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Title: Lost Tribe of the Sith: Skyborn
Reviewer: santatm
Review Date : October 9, 2017
Review: In the end of the series: "The Fall of the Sith Empire." See what happens to the remaining Sith fleet and Naga Sadow. What happens to Jori and Gav Daragon, and the new start the republic takes post-war. This is the last issue in this series and is probably the best of all ... [continued]
   
Title: The Despotica, Part II: The Pirate Prince
Reviewer: santatm
Review Date : July 25, 2017
Review: (SPOILERS) This play is written by "Lyechusas" and it is about Xim's rise to power by killing his brothers and his father. He takes Indrexu as his lover after stabbing his father. It is an interesting read because it is in the play format. I would only read if you are ... [continued]
   
Title: The Despotica, Part I: Selections
Reviewer: santatm
Review Date : July 25, 2017
Review: The first part in the Despotica is all about Xim the Despot and his conflict with the Hutts. It covers three main battles that are fought between Xim and Kossak of the Hutts. It is a great history in the depths of the Star Wars galaxy and it has a great writing style as ... [continued]
   
Title: Dawn of the Jedi: Force War #5
Reviewer: santatm
Review Date : July 21, 2017
Review: This issue is about the end of the Force war that has been brought onto Tython by the Rakatan Infinite Empire. This is a good ending to the short series, but it was somewhat predictable. Predor Skalnas's goal is to reach the infinity gate and travel every world in the ... [continued]
   
Title: Dawn of the Jedi: Force Storm #5
Reviewer: santatm
Review Date : May 15, 2017
Review: This is the last book in the Dawn of the Jedi: Force Storm comic series. It is very interesting, during the comic it shows what happens to Xesh, the Jedaii who fight him and the planet under the power of the Force Storm. It introduces several characters like Calleh a ... [continued]
   
Title: Dawn of the Jedi: Force Storm #4
Reviewer: santatm
Review Date : May 15, 2017
Review: I thought this was very interesting, it gives a great backstory to Xesh and his character. It also dives into the force and illusions and its power in the Abyss of Ruh.
   
Title: Jedi Quest: The Master of Disguise
Reviewer: waden34
Review Date : March 16, 2017
Review: The story was nothing special. It wasn't bad, just average. Overall, it was nothing we haven't read previously. It did set up some plot points for future novels, so hopefully those will pan out well. The characters were very well done however. Jude has a gift for ... [continued]
   
Title: Outbound Flight
Reviewer: waden34
Review Date : March 14, 2017
Review: I was introduced to the Expanded Universe of Star Wars in the early 90s when my cousin gave me a copy of Heir to the Empire for Christmas. Zahn's writing drew my in to the universe and I've been stuck there ever since. Outbound Flight does a great job of telling the ... [continued]
   
Title: Jedi Quest: The Trail of the Jedi
Reviewer: waden34
Review Date : March 14, 2017
Review: I really enjoyed the relationship between Anakin and Obi-Wan in this book. The conflicts were very real and engaging. Both Master and Padawan grew more in this short book than they did in any of the prequel movies...
   
Title: Jedi Apprentice Special Edition 2: The Followers
Reviewer: waden34
Review Date : March 12, 2017
Review: This was a pretty good end to the Jedi Apprentice series. The relationships between Qui-Gon & Obi-Wan and Obi-Wan and Anakin were well done. There was more development here than in most of the other 18 books combined. This book did leave a lot of unanswered questions, ... [continued]
   
Title: Rogue Planet
Reviewer: waden34
Review Date : March 12, 2017
Review: I have never been a fan of Greg Bear's writing style. His descriptions are often too detailed and cause my mind to wander out of boredom. That said, there isn't a lot else to like in this book. The whole idea of Sekot was hard to believe and even harder to ... [continued]
   
Title: Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter
Reviewer: tstarnes
Review Date : March 8, 2017
Review: The biggest problem with Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter is nothing in the book matters. This book changes nothing in the larger universe, has no lasting affect after the end of the novel, and adds nothing to the universe. While that would keep it from being great, ... [continued]
   
Title: Rogue One
Reviewer: Maidel
Review Date : December 19, 2016
Review: I remember as a twelve year old going to see Jurassic Park, a film for me which must have been the same as Star Wars had been a generation before. There was so much hype around that film that no matter how fantastic it was, it was never going to live up to that ... [continued]
   
Title: Princess Leia #5
Reviewer: drax
Review Date : February 4, 2016
Review: I am no writer, but from a long time reader point of view, I can only imagine that the climax of a story is the hardest thing to write. Or at least the hardest part to get right. It seems even worse when you consider comics because, unless they are rewarded with a ... [continued]
   
Title: Star Wars (2015) #1
Reviewer: Lindsay Young
Review Date : February 3, 2016
Review: Star Wars #1 arrives in time to promote the upcoming sequel series, but this comic is all about the original series. Taking place chronolocially between A New Hope and the Empire Strikes Back, Skywalker Strikes is the first ‘book’ in a new series aiming to bridge some of ... [continued]
   
Title: The Force Awakens
Reviewer: theDude
Review Date : January 9, 2016
Review: Yes it’s a cliché but it’s also a truism (like many clichés are): you can’t go home again. Sure there’s a lot which is familiar but at the end of the day, like the man said, you’re not the same person and it’s not the same river. That won’t ever stop anyone from ... [continued]
   
Title: Obi-Wan & Anakin #1
Reviewer: tstarnes
Review Date : January 9, 2016
Review: I have to admit, I was really happy when I saw this book announced. One of the things I liked about what is now the Legend line is how fleshed out all the parts between the movies were and the context it helps give to what we saw in the movies. So far with the New EU, ... [continued]
   
Title: Kanan #2
Reviewer: raistlin903
Review Date : May 6, 2015
Review: One of the greatest moments in Star Wars history has happened, Order 66 has been put into play. And unlike in the Revenge of the Sith, were we get a montage of scenes that show Jedi Masters being killed across the Galaxy, non of them felt as personal as the version of this ... [continued]
   
Title: Fighter Flight
Reviewer: raistlin903
Review Date : April 5, 2015
Review: This was a great episode, and it did not have to do with the overall idea of stopping the empire. This was an episode about a simple supplies run or, to make it sound even simpler, grocery shopping. And the two stars of the episode are Ezra and Zeb. It would seem the crew ... [continued]
   
Title: Star Wars (2015) #15
Reviewer: Maidel
Review Date : February 7, 2015
Review: I generally hate filler books. Hate them with an absolute passion. I hate the reserve writers, the substitute artists and the fact the issues have no meaning or point beyond cheaply filling another slot while the main contributors catch up. Well this is none of those ... [continued]
   
Title: Droids in Distress
Reviewer: raistlin903
Review Date : December 29, 2014
Review: Now that all the introductions are out of the way, we are going to settle into this series and start to get some character development and just start to get a good feel for the crew. First thing you need to know about this one, pertains to the name of the episode and the ... [continued]
   
Title: Spark of Rebellion
Reviewer: raistlin903
Review Date : December 5, 2014
Review: So here we are at Star Wars Rebels, the first video entry into the new Star Wars EU. So let’s see where to begin. It has been 6 years since we left Kanan and Hera at the end of A New Dawn, and apparently they have been busy. But that is jumping ahead a little. We ... [continued]
 
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