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In an era of Galactic Empire rule, as the last of the Jedi are hunted and eliminated, a fledgling rebellion begins to take form. On the planet Lothal, con artist Ezra makes a living stealing Empire goods to sell on the black market, but one heist doesn't go as planned...Suddenly, this teen's solitary ways are challenged by a band of ragtag rebels-the crew of the starship G In an era of Galactic Empire rule, as the last of the Jedi are hunted and eliminated, a fledgling rebellion begins to take form. On the planet Lothal, con artist Ezra makes a living stealing Empire goods to sell on the black market, but one heist doesn't go as planned...Suddenly, this teen's solitary ways are challenged by a band of ragtag rebels-the crew of the starship Ghost! Based on the animated series!


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In an era of Galactic Empire rule, as the last of the Jedi are hunted and eliminated, a fledgling rebellion begins to take form. On the planet Lothal, con artist Ezra makes a living stealing Empire goods to sell on the black market, but one heist doesn't go as planned...Suddenly, this teen's solitary ways are challenged by a band of ragtag rebels-the crew of the starship G In an era of Galactic Empire rule, as the last of the Jedi are hunted and eliminated, a fledgling rebellion begins to take form. On the planet Lothal, con artist Ezra makes a living stealing Empire goods to sell on the black market, but one heist doesn't go as planned...Suddenly, this teen's solitary ways are challenged by a band of ragtag rebels-the crew of the starship Ghost! Based on the animated series!

30 review for Star Wars Rebels, Vol. 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Khurram

    Got to say I loved this book. Loved the anime style drawings. The visuals are awesome. I am really glad the focused the book on Ezra and Kanan. Playing up the Jedi angle just makes this so much better. This comic covers the first couple of episodes of Rebels. I don't if it was that I saw thus quite a while ago, or I missed some of the instance in the comic that where in the show but I really like how this book was done. Bonus story of Vader. Awesome as always. Got to say I loved this book. Loved the anime style drawings. The visuals are awesome. I am really glad the focused the book on Ezra and Kanan. Playing up the Jedi angle just makes this so much better. This comic covers the first couple of episodes of Rebels. I don't if it was that I saw thus quite a while ago, or I missed some of the instance in the comic that where in the show but I really like how this book was done. Bonus story of Vader. Awesome as always.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Eva B.

    This was fine. The art was cute, although it took me a bit to figure out how to read it since it was my first manga. The pacing was a bit off to me, it skimmed over a lot of the episode (for example, (view spoiler)[ Ezra being captured during the Kessel raid is completely skipped over, which is too bad because it felt like a very important moment in the show (hide spoiler)] and there's also a weird amount of swearing. I mean, nothing more than "hell" and "damn" (and far be it for me to complain This was fine. The art was cute, although it took me a bit to figure out how to read it since it was my first manga. The pacing was a bit off to me, it skimmed over a lot of the episode (for example, (view spoiler)[ Ezra being captured during the Kessel raid is completely skipped over, which is too bad because it felt like a very important moment in the show (hide spoiler)] and there's also a weird amount of swearing. I mean, nothing more than "hell" and "damn" (and far be it for me to complain about swearing lmao) but it was jarring to see Ezra yell "dammit!" The dinner scene at the end was perfect though, I love this found family so much.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    I have to admit first that I haven’t seen the series; Star Wars Rebels. I definitely will be adding it to my watch list now! This is a great start to a series in the Star Wars world and I love expanding my Star Wars Universe with these manga novels. The art is so good but sometimes gets lost in the action. I love the way the eyes look. Anyway, I’m looking forward to volume two!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    Loved this. Fans of Rebels and manga will be pleased

  5. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Bulthaupt

    Volume 1 of the Rebels manga adapts the premier of the Star Wars Rebels TV show, The Spark of Rebellion, into the Japanese comic format. It's certainly not a one-to-one adaptation and some artistic liberties have been taken, but the core of the story is there for sure. Akira Aoki definitely bends things to fit the style of the medium, which made me chuckle or smirk occasionally, seeing Ezra or Kanan have a very dramatic moment shouting things in a manner very unlike the show. I'm sure there's a Volume 1 of the Rebels manga adapts the premier of the Star Wars Rebels TV show, The Spark of Rebellion, into the Japanese comic format. It's certainly not a one-to-one adaptation and some artistic liberties have been taken, but the core of the story is there for sure. Akira Aoki definitely bends things to fit the style of the medium, which made me chuckle or smirk occasionally, seeing Ezra or Kanan have a very dramatic moment shouting things in a manner very unlike the show. I'm sure there's a bit that's lost in translation as well, since this was an English show translated to a Japanese manga and now back to English, so don't expect exact quotes of dialog. But the key strokes are all there: the marketplace heist, finding the Holocron, the Wookies on Kessel, and Agent Kallus all make their appearances. If you enjoy comics and especially the manga format, I think you'll enjoy the first volume of the Star Wars Rebels adaptation. It has the heart and soul of the TV show with a decidedly Japanese flair to it, which makes it a lot of fun to read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Echoes

    This was a really entertaining read and a decent introduction to Star Wars Rebels for anime/manga fans, I think. I loved the adaptation of the first Rebels episodes (though it was a very abridged adaptation) and seeing everything happen in a manga art style was fun. The art was not the best at times but I can forgive that for the most part. Some physics were ignored to advance the plot at the beginning (Ezra’s slingshot would not be nearly powerful enough to redirect a cannon on an AT-ST, even u This was a really entertaining read and a decent introduction to Star Wars Rebels for anime/manga fans, I think. I loved the adaptation of the first Rebels episodes (though it was a very abridged adaptation) and seeing everything happen in a manga art style was fun. The art was not the best at times but I can forgive that for the most part. Some physics were ignored to advance the plot at the beginning (Ezra’s slingshot would not be nearly powerful enough to redirect a cannon on an AT-ST, even using the Force to help). The part of the story where Zeb leaves Ezra to be captured is completely skipped over. Still, I enjoyed the book very much. The anime/manga tropes lend themselves well to this type of story with a focus on the little family that the Ghost crew will become. There’s also a great little Darth Vader short at the end (which I believe is adapted from the ‘Dark Lords of the Sith’ novel).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ursula

    This was a quick and fun read. I wasn’t crazy about the character design, and the background drawings were sometimes chaotic. But this manga is a must for Rebels fans. It’s a great way to revisit the characters and stories from the animated series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rivulet027

    A fun retelling of the first few episodes of Rebels. I liked the way it got into both Ezra's and Kanan's heads. The art is gorgeous! A fun retelling of the first few episodes of Rebels. I liked the way it got into both Ezra's and Kanan's heads. The art is gorgeous!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Gabe

    Great adaptation of the beginning of the show. The art was amazing - definitely looking forward to more from this artist!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Noah Smith

    I really hope that more and more stories from TV and books will be adapted in manga, or maybe even anime. This manga is very entertaining and well drawn.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    The character designs are inconsistent, and the set style and composition often makes it difficult to tell what’s happening.

  12. 4 out of 5

    McKenzie Dean

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sammy

  14. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

  15. 5 out of 5

    Raiah

  16. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  17. 4 out of 5

    Дени ★ Проданова

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michael

  19. 5 out of 5

    Steven McCullar

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  21. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pedro Trigo

  23. 4 out of 5

    Richard Harrison

  24. 4 out of 5

    Heather Castle

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jadrien Douglas

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Buck johnson

  28. 4 out of 5

    b.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Austin Francis

  30. 4 out of 5

    Michael Gray

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