While I'm still enjoying the series overall there's just something about this installment that doesn't sit well for me. With the time between issues, the lack of seeming introduction or reconnect with characters, and everyone just walking onto the Falcon, it's like Han has lost control of the story and it's zigging and zagging without feeling like it has a course. At least until the end when it gets us back to the race itself. I like the characters that we get and would love to see them explored more, but it's just a hodgepodge of things here that doesn't click well. Brooks delivers on the artwork in a great way though and it's enjoyable to dig into how well he handles these cramped spaces and angles to tell the story aboard the Falcon, but with a lot of dialogue things just feel even more cramped than it should. Read Full Review
This is definitely a setup issue for what should be an awesome finish. I still want to see what happens to Han in this race and find out who the traitor is, but it would've been nice to get a little bit more progression with this one. Luckily, the art is still great. Read Full Review
This is a lot going on in this comic but it still find it very clean. It feels like there is a bit of an inspiration coming from The Thing and I'm enjoying the bond that Han is building with another one of the racers.