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Star Wars: Volume 2: Showdown On Smugglers Moon Review

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The reimagined Star Wars Marvel Comic Book series has been a blast thus far. Adding a wealth of backstory to all of it’s heroes, the graphic novels have succeeded due to their character development and plot points that intersect perfectly into the films. Back with the second volume of the main series, Showdown On Smugglers […]

Star Wars: Darth Vader: Volume 2: Shadows And Secrets Review


Star Wars: Darth Vader: Volume 1 painted out the big bad Sith Lord in a way that was true to his nature and removed all memory of the camp and cringy Prequels. Full of twists and turns, cameos and frantic battles, the story hooked me in from the off and delivered on a lot of […]

Star Wars: Han Solo Review

star wars hans solo graphic novel review by deffinition as part of my marvel graphic novel read through

Han Solo is arguably one of Pop culture’s coolest characters. His rogue anti-hero persona has seen him rise through the ranks in popularity and if there’s a top ten list of badasses floating about the internet, chances are his name is on it. However, the character has often been criticised as being a side one […]

Star Wars: Volume 1: Skywalker Strikes Review

star wars skywalker strikes review by deffinition as part of the marvel comic book series readthrough

Star Wars: Volume 1: Skywalker Strikes Review By Deffinition Star Wars possesses a rich history when it comes to print. There have been several storylines far beyond the cinematic universe that have expanded the films in successful ways. Now, newly bought by Disney, the film company have teamed the franchise up with Marvel in order […]

Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol 1: Vader Review

Star Wars Darth Vader Vader Down Graphic Novel Review By Deffinition

Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol 1: Vader Review By Deffinition Darth Vader is one of cultures biggest commodities. Chances are if it’s Star Wars related it has the villains jet black helmet plastered all over it. But why is this character so ingrained into the public conscious? Is it because he shows that every one […]

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