Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith

Star Wars Omnibus Rise of the Sith Before the name of Skywalkeror Vaderachieved fame across the galaxy the Jedi Knights had long preserved peace and justice as well as preventing the return of the Sith Collected in this newest Star Wa

  • Title: Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith
  • Author: Mike Kennedy Ron Marz Dean Motter Randy Stradley Jan Strnad Ramón F. Bachs Jan Duursema Davide Fabbri
  • ISBN: 9781621153535
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Before the name of Skywalkeror Vaderachieved fame across the galaxy, the Jedi Knights had long preserved peace and justice as well as preventing the return of the Sith Collected in this newest Star Wars Omnibus are tales leading up to The Phantom Menace Firstpreviously uncollected and out of printQuiGon Jinn and his Padawan ObiWan Kenobi save a sinking ship in TheBefore the name of Skywalkeror Vaderachieved fame across the galaxy, the Jedi Knights had long preserved peace and justice as well as preventing the return of the Sith Collected in this newest Star Wars Omnibus are tales leading up to The Phantom Menace Firstpreviously uncollected and out of printQuiGon Jinn and his Padawan ObiWan Kenobi save a sinking ship in The Aurorient Express and investigate an unexpected death in Last Stand on Ord Mantell The origins of bounty hunter Aurra Sing are revealed in Aurra s Song Then, in Jedi Council and Prelude to Rebellion we follow two key Jedi Masters, Mace Windu and KiAdiMundi as they face new foes that will try the Jedi ways to the very limit And finally, in Darth Maul, the terrifying Sith apprentice leaves a trail of death in his efforts to keep the secrets of his Master.

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    2 thoughts on “Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith

    1. Mike Kennedy Ron Marz Dean Motter Randy Stradley Jan Strnad Ramón F. Bachs Jan Duursema Davide Fabbri says:

      Mike Kennedy Ron Marz Dean Motter Randy Stradley Jan Strnad Ramón F. Bachs Jan Duursema Davide Fabbri Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith book, this is one of the most wanted Mike Kennedy Ron Marz Dean Motter Randy Stradley Jan Strnad Ramón F. Bachs Jan Duursema Davide Fabbri author readers around the world.

    2. One of the things I love about the entire Omnibus is that every issue chosen for it was coloured very well. The vibrancy popped out of most of the pages.Also, unlike other Omnibi (Omnibuses?), there are a few additional pages of cover art at the end. :)Qui-Gon & Obi-Wan - The Auroient ExpressThe art was not drawn well here.The Auroient is a luxury cruise liner that's gone off-orbt and is sinking in the atmosphere. Most of the people on board have their own agendas, which mostly work against [...]

    3. Star Wars Legends Project #59Background: Rise of the Sith, released in January of 2009, collected around half a dozen series of comics that take place in the years leading up to The Phantom Menace, but only a few of those series were not previously collected in a trade paperback of their own. This is a review of the 2 Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan series The Aurorient Express (2 issues, released in 2002) and Last Stand on Ord Mantell (3 issues, released in 2000-2001). I will review the other series separa [...]

    4. Holy shit, Darth Maul is so badasssssss. LOL! Loved this. I must find more Star Wars fiction pertaining the awesomeness that is Darth Maul. That fool would have been the next Sith Lord had he survived Palpatine and Qui-Gon Jinn/Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber duel in Episode I. Which is still the best lightsaber duel in all the films, hands down. BECAUSE OF MAUL.

    5. The Rise of the Sith Omnibus from Dark Horse comics collects 7 different storylines from various Star Wars comics and miniseries. These stories all take place shortly before The Phantom Menace and include lots of familiar faces from those series. Please note that a lot of the individual storyline reviews are included in my reviews of the Rise of the Sith Epic Collection Volume 1.The first storyline, "The Aurorient Express", comes from the Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan comics. Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan are inves [...]

    6. The Aurorient Express - 2 starsThis is an exuberant and flashy mess, constantly falling over itself to reveal new twists and turns in its gambit pileup. It's heavily stylized with all these nautical and gangster flourishes and it feels closer to something out of Futurama than Star Wars; I was generally not a fan of its aesthetic (far too cartoonish) or how cheeky it feels. They named a character Chief Bouyardy -_- Obi-wan and Qui-gon are fine but they don't ever do anything interesting--the murd [...]

    7. This was a mixed bag. Nothing here really stood out as great, but some of it was pretty good. This is all stuff that was published between the release of episodes I and II, I think. Some details seem contrary to stuff that was established in episodes II and III. And I guess none of it counts as part of the "canon" anymore, anyway. But if you just look at it as some random sci-fi comics that happen to be set in (an outdated version of) the Star Wars universe, it's ok.The Jan Duursema art on the D [...]

    8. Many times when I review graphic novels I talk about value for money. I believe the Omnibuses by Dark Horse are one great example where what your dollars fetch is important. I will summarize my entire opinion of the Rise of the Sith by saying that I think if you're interested in this era of the Star Wars storyline, you will enjoy this Omnibus and feel you got a bargain. There are a lot of solid, four star stories in this omnibus and it will take some time to read through them all. Since this is [...]

    9. The first story aurorient express, was pretty good and I even thought the plot was decent, art was solid. I would have liked a better ending 3.9I really enjoyed last stand on Ore Mantell. It had a remarkable plot and the characters were great. I felt like this was a fresh. new idea and the writer gave me a lot to think about. 4.5Aurra's Song was decent but way to short. It was going in the right direction but lacked greater detail. I am still left confused in some instances. what and who is Aurr [...]

    10. I liked how this book focused on some of the Jedi from the prequel trilogy because I don't know as much about them because there have been more books written taking place after the events of the original Star Wars trilogy. I also liked how this book took place a few years before The Phantom Menace because the only other books that do that is the children's series, Jedi Apprentice by Jude Watson thats about Obi-Wan Kenobi's apprenticeship to Qui-gon Jinn.

    11. So far, I'm really loving this comic omnibus. The art is great as is the writing. The voices of characters we already know are not distorted and new characters are