Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, Vol. 2: The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2) by Kieron Gillen

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Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, Vol. 2: The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2) Read Online Free - Aphra's back with a brand-new plan that's guaranteed to pay! There's just one teensy problem... it involves surrounding herself with some of the galaxy's biggest baddies. And they don't like the not-so-good doctor's tricks! Her mission to make quick credits by auctioning off an ancient Jedi artifact will start well... and end badly. And that's just when a dark figure from Aphra's past decides to make an appearance! Plus, a solo focus on Aphra's Wookiee shadow, Black Krrsantan! Find out why this beastly bounty hunter is as frightening as they say... and then some! COLLECTING: STAR WARS: DOCTOR APHRA 9-13, ANNUAL

Title : Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, Vol. 2: The Enormous Profit (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #2)
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ISBN : 1302907638
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 168 pages


FanboyBen rated it ★★★★☆

February 17, 2018

The first volume of Kieron Gilllen and Kev Walke’rs “Doctor Aphra” ranks, for my money, as one of this year’s biggest surprises: a series based entirely around a secondary character from Gillen’s prior “Darth Vader” ongoing that somehow also managed to feel fresh, distinct, and genuinely exciting...

Paul rated it ★★★★★

February 15, 2018

I am very much enjoying the Doctor Aphra character. She's not on the good side, she's not on the bad side, and she has a scientific and dark mind. This volume starts out with Black Krrsantan's backstory. I like how he's obviously a Chewbacca counterpart as well as the murder droids are mirrors to...

Liz (Quirky Cat) rated it ★★★★☆

February 12, 2018

I’ve always found Doctor Aphra to be a fun read – even back when she was only making appearances in Darth Vader’s series. She’s a bit of a gray scale character, which admittedly is one of my favorite character types, so I may be a bit biased in liking her. She’s funny, witty, and exceptionally t...

Grant rated it ★★★★☆

February 09, 2018

The story here is entertaining and funny throughout. Triple-Zero's and Beetee's move to freedom was awesome. They are funny as always but this time they sort of seemed to be transcending their role as a comic reliefs and actually seemed a bit more creepy and interesting. It was nice to see Krrsan...

Ahdom rated it ★★★★☆

November 27, 2017

Star Wars fans that read the canon fall into two camps on Dr. Aphra's character. You either love her or you hate her. I happen to fall into the former. She is a great character that, in my opinion, always deserved to have her own line of comics, but also I would love to see her in a TV show or a...

Tom rated it ★★★★☆

February 07, 2018

A quick read in many ways, Doctor Aphra wraps up a few loose ends in what reads like character creator Kieron Gillen's last Aphra story. Attempting to auction off a Jedi artifact that appears to have an angry dead Jedi's consciousness inside of it, Aphra finds just about everything that could go...

Jorge rated it ★★★★☆

February 10, 2018

Este segundo volumen de Aphra tiene todo para ser un parteaguas en la lectura de este personaje, todas las herencias que tenía de sus días en Darth Vader ya no están con ella al final del mismo, hay que ver en que nueva dirección la llevan, y si eras muy apegado al primer volumen del comic de Dar...

Mary Beth rated it ★★★☆☆

February 19, 2018

Volume 2 of Aphra revels in chaos—a jumble of very minor characters and subplots and a lot of confused flailing on everyone’s part—and it’s fun, if sometimes a bit incoherent. Still, Aphra’s dogged resourcefulness as her main scheme falls apart is always compelling, as is her very real fear of th...

Craig rated it ★★★★☆

February 07, 2018

Really not a big surprise as I prefer Star Wars stories around new characters (ie . not the big three), but I really dug this. Long been a fan of Aphra and now that the annoying (in my opinion) droids are less a main part of the tale, I'm even more in. Oh, and the art was much better than has been...

Jay rated it ★★★☆☆

February 22, 2018

After a really solid first volume and the lacklustre Screaming Citadel crossover, Aphra’s story is picking up again. It’s a bit uneven, but it’s fun enough. I am perplexed at how the artists in this volume are making her look Caucasian, though, even though she clearly originally wasn’t (and Kiero...

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