Read The Screaming Citadel (Star Wars) Online Free - A rebel pilot and a rogue archaeologist delve into the darkest shadows of the galaxy side by side, as Luke Skywalker reluctantly teams up with Doctor Aphra! The not-so-good Doctor will make Luke an offer he can't afford to pass up...one that leads him to a very rare gathering at the heart of the infamous Screaming Citadel! Will Luke find what he's looking for? Can Aphra be trusted? Or will they both wind up victims of the Citadel's queen? And as this unlikely duo steps right into the lair of one of the most powerful, reclusive and dangerous women in the galaxy, can Han and Leia be far behind them? COLLECTING: STAR WARS: DOCTOR APHRA 7-8, STAR WARS 31-32, STAR WARS: THE SCREAMING CITADEL 1
|Title||:||The Screaming Citadel (Star Wars)|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
July 11, 2017
So…this was a thing.
Star Wars: Volume 5’s Yoda-centric story ended up being my first real disappointment in Jason Aaron’s Star Wars run, so I had a ton of hope pinned to “The Screaming Citadel.” The fact that I ADORED the first crossover Star Wars event that Marvel did last year, “Vader Down,” an...
January 02, 2018
This felt a bit like Star Wars doing Abbott & Costello meet Dracula. It's ostensibly a creepy horror story, but it's filled with banter (especially between Aphra and Luke, who make for a fun pairing), a fair bit of action, and some over-the-top villainy that manages to pull all the major char...
December 18, 2017
Started strong but ended a little silly. The story starts with Dr. Aphra, now with the rebels, propositioning Luke to help her. Aphra has an ancient crystal that has the essence of an old jedi in it but she cannot unlock it. Luke needs a Jedi to train him so Aphra makes a deal to go to the scream...
January 02, 2018
Another story with horror themes in the Star Wars universe to satiate my thirst for star-wars-with-a-scare in the month of October. Aka, the time of year I like to call "the month of horror". While I started with the legends novel Red Harvest (review here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show......
January 09, 2018
I've greatly enjoyed the various Marvel Star Wars series, but Star Wars: Yoda's Secret War left me a little unsatisfied. I'm very happy to say that the next installment--Screaming Citadel--righted the course and returned the series to its high standard.
Of course, this volume is not just comprise...
August 03, 2017
Star Wars goes Gothic horror... or at least tries too. It's not particularly successful; perhaps there's just something about the conventions of the two that means they can't be full-blooded *and* merge.
Tellingly the jarring-ness is only lessened in later issues, when the plot becomes a very fam...
June 28, 2017
I'm not entirely sure who at the LucasFilm Story Group signed off on this nightmare, but this is hands down the worst piece of EU lore since the Disney acquisition. It is disparate from the overall direction of the unified canon to such a degree that makes it laughable, absurd, and a clear wrinkl...
January 10, 2018
Creepy murder mind control bugs? ..............thanks but no thanks.
Also it wasn't great that Aphra looked significantly whiter in some issues than others. I don't care whether you have different artists working on the same character, whitewashing is still not a things that should be happening he...
October 28, 2017
Not quite sure of the villain design but loved my boy Luke SO VERY MUCH.
October 22, 2017
The last Star Wars crossover, Vader Down, was good fun but didn't seem to do much to forward either the Star Wars or Darth Vader narratives. The same can be said about this one, which crosses the main Star Wars title with Doctor Aphra; however, the character interactions more than make up for thi...