Star Wars: Legacy II, Vol. 1: Prisoner of the Floating World (2020)

Star Wars Legacy II Vol Prisoner of the Floating World Nearly years after the events in Star Wars A New Hope the galaxy is struggling to maintain a newfound peace Ania Solo is just a girl trying to scrape a living by salvaging the debris from the rec
  • Title: Star Wars: Legacy II, Vol. 1: Prisoner of the Floating World
  • Author: Corinna Sara Bechko Gabriel Hardman Rachelle Rosenberg Dave Wilkins
  • ISBN: 9781616552084
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Star Wars: Legacy II, Vol. 1: Prisoner of the Floating World
    Nearly 140 years after the events in Star Wars A New Hope, the galaxy is struggling to maintain a newfound peace Ania Solo is just a girl trying to scrape a living by salvaging the debris from the recently ended war, but when she stumbles upon a damaged communications droid and a stray lightsaber, she and her friends find themselves in peril Suddenly they are wanted bNearly 140 years after the events in Star Wars A New Hope, the galaxy is struggling to maintain a newfound peace Ania Solo is just a girl trying to scrape a living by salvaging the debris from the recently ended war, but when she stumbles upon a damaged communications droid and a stray lightsaber, she and her friends find themselves in peril Suddenly they are wanted by the local authorities and a determined Imperial Knight Ania discovers that the lightsaber is the center of an evil plot involving impostors, galactic communications, missing planets, and the Sith
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    One Reply to “Star Wars: Legacy II, Vol. 1: Prisoner of the Floating World”

    1. I had a hard time with this one I think a lot of it has to do with the time jump This jumps up over 100 years from the last known books and characters I had previously read This really threw me For the first part of the story I had no idea the time setting This book just jumps right in, not really expaining anything of what is going on on the planet or galaxy in general I almost stopped for that alone but being this was Star Wars I was determined to continue Warning Potential Spoilers ahead My b [...]

    2. One hundred and thirty eight years after A New Hope, Star Wars Legacy II mercilessly jumps right into the aftermath of Legacy with exciting lightsaber battles, dogfights, political conflict and It wastes no time on exposition, which means that yes, you need to read Legacy, both for backstory and for awesomeness The Galactic Fleet, the Empire and the Jedi are clinging to their tenuous triumvirate in an attempt to bring order back to the galaxy after the death of Darth Krayt Meanwhile, on some ba [...]

    3. This volume certainly flew by and had a lot of action I look forward to learning of the characters I am also incredibly pleased and delighted that Solo gets things done versus moping about battling destiny like Cade in the first series, haha

    4. Dark Horse Comics is losing its Star Wars licensing rights to Marvel Comics at the end of 2014 as a result of Disney s takeover of Lucasfilm, and I m extremely unhappy about that This book is an excellent example of why Dark Horse has consistently produced some of the best Star Wars stories ever told over the past 20 years, many of them outshining the films of the second trilogy, in fact For me and many other fans, Dark Horse is synonymous with Star Wars In my view, the pinnacle of masterful Sta [...]

    5. Occasionally, I have a minor disagreement with others I know who do what I do and pen criticism online Their opinion is that, as writers, we always have to maintain the ability to dissect a work in detail so that we can determine not only its worth but also how we feel about it While I strongly agree with that, I ve also maintained that there are times in the life of every critic when for reasons we can t explain something just works for us despite even evidence that it perhaps shouldn t In simp [...]

    6. More reviews and no fluff on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress Star Wars Legacy Volume II, Book 1 begins a short time after the events in Star Wars Legacy Books 1 3 and a century after the movies As with all Dark Horse Star Wars books, you won t find a bad one in them for illustration quality and it tends to come down to whether you like the storyline or not.In a far part of the galaxy, en route to a mission to help bring up a communication array, a Jedi master is ambushed by a sith and imprisoned [...]

