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There aren't many ways someone like Han, a young scrumrat raised in the streets of Corellia, can leave his planet and become a great pilot, and none of them are easy. But when Han finally makes it, it sets up a life-changing journey that will turn him, and his future co-pilot Chewbacca, into the most famous smugglers in the galaxy. Capturing the galaxy-spanning action of So There aren't many ways someone like Han, a young scrumrat raised in the streets of Corellia, can leave his planet and become a great pilot, and none of them are easy. But when Han finally makes it, it sets up a life-changing journey that will turn him, and his future co-pilot Chewbacca, into the most famous smugglers in the galaxy. Capturing the galaxy-spanning action of Solo, experience the movie as a beautiful graphic novel combining the epic wonder of Star Wars with streamlined, young-reader friendly designs. This all-ages graphic novel is a must-read for longtime fans and a great introduction for young newcomers!


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There aren't many ways someone like Han, a young scrumrat raised in the streets of Corellia, can leave his planet and become a great pilot, and none of them are easy. But when Han finally makes it, it sets up a life-changing journey that will turn him, and his future co-pilot Chewbacca, into the most famous smugglers in the galaxy. Capturing the galaxy-spanning action of So There aren't many ways someone like Han, a young scrumrat raised in the streets of Corellia, can leave his planet and become a great pilot, and none of them are easy. But when Han finally makes it, it sets up a life-changing journey that will turn him, and his future co-pilot Chewbacca, into the most famous smugglers in the galaxy. Capturing the galaxy-spanning action of Solo, experience the movie as a beautiful graphic novel combining the epic wonder of Star Wars with streamlined, young-reader friendly designs. This all-ages graphic novel is a must-read for longtime fans and a great introduction for young newcomers!

30 review for Star Wars: Solo Graphic Novel Adaptation

  1. 4 out of 5

    Neil R. Coulter

    There's nothing terribly wrong with these graphic novel adaptations, but they're just such abridged versions of the movies. This one in particular felt oddly abrupt in a number of places. There's nothing terribly wrong with these graphic novel adaptations, but they're just such abridged versions of the movies. This one in particular felt oddly abrupt in a number of places.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Truebluedah ♪

    When I picked this up I was so happy to see if the book met the same expectations that the movie did. Then I saw how tiny it was. Now let it be known, I have nothing against tiny books but I kept thinking, “How is this tiny book going to properly portray the awesomeness of the movie?!” Of course, it couldn’t. It felt like all the awesomeness had been leeched out to be able to keep it short for young readers. And I must say, if I were a “young reader” I much would’ve preferred it to be long a When I picked this up I was so happy to see if the book met the same expectations that the movie did. Then I saw how tiny it was. Now let it be known, I have nothing against tiny books but I kept thinking, “How is this tiny book going to properly portray the awesomeness of the movie?!” Of course, it couldn’t. It felt like all the awesomeness had been leeched out to be able to keep it short for young readers. And I must say, if I were a “young reader” I much would’ve preferred it to be long and awesome than short and crappy. I had hoped that it would Be good but I returned this five minutes after getting it from the library. It was not good at all. And here’s compensation for how I used zero emojis in this review. (I know, how could I?!) 🥳🤩⛄️💐🙈🦄

  3. 4 out of 5

    James

    Well done adaptation of the movie. I like the art as well.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steve Davala

