Charles Soule's Poe Dameron comic book series has given fans a whole new perspective on the Resistance pilot, things that go far beyond what is seen on screen in his wit, good-heartedness, and courage. Recently, StarWars.com interviewed Soule about future plans for Dameron, the creative process, Black Squadron, and more.
When asked about the new issue, #27, due to come out May 16, Soule had this to say:
"The bookends of Poe Dameron issues 26-31 are set moments after the events of The Last Jedi. I don’t want to suggest that it’s a direct mini-sequel or anything like that; the story is told as a flashback in a conversation following the Battle of Crait. It just gives fans a taste of where things are after the film wraps up. It also takes a look at both The Force Awakens and The Last Jedifrom the point of view of characters we didn’t necessarily see in the movies, and will catch us up on what Black Squadron was up to during Episode VIII in particular. I can’t wait for these issues to begin coming out — they were so much fun to write!"
Be sure to check out some of the issues of Poe Dameron comics here!
Article by: Mohammad "Grand Master" Ziad