Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #15 Review

Writer: Ethan Sacks

Artist: Paolo Villanelli

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Price: $3.99

Release Date: August 4, 2021

Reviewed by: Glimmer

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Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #15 written by Ethan Sacks with art by Paolo Villanelli is a tie-in to the Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters crossover event. In this issue, General Vukorah and the Unbroken Clan receive an invitation from Deathstick and Crimson Dawn to attend the syndicate gathering. Meanwhile, Valance & Dengar travel to Canto Bight and make a special deal with Wen Delphis. Finally, T’Onga & Losha travel around in search of more recruits. 


Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #15 continues the trend of the previous issues by having multiple storyline plots within one issue. Readers who enjoy this series and its many characters will not be disappointed with this installment. As characters and situations begin to come together in the Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters main story, Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #15 focuses on bringing the multiple characters in this series to the main crime syndicate gathering. Are they all there yet? Not quite, but things are moving in that direction. As stated in my review of Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters – 4-Lom & Zuckuss #1, this issue has a scene related to the character Zuckuss that takes place AFTER the events in Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters – 4-Lom & Zuckuss #1. Therefore, Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #15 should be read afterward for a better understanding of what Zuckuss is talking about. The artwork in this issue by Paolo Villanelli is well done and enhances the overall enjoyment of the issue. Also, the coloring by Arif Prianto is very well done and worthy of compliment. 


Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #15 is an enjoyable issue that fans of the series will enjoy. It’s definitely NOT a good place to start for new readers, as the multiple plots and subplots can be very confusing. Also, the use of featuring many characters within the series can be too much for a new reader even with the summary page at the beginning. I would suggest new readers begin with some of the previously released issues in the Star Wars; Bounty Hunters series first, before venturing into these stories that are tied into the Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters crossover event.    


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