Star Wars: Agent of the Empire -- Iron Eclipse #2

Star Wars: Agent of the Empire -- Iron Eclipse #2

Writer: John Ostrander Artist: Stephane Roux Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: January 11, 2012 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 8.4
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Jan 16, 2012

    Cross's stone cold persona was distorted when he showed genuine concern for IN-GA 44 when she was detained while looking up information about the ‘Iron Eclipse' project. The crisp art work and vibrant colors are on par with the first issue. If you always dreamed of a comic book character where 007 meets Han Solo, this is the series for you. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jan 16, 2012

    Cross continues to be the primary focus here but he's a bit more of an observer and catalyst at times here, trying to discern who is who and what their connections all mean. While we had some of the basic spy style action and drama in the first issue, this one plays more to the intrigue and information gathering side and that's a big plus. It keeps plenty of science fiction/space opera elements in here and provides for a chase scene and a bit of more personal action but it also slides in a little sex as well which is fun. Agent of the Empire continues to deliver on what it promises and this issue was simply fun to read. It feels like it's more weighty this time around since there's more dialogue and a better exploration of characters which draws you in much more than it did before. Cross' position changes a few times here and seeing where it will go from here is definitely something I want to know. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jan 11, 2012

    This series is a nice addition to the "Star Wars" brand that Dark Horse has been boasting for the past two decades (really?!?). Jahan Cross and IN-GA are wonderfully fresh characters that blend seamlessly into the excitement and adventure of the post-"Revenge of the Sith" Star Wars universe. This issue stretches the brand a bit, but I have no doubt there will be a much stronger presence in the next issue. John Ostrander does a great job of building up the Star Wars galaxy, and this series is no exception. If the "Clone Wars" cartoon series simply isn't enough (or perhaps it isn't the right time period of "Star Wars" for you) be sure to give this title a look over. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Carl Boehm Jan 11, 2012

    I gave this book one point for the art and one point for theman-on-blue octopus chic sex. Read Full Review

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