Legend Found

Legend Found

The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks...but can he get the job done in time? Then, Black Squadron faces their next assignment. Is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew...and that means it's prison break time! Plus, Poe Dameron has never The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor S...

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Title:Legend Found
Author:Charles Soule
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Genres:Media Tie In
ISBN:1302907433
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Legend Found Reviews

  • Lindsey
    Jun 06, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

  • Silvana
    Jun 02, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

  • Stephanie
    Aug 01, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

  • Miss Clark
    Sep 04, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

    The Poe series has been mostly weak. It has its moments, and some interesting tie-in stuff. However I was hoping it would be more along the lines of the old x-wing novels only featuring black squadron. It?s not been, and the story suffers trying to shoehorn itself into the canon at t...

    Another great addition to one of the best Star Wars comic lines in continuation. These adventures add context to the search for Lor San Tekka and highlight further the relationship he has with Leia. I look forward to the next volume! ...

    This has been my favorite entry. Lor San Tekka looms large here and his connection to the new trilogy is solidified. There is now a clear set-up to The Force Awakens and I cannot wait to read the next volume that will tie everything up. ...

    One thing I have to say about this book: the ending was great! Whether it was the things that happened, the artwork, or all the talk about the Force, I don't know, but it gave me a really nice feeling inside and I love this story because of that :) ...

    Ajuda a compor o Ep VII. ...

    3.5 stars I wish that we would get to see this version of Poe and all of Black Sqaudron in the films! Honestly, just give them their own solo film. One more volume to go... ...

  • Dreximgirl
    Aug 06, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

  • Don
    Jul 15, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

  • Paul Decker
    May 23, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

  • Kevin
    Apr 19, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

  • Jorge Figueroa
    May 29, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Sep 03, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

  • Ahdom
    Apr 19, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

    The Poe series has been mostly weak. It has its moments, and some interesting tie-in stuff. However I was hoping it would be more along the lines of the old x-wing novels only featuring black squadron. It?s not been, and the story suffers trying to shoehorn itself into the canon at t...

    Another great addition to one of the best Star Wars comic lines in continuation. These adventures add context to the search for Lor San Tekka and highlight further the relationship he has with Leia. I look forward to the next volume! ...

  • Jordan Anderson
    May 29, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

  • Sevia
    May 02, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

  • sassafrass
    May 18, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

  • Elena
    Jul 10, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

  • Adam Fisher
    Aug 15, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

  • Neil Coulter
    Aug 19, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

  • Chris
    Jun 03, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

  • Chad
    Aug 03, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

  • Aneez
    Jun 06, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

  • Mark
    Jul 30, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

    The Poe series has been mostly weak. It has its moments, and some interesting tie-in stuff. However I was hoping it would be more along the lines of the old x-wing novels only featuring black squadron. It?s not been, and the story suffers trying to shoehorn itself into the canon at t...

    Another great addition to one of the best Star Wars comic lines in continuation. These adventures add context to the search for Lor San Tekka and highlight further the relationship he has with Leia. I look forward to the next volume! ...

    This has been my favorite entry. Lor San Tekka looms large here and his connection to the new trilogy is solidified. There is now a clear set-up to The Force Awakens and I cannot wait to read the next volume that will tie everything up. ...

  • Ben Brown
    Mar 30, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

  • Chris
    Jun 26, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

  • Joanna (BookandPages)
    Oct 13, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

  • Teresa
    Jun 09, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

  • Jedi Master Megan
    Jul 10, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

    The Poe series has been mostly weak. It has its moments, and some interesting tie-in stuff. However I was hoping it would be more along the lines of the old x-wing novels only featuring black squadron. It?s not been, and the story suffers trying to shoehorn itself into the canon at t...

    Another great addition to one of the best Star Wars comic lines in continuation. These adventures add context to the search for Lor San Tekka and highlight further the relationship he has with Leia. I look forward to the next volume! ...

    This has been my favorite entry. Lor San Tekka looms large here and his connection to the new trilogy is solidified. There is now a clear set-up to The Force Awakens and I cannot wait to read the next volume that will tie everything up. ...

    One thing I have to say about this book: the ending was great! Whether it was the things that happened, the artwork, or all the talk about the Force, I don't know, but it gave me a really nice feeling inside and I love this story because of that :) ...

  • Geoffrey Payne
    May 29, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

  • Magnus Meling
    Jul 04, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

  • Rafael
    Apr 19, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

    The Poe series has been mostly weak. It has its moments, and some interesting tie-in stuff. However I was hoping it would be more along the lines of the old x-wing novels only featuring black squadron. It?s not been, and the story suffers trying to shoehorn itself into the canon at t...

    Another great addition to one of the best Star Wars comic lines in continuation. These adventures add context to the search for Lor San Tekka and highlight further the relationship he has with Leia. I look forward to the next volume! ...

    This has been my favorite entry. Lor San Tekka looms large here and his connection to the new trilogy is solidified. There is now a clear set-up to The Force Awakens and I cannot wait to read the next volume that will tie everything up. ...

    One thing I have to say about this book: the ending was great! Whether it was the things that happened, the artwork, or all the talk about the Force, I don't know, but it gave me a really nice feeling inside and I love this story because of that :) ...

    Ajuda a compor o Ep VII. ...

  • Jon
    Sep 01, 2018

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, ...

    Yet another great volume of ?Poe Dameron.? One of the things I?ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp ? the stories that he?s telling don?t try to be about anything bigger or more mo...

    Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, no...

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes. ...

    The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and...

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him. ...

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews. ...

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy readi...

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :) ...

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions...

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being ...

    The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here. Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia tr...

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works...

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an ot...

    A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Aw...

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly stron...

    Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel. "The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it." There is so much about this issue that I loved! ?The artwork is phenomenal. ?Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't ha...

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughe...

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black ...

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend. ...

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer. ...

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time. ...

    Po ne úpln? slavném za?átku je Poe najednou m?j nejoblíben?j?í SW komiks (Aphru mám je?t? rad?i, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom te? bude, kdy? u? ji nepí?e Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skv?lé p?íb?hy. Jenom tak dál. ...

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I?ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8. ...

    The Poe series has been mostly weak. It has its moments, and some interesting tie-in stuff. However I was hoping it would be more along the lines of the old x-wing novels only featuring black squadron. It?s not been, and the story suffers trying to shoehorn itself into the canon at t...