Star Wars: Poe Dameron: Flight Log

Star Wars Poe Dameron Flight Log Like many a great epic Star Wars is rooted in a rich history of armed conflict Now for the first time the facts figures and backstories of major clashes and combatants in the Star Wars universe ha

  • Title: Star Wars: Poe Dameron: Flight Log
  • Author: Michael Kogge
  • ISBN: 9780794437183
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Like many a great epic, Star Wars is rooted in a rich history of armed conflict Now, for the first time, the facts, figures and backstories of major clashes and combatants in the Star Wars universe have been documented in this volume It combines action filled narrative with encyclopedic knowledge.

    One thought on “Star Wars: Poe Dameron: Flight Log”

    1. No, really, this is darling. Much like the Rey counterpart -- Rey's Survival Guide -- there are a lot of nice little character, vehicle*, and storyline details, drawing from the movies but also other books (in this case, there are several refs to the ongoing Poe Dameron comic). As much as a like a good villain, Poe's legit on the light side of the force, a true good guy with just enough ego and self-sacrificing courage one must assume something entirely horrific will happen to him in upcoming fi [...]

    2. As an art book it's lovely, but as an actual book to read, it seems a bit low on new information. Plenty of pictures and factoids. There isn't as much backstory or other info included in the log itself.

    3. Quick, easy, fun read about Poe's background and kind of what happened between his crash on Jakku and his appearance at Maz's place. Told in snippets, dossier's, pics, interviews, logs Fun. But, not a lot of meat to it, and I feel like I've read this stuff before somewhere else.

    4. It was a Star Wars book, guys, of course I read it.For all that, it's fine. It's kind of a weird combo of very young and pretty adult? It's a junior-grade retelling of some of the Poe Dameron comics and The Force Awakens, but it's also got some very detailed schematics for a lot of the things Poe flies over the course of the book. I think those are a little above the audience level the rest of the book seems to be aiming for.For all that, it's cute. It's also got some backstory for Poe: he grew [...]

    5. Eh. Includes bits from the Poe comic, the Before the Awakening MG book, the Shattered Empire comic, and TFA itself. For me it was pretty bland.

    6. Fun kids book along the lines of Rey's Survival Guide. Nothing really new, but a couple of comic references.

    7. The title says it all in this book. It's a look at Poe Dameron's life immediately before The Force Awakens with some nice nods to the Poe Dameron comic, along with filling in some gaps like how he made it off Jakku. The fold out diagrams are great!

    8. This is amazing! The artwork is gorgeous and the story is gripping, which it rather impressive since it follows story lines from Episode VII and the new EU for Poe, so even though I knew what was going to happen, I was still in suspense and on edge.

    9. Ray's Journal was a dense addition to the Star Wars canon. Compared to that, Pope's Flight Log is a thin disappoint. There's not much here, and what there is largely rehashes what we already know.

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