Graphic Novel Review- Princess Leia Miniseries

Prince Leia graphic novel

Marvel Comics presents their next Miniseries in their new Star Wars Expanded Universe featuring everyone’s favorite Rebel princess: Leia Organa. 

Taking place right after the events of Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope, Princess Leia sets off on an adventure to gather surviving members of the destroyed planet Alderaan. Her journey takes her across the galaxy to planets including Naboo. As she journeys, the Empire is after blood since the destruction of the Death Star and will stop at nothing in making sure her and every former Alderaan resident is wiped out. 

Written by Mark Waid with penciling by Terry Dodson, this is a classic piece of Star Wars history. I love how it is exploring the Star Wars Universe in new ways. I hope you read my review of Vader and Skywalker Strike. I am sad that this is only a miniseries and I hope that they explore Princess Leia’s adventures further.

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