The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2)

The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2)

Aphra's back with a brand-new plan that's guaranteed to pay! There's just one teensy problem... it involves surrounding herself with some of the galaxy's biggest baddies. And they don't like the not-so-good doctor's tricks! Her mission to make quick credits by auctioning off an ancient Jedi artifact will start well... and end badly. And that's just when a dark figure from Aphra's back with a brand-new plan that's guaranteed to pay! There's just one teensy problem... it involves surrounding he...

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Title:The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2)
Author:Kieron Gillen
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1302907638
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:168 pages pages

The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2) Reviews

  • Lindsey
    Feb 28, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

    The Enormous Profit was anything but enormous, or really, anything but good. It?s not a bad collection, though it?s fairly boring and fairly safe. Which, now that I think about it, has been Marvel?s main path on their comics anyways. Shouldn?t be much of surprise. Just h...

    Really not a big surprise as I prefer Star Wars stories around new characters (ie . not the big three), but I really dug this. Long been a fan of Aphra and now that the annoying (in my opinion) droids are less a main part of the tale, I'm even more in. Oh, and the art was much be...

    I enjoyed the beginning and the ending but the middle was a jumbled mess with a glut of forgettable characters. It's only volume two in her series so I don't want to say I'm suffering from Aphra fatigue, but I much preferred her with Vader in his series. I hope to see them team up agai...

  • Craig
    Feb 07, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

    The Enormous Profit was anything but enormous, or really, anything but good. It?s not a bad collection, though it?s fairly boring and fairly safe. Which, now that I think about it, has been Marvel?s main path on their comics anyways. Shouldn?t be much of surprise. Just h...

    Really not a big surprise as I prefer Star Wars stories around new characters (ie . not the big three), but I really dug this. Long been a fan of Aphra and now that the annoying (in my opinion) droids are less a main part of the tale, I'm even more in. Oh, and the art was much be...

  • Don
    Mar 16, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

  • Frank
    Mar 02, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

  • Robert
    Apr 08, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

  • Tom
    Feb 07, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

  • Jay
    Feb 22, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

    The Enormous Profit was anything but enormous, or really, anything but good. It?s not a bad collection, though it?s fairly boring and fairly safe. Which, now that I think about it, has been Marvel?s main path on their comics anyways. Shouldn?t be much of surprise. Just h...

    Really not a big surprise as I prefer Star Wars stories around new characters (ie . not the big three), but I really dug this. Long been a fan of Aphra and now that the annoying (in my opinion) droids are less a main part of the tale, I'm even more in. Oh, and the art was much be...

    I enjoyed the beginning and the ending but the middle was a jumbled mess with a glut of forgettable characters. It's only volume two in her series so I don't want to say I'm suffering from Aphra fatigue, but I much preferred her with Vader in his series. I hope to see them team up agai...

    After a really solid first volume and the lacklustre Screaming Citadel crossover, Aphra?s story is picking up again. It?s a bit uneven, but it?s fun enough. I am perplexed at how the artists in this volume are making her look Caucasian, though, even though she clearly originally ...

  • Paul Decker
    Feb 15, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

  • Jorge Figueroa
    Feb 10, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

  • Timothy
    Mar 29, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

  • Sesana
    Feb 24, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Feb 12, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

  • Ahdom
    Nov 27, 2017

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

  • Jerry
    Apr 08, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

  • Mel
    Mar 07, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

  • Jordan Anderson
    Mar 20, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

    The Enormous Profit was anything but enormous, or really, anything but good. It?s not a bad collection, though it?s fairly boring and fairly safe. Which, now that I think about it, has been Marvel?s main path on their comics anyways. Shouldn?t be much of surprise. Just h...

  • Ryan Laferney
    Apr 02, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

  • Mary Beth
    Feb 19, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

  • Vince
    Apr 08, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

    The Enormous Profit was anything but enormous, or really, anything but good. It?s not a bad collection, though it?s fairly boring and fairly safe. Which, now that I think about it, has been Marvel?s main path on their comics anyways. Shouldn?t be much of surprise. Just h...

    Really not a big surprise as I prefer Star Wars stories around new characters (ie . not the big three), but I really dug this. Long been a fan of Aphra and now that the annoying (in my opinion) droids are less a main part of the tale, I'm even more in. Oh, and the art was much be...

    I enjoyed the beginning and the ending but the middle was a jumbled mess with a glut of forgettable characters. It's only volume two in her series so I don't want to say I'm suffering from Aphra fatigue, but I much preferred her with Vader in his series. I hope to see them team up agai...

    After a really solid first volume and the lacklustre Screaming Citadel crossover, Aphra?s story is picking up again. It?s a bit uneven, but it?s fun enough. I am perplexed at how the artists in this volume are making her look Caucasian, though, even though she clearly originally ...

    Gillen's Aphra is still one of the most fun things the extended universe has to over. Not for new readers (they should start with the first vader TPB) but for people who have invested in these characters the last couple of years. Gillen is not afraid to shake things up and i'm wond...

    This is way more fun than it should be for centering on the morally opposite mirrors of the famous of droids and Wookiee, accompanying the moral opposite of Han Solo and Indiana Jones wrapped into one. this volume raps up most of her plot complications, while reintroducing an old one. ...

