Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #30

Writer: Si Spurrier Artist: Emilio Laiso Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 27, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
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8.2User Rating

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"WORST AMONG EQUALS" PART 5: WHEREIN: PUBLIC RELATIONS DISASTER!
•  DOCTOR APHRA's race across an alien city continues, pursued by innumerable enemies - not least the EMPIRE'S villainous propaganda division.
•  But with the timer ticking down on the bomb in her throat, the truest horror might come from some unscheduled soul-searching.
•  Could it be that her psychotic droid companion TRIPLE-ZERO is the closest thing she has (or deserves) to a true soulmate?
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  • 9.6
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Apr 6, 2019

    Another sensational chapter of the exploits of this marvelous malefactor. The story has a year's worth of surprises in one issue and the visuals are wonderful. This continues to be one of the best original Star Wars tales published. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Patrick Cavanaugh Mar 27, 2019

    Fans of Triple-Zero will get both the droid at its most unhinged while also learning more about its backstory, demonstrating all-new elements of the character we never thought we'd get to see. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - NumidianPrime Mar 28, 2019

    Overall, it’s a pretty solid installment in what has been a pretty great arc. The issue leaves us on a big cliffhanger and I’m looking forward to see what ramifications the next issue will have for the characters and for the series as a whole. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 2, 2019

    While this arc isn't working for me in total, I am definitely enjoying this issue as it digs into Triple-Zero's past and the relationship that exists between him and Aphra. Aphra's realizing more and more about herself, things that opened up more after meeting Tolvan, and seeing that all play out here is definitely interesting and has me wondering if she really is going to be a different person by the time this arc wraps up and moves forward into the next piece. Spurrier handles the dialogue-heavy installment well and digs into both characters with what makes them tick and their relationship to be as interesting as it is. Laiso handles all of this material well, too, since it's not the easiest thing in the world to make engaging from a visual standpoint. But with some creative moments and nods to other characters out in the galaxy, it's able to shake things up just enough. Read Full Review

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