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Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Vol. 3: Legend Lost

(Star Wars: Poe Dameron #3)

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  1,290 ratings  ·  120 reviews
It's a sad day for Poe Dameron and the Resistance, as they mourn the loss of a fallen comrade. But their fight is far from over - the First Order must be stopped! And Captain Phasma knows just how to get Terex to toe the line. Follow the continuing the adventures of the galaxy's greatest pilot!

Paperback, 136 pages
Published November 14th 2017 by Marvel Comics
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Ben Brown
Sep 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
It’s weird to think that, when it started, “Star Wars: Poe Dameron” ranked among my most disappointing Marvel-Star-Wars-comics, both ongoing and mini. Early on in its run, writer Charles Soule and artist Phil Noto seemed way too confined by their story’s placement in the broader Star Wars timeline, to the point that the first two arcs felt stifled, telling stories that-while entertaining enough-didn’t feel like they were doing much more than treading water until the REAL story could start. As so ...more
Jan 25, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2018
Angel Unzueta steps in as the artist and his character likenesses are fantastic. He really captures the look and feel of the movies. I didn't find the stories here quite as gripping, but I'm loving (even if it's not that much) seeing what was happening in the lead up to Force Awakens. The movies have left this 30+ year gaping hole and seem to have no desire to explain what happened to the New Republic and the rise of the First Order. So I'm glad to be getting some of that information. While I fe ...more
Apr 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
With Legend Lost, it feels like the Poe-centric series is finally flying high. Or to put it even more plainly - I started reading it after working a 12-hour shift (and also being awake over 17 hours) and I burned through over half of this book late in the evening. Compared to the two previous volumes the connected stories presented in Vol. 3 seemed more action-oriented and interesting.

An intriguing new character is introduced (the dubious but possibly well-meaning alien journalist Suralinda Jav
The best installment so far. I love the Black Squadron action here.
Alexandra Elend Wolf
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
"Maybe you are the best pilot in the galaxy. But that's not all I see in you. I think you are one of those rare beings that help other people fight. Who will inspire, and give hope when all seems lost, and convince our people to keep going when they don't think they can. No one person can win a war. It's not about you, it's not about me. No... it's about us."


Just, wow.

I was not expecting for this volume to make me feel so much. And boy did I felt.

"We're not just flesh and bone. N
Mar 16, 2018 rated it liked it
This was kinda boring....okay read.
Neil R. Coulter
The third volume of the Poe Dameron series is not as good as the previous book, but it's still not as terrible as almost every other current Star Wars graphic novel series. The problem with this story is a problem with the growing weight of the Star Wars franchise itself: too much sameness. Every new character is starting to feel like nothing more than some minor variation on a previous character. This mythology needs something new (and, unfortunately, it doesn't need the ways that The Last Jedi ...more
Oddly's story is tied up, and I love the new edition to the team. We also learn more about the other members, so good installment. ...more
Scott Rhee
Nov 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
In this third volume of Marvel Comics’ Star Wars series Poe Dameron, “Legend Lost”: Poe is reunited with an old friend, Suralinda Javos, a journalist looking to uncover the truth of the First Order; a Black Squadron mission to retrieve a fuel freighter ends in a showdown with a First Order destroyer, and the First Order gets an ass-whoopin’ by Poe; Agent Terex has become the very thing that he loathed: a slave to the First Order; Poe and Snap search for the Resistance traitor Oddy Muva, who has ...more
Dec 18, 2017 rated it it was ok
Not as engaging a story, but still love me some Poe.
Paul Decker
Dec 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
In this third volume of the ongoing Poe Dameron series, we get to learn a little more about the members of Black Squadron. I like how their backstories are gradually being revealed. There's also a new journalist character that adds an interesting dynamic, a different perspective in the Star Wars universe. Terex's story over this series is also been a roller coaster. It seems like Marvel is using these original characters to show change and development, since they can't reveal much of the charact ...more
Steve Davala
Jan 11, 2018 rated it liked it
3rd in the series, this follows Poe's missions with Black Squadron. I liked all the new aliens and questionable allies in this book, but for some reason the missions just felt flat to me.

Terex, the previous bad guy, is not really a big part in this. When you hope he does something at the end it is really a small thing. The bad lady in this, you learn her name way later, it was like they needed a bad guy but just threw her in there.

Why not Phasma?

