Boba Fett is dead. A team of clone troopers and mercenaries have taken out the world’s best bounty hunter. Upon finding out about Boba Fett’s death, Connor Freeman (who is according to the synopsis on Darkhorse.com the son of a clone trooper) mourns his death after we’re thrown a hint about his past relationship with Fett, and goes on his own adventure. We’re led to believe that he is killing off the people responsible for Fett’s death, which may or may not be the case. I’m not going to spoil the ending, but it’s another “what’s REALLY happening here?” moment.
I really liked this issue. I liked the art (which you can check out an example of below). I liked the story. It’s a story of revenge(possibly) and how a team of assassins is going to pay for messing with the wrong guy. I hope Boba Fett is Dead keeps up the intensity on the vengeance while the story unfolds and we learn the secrets behind it.
I have no complaints, other than I can’t read the entire story now. This is just the first part of four, but that’s how comics go. You have to wait until next month for your fix.
If you’re into Star Wars, or just stories that are revenge focused, you need to check out Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett is Dead #1.