    7. I received this book as an eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I really enjoyed the first series of Star Wars Legacy Like many of the current Star Wars comics, it kept that Star Wars feel but with new characters in a completely new time period This second volume of Star Wars Legacy leaves the Luke Skywalker lineage and picks up on his twin sister s descendant, Ania Solo I liked how Ana had some Solo traits in her I also really liked her companions, an assassin droid and a passive [...]

    8. This is all considered non canon now and falls under the category now listed as Legends or alternate timeline Personally, this timeline will be canon but even without factoring that personal opinion in, I loved seeing the far future of the Star Wars family names we have all come to love and hate If you are a Star Wars fan, I highly recommend checking out this graphic novel series If you are not a SW fan but love science fiction and graphic novels, I recommend checking it out, it is set up far en [...]

    9. Perfect for fans of Star Wars as a little something extra, this graphic novel follows the adventures of Ania Solo, the great granddaughter of Han Solo I haven t read the other Legacy chapters, which I assume would give background information on Ania, but this chapter was a fun adventure, with some beautiful illustrations and brilliant colour schemes The familiarity of the races, technology and planets ties it all in to the franchise nicely, despite the new characters.

    10. Being the first and only Star Wars graphic novel I have ever read, I found Star Wars Legacy, Volume II, Book 1 difficult to fully appreciate I have a passing understanding of the Star Wars universe I have watched five of the eight feature films, none during my childhood So, I came to it late, and obviously haven t consumed the world to the degree of many other fans Further, this book is not only the first of Volume II in its own story, but this very story is part of a vast continuing series of s [...]

    11. The first run of Legacy is easily my favorite Star Wars comics series and arguably one of the best Dark Horse runs of all time I ve sung my praises multiple times about those 3 volumes of greatness, so there s no point in repeating them here Needless to say, there was some sadness in my heart when I finished that saga and had to say goodbye to such an awesome series.Thankfully, the outcry for of the same future Star Wars was heard and Legacy II was quickly written and produced, carrying on the [...]

    12. Legacys vol 2 is set the fartest into the future of the star wars extended universe My favorite era of the star wars original extended timeline In a world with 3 kind of knights, two empires and the sith A very original take on the star wars setting.Sadly Disney destroyed the extended universe and made everything legends If you read the tales of the jedi and the legacy era stories of star wars, you ll realise how shallow and small the current star wars Disney universe has become This story isn t [...]

    13. Having not read any of the previous Star Wars comics certain parts of Prisoner of the Floating Moon didn t quite make sense like when did the Sith become a threat to the galaxy once Who are the triumvirate that rule from Coruscant etc Little nuggets of information that they assume you know However this doesn t have a major impact on the story In true Star Wars fashion, a smuggler roguish character with the help of a tech savvy alien set off motions that save the universe with the help of a Jedi [...]

    14. I really enjoy the Expanded Universe, specifically what is not referred to as Legends in the canon non canon And although I really liked this comic, the story, the art, everything it felt like some other sci fi series Perhaps I was just lost without knowing the specific history of 130 years after A New Hope, but I found some aspects hard to understand.Other than that, however, the comic was good I read the one before this, I think, or perhaps the other Legacy series but I liked this one better.

    15. You can read the full review over at my blog sonsofcorax.wordpress 2014Unless you are completely divorced from the internet and any and all news sources, you know that at the end of the year Dark Horse will lose the license for any and all new Star Wars fiction non fiction That s because the new owners of the license, Disney, are moving the production of all such material to their own publisher, Marvel Comics And I find that to be a very saddening move because Dark Horse has given so many incred [...]

    16. Corinna Bechko and Gabe Hardman did a really solid job with Planet of the Apes so when I heard that they were going to take on Star Wars, I was definitely excited to read this What is impressive is that they actually jumped in at the end of a long Star Wars series and have started off in a new direction that shows a lot of promise While you don t need to have read Star Wars Legacy to enjoy this, there are quite a few characters and events from the original series that this book refers to This st [...]

