Star Wars: Princess Leia

Star Wars: Princess Leia

by

comics, , comics, comics-read-in-2015, comic-heaven, graphic-novel, star-wars, comics-manga, adventure, read-comics-graphic-novels, owned, comics-graphic-novels, favorites, books-i-own, graphic-novels, 2017, graphic-novels, 2020, fierce-females, Media Tie In, Sequential Art, Science Fiction, Superheroes, Graphic Novels Comics, Fiction, Comics, Fantasy, Space

When Princess Leia Organa was captured by the Empire, she never betrayed her convictions - even after the complete destruction of her home world, Alderaan. When her rescue came, Leia grabbed a blaster and joined the fight, escaping back to the Rebel Alliance and helping strike the biggest blow against the Empire - the destruction of the Death Star! But in the aftermath of that victory, the question remains...what is a princess without a world? As Leia comes to grips with her loss, a new mission leads her to the underground world of Sullust. The Empire is rounding up fugitive Alderaanians, and that doesn't sit well with their Princess! But what can one woman do against the Galactic Empire? They're about to find out! Join the galaxy's toughest Princess on a quest to save her people and rebuild her life!

COLLECTING: PRINCESS LEIA #1-5

Title:Star Wars: Princess Leia
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780785193173
Format Type:

    Star Wars: Princess Leia Reviews

  • Kemper

    Since this is the third Star Wars comic collection I’ve reviewed this month you might be wondering why I’ve been binge reading these. Most of you probably missed this because there was hardly any ...

  • Sam Quixote

    Princess Leia is the third release from Marvel’s new 2015 Star Wars line - and it’s also the worst so far! Like the other two books, this series is set between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Ba...

  • Sesana

    This is the least of the first three Marvel Star Wars comics, which doesn't mean that it's bad. It starts with a plausible, reasonable plot to assign to a solo Leia book: Leia wants to gather together...

  • Paul E. Morph

    I quite liked this one. I thought it started well, but lost its way a bit in the middle. Fortunately, Mark Waid seemed to steer it back on course for a strong finish.I usually like Terry Dodson's artw...

  • Dimitris

    3.5 starsWhat is the best thing to do when you hear that there is a Star Wars spy story with Princess Leia, has well written dialogues, sharp humor and political intrigue and it is written by Mark Wai...

  • Chad

    I expected more from this book given to the creative team. Waid's writing felt bland and felt like just a stock story. Terry Dodson is a fantastic artist but he's changed his art to give it more on an...

  • Bhanuj

    We are alderaan.We answer rage with wisdom.We answer fear with imagination. We answer war with hope.Alderaan is gone and what is a princess without a kingdom? The story is a quest of Princess Leia, to...

  • Kim

    What girl doesn't want to be Princess Leia?!! I adored this comic. And if someone could send me all of The princess clothes that would be terrific. Look forward to the next comic. Princess Leia is so ...

  • Scott Rhee

    I think I stopped buying and reading comic books at approximately the same time that I discovered that girls were willing to have sex with me. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying comic books were a...

  • Lance Shadow

    This one's pretty bad. And I should have seen it coming. The reviews on this site were mixed. In a video where he talked about the new Star Wars Canon, Kristian Harloff said that this was the worst of...