Somewhere along the line, and we'll probably never know exactly why it happened, there was an influx of this type of art shoving aside cartoonists in favor of realistic figures that have the faces, feature for feature, of the people we see when we go to the movie theater.
This one in particular had over a dozen easily recognizable actors popping up throughout the issue. And this, brace yourselves, is the worst of it; it was an issue of Star Wars. This artist, in his wisdom, chose to lightbox actors other than the ones readily available from the original films. That, at least, I would have understood doing, in the interests of continuity.
I'm not entirely certain, and now certainly ashamed, as to why I bought this issue but I assure you it's gone to the recycling bin, at some point hopefully to be recycled into a real comic book, if there is any sort of Karma.