Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories #4

Writer: Amanda Deibert Artist: Lucas Marengon Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: March 1, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
5.8Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

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On Kashyyyk, it's a time of celebration, but is anywhere safe from the Dark Side?

In need of a break from her duties to the Resistance, Rey accepts Chewbacca's invitation to journey to his home planet for the annual Life Day celebration. But unknown to either of them, this party has a crasher; a vicious bounty hunter dispatched by the First Order!

There's blasters and battles and Wookiees galore, in Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories #4!

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Patrick Cavanaugh Mar 1, 2023

    With this book being geared towards younger readers, we can forgive the rudimentary art style, especially given the effectiveness of the overall story serving more as a moral lesson about embracing elements of the Light Side of the Force than as a complex or nuanced journey. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Impulse Gamer - Tim Chuma Feb 27, 2023

    Also this is a good example of a one and done story so you can just read this one in isolation and not have to have read any other stories or keep track of other characters. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 1, 2023

    Stories aimed at younger readers can always be challenging if you're not in that bracket and I'm glad that things are being made for them with a property I enjoy. Because you had a lot of similar things to this when I was a kid when the original film first came out in the years that followed. This story is pretty basic but it just does a few things that rubs me the wrong way in general and it made it harder to connect with. I do like seeing Chewie and Rey building a bond here and all, but beyond that there's not a lot to really latch onto. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Crusaders - M.R. Jafri Mar 1, 2023

    This book represents everything wrong with the way the sequel era is being used in novels and comics. Nothing that actually uses these unique characters to define them, celebrate them, give them depth and carry them into the future is occurring. We are getting throwaway stories with thin plots, barely recognizable characters and no stakes. Even a comic designed for kids needs to make readers care about the characters, conflicts and outcomes. Read Full Review

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