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The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks...but can he get the job done in time? Then, Black Squadron faces their next assignment. Is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew...and that means it's prison break time! Plus, Poe Dameron has never The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks...but can he get the job done in time? Then, Black Squadron faces their next assignment. Is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew...and that means it's prison break time! Plus, Poe Dameron has never been one to follow the rules. So when he disobeys a direct order from General Organa and gets stranded in First Order space - with no ship and little oxygen - how will he survive? COLLECTING: STAR WARS: POE DAMERON 20-25, ANNUAL


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The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks...but can he get the job done in time? Then, Black Squadron faces their next assignment. Is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew...and that means it's prison break time! Plus, Poe Dameron has never The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks...but can he get the job done in time? Then, Black Squadron faces their next assignment. Is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew...and that means it's prison break time! Plus, Poe Dameron has never been one to follow the rules. So when he disobeys a direct order from General Organa and gets stranded in First Order space - with no ship and little oxygen - how will he survive? COLLECTING: STAR WARS: POE DAMERON 20-25, ANNUAL

30 review for Legend Found (Star Wars: Poe Dameron #4)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, especially skin colors, looks off and too computerized. One thing I really liked in this was that Soule talks about how small the Resistance is. It's only a few hundred people which is something that didn't come acr The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, especially skin colors, looks off and too computerized. One thing I really liked in this was that Soule talks about how small the Resistance is. It's only a few hundred people which is something that didn't come across in the last 2 films. Neither did the fact that the New Republic still exists at this point. This alleviates a lot of the problems I had with Episode 8. Lucasfilm has done a terrible job of filling in that 30 year gap. Up to now, I thought the First Order had taken over just like the Empire had and I've read a lot of the extended universe stuff in addition to the films. For as tightly as Disney is holding the reins on all the EU books and comics, they don't seem to know more than the fans do about the larger workings of the Star Wars universe. I think that's my biggest problem with this new canon. Lucasfilm doesn't seem to want to create any new history in case one of the filmmakers wants to do something different that will contradict it. What is now Legends was a much more cohesive extended universe.

  2. 5 out of 5

    FanboyBen

    Yet another great volume of “Poe Dameron.” One of the things I’ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp – the stories that he’s telling don’t try to be about anything bigger or more momentous than they need to be. In a lot of ways, it’s a decidedly old-fashioned-feeling series, one that’s perfectly content to tell fun stories featuring daring escapes, clever banter, and the occasional cool space battle, and Yet another great volume of “Poe Dameron.” One of the things I’ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp – the stories that he’s telling don’t try to be about anything bigger or more momentous than they need to be. In a lot of ways, it’s a decidedly old-fashioned-feeling series, one that’s perfectly content to tell fun stories featuring daring escapes, clever banter, and the occasional cool space battle, and nothing more – this isn’t the “Star Wars” story that’s going to radically upend the status quo of the entire franchise. It’s that modesty and self-awareness that helps to make “Poe Dameron” such a pleasure month in and month out.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can. Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Silvana

    I posted my review in the wrong edition :( Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Magnus Meling

    Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy reading at work! Poe is great as always, but I liked most of the Leia stuff. So fun to see her do work in the field again, I wish we couldve had that in the sequels. The prequel references are also pretty cool and the e Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy reading at work! Poe is great as always, but I liked most of the Leia stuff. So fun to see her do work in the field again, I wish we could´ve had that in the sequels. The prequel references are also pretty cool and the exploration of Lor San Tekka is very interesting, but he is kind of an old pussy that only says that the bad guys can´t do what they are doing. You think that is gonna stop them? Are you stupid? I was hoping that Terex would take him to Jakku, but that didn´t really happen. I still will keep my hopes for that, as that would be a satisfying end to both of the characters (as Lor San Tekka is murdered by Kylo Ren at Jakku in the Force Awakens)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dreximgirl

    Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    sassafrass

    I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions with Poe continue to be delightful - especially in the annual. Also BB8 and Poe are truly BFFS for life, they have matching tshirts and everything.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elena

    We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being the one person Leia believes can lead her to Luke Skywalker and turn the tide for the small group of Resistance fighters. (21) Lor San Tekka stands trial for breaking into a vault containing the Kazerath on Cato Nei We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being the one person Leia believes can lead her to Luke Skywalker and turn the tide for the small group of Resistance fighters. (21) Lor San Tekka stands trial for breaking into a vault containing the Kazerath on Cato Neimoidia. The Kazerath is an orb, like a Holocron, but holds both the light and the dark sides of the force. Lor San Tekka believes it holds evidence that the light and the dark sides of the force were once united. Rival vault Barons vie for Leia’s business, which is of course a ruse to rescue Lor San Tekka. (22) Black Squadron provides a diversion while Poe smuggles Lor San Tekka out of confinement. However, as they are about to make their getaway, their transportation takes off without them. (23) The return of Terex - he has stolen Leia’s ship with Lor San Tekka hidden inside. Knowing the valuable cargo he holds, Terex makes a deal with Phasma to remove his mind control implants in exchange for handing over Lor San Tekka. (24) Terex is able to get his implants removed and sends the First Order the coordinates to locate Lor San Tekka - but in a surprising twist he also sends the coordinates to The Resistance. (25) The Resistance is successful with res hiring Lor San Tekka and Leia sends him back out to find information on where Luke is located. (Annual 1) Taking place before #16 Poe & Beebee-Ate go on a mission and have a learning experience about The Resistance being bigger than 1 person (meaning Poe) and he puts his intel above his own life.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Don

    Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works. I think that was my favorite part of the entire book, actually. Tekka is more of a catalyst than a character in The Force Awakens. He's not someone we need to know about to get the purpose of the character, but S Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works. I think that was my favorite part of the entire book, actually. Tekka is more of a catalyst than a character in The Force Awakens. He's not someone we need to know about to get the purpose of the character, but Soule took him and made him into a character I would love to see explored more. Which kind of sucks because he obviously dies shortly after this series takes place. But who knows, with the Poe series ending after Volume 5, maybe we'll get a Tekka miniseries or something. Angel Unzuetta's artwork is fantastic, too. He does a great job with both the "face" characters and the aliens and tech, something a lot of photo-realistic artists have a problem with. The final part of this book, the first annual in the comic series, is a fun addition, as well. If a little out of place. It's a stand-alone story that leads into a story told in Volume 3. I don't know why it was included here instead of Vol. 3. Maybe because it isn't really essential to that story---it has a different writer and artist than the main series---and they didn't want to interrupt the flow of Vol. 3. But it's here and I enjoyed it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Anderson

    While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an otherwise dismal line of Star Wars related stories. Legend Found keep the Dameron series going strong. It’s a lot of fun and the stories actually make sense, flow coherently, and being more life to Dameron. Poe Damero While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an otherwise dismal line of Star Wars related stories. Legend Found keep the Dameron series going strong. It’s a lot of fun and the stories actually make sense, flow coherently, and being more life to Dameron. Poe Dameron also continues to be, in my opinion, the best illustrated Star Wars comic. Though Legend Found wasn’t perfect (BB-8 and another droid in a relationship? Really?), I still thoroughly enjoyed it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Geoffrey Payne

    This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly strong in this volume but a few panels with Leia were a little off. The art style of the annual was a particular standout and I hope that they take it back to that style. This collection is great but I feel that it was This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly strong in this volume but a few panels with Leia were a little off. The art style of the annual was a particular standout and I hope that they take it back to that style. This collection is great but I feel that it was maybe one issue too long. Beyond that I don’t really have any complaints. Can’t wait for volume 5!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    Not bad! I think Soule does a great job of nailing Poe's voice and fleshing out the rest of his squad. I'm always happy to see interaction between Poe and Leia, too. I actually think Terex makes a pretty formidable antagonist, and it was nice to learn more about Lor San Tekka. I laughed at Jess "Droid Killer" Pava's plight, but then it turned tragic. As for the art, it's hard to bounce back from the fantastic Phil Noto!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paul Decker

    Lor San Tekka finally appears! Leia also takes a prominent spot in this volume. I loved seeing her talking about her birth mother. Ivee the astromech was probably my favorite character in this volume. I'm really enjoying this ongoing comic series following Poe Dameron and the Black Squadron. The story is gradually getting closer to The Force Awakens. I give this volume a 4/5.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aneez

    Decent addition in which Poe befriends Lor San Tekka, because TFA definitely gave indications that they had met before /s. I've now also developed an irrational hatred for Snap Wexley aka Greg Grunberg aka JJ Abrams' chubby, mediocre actor friend.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jorge Figueroa

    Poe Cameron ha encontrado por fin a Lor San Tekka, personaje quele regresa un poco el interés al título. Después de un par de años, el título podría bien terninar o dar un salto en el tiempo, este periodo previo a The Force Awakens tiene ya poco que ofrecer.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Another awesome trade of the Poe Dameron adventures. The story is getting close to Episode 7. Also, it seems they've eased off a bit on the realism of the facial art as I didn't find it so strange to look at this time.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sevia

    Po ne úplně slavném začátku je Poe najednou můj nejoblíbenější SW komiks (Aphru mám ještě radši, ale nejsem si jistá, jak na tom teď bude, když už ji nepíše Gillen). Soule dostal prostor a vypravuje opravdu skvělé příběhy. Jenom tak dál.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Great arc in this volume! The story is moving closer to the beginnings of Force Awakens. I know I’ve already said I love Poe Dameron, but I really do. I love seeing his character expanded with his relationships with his mentor Leia, and his best companion, BB-8.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ahdom

    Another great addition to one of the best Star Wars comic lines in continuation. These adventures add context to the search for Lor San Tekka and highlight further the relationship he has with Leia. I look forward to the next volume!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    This has been my favorite entry. Lor San Tekka looms large here and his connection to the new trilogy is solidified. There is now a clear set-up to The Force Awakens and I cannot wait to read the next volume that will tie everything up.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jedi Master Megan

    One thing I have to say about this book: the ending was great! Whether it was the things that happened, the artwork, or all the talk about the Force, I don't know, but it gave me a really nice feeling inside and I love this story because of that :)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rafael

    Ajuda a compor o Ep VII.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Timothy

    This was a step up from before, becoming a pretty decent read. As this series draws to a close (at least I assume that's what it's doing), things are falling into place in a satisfying way.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    A nice attempt to fit the character into the larger canon, but undermined by the constraints of future events and by the ridiculous concept of droid love and its implications for the universe.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amy Sturgis

    I continue to appreciate the characterizations in this series, especially those of the Poe-Leia and Poe-BB-8 relationships.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    Snap and Karé 😍

  28. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    The Poe Dameron series continues to be fantastic; Terex has all of the panache that the sequel trilogy's big screen villains are lacking.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Kubasek

    Totally worth the build up - sets up the opening scene for Force Awakens... first order villains tend to be mindless copycats of Hux... nice to see Leia get in on the story as well

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    What an aggressively boring series.

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