    Pretty ok. Feels really short, though. Like a lot of the scenes got a little clipped. Doesn't feel like the author was allowed any creative license, it is just the movie, with fewer lines. I dug the art style though, but by the end Han's model was bugging me a bit.. and I realized why. He looks like Mick Jagger. There were cool little things in there to catch only if you knew the movie, though. Like when Lando cheats at Sabacc, you see this little flash of the card he stashed in his sleeve. Litt Pretty ok. Feels really short, though. Like a lot of the scenes got a little clipped. Doesn't feel like the author was allowed any creative license, it is just the movie, with fewer lines. I dug the art style though, but by the end Han's model was bugging me a bit.. and I realized why. He looks like Mick Jagger. There were cool little things in there to catch only if you knew the movie, though. Like when Lando cheats at Sabacc, you see this little flash of the card he stashed in his sleeve. Little things. But cool things.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    These are fun but they’re nothing new. They’ve got really great artwork and I can see how these would be great for kids.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I liked the flick (not as much as Rogue One), but I have to say that this book left me with a big feeling of Eh. I’m going to do this review as a series of questions and answers: 1. Who is the audience for this book? I have no idea. It might be for kids who are too young to see the film. I had a sense that all the PG material was cut out of the book like some of the gore and the heat between Han and Qi’ra. Maybe age 10-12. I really don’t know. 2. What was the purpose of turning the film into a gra I liked the flick (not as much as Rogue One), but I have to say that this book left me with a big feeling of Eh. I’m going to do this review as a series of questions and answers: 1. Who is the audience for this book? I have no idea. It might be for kids who are too young to see the film. I had a sense that all the PG material was cut out of the book like some of the gore and the heat between Han and Qi’ra. Maybe age 10-12. I really don’t know. 2. What was the purpose of turning the film into a graphic novel? Money. Pure and simple profit. The little Disney logo on the lower left-hand side of the cover… Mini-rant: I have had no problem with the core SW stories in the Disney age, but the marketing has gotten a little intense. And this book feels like marketing gone awry. I’ve heard the novelization of the film enhances the story and adds some nuggets not found on the screen, but this book actually cuts things out, including the opening speeder chase!!! 3. Did I find any positives in this book? Yes. I like the artwork. It’s half-cartoony, but a good style. That big eye, sort of elongated body look that I’ve seen before. It works. It’s not dark at all, which makes me think this may be for a younger audience. 4. Will I ever try another SW graphic novelization? No. I picked this one up from the library and saw they had an Empire one also. I’m happy that I only got this one. I can’t take any more aggravation! Thanks for listening! That was good therapy. For all of my reviews: https://paulspicks.blog

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ahdom

    I usually enjoy the Marvel adaptations a little more than I do these from IDW. I still appreciate these a lot. However, I think I may have enjoyed this one perhaps least of all the IDW adaptations. It fell really flat for me and it failed to give you the same feels the film did or the Marvel adaptation did. This volume adds very little to the tale and is largely skippable, but worthwhile if you are a Star Wars completionist.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kelly K

    I was expecting a full comic adaptation that is normally published after Star Wars movies but this was just a really short children's version. Judging it as an adaptation for children it wasn't bad though I'm not sure why Han's face reminded me of Handsome Squidward so much. Those cheekbones could slice through a tauntaun. I was expecting a full comic adaptation that is normally published after Star Wars movies but this was just a really short children's version. Judging it as an adaptation for children it wasn't bad though I'm not sure why Han's face reminded me of Handsome Squidward so much. Those cheekbones could slice through a tauntaun.

  9. 5 out of 5

    T.M. Carper

    Kid friendly version of "Solo" that is very short and condensed but still keeps some of the lines in tact and the feel of the movie in a sense. Kid friendly version of "Solo" that is very short and condensed but still keeps some of the lines in tact and the feel of the movie in a sense.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    3.5

  11. 5 out of 5

    María Pía

    I liked it, but many parts were missing.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ian (RebelGeek) Seal

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The art is beautiful. Several cool or funny moments of the film are skipped. Most unforgivable: they didn’t show the changes to the Millennium Falcon after launching the escape ship during the Kessel Run. The ship is drawn the same through the whole book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bri Brianna

    If you don’t know the story, the panels are challenging to follow. The art style was also not my favorite: felt rushed in some places.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Craig

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mike Troxell

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tutti

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chas

  18. 4 out of 5

    Derek

  19. 4 out of 5

    Daphne Mumba

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sumeet Garg

  21. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

  22. 5 out of 5

    Drunky

  23. 4 out of 5

    Diane Aviles

    Grade level: 2-5th grade This graphic novel is an adaptation of the recent film. A fictional story of a man battling his good and bad side. Having a book or books on movies students is important for them to be happy to pick it up and read. This book can be used as an incentive for free reading time. It also can be used to push more reading in the classroom if a child is struggling.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Hugo Lau

  25. 4 out of 5

    Debby

  26. 5 out of 5

    Terry

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chuck Zimmer

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rebekah

  29. 5 out of 5

    Meharvan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cara

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