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Star Wars: Poe Dameron Vol. 4: Legend Found (Star Wars: Poe Dameron

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Collects Star Wars: Poe Dameron #20-25 and Annual #1.

The galaxy's greatest pilot flies on! General Leia Organa gave Poe Dameron an important task: locate the mysterious Lor San Tekka. And our hero may be closer than he thinks — but can he get the job done in time? Black Squadron faces their next assignment, but is it mission impossible? Not for Poe's crew — which means
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Kindle Edition, 160 pages
Published May 16th 2018 by Marvel
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Ben Brown
Yet another great volume of “Poe Dameron.” One of the things I’ve really grown to appreciate about this series over time is the way that Charles Soule is careful to never reach beyond his grasp – the stories that he’s telling don’t try to be about anything bigger or more momentous than they need to be. In a lot of ways, it’s a decidedly old-fashioned-feeling series, one that’s perfectly content to tell fun stories featuring daring escapes, clever banter, and the occasional cool space battle, and ...more
Chad
Aug 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018
The Resistance finally finds Lor San Tekka. Unfortunately, he's just been arrested. Looks like it's time for a old fashioned heist plan to get him out. The story is fun, Leia actually gets something to do besides ordered Black Squadron on missions. The art is decent, but the coloring, especially skin colors, looks off and too computerized.

One thing I really liked in this was that Soule talks about how small the Resistance is. It's only a few hundred people which is something that didn't come
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Neil R. Coulter
Kind of a bland entry in what had been growing into a decent Star Wars series. For me, this volume has too much Black Squadron pilots soap opera. It's nice to learn a little bit more about Lor San Tekka (though that would have been great to learn in the movie where he first appears, not three years later in a graphic novel . . . ), but what happens once the Resistance finds him is anticlimactic.

The big question is: What's the deal with Leia's dress?? :(
Stephanie
Aug 01, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: comics, star-wars
This started off well with lots of Resistance Base shenanigans and heist plans and then it just got lame. Maybe I just hate Terex beyond all reason? Also the art makes me want to gouge out my eyes.
Teresa
Jun 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The collected Marvel edition contains issues #20-25 and Annual #1 for "Poe Dameron," or "Poe Dameron: Legend Found" Parts I-VI, respectively. With this collection, a few different story-lines are all going on at the same time. Remember Terex? He's struggling to fight against Phasma and her control over his mind. This volume gives the reader quite a bit of Leia action, which is nice. She aims to smuggle a prisoner from D'Qar using an arsenal of pretty dresses as a guise. Poe is meant to help ...more
Kevin
Apr 19, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Cool arc, set shortly before Episode 7. Black Squadron is trying to recover Lor San Tekka before the First Order can.

Terex is a great spoiler and interesting un-aligned character here. Hope they do more with him.
Ellie
Aug 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
You know what I'm chucking in an extra star for all that Leia content and PADMÉ GETTING NAME DROPPED SEVERAL TIMES. Also I just love that they've been very true to Carrie's appearance and put her in a lovely gown without trying to slim her down or anything?? Idk I just love seeing gals of all shapes and sizes in comics.
Lance Shadow
Back for another review! This time, it will be for the fourth volume of the Poe Dameron comic, legend found!

Charles Soule's Poe Dameron run didn't start off all that great, but I really enjoyed the third volume, "Legend Lost". This followup was solid, but not nearly as good as volume 3.

THE STORY: Leia has finally found the location of Lor San Tekka. She sends Black Squadron to recover him so he can help her in the quest to find Luke Skywalker.

THE BAD: the only sigbificant problem in this is
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Alexandra Elend Wolf
With a slow start, this series is rapidly becoming a really good one and I can't wait to see what awaits me this time around.

Of course, just seeing my beloved Black Squadron is gonna feel like a treat and be enough.

