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Poe Dameron comic launches in April

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Poe Dameron will be getting the Marvel Comics treatment this April in a new series written by Charles Soule and drawn by Phil Noto.

Since his appearance in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, portrayed by Oscar Isaac, Poe Dameron has been a new fan favourite but not much information about the ace starfighter pilot has been released so far.

Marvel's new comic will apparently focus on Dameron's exploits prior and leading up to his debut in The Force Awakens, where we first see him hunting for information on Luke Skywalker's whereabouts on Jakku.

Soule and Noto have promised to provide new insight into Dameron's personality while fleshing out the Star Wars canon universe with new locations and enemies.

Marvel's Star Wars: Poe Dameron will debut in April.


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At least they have added interesting characters back after clearing out the old EU. :)

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