    17. I was really surprised by this I don t remember hearing anything about this series, which is sort of an off shoot if not outright sequel to the original Star Wars Legacy series It takes place some years after, with a new set of starring characters while some peripheral ones carry over And somehow, it really manages to capture the feel of the original movies I m not sure what it is the action sequences, the unlikely friendships, the surprises and political maneuverings all of it just really manag [...]

    18. Star Wars Legacy II, Volume 1 Prisoner of the Floating World takes place about one hundred and thirty eight years after Star Wars A New Hope It stars Ania Solo, a young girl, who has an assassin droid for a companion and has found herself a bit of trouble.When Ania finds a lightsaber and a broken communication droid, she suddenly finds herself being pursued by someone looking for the missing items There is a mystery to unravel, and Ania seems to have some of the traits of her great grandfather H [...]

    19. This review is for the first three volumes of Legacy II I didn t care for the artwork in this series I prefer cleaner, clearer artwork and the artwork here wasn t as defined as much as I prefer The first Legacy had artwork to my liking As for the story, it was okay though in retrospect looks like it almost may be similar to the supposed plots for Force Awakens I didn t really get engaged in the characters and too much of the story was lacking why Ania Solo was in prison, who the guy was that ki [...]

    20. This takes places after the first Legacy comics, so about 138 years after ANH.Imperial Knight Val encounters a Sith on an unknown planet His droid escapes does the Sith who impersonates Val.Ania Solo who, like another reviewer, I have no clue where she comes from but at least she knows who her ancestor is and her Mon Cal friend Saulk discover the droid, and a lightsaber The Imperial Knights are now in a Galactic Triumvirate under Empress Fel.The pacing was fast and I found myself confused a few [...]

    21. I was apprehensive about coming back to this slice of the galaxy with an entirely new team, especially when the first time around ended so well.There are days when it s nice to be wrong.This is classic myth dressed up in sci fi drag that makes Star Wars work We have a salt of the earth hero with no interest in feeling the big shoes her last name implies getting dragged into a huge mess with evil wizards and knights and the whole shebang.Solid art, great set piece action bits, some snappy dialogu [...]

    22. I really enjoyed this first volume of Star Wars Legacy 2 Ania Solo is an interesting character I really enjoyed the pacing and there are quite a few pages that crackle with action The artwork is not top notch but it gets the job done Dark Horse has always done a great job with the Star Wars universe and I will admit I am going to miss its rich influence to the every growing STAR WARS saga Great Read

    23. I will admit upfront that I have not been following the Star Wars saga for many years, so when I had a chance to read the latest issue, I took a chance I enjoyed the story line and the art is well done I and my son will definitely want to see what comes next for Ania Solo and friends It is interesting that she has an assassination droid as a friend.

    24. To get it out of the way, I was never a huge fan of the Legacy series.That said, I m definitely interested in this series after this first volume I like Ania as a character and there are some intriguing story hooks I will definitely read the next volume to see where things are headed

    25. Not as good as as Legacy, but I think that Legacy II shows promise It got interesting towards the end when they briefly mention Ania s past and with the rise of a new Darth I think that the next issue will be far interesting I look forward to reading it.

    26. Was a bit hesitant at first to see the next chapter of Legacy not handled by Duuresma and Ostrander, but Hardman and Becko seem to be up to the task Can t wait for the next issues now that we got momentum going into the story.

    27. Not as good as other Star Wars graphics but had a descent story, that i m curious to find out what happens next Sadly i m just glad it was a short Decent story and illustrations make it an okay read, and a must read for post Empire Star Wars fansC from NetGalley

    28. This book was too much fun Great characters and fast paced action, with beautiful art by Gabriel Hardman and Rachelle Rosenberg We re a little rushed to meet the cast, but hopefully we ll get to know them a little better as the series goes on I can t wait to read the next volume

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