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Star Wars: Chewbacca



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Known as the skilled co-pilot of the infamous Millennium Falcon, the legendary Wookiee warrior CHEWBACCA stars in his very own adventure! After the battle of Yavin, Chewbacca is on his own when he crash lands his ship on an Imperial occupied planet. Now stranded, Chewie finds himself caught in the middle of trying to return to the rebellion and helping a young and feisty girl in need.


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  1. Sojitendo
    Rated 3 out of 5

    sojitendo

    I didn’t really like this comic all that much. I think it is the weakest of the ones I have read so far. Even though Chewbacca is the titular character, it’s not really his story. That could be okay, except that for most of the story it feels like his role could have been filled by anyone big and strong and sufficiently uh rebellious. I get why he’s a trickier focus character, given the limits to writing actual dialogue for him, but I wish the author had managed to make the story feel more distinctly “Chewie.”

    The overall plot and the original characters were a bit underwhelming too. Kid trying to rescue her dad and community from slavery/the Empire is simple. I’m okay with a simple plot though. Zarros plays well as a hero, but I didn’t feel a strong connection to her or her father. I think compared to other characters who originated in or get their most development in the comics, she is one of the weaker ones. I felt a lot more for characters like Evaan, L’ulo, Sana etc than I did for Zarro.

    I will say I really loved the final issue. Chewie and Zarro outsmarting the Empire and the main villain of the series getting his comeuppance was awesome. And I love how the story closes with Chewbacca going home and reuniting with his own family and people. It was touching, and tied in really nicely with Zarro’s story.

    One other random thought — I LOVE the one page near the beginning that is a drawing of a Chewie resting in a field of pink flowers. It was really pretty and cute and made me smile.

    All in all, this story is just average. I give it a 3 on here, but its probably more a 2.5 stars. It’s a quick read, so it’s very easy to get through even if you’re not feeling it. But it’s not really any big loss if you skip this one

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