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Star Wars: The High Republic #7

Comicscore Index
Mixed or average ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.


Vildar, Tey and Matty are forced into a corner, with enemies closing in all around. But what is the secret of the hidden Jedi vault? And who will die in the freezing Jedha desert?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Amazon ASIN

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    With its bold colors, expressive characters, and fast-paced storytelling, this series continues to feel more like an animated adventure than a comic book. That wouldn’t always be a compliment, but that’s the case with The High Republic. It’s just a downright good time.

  • 70

    The Fandom Post

    There’s a fair bit going on throughout this issue but it’s just a mix of retreat action stuff for the most part with a lot of characters that haven’t had time to really feel cemented yet. It has its decent moments to be sure, and I like getting a bit more out of Vildar, but it’s still hard to really get what each area is, which religious group operates out of there, and the nature of the groups since it shifted so fast from introduction to action. I do like what we get out at the statue with Oliviah because that feels like it’s working a better pace and just two characters so you’re able to roll with it better. The shift in art isn’t bad but it’s not what we had before and it feels a bit off because of it. It’s a frantic installment in some ways and I’m still trying to connect with Vildar and his approach while also having to get a handle on both Matty and Tey, who at last feels like they’re on the right path.

  • 66

    Comic Watch

    The Jedi have stood ground and weathered the first onslaught. However there remains a nameless presence that could spell disaster fort any Force-user.

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