Star Wars Visions: Peach Momoko #1 Review: Visionary

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Peach Momoko delivers a unique take on a galaxy far, far away in Marvel ComicsStar Wars Visions: Peach Momoko #1.

We reviewed the book on the Stack podcast. But in the interest of highlighting more about the title, here’s a summary of the conversation with our thoughts. And if you prefer the longer audio version, that’s below as well!

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Star Wars Visions: Peach Momoko #1 Review:

In this one-shot issue, we flash to a potential future of the Star Wars galaxy, as a Dark Side cult rises up, and so does a hero with a lightsaber. Also? The issue is silent.

Host Pete LePage was blown away by the issue, saying it was worth it “for the art alone… I can’t say enough amazing things about the art. I really believe that this is the future of comics.”

Justin Tyler also liked the book, and in particular really appreciated letting “creators take swings at ideas, doing stuff in-world that feels and looks different.” He also compared it to later issues of Jeff Smith’s Bone, when that title got “more mythological.”

Alex Zalben also thought the issue had “beautiful art,” and in general is a big fan of Peach Momoko’s work.

Star Wars Visions: Peach Momoko #1 Official Synopsis:

PEACH MOMOKO BRINGS HER UNIQUE STORYTELLING TO A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY! CENTURIES after the death of a GREAT DARK SITH LORD, a cult has grown worshipping this SITH LORD and the DARK SIDE. ANKOK believes she is the successor to the LEGACY of THE SITH with her DARK SIDE POWERS! But is she truly in tune with THE FORCE? Or is she just exploiting the people in her village? KAKO and GEL are about to come face-to-face with the truth…even if it kills them!

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