Synopsis: Some of the Rebel Alliance’s best and brightest have gotten lost in an unknown region of space while hunting for a lost treasure. How will Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian and Amilyn Holdo ever survive the horrors…of No-Space?
Having made plans to go in search of a mythical fuel convoy that when missing. The gang finds themselves in no, space where ordinary rules don’t apply. When she figures out that things are a little off. Amylyn who is flying the group’s ship tries to hyperspace out of there and to the group’s astonishment the ship doesn’t move. With few options, Amilyn lands their ship on what appears to be a platform of sorts that has a breathable atmosphere. As Amylyn, Luke, Lando, Lobot, Leia, and Chewbaccas start to investigate the platform they meet a young boy who is local. The boy tries to explain the rules of no, space in exchange for some food. But when he hears something in the distance he runs away. As the group follows they are relieved to know that the boy got away safely. However, they now have to figure out how they can get away from some rather ominous-looking robots.
Just as things couldn’t look any grimmer. The group finds themselves rescued. But who is their mysterious rescuer?
Andrés Genolet does a decent job of portraying the weirdness of No, Space and its many quirks. The detail and sometimes lack thereof kind of make the place look and feel like a sort of pocket universe within the Star Wars universe. The panels where Lando has Lobot try to sort out the old robots were nicely drawn. As is the introduction of their rescuer at the end of the book.
No, Space felt like Star Wars doing its own take of a Twilight Zone episode as you are never quite sure when the next plot twist will come. I look forward to reading the next issue to find out how the gang will figure out a way of getting home.