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Star Wars: Sana Starros #2 (of 5)

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Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

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The Starros clan are on a collision course of a lifetime!

What mysteries from Sana’s past are coming home to roost?

And whose party are they about to crash?

Publication Date
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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0BPVNLJQF

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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 84

    The Fandom Post

    There’s a pretty solid book here with what it’s doing as Ireland lays out the stakes cleanly and clearly along the way. We get a better handle on some of the characters and their family dynamic and that’s making the jockeying and sniping make more sense as well. The touch to Sana’s background was amusing and a one to lightly do a cameo of sorts without slowing down the main story at all. It’s a good-looking book that captures the style well while showing off some interesting ships and a few more alien species as we get further along into. Definitely an enjoyable ride so far.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Hot on the trail of her cousin after being kidnapped by the Empire, Sana and her family face some setbacks that might delay a rescue attempt, but all members of the Sarros family prove to be resourceful, as Aryssha starts planting the seeds that could lead to an escape from her Imperial husband. Even if this issue doesn’t bring with it game-changing ramifications for the franchise as a whole, it helps showcase what makes the world of Star Wars, and Sana’s backstory specifically, so compelling. Rather than every adventure teasing a world-ending threat, we witness Sana using her resources and connections to help find a solve for a problem that directly impacts her, even if neither the Empire or Rebellion will notice much difference either way. Thanks to the compelling nature of Sana as a character, we get teases of her and her family’s history that tie into more well-known corners of the saga, yet without having to rely on them for the entire premise of this arc. We might only be two issues in, but Star Wars: Sana Starros is setting itself up to potentially be the best new Star Wars comic in years.

  • 80

    SWNN - Star Wars News Net

    I’m looking forward to a more action-heavy issue of Sana Starros next time, but we learned so many juicy details about the Starros family here that I was perfectly fine taking a break for All in the Family. This series is knocking it out the park so far.

  • 60

    Impulse Gamer

    This series is going alright so far being a spin off of the Doctor Aphra series. This is separate to the main storyline so I don’t know where this one is going to go.

    There does not seem to be any main Star Wars characters involved as yet and I am not sure there will be during this storyline at all. This can be a good or bad thing if you think of it, the comics have used them a bit too much especially the current series.

    Worth a look if you want to follow the story of this character and have something a bit different in the Star Wars expanded universe.

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