star wars: thrawn


Star Wars: Thrawn #5 Review &#8211 Hunting the Nightswan

Star Wars: Thrawn #5 Review – Hunting the Nightswan

The admiral is put in charge of the Batonn siege, and Governor Pryce returns to provide aid in the attack, as she hopes to meet up with her parents before things turn bloody.[caption id="attachment_865862" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Wars: Thrawn #5 Cover by Paul Renaud[/caption]Star Wars: Thrawn #4 continues the series’ streak of providing a compelling[...]

Star Wars: Thrawn #4 Review &#8211 ASMR Imperial Procedure Roleplay

Star Wars: Thrawn #4 Review – ASMR Imperial Procedure Roleplay

It’s up to Thrawn to discover the truth.[caption id="attachment_843733" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Wars: Thrawn #4 cover by Paul Renaud[/caption]While Thrawn #2 laid on the procedure and methodology of Imperial operations too heavily for its own good, #4 is almost relaxing in its ability to handle how the future Grand Admiral navigates said procedure.That’s to say,[...]

Star Wars Thrawn #3 Review: Backstabbing Promotions and Mines

Star Wars Thrawn #3 Review: Backstabbing, Promotions, and Mines

This leads her into contact with duplicitous Moffs, treasonous advocacy groups, Commander Thrawn, and even Grand Moff Tarkin.[caption id="attachment_826342" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Wars: Thrawn #3 cover by Paul Renaud[/caption]Star Wars: Thrawn #3 is another text-intensive and low-action issue in the miniseries, but this one improves on the previous installment with its House of Cards-esque backstabbing[...]

Star Wars Thrawn #2 Review: Wordy yet Interesting with a Great Lead

Star Wars Thrawn #2 Review: Wordy yet Interesting, with a Great Lead

While the crew is investigating, the Blood Crow is called to another situation, but Thrawn elects to stay with Vanto and others to try to get the Tibana Gas cruiser up and running.Another party may yet prove interested in the Tibana.[caption id="attachment_810017" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Wars: Thrawn #2 cover by Paul Renaud[/caption]Thrawn #2 skips forward[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of March 14th 2018: New Mutants Return and Vampironica Strikes Back

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of March 14th, 2018: New Mutants Return and Vampironica Strikes Back

In any case, X-Men characters![caption id="attachment_810017" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Wars: Thrawn #2 cover by Paul Renaud[/caption]Star Wars: Thrawn #2Thrawn has returned to comics in this miniseries that retells its origins in the Empire. Jody Houser and Luke Ross killed it with the first issue Thrawn is still a compelling and coldly frightening villain, and it should be great watching[...]