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

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

Title : Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 5: The Spark and the Fire
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Number of Pages : 176 pages
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Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 5: The Spark and the Fire Reviews

  • Dreximgirl

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

    Overall I've really enjoyed this series about my fave character from the new films.

  • Ellie Scott-Allen

    I’ve read these comics for two years, what the fuck am I meant to do with my life now?

  • Ahdom

    I'm sad to see this one come to an end. I hope to see more post Battle of Jakku graphic novels come out after this. I don't feel like enough stories have been told from this era. I am sure that Resistance will explore alot and likeley more will fill the gaps after Episode IX but I am hoping for more comics as well. Poe is a great character to explore, but I think it was a good time to end it. Give us some Black Squadron novels or a Poe novel, that'd be great!

  • Craig

    An entertaining romp to finish up the series that has been one of the stronger Marvel SW books.

    It isn't particularly deep and it jumps around a lot, feeling a little schizophrenic at points but it is a fun read that brings the story from pre-Force Awakens to just post-Last Jedi.

    I wish that this series was continuing, so I guess that's a good sign that this one went out on a high rather than lasting past its prime.

  • Martijn Van

    Damn! This is good! Essential reading. Fills in gaps left behind by the force awakens and elevates the sequel triology to a new high. I didn't like the anual story and thought the art of it was really bad. But the rest of this collection is WOW.

  • Brandon

    Sad to see this series end. Alongside the original run of DARTH VADER this was the best the Star Wars comics had to offer.

    That being said, the first few issues are a bit clunky here, but once it gets going the quality is everything you come to expect from Soule.

  • Josiah

    Aside from a few pages, it’s as forgettable as the rest of the series. Borrow it if you absolutely must read it.