Star Wars Chewbaccaby Darko Macan, Dave Gibbons, Dusty Abell, Igor Kordey
Collects Chewbaca (2004) #1-4. When the Star Wars galaxy's greatest Wookiee met his heroic end in the New Jedi Order novel Vector Prime, shock waves ran through the ranks of Star Wars devotees everywhere. This commemorative collection details the history of the mighty Chewbacca! Written by longtime Star Wars writer Darko Macan, Chewbacca features a series of tales narrated by the characters who knew him best-including Lando Calrissian, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and Luke Skywalker-that reveal special glimpses not only of Chewbacca's heroic history, but of the mysterious and fascinating culture of his noble species. Don't miss the opportunity to say goodbye and farewell to this beloved character!
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For Chewie fans this will leave you wanting more. Great snapshots in an excellent format on filling in some of our loveable walking carpets history. Highly recommend for a quick read that will leave you smiling almost as if you were reflecting on someone you really knew. Agree the Leia story is a little out of character... Overall motivating to see (even in the fictitious realm) one that puts others before themselves. That's what Wookies do.
Many fans, including myself were upset when Chewbacca was killed in New Jedi Order: Vector Prime. This volume is a tribute to Chewbacca, with C-3P and R2-D2 interviewing Chewbacca¿s friends and family. Darko Macan scripts the entire volume, but a different artist provides art for each of the characters. The pairings are *** Brent Anderson ¿ Mallatobuck *** Igor Kordey ¿ Attichitcuk *** Jan Duursema ¿ Ssoh *** Dave Gibbons ¿ Mala Mala *** Dusty Abell ¿ Tvrrdko *** John Nadeau ¿ Wedge Antilles *** Martin Egeland ¿ Lando Calrissian *** Kilian Plunkett ¿ Leia Organa-Solo *** Rafael Kayanan ¿ Luke Skywalker *** Dusty Abell ¿ Han Solo A few of the stories are brilliant, but most are average at best. Several of the characters aren¿t quite themselves, including Leia, who is portrayed as a very selfish child throwing a temper tantrum. I recommend Star Wars: Empire graphic novels for a good classy Star Wars read which can be enjoyed by all, which sadly this isn¿t. This reprints Chewbacca #1-4 published by Dark Horse.