In Review: Star Wars: Bounty Hunters (2020-) #37

The BOUNTY HUNTERS must contend with the looming shadow of the sins of BOBA FETT'S father!

Synopsis: THE HAUNTING SECRET MISSION OF JANGO FETT! A DARK DROIDS TIE-IN! The BOUNTY HUNTERS must contend with the looming shadow of the sins of BOBA FETT’S father! What is the secret that lurks on the mysterious droid outpost, THE HAVEN? Who is TARR KLIGSON and what is his connection to Jango Fett?


The Story

Picking up from where the last issue left off. T’onga and her team have just finished a mission to help Boba Fett who gave them some coordinates and a password that will lead them to a Fixer who has the skills needed to fix Valance and hopefully restore his lost human memories. However, the Fixer is a former associate of Boba Fett’s father Jango, and may well have an agenda of his own when it comes to Valance.


The Artwork

Davide Tinto takes on the artwork this month and provides some pretty solid work. I liked the images of Valance’s memories of Yura and how they gradually fade to represent the fact that Valance is forgetting her. We also get some nice flashback images of Jango Fett’s ship flying to the same destination that T’onga is taking in the present. I also enjoyed the brief conversation that we saw between Jango and one of the Cloners on Kamino. So visually there is a lot of good stuff in this story.



Ethan Sacks does a pretty solid job of continuing this story arc and bringing in elements from the various Star Wars movies and TV shows in order to add some seasoning to the proceedings. I quite enjoyed the Flashback in which we see Jango Fett taking the Fixer to the same space station as T’onga is going to in the present.

I also liked seeing the Cloners on Kamino getting used again as a story element as it’s been a while since we last saw them in the comics.

Overall. A fun read.

Star Wars: Bounty Hunters (2020-) #37
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