Hera
The Star Wars Forces of Destiny initiative celebrates the inspiring stories of iconic heroes from a galaxy far, far away....Star Wars Adventures has joined the festivities with an exciting weekly series of comic books that explores all corners of the Star Wars universe, showing how choices both big and small ultimately shape the destinies of beloved characters, such as Princess Leia, Rey, Padme, Ahsoka, and Hera along with your soon-to-be favorites from The Last Jedi, Rose and Paige!Fans will be excited to discover these stories told by talent from across Star Wars novels, comics and animation, including Delilah S. Dawson, Elsa Charretier, Beth Revis, Jody Houser, and Devin Grayson!

Hera Details

TitleHera
Author
ReleaseJan 17th, 2018
PublisherIDW
Rating
GenreMedia Tie In, Star Wars, Sequential Art, Comics, Science Fiction

Hera Review

  • Rebecca
    January 1, 1970
    I'm not a huge fan of the show forces of destiny due to the poor quality of the animation and how the women are built up by making the men look like idiots. It really does look much better as comics. This comic was a fun Hera story and didn't really on the women tearing down men to be awesome, well they made one of the guys who wants to be a leader be a hot head with no character growth so a woman could be a leader, but the other guys were cool, but at least it wasn't all the men are idiots or I'm not a huge fan of the show forces of destiny due to the poor quality of the animation and how the women are built up by making the men look like idiots. It really does look much better as comics. This comic was a fun Hera story and didn't really on the women tearing down men to be awesome, well they made one of the guys who wants to be a leader be a hot head with no character growth so a woman could be a leader, but the other guys were cool, but at least it wasn't all the men are idiots or hot heads. Please Marvel, give us a stand alone Hera comic series starting with her days during the clone wars and leading up to the novel A New Dawn. And also, one for how Sabine met and got recruited by Hera, that would be amazing. We need more Hera stories!
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  • M.L.D.
    January 1, 1970
    Yay, an original Hera story!
  • Ryan Parker
    January 1, 1970
    Good Hera story, well illustrated. The character that was effectively a talking sea otter struck me as a bit odd though.
  • Micah Ulibarri
    January 1, 1970
    This was definitely one of the best issues that IDW has ever put out. It didnt entirely seem like smit was for kids. In fact, it really felt like a Rebels episode. A very solid effort
  • Gef
    January 1, 1970
    yet another great Rebels story.....
  • Joss
    January 1, 1970
    This was better than the previous two issues. More in sync with the Rebels animated series.
  • Holly Hughes
    January 1, 1970
    A fun, original story with wonderful art!(and there was the added bonus that I got the variant cover from my local comic book shop).
  • Teresa
    January 1, 1970
    Constantly on the run from the Empire, Hera does what she can for the Rebel cause. When she finds a factory base being devastated by Imperial control, Hera makes her way into the facility and brings justice for the poor, weary workers therein. Hera can't stand the pain the Empire brings upon others. After helping, the Rebellion may just have some new recruits, but some cannot leave their home planet, hoping the Rebellion will come back to ensure their freedom as the years pass.
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