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Star Wars: Jango Fett #1 (of 4)

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ETHAN SACKS (STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTERS) & LUKE ROSS (STAR WARS: WAR OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS, STAR WARS: DARK DROIDS) team up to continue the legacy of one of the greatest bounty hunters: JANGO FETT!

A bounty to find! A mystery to solve! A treaty at risk!

All this with AURRA SING in the mix!!!

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21 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    Jango Fett has secured a valuable bounty, but, as things go in the galaxy far, far away, his attempts to cash in don’t go quite as planned. Unfolding alongside his obstacle-ridden endeavor, he and two other bounty hunters are offered up the same target, which sets up a collision course for the bounty-hunting trio. This Star Wars: Jango Fett book somewhat takes the place of the recently concluded Star Wars: Bounty Hunters, and it seems shocking that this new series comes from the same writer (Ethan Sacks) given how promising this debut issue. The previous series felt overly complex with characters and their interconnected stories, while also punctuating the plot with mindless action. This first issue, however, manages to find a much healthier balance of exposition, character development, and action to make for something that is not only an improvement on the previous series, but also feels like something we’re actively excited to read. There’s not much to Jango Fett that we haven’t been given in other bounty hunter stories, but hopefully this debut issue’s effective balance of action and narrative is merely a glimpse of the storyline to come.

  • 80

    The Fandom Post

    The book brings in a bit of a subplot with a character that will be key in the upcoming issues with Aurra Sing but it’s more just a tease here overall for fans of the character. The split that we get between Jango’s first mission and then being drawn into this larger story is handled well and we get a good introduction to him without it feelings like it’s laying out his future. I do hope we get time with him out of his armor so that it’s different from so much of what the Boba stories have been like, however. The time with the Republic and the origins of the mission itself are decent but it’s also pretty standard stuff to move things into action. We definitely need more on what’s going on with the group who stole the artifact and that will be a chunk of what either makes or breaks this since you need a good opponent. Aurra is likely to be that but we need something bigger as well.

  • 80

    SWNN - Star Wars News Net

    There’s plenty of moving parts and Jango Fett is right in the middle of all the action, just where he should be. It’s a great read.

  • 75

    Fortress of Solitude

  • 60


    Star Wars: Jango Fett #1 puts the progenitor of more interesting characters in the spotlight. Amidst some pedestrian execution of a straightforward plot, it offers up a potential take on the character which might help him hold up under the scrutiny of that spotlight.

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