Read Star Wars Vol. 5: Yoda's Secret War Online Free - With one member of the rebel crew captured and imprisoned, we turn once more to the journals of Ben Kenobi and a legendary adventure with Jedi Master...Yoda!
COLLECTING: STAR WARS 26-30, Annual #2
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December 31, 2017
Strong in this one the Force is!
I got this in its single comic book issues, but I've chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review.
This TPB collects "Star Wars" #26-30 plus Annual #2. This comic book title is set after the events of "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope" an...
August 21, 2017
It’s nice to see a book featuring Yoda as the protagonist as he’s been largely absent during Marvel’s Star Wars relaunch. Unfortunately his adventure here is pretty damn boring!
In a mashup between Lord of the Flies and Mad Max, Yoda goes to some primitive planet full of warring kids who use rock...
February 23, 2018
For my money, this is the weakest story yet–not just from Aaron's "Star Wars" run, but in all of Marvel's Star Wars output since acquiring the license in 2014. I'm usually a big fan of both Aaron's writing and Salvador Larroca's style, so the thought of the two of them pairing up for an arc...
April 08, 2017
Part of me thinks the main Star Wars ongoing is losing a little steam. I think that shows here by the fact that a lot of this arc is told through flashbacks. However, when those flashbacks involve Yoda in a story that is set before The Phantom Menace, who are we to complain?
It's good and I also l...
October 07, 2017
A Yoda book? alright! oh wait... marvel once again puts the shackles on how much story can be used... Starts off cool but it's just one big side story. So Yoda flies to some unknown planet to look into a mysterious energy on the planet. The story is just OK it lets Yoda flex his force a bit which...
September 16, 2017
First story was Lord of the Flies-boring, though Yoda's always a treat. Everyone else in the story--snore. The second story was more interesting, though awfully predictable. Leia and Pash Davane, a former underwater engineer, have to work together to get an injured Leia off-planet. In the process...
August 25, 2017
For me, the worst Star Wars comic that Marvel has put out. The Yoda storyline just goes on and on, and of course it doesn't and can't mean anything. If it had been a two issue arc, it would have been infinitely stronger. Instead, it's the entire flipping book. The annual, on the other hand, is pr...
August 24, 2017
"A jedi must humble himself if he is to become powerful".
The flagship comic book in the star wars canon continues. This time, Jason Aaron, seeing that the only good part of the previous volume was the journal story about Obi-Wan on Tatooine, decides to use Kenobi's journal to spend the entire nex...
August 09, 2017
Even by Star Wars standards, Yoda's Secret War is bad. I mean laughably bad. I mean like even worse than some of the "Legends" crap bad. I had worries that this series might be starting to veer off course with the previous Flight of the Harbinger collection but holy crap, I didn't think it would...
September 07, 2017
I gave it an extra star becasue the Leia focused annual was good.
I hate Yoda a lot of the time, and I did not want to learn about a planet entirely populated by white teen boys who locked their white fathers in a living mountain so this was not my jam.
(WHERE WERE THE LADIES ON THIS PLANET???)