In Review: Star Wars (2020-) #33 – UNTETHERED!

Luke Skywalker’s connection to the Force has been disrupted; one of his most powerful tools in his journey to become a Jedi is gone.
UNTETHERED

Synopsis: UNTETHERED! Luke Skywalker’s connection to the Force has been disrupted; one of his most powerful tools in his journey to become a Jedi is gone. He must undertake an epic quest to find what he has lost…or he, and the galaxy, will fall to darkness.

 

The Story

In their efforts to get out of No Space. Leia, Lando, and Luke set out on a mission to retrieve the Nihil Engine from their ship, which is on the platform. During the mission, Luke comes under attack from one of the robot guardians and finds himself untethered from the Force. This results in him damaging both his mechanical hand and his lightsaber. However, when the Force returns. Luke finds himself even more powerful than he has ever been. But needs to understand what is happening with the Force as it seems to be coming and going in waves.

Having retrieved the Nihil Engine. Leia and Lando offer the residents of No Space a means of escaping to life in the wider galaxy.

 

The Artwork

Madibek Musabekov produces some great imagery for this issue, which continues to tie in with the storyline that was started in The Crimson Dawn Hidden Empire series. The panels where Luke reaches out to the Force and manages to incapacitate all of the Killer Droids on the platform is perhaps the most cinematic image in the book. I also loved the image of all the ships linked together very precariously as Holdo pilots the rebels and the Kezaret people back to the Galaxy.

 

Overall

This is a solid issue that more or less wraps up the No Space storyline and acts as a further platform to tie Luke Skywalker into the Hidden Empire Storyline as he begins to also feel the effects of The Fermata Cage.

Overall. I look forward to seeing how this will all tie into the build-up to Return of The Jedi.

 

9.8
Star Wars (2020-) #33 - UNTETHERED!
  • Covers
    9.7
  • Story
    9.6
  • Artwork
    10
  • Lettering
    9.5
  • Colours
    10

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