and what the rest of Black Squadron was doing during The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There's...

    I absolutely loved all the interactions between Rey, Finn and Poe (though I am kind of irritated that Poe apparently gave Finn his jacket because it almost killed him, way to firmly No Homo that moment Disney, we get it, no gays in space!) but the huge stretches about Black Squadron we...

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am h...

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books. It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi. ...

    Outside of the thrill of seeing Poe, Rey, and Finn post-The Last Jedi, this was another fun and exciting adventure as Poe tells Rey and Finn how he survived on Jakku, then receives a message from Black Squadron that explains what they were up to during TLJ. I really like all of these c...

    This is a great one! It takes place immediately after the end of The Last Jedi, but is mostly reminiscences. It fills in some gaps from The Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, plus establishes a bit of a bond between the trio of Poe and Rey and Finn. A little bit of post-Last Jedi action ...

    Gotta say I think this was a perfect ending to the series. The story was exciting and there were some stunning panels spread throughout the issues. My only problem was with the way they put the annual #2 at the end of the collection. I think it took a bit away from the way the series e...

    This volume of Poe Dameron encapsulates what is wrong with Star Wars recently (and the sequels trilogy in particular) - it's directionless. The stories jump all around the place, plugging plot holes in already immemorable stories. Also prominently featured in this volume is Snap Wexle...

    For better or worse, that's a wrap on the Poe Dameron series. For me, this never got off the ground. Forcing to live primarily in a pre Force Awakens era tied it's hands from the start. It was nice to get a little plot movement towards the end, but the then it was really too late. Plus...

    Once again, the comics fill in much needed gaps from the movies. Pretty funny to read dialogue that would literally take three seconds in the films, that give us information that actually makes things make sense. So, a really important volume to help with a few of the head scratches fr...

    This wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the other volumes. The majority of the issues are flashbacks to TFA, which makes the story feel quite stale if you've already seen the movie. There's a few moments of respite when we get to see Finn, Rey, and Poe interact in the present but the bad ov...

    Fifth book and end of this long Poe Dameron's run. And it was very nice, especially epic last issue. Poe goes out (of this story) his style - big, brave and bold. But I have a strong feeling that after the next new episode of Star Wars movie he may be coming back, again filling gaps be...