Star Wars Adventures: Boba Fett and the Ship of Fear

Star Wars Adventures: Boba Fett and the Ship of Fear

Star Wars Adventures Boba Fett and the Ship of Fear The wreck of the Reverie a four hundred year old abandoned luxury liner is rud to house an ancient relic of immense value When Boba comes into possession of a map revealing the ship s current whereab

  • Title: Star Wars Adventures: Boba Fett and the Ship of Fear
  • Author: Jeremy Barlow
  • ISBN: 9781595824363
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback
  • The wreck of the Reverie, a four hundred year old abandoned luxury liner is rud to house an ancient relic of immense value When Boba comes into possession of a map revealing the ship s current whereabouts, he sets his sights on the prize But he s not alone two bounty hunting brothers with a grudge against Fett are now on his trail, hoping to win the treasure for themThe wreck of the Reverie, a four hundred year old abandoned luxury liner is rud to house an ancient relic of immense value When Boba comes into possession of a map revealing the ship s current whereabouts, he sets his sights on the prize But he s not alone two bounty hunting brothers with a grudge against Fett are now on his trail, hoping to win the treasure for themselves But neither Boba nor the brothers are prepared for what else is lurking within the creepy corridors of the forsaken Reverie

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    An enjoyable Boba Fett adventure that can be appreciated by ALL ages with no prerequisite needed on any backstory other than the SW movies, really. But, I do think this story was ALSO great for loyal Boba Fett lovers; I've loved these one-shot stories in the Star Wars Adventures digests and have found them engaging, and sometimes there's connections to the expanded universe.This Fett adventure delivers action and Boba blowing things up but also we get a sense of another facet of his character in [...]

    Boba Fett is seeking the ancient ship Reverie and the treasure found on it. He encounters two rival brothers along the way, and they all find even greater danger on the ship. There is a nice, unexpected twist at the end of the story.This graphic novel is high interest with full color pages and illustrations. A very quick read, this will appeal to struggling and reluctant readers. The text is sparse but adequate to carry the story along. The book also stands alone well, as I was able to follow th [...]

    Even though the character of Boba Fett has such little screen time in the Star Wars films, he has an incredible backstory in the Expanded Universe. This adventure, in which he seeks a lost (cursed) treasure, gives a glimpse at the nature of a character that casual Star Wars fans didn't get to see in Empire, Jedi, or Clones. I enjoyed it. The art was great, the characters were well-developed, and there were even a few lessons about the pains of family loyalty. These Adventures comics are especial [...]

    Nothing like a quick, fun Boba Fett adventure to break a long string of not great Star Wars comics. I'd also like to praise Daxiong's artwork, because unlike the Leia comic in the Adventure line, it is actually is good. He does a very good job. It shows that just because something is "for kids" doesn't mean it has to be bad, be it the art or the story. And that is another thing this and the Chewbacca one did well was that they didn't play it down when it came things like death, treachery, and re [...]

    Recommended for gr. 4-7. Quick read (short graphic novel). Will appeal to Star Wars fans – the reader needs to know who Boba Fett is for it to make sense, I think. Very simple plot, lots of action and spider-like creatures.

    Definitely for the younger ones. This doesn't really play down to a lower level, but there is a lack of character development that would be present for an older audience. Not too bad, the art was decent, and I always like seeing Boba Fett in action.

    Lessons in bounty huntingBoba Fett takes on two rival bounty hunters struggling with the legacies of their father, something he is very familiar with. Good read detailing the motives of the man behind the mask.

    Public library copy. The art was really impressive compared to other Star Wars comic books I've looked at, the revenge plot wasn't especially clever or unexpected, however.

    little boy returned it today at the library and said it was a good read so i gave it a try.t bad for a children's star wars graphic novely took me 5 minutes :)

    Ok, one for the children. Lots of action sequences, scary bugs and Boba Fett going on a Bounty mission where he doublecrosses people as normal. So children will love this.

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