Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #3

Writer: Daniel Jose Older Artist: Harvey Tolibao Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: April 7, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
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In the glory days of the Republic, the Jedi stand as guardians of galactic peace-until a powerful new adversary called the Nihil arrives. Zeen accompanies the Jedi to the Starlight Beacon, a glowing symbol of the Jedi and Republic. where she learns what it means to be a Padawan. Meanwhile, Krix and the Nihil fight their way through a Republic blockade to safety, and Krix begins to wonder who this strange man who helped him really is.
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Writer Daniel José Older, bestselling author of Star Wars: Last Shot, and artist Harvey Tolibao bring IDW into The High Republic, a massive publishing crossover spanning comics and more

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - Adrian Ruiz Jan 1, 1970

    I enjoyed Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #3 very much. This series is certainly trying to broaden its audience compared to its Star Wars Adventures counterpart. Readers get to learn more about the Nihil and how they operate their ships, and how the Jedi handle older Force-sensitive beings in the High Republic era. You will be delighted to see other Jedi who have made their appearances in other High Republic media like Jedi Master Avar Kriss. The fact that the team behind Project Luminous has put this much effort to tell this kind of story in a book meant for a younger audience really shows how interconnected and accessible these storylines for The High Republic truly are. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Charlie Ridgely Apr 7, 2021

    High Republic Adventures continues to get darker and more enthralling than you'd ever expect from a comic aimed at young readers, which is much more of a compliment than it may sound. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Caffeinated Critique - James Stone Apr 6, 2021

    As a comic for all ages I find this does a brilliant job in balancing the appeal to the different audiences. There is some Teen drama for the younger audience mixed in with some scary moments for the older audience and a sprinkle of Star Wars lore for the old school Star Wars fans like me. On top of all that is an exciting story which is building up nicely to what I'm sure will be an explosive conclusion. Read Full Review

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