Poe Dameron 14 is the fourteenth issue of the Marvel comic book series Star Wars: Poe Dameron. The comic was written by Charles Soule with art by Phil Noto. It was released on May 3, 2017.[1]

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Book IV, Part I
It is a time of uncertainty in the galaxy. Standing
against the oppression of the First Order is General
Organa's Resistance, including Poe Dameron and his team of
pilots — Black Squadron.

Poe Dameron and his team have recently emerged from a
bittersweet victory. Through a combination of luck and
skill, they defeated the ruthless crime lord Terex,
although in the process they lost one of their own,
grizzled veteran pilot L'ulo. Terex was taken prisoner by
his former employers, the evil First Order, who intend to
punish him for defying their commands.

Now, back at the hidden Resistance base, Black Squadron
and their comrades have come together to mourn their loss,
while in a First Order prison cell Terex awaits his

Black Squadron, along with many others in the Resistance, attend a funeral for L'ulo L'ampar. Leia Organa gave a speech, and invited Poe Dameron to speak as well. He spoke about being more than flesh and bone, specifically mentioning the Force and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

In First Order space, Terex was held prisoner on a Resurgent-class Star Destroyer. He demanded to speak to Phasma, claiming to have information that could defeat the Resistance. Phasma entered.

While the others are at L'ampar's wake, Dameron and BB-8 fixed his starfighter. Organa found him and questioned him about Oddy Muva. Dameron recounted that Muva had reconfigured an escape pod and flown away, but he was certain that Muva had given information to Terex. Also, C-3PO's memory unit had been cut out.

Terex told Phasma about the memory unit, but Phasma crushed it, telling him it was useless. The data had been corrupted by an electrical surge, and Terex remembered when BB-8 shocked him. Terex pled for his freedom, but Phasma ignored him, giving him one last chance to request an audience with her.

Organa grounded Dameron, and he protested, claiming there was too much work to do. Organa told him to figure out why he had been grounded. Dameron joined the others at the wake.

Terex requested his audience, and told Phasma why the First Order's cause was just. Phasma agreed that he was committed and knew useful information, and stormtroopers came to take him away.

Dameron and Organa spoke about how the fight was more than one person, and Dameron could inspire others. Organa ungrounded Dameron, and told him Black Squadron's next mission.

Terex was given a cybernetic implant that made him totally compliant.


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