So I still enjoyed it, but it never went anywhe
Dec 05, 2017 rated it it was ok
Oh boy, what a disappointment. The first two Poe Dameron comic collections were excellent in every way, this one was not. It seemed rushed. The art was awkward, as if they simply took screen shots of the main characters and used cartooning-software to turn them into comic book style. There were multiple mistakes drawn in (for example, in two different frames Poe's X-wing was the standard blue and silver rather than his black and orange). This last one might seem petty, but, honestly, it's a grap ...more
I didn’t think this story was as good as previous volumes, but I still really enjoyed reading this. The banter between Black Squadron is perfect and adds some much needed humor. There’s a pun here that is so perfect I screamed. Snap constantly telling Poe he doesn’t have magical powers and then stuff magically happening for them was comedic gold!! The artwork is still fabulous and really captures the characters likeness. I love that we get to learn more about the other members of Black Squadron, ...more
Jan 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, star-wars

That aside, I loved the Poe and Leia stuff in this, and the fact that Poe has become so infamous makes the scene in The Force Awakens when Kylo interrogates him all that more intense and also hilarious. Yet again Poe manages to waltz out of another First Order holding cell, truly that boy is blessed by the force.
Dec 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars. Enjoyable, and we get to see individual members of Black Squadron being more than just helmets in cockpits. The story picks up shortly after the end of the previous volume; the squadron must deal with the fallout from their last mission, while Leia must deal with more mundane and vital matters of keeping the Resistance fuelled and fed.
Aug 07, 2019 rated it really liked it
"And, I'm sorry to say, probably sooner than we'd like... I'll be luminous."

Every time I see our beautiful Space Mom immortalised in these comics, my heart goes pitter patter. Here she is, forever grumbling about Han and grounding her adoptive Space Son and that makes me happy.
Dec 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
still bad but i love oscar Issac's face ...more
Mar 10, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: comics
An enjoyable continuation from volumes 1&2. The banter between the members of Black Squadron makes it what it is.
Dec 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the Poe We Know

The creative team feels settled in by this volume. Loved the various plots and can’t wait to see what happens next!
Alan Castree
Apr 17, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: comics, star-wars
Started slow but got better. I'm enjoying this run of Poe Dameron comics and as a result, slowly warming up to Age of Resistance Star Wars. ...more
Adam Johnson
Sep 10, 2020 rated it liked it
The art still rocks, but this arc didn't feel as unified as the previous two. However, there are good character moments for Poe and Leia here, knowing how they'll be developed in the films. ...more
Feb 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I really liked the snippets of backstory we got in this volume. And the development of the situation the resistance is in. As always I'm loving getting more Poe :) ...more
Lance Shadow
Jan 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
Happy New Year! Lets start off the 2018 review year on a positive note with volume 3 of Marvel's Poe Dameron series, written by Charles Soule.

Looking back, the Poe Dameron series until this point, as a whole it has not been the best effort in the canon comics. While I enjoyed the first volume, "Black Squadron" enough to give it a 4 star rating, it is more in the 3.5 range due to its thin story and eh artwork. Despite having a great time with the characters and dialogue, 4 stars may have been too
Rebecca Speas
I liked the addition of Poe's ex-Navy turned journalist friend, and I'm just a big fan of Poe "too-suave-to-fuck-up-oh-shit-I-fucked-up" Dameron. Also Phil Noto's art, I guess. ...more
Liz (Quirky Cat)
Sep 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
I read Poe Dameron Vol. 3 as single issues through Marvel Unlimited.

Are we really onto the third volume of Poe Dameron already? It doesn’t feel like it’s been that long – and I have to wait until they come out on Marvel Unlimited too!
Poe Dameron is one of several Star Wars comics out there right now, but unlike the others I feel like it’s more free to do what it wants, since it’s less tied to the movie cannon (with the exception of the most recent movies, but since they’re still in the works
J.M. Giovine
Oct 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Moving forward after the dead of one of the Black Squadron trying to protect the traitor Oddy, Poe is assigned by General Organa to recover some stolen fuel by the First Order, and is up to him and his team members to recover it, in the mean time, we get to know a new character in the series that’ll work as a journalist in the Galaxy, Suralinda Javos, who serves as a contact for Poe and the Resistance, being joining them to provide support to let the Galaxy know what kind of evil organization th ...more
Dec 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: star-wars, comics, canon
After Terex just so happens to show up to randomly thwart Poe's mission a third or fourth time, it starts to feel like Poe Dameron is pursuing a Saturday morning cartoon status quo cycle. This book knocks that out completely. This is where everything starts to come together into something a little more meaningful. Suralinda being a journalist and talking about the power of stories is a bit hackneyed, but it's at least an interesting change of pace and perspective. It gives them a chance to explo ...more
Saimi Korhonen
May 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: star-wars
”With all due respect to your skill and the risks you take… war is a story. Well… no. At first, it’s two stories, being told side by side. And then when someone wins… it’s only one.”

Ahh this series just keeps getting better and better! In issues 14-19 we follow the team on two missions - one to find some much needed fuel for the Resistance and one to locate a missing comrade-turned-traitor and to gain some footage that would reveal the true nature of the First Order to the galaxy. Both story a
Dakota Morgan
Jan 05, 2018 rated it liked it
I liked previous volumes in the Poe Dameron series simply because they hewed closest to the classic Star Wars adventure - aliens, explosions, and starships crashing around on every page. There wasn't a lot of exposition and the plots were thin at best. But damn were they fun!

This third volume, though, is a bit of a letdown by comparison. Where action once took the lead, dialogue is now the primary focus. Too many pages feature Poe and General Organa standing around discussing fuel reserves and t
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