  • Martijn Van
    Feb 24, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

    Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos?a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone?s part?and it?s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra?s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her...

    The Enormous Profit was anything but enormous, or really, anything but good. It?s not a bad collection, though it?s fairly boring and fairly safe. Which, now that I think about it, has been Marvel?s main path on their comics anyways. Shouldn?t be much of surprise. Just h...

    Really not a big surprise as I prefer Star Wars stories around new characters (ie . not the big three), but I really dug this. Long been a fan of Aphra and now that the annoying (in my opinion) droids are less a main part of the tale, I'm even more in. Oh, and the art was much be...

    I enjoyed the beginning and the ending but the middle was a jumbled mess with a glut of forgettable characters. It's only volume two in her series so I don't want to say I'm suffering from Aphra fatigue, but I much preferred her with Vader in his series. I hope to see them team up agai...

    After a really solid first volume and the lacklustre Screaming Citadel crossover, Aphra?s story is picking up again. It?s a bit uneven, but it?s fun enough. I am perplexed at how the artists in this volume are making her look Caucasian, though, even though she clearly originally ...

    Gillen's Aphra is still one of the most fun things the extended universe has to over. Not for new readers (they should start with the first vader TPB) but for people who have invested in these characters the last couple of years. Gillen is not afraid to shake things up and i'm wond...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Mar 19, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

  • Stephen Richter
    Mar 18, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

  • Peace
    Mar 27, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

  • Blindzider
    Feb 26, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

  • Sebastian Song
    Mar 17, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

  • FanboyBen
    Nov 21, 2017

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

  • Teresa
    Feb 20, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

  • Grant
    Feb 09, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

  • Stephen Hamilton
    Apr 07, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...

    Tangential to the main stories of the SW verse, as the best of spinoffs should be, and unencumbered by efforts to constantly reference or cross paths with established characters. * *Identical to my review of the first collection, because the quality has remained the same. ...

    Love the characters (esp. Triple Zero) and I thought the writing was quite good. the art was a bit of a miss for me, I didn't feel like Aphra looked like herself. ...

    This was a brilliant story. It took many unexpected twists and turns and was thrilling ride the entire way. Highly recommend ...

    Feels like an ending, though apparently it's only the end of Gillen's run. Quite a bit of fun to read, and I really like the title. ...

    Great story, art work and humor. Doctor Aphra series has great characters with snappy dialogue. ...

    Loved Gillen's humor, Aphra's complex characterization, and the fast paced plot. I'd really wish Disney would make a Doctor Aphra film. oh well. ...

    The zany adventures of our female space Indiana Jones continue as she auctions a priceless Jedi artefact. ...

    One of the most fun Star Wars stories and a window into where they can take the universe in other media. Yes, I want a Doctor Aphra series with, as the good doctor herself says, "...killer droids...murderous wookies" and "Sith Lords." This time out, Aphra holds an underground auctio...

    I?ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read ? even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader?s series. She?s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She?s funny, witty...

    The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to...

    0 ABY This is the second volume featuring Doctor Aphra, containing issues 9-13 as well as Annual #1. Aphra is an archaeologist who is constantly aiming to find (or steal?) artifacts to make a huge amount of money. Recently, Aphra has obtained an ancient Jedi artifact that, when awak...

    Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV...

    A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything tha...

    Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen d...

    After a bit of a step down in The Screaming Citadel, the Doctor Aphra series is back firing on all cylinders. It's wall-to-wall unabashed misanthropic fun, with plenty of character beats that land just right. This arc takes the story to some welcome places and has a terrific ending. I...

    The most important thing about this comic was that she ended up on Zeltros!!!!!! Now I can go and write Doctor Aphra and Dani femslash!!! Is it just me or do graphic novels get smaller and smaller these days? I remember when they were thick and contained MANY issues, this one I rea...

    A fun, entertaining read but... no more than that. There?s nothing wrong with it; certainly nothing that I can point to and say that I didn?t like, but it felt a little flat. It lacked the flair that we?d previously seen from Gillen?s writing of the character. The ending feels ...

  • Geoffrey Payne
    Mar 27, 2018

    The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke?rs ?Doctor Aphra? ranks, for my money, as one of this year?s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen?s prior ?Darth Vader? ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinc...

    Synopsis: Doctor Aphra's plan to make quick credits starts well...but ends badly! When she plans on selling an ancient Jedi artifact, she finds her life in danger from the galaxy's biggest villains, ranging from Darth Vader to the Hutts! Also: The fearsome Wookie bounty Hunter, Black K...

    Not sure why exactly but not as fun as the previous stories with the good Doctor. This arc seems to want to wrap up her current situation, that of having two murderous droids (my favorites) and a wookie following her around. However, these characters and her moral ambiguity made her in...

    I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are...

    Spinning out of Volume 1 and the Screaming Citadel crossover, Doctor Aphra now holds the Immortal Rur, an ancient Jedi AI, and she's going to sell him to the highest bidder. But wait, who invited Darth Vader? Plus, the secret origin of Black Krrsantan! Doctor Aphra is exactly the ki...

    This is yet another great collection from one of my favorite Star Wars comic series! I love how fresh the character of Doctor Aphra feels and how this series shows the galaxy from a different point of view. The only downside for me is the murder droids (not nearly as bad as they are in...