Inspired by the Cartoon Network's Clone Wars cartoons, this comic-book series uses the television show as a jumping-off point to tell new stories of heroism and villainy in the same stripped-down visual style.
Steals a secret Separtist starfighter!
KI-ADI-MUNDI and RIVI-ANU
Rescue an army of clone troopers!
Battle in the clouds of a gas planet!
PLO KOON and KIT FISTO
Get trapped in an underwater prison!
Incredible action, hot art, and lightning-fast pacing are coming your way in this exciting take on the Star Wars galaxy!
Okay so as anybody who knows me will say i'm a Star Wars fan, although i tend to think of myself as a fan of good Science Fiction, and this little number fits right in to the good Science Fiction category. Whilst there are some who might expect to see some cool CGI rendered images in this book, I hate to disappoint you but sorry, the artistic style in this is more "Samurai Jack" which I feel works for this book. The six stories are as unique and separate as you could imagine and the only real connection is they all take place in the Star Wars universe. Whilst for some avid Star Wars fan some of the characters will be familiar to youm you don't have to be a complete Star Wars nut to enjoy these 4 stories.
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