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Star Wars #32

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“THE SCREAMING CITADEL” – Part 4

The Queen’s influence is spreading…Our only hope lies in the kindness of scoundrels.

Publication Date
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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B06XSTMVPP

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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 84

    The Fandom Post

    Though I’ve kind of see-sawed on this storyline depending on what’s going on in this particular moment, this issue does a lot of fun things and keeps it moving. The Queen is still too much of an enigma and it lacks a certain weight in terms of story for why all of this matters, though hopefully the Rur aspect will factor in better once we get past this storyline itself. I like what we get out of pretty much all of the cast across the board, though once again I have to single out the droids for being so delicious, particularly with Triple-Zero calling Beetee a Death Star on wheels. That’s just perfection.

  • 80

    We Got This Covered

    “The Screaming Citadel” is clearly heading for a tremendous, satisfying climax, as the whole team is loving bringing Gothic horror to the Star Wars universe.

  • 75

    Black Nerd Problems

    Aaron has been very good to a storyline that really doesn’t deserve the fanfare that Marvel tried to sell. All the things that make a good Aaron book are all there so it’s not bad, per se. It’s just…why?

  • 60

    SciFiPulse

    Many overly familiar story elements and mixed visuals make this a middling installment for “The Screaming Citadel.” I’m hoping that this saga concludes in better fashion.

  • 58

    IGN

    Salvador Larroca’s Star Wars work has always been mixed at best, but lately his reliance on photo-referenced figures (especially those pulled directly from the original Star Wars movies), is becoming a huge distraction.

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