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Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #28

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend… or so they say!

As Ronen Tagge and Domina Tagge clash over the Tagge Corporation, Sana Starros is caught in the middle!

But if there’s one thing she’s learned from Doctor Aphra, it’s how to use every situation to her advantage — and no matter which Tagge wins, Sana’s determined to come out on top!

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Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0BJ36QHGN

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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    SWNN - Star Wars News Net

    While the face-off between Domina and the gang is incredibly visceral and entertaining (I’d forgotten just how badass Domina could be), that isn’t all we were treated to. Code of Honor still manages to keep a couple of twists up its sleeve, keeping the reader on their toes as you realize what’s really going on.
  • 80

    The Fandom Post

    I’m generally kind of down on this series and I know all the reasons why but this issue felt more in line with older space opera style Star Wars material. Not that I’m totally on board with it at this point because we really need some of these books to show a little more than just the same thing over and over, but getting that here feels welcome after some really lackluster material with the Spark and what Aphra is going through. Getting back to basics for a little bit helps as does wrapping up some of the subplots that we’ve been having with it. It’s pretty standard fare but sometimes that’s what you need to get out of the hole a bit.
  • 80

    Impulse Gamer

    A lot of action in this one and some big resolutions, moving swiftly towards finalising the series.
  • 76

    Comic Watch

    It’s time to get back to Aphra and the Spark Eternal as well as the troublesome Qi’ra, but Sana has made a big gamble that might have cost her the trust of the crew. They are starting to see a lot of Aphra in her, and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    One of the biggest struggles with the Star Wars: Doctor Aphra series is that it hasn't focused as much on the titular hero and instead complicated matters by incorporating other, less interesting figures, with this issue breaking that trend by omitting Aphra almost entirely. Despite those supporting figures not being as compelling, it does help tie up various loose threads with the narrative and bring som arcs to a close while also setting up new storytelling avenues that could prove compelling. Even without much Aphra herself, we were given a relatively engaging adventure with this chapter and the future could bring with it some exciting revelations to take the book to a new level.

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