And Terex! We can't forget Terex.
Silvana
I posted my review in the wrong edition :(
Anyway, this one is a bit of a let down (especially Leia's fugly dress) but I am quite satisfied with the character moments of the Black Squadron crews.
Magnus Meling
Hey, you know what I found out? This wasn't the end. Lor San Tekka has kind of been the focal point of the series and the most valuable target for the Resistance and the First Order, and that this will be the conclusion. But hey, that means more of this comic, which I quite enjoy reading at work! Poe is great as always, but I liked most of the Leia stuff. So fun to see her do work in the field again, I wish we couldve had that in the sequels. The prequel references are also pretty cool and the ...more
Dreximgirl
Aug 06, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another great volume. I swear I could just read about Poe Dameron all day and be happy :)
sassafrass
May 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
I'm not entirely sure why this has such a low rating compared to the others? The artwork, obviously, has taken a dive in quality since Noto left, but I really enjoyed the heist story! Seeing Leia in a more active role, and talking about her mother (!!!!) was great, and her interactions with Poe continue to be delightful - especially in the annual. Also BB8 and Poe are truly BFFS for life, they have matching tshirts and everything.
Liz (Quirky Cat)
I read Poe Dameron Vol. 4 as single issues through the Marvel Unlimited app.

Once again it seems that Poe Dameron and his Black Squadron have managed to get themselves into a series of dilemmas. But at this point, that’s hardly surprising at all. In Poe Dameron Vol. 4: Legend Found, the Rebellion has been working steadily towards one goal: find Skywalker. And that means finding Lor San Tekka.
Naturally, things never go quite as smoothly as described. Especially not in the world of Star Wars. At
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J.M. Giovine
Jan 22, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
They're really nailing Poe Dameron's origin story with this books. The road to The Force Awakes is more intriguing than I thought, and having a full development for the whole Black Squadron is kind of cool (even if they all die in The Last Jedi), nevertheless, the story keeps reminding me of the reminiscent left by the Rogue Squadron video games by Lucasarts. The dynamics with the ship, as well as the action, is perfectly represented with Angel Unzueta's art, which is mesmerizing and beautifully ...more
Elena
Jul 10, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
We finally meet (20) Lor San Tekka but he has been arrested for breaking into a vault by Neimoidians on Cato Neimoidia. The Neimoidians take their security very seriously. General Organa recently received this bit of intel and is prepared to send Black Squadron to rescue him. He being the one person Leia believes can lead her to Luke Skywalker and turn the tide for the small group of Resistance fighters.

(21) Lor San Tekka stands trial for breaking into a vault containing the Kazerath on Cato
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Adam Fisher
Aug 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
The quest for Lor San Tekka continues... and though we know the quest ultimately ends with the passing of knowledge (about Luke's whereabouts) on Tatooine in SW7:TFA, the connection of how he originally connects with Leia is discovered here.
Tekka has been captured on Cato Nemoidia trying to look at a piece of history being kept in one of the secured vaults there. Leia sends Black Squadron in to rescue, but with a very specific and deceptive plan: She, as a Princess and respected diplomat, takes
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Adam
Dec 02, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: canon, star-wars, comics
Still not spectacular, but still in its stride and doing solid work. The Neimodian treasure vault thing is a bit unconvincing, and Lor San Tekka comes off like a complete dweeb (though I guess that could be a valid choice for his character), Terex is a bit less present than he should be, and Poe still doesn't have much going on. Otherwise, it's good. Black Squadron has some decent running threads with Kare and Snap's relationship and Jess's Astromech thing. The heist, as Leia narrates it, is one ...more
Don
Jul 15, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Charles Soule continues to do a fantastic, under-the-radar, series fleshing out not only Poe Dameron, but also Leia, the Resistance, and the First Order. The big thing Soule did this time was add depth to Lor San Tekka, whose backstory had previously only been told in non-fiction works. I think that was my favorite part of the entire book, actually. Tekka is more of a catalyst than a character in The Force Awakens. He's not someone we need to know about to get the purpose of the character, but ...more
Cale
Oct 29, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This volume focuses on attempts to save Lor San Tekka, with Poe and the Black Squadron going through a couple of travails on their way. There's a decent heist attempt that goes awry, and Terex gets some moments as he tries to undermine the First Order programming. Leia also gets a fair bit of screen time. There's not as much space action, although what is present is pretty good, just a bit standard. Lor San Tekka offers up some interesting ideas but they don't get explored here. And then there's ...more
Jordan Anderson
While both the main Star Wars series and Dr. Aphra have quickly grown to be boring, uncreative messes, Soule is really the only thing keeping the new Star Wars line of Marvel comics going. Both his 2nd reiteration of Vader and these Poe Dameron comics have been the bright spot in an otherwise dismal line of Star Wars related stories.

Legend Found keep the Dameron series going strong. It’s a lot of fun and the stories actually make sense, flow coherently, and being more life to Dameron. Poe
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Mario
Jan 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Black Squadron is back! Even during a turbulent time when their numbers have dwindled, they continue fighting to improve their chances against the First Order. And to do so, they need to find Luke Skywalker. And to do so, they need to find Lor San Tekka.

Unfortunately, he's in a tight spot and they have to rescue him, which pits them against their deadliest enemy, Terex.

A fantastic heist that would've made Han Solo proud, great character building and more drama, combined with fantastic artwork
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Dakota Morgan
Sep 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A satisfying return to form after the somewhat lackluster previous volume. Here we find Black Squadron undertaking a compact adventure with intriguing roots in the larger Star Wars universe. Specifically, they need to rescue Lor San Tekka (the old man from the beginning of the Force Awakens) and end up recruiting the help of Leia in the prison break. It's a welcome change to see Her Highness getting her hands dirty again. Terex continues to have a large role here, something that seems to have ...more
Estel
Dec 30, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed this book, and it does a nice job setting up Lor San Tekka for The Force Awakens. Terex is a great villain, and his arc in this book is fascinating. At the same time I'm not sure I buy the Empire just rolling with things like they did? I guess I expected more backstabbing from them. Also I feel like there were some emotional beats that weren't explored as well as they should have been with Leia and the dresses. Not a bad book by any means, it moves things forward, but between that and ...more
Nick Scott
Dec 31, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This one felt a little lighter story-wise, but was a little heavier on action. I'm curious to see what Terex has planned, because it sort of began to feel like he was wearing out his welcome. Loved the prequel references. The subplot about J and the droids not wanting to fly with her was my favorite, and it packed a little emotional punch that made me literally say "oh no" aloud.

Not a fan of this art style, where it looks like the artist just traces the actor's face rather than reinterpreting
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Rocky Sunico
Jan 10, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: star-wars, comics
Despite the sort of heist at the center of the main arc of this book, the overall story felt oddly lacking or even shallow. Throw in the final issue included in the collection with its more cartoony art and the whole thing left me feeling a little disappointed.

Leia is the shining star in this title and it's nice to have her a but more active in things even as a General of the Resistance. I also appreciated the twist of what had been done to Terrax as the ultimate ironic punishment and how the
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Geoffrey Payne
This volume ties up the major arc that started the series and this still continues to be one of my favorite Marvel series right now. It is really consistent and holds an overall fun tone while developing one of my favorite characters from the sequel trilogy. The artwork is mostly strong in this volume but a few panels with Leia were a little off. The art style of the annual was a particular standout and I hope that they take it back to that style. This collection is great but I feel that it was ...more
Chelsea Gouin
I'm really bummed...because the Poe Dameron comics aren't bad at all! They're fun and well written...I just can't get into them. This one had a lot of cool stuff cause it showed Leia as more than just a background character and really focused on her grooming Poe to be her successor...subtlety of course! This was the mission to find Lor San Tekka, the old man at the beginning of Force Awakens. I wasn't a fan of the artwork in this one, the one that looks like some fancy Snapchat filter...but it ...more
Kavinay
Argh. Soule's story telling is fine, the art is just a major obstacle for me.

There is some thing about the combination of Unzueta's pencils and Prianto's colours that is just really jarring. It's an uncanny valley effect of reproducing the likenesses of on-screen characters on the page. I'm not saying the art is poor. Far from it. In fact, it might be that the two artists do such a good job at the photo-realistic portrayals of characters like Poe and Leia that I'm stuck on the art rather than
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Joanna (BookandPages)
Easiest five stars I've ever given a graphic novel.

"The Galaxy moves towards war. As ever, the Skywalkers find themselves at the heart of it."
There is so much about this issue that I loved!

The artwork is phenomenal.
Leia is getting in on the action, and just isn't hanging at home base.
Jess and the astromechs and Jess and Ivee
Leia talking about her time spent with smugglers
How it shows how The Last Jedi did Poe's character a dirty.
Poe has some much love for BB-8 and it's adorable.
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