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Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #29

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.


Forced to take on a job for Crimson Dawn, the bounty hunters take on the Empire!

Valance has a mission of his own, one that will put everyone he cares about in danger!

What is the dark secret that threatens them all?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
22 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 97


    Ethan Sacks sets the table brilliantly as he continues to tie the world of Bounty Hunters in with his overall Crimson Dawn storyline. We get a few funny one-liners from Bossk during his fight with Tanka and the banter between Bossk and Tasu Leech prior to the fight. I’m also continuing to enjoy the writing for Valance who is reluctantly working with the Empire and somehow just about managing to justify it to himself. He makes a great comment during his mission briefing, which I suspect is the beginning of Valance’s attempts to get away from the Empire and resume his prior life as a Bounty Hunter. At least I hope so.

    Overall this continues to be a fun book with some fun character moments and great action.

  • 80

    Kicking off a new story arc, this issue almost works better if you know nothing about the Bounty Hunters series or just forget everything you experience in previous issues, as this chapter feels like it ignites an entirely new journey.

  • 80

    SWNN - Star Wars News Net

    Bounty Hunters #29 is a very solid issue that has the benefit of standing on the foundation of a solid last dozen or so issues. It’s still a bit shaky at times, but it never breaks. The groundwork laid by its two leads paved the way for this issue’s payoff. In different ways, both Valance and T’onga have become everything they hate while they were apart, and now here we are.

  • 60

    Impulse Gamer

    Some good action but you kind of expect it from this series by now, I can’t say if it is drawing to a close or not as I have thought that before.

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