HAN SOLO: DOES HE GET ENOUGH CREDIT?
I've heard a lot of complaints about the Star Wars characters, but one of the biggest ones is, HAN SOLO DOESN'T GET ENOUGH CREDIT! If it wasn't for Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Obi-wan "Ben" Kenobi, C-3PO, and R2-D2 wouldn't have gotten to the Death Star. If they found another pilot to bring them to Alderaan, Darth Vader would have killed him during the Battle of Yavin. If, somehow, he survived that, Han saved Luke's life in The Empire Strikes Back, when Luke would have froze to death if Han didn't come and cut open the taun taun, using the insides to keep the young Jedi warm. And how does Solo get repayed? He gets put in carbonite! I do understand that Luke did help save Han, with the help of Lando Calrissian, Princess Leia Organa, and Chewbacca in Jabba's Palace, but, I would like it if they gave Han more credit.
In the Star Wars Technical Journal, under "History of the New Republic," the author wrote that Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker was the hero of the Rebel Alliance. Didn't say anything about Han Solo. Also, in that book, they only talk about Solo when they tell the reader about Han's ship, the Millennium Falcon.
I'm sure that some of you disagree with this, but, hopefully, some of you do agree with this. I hope in the upcoming books, movies, novels, ect, they talk more about Han Solo and they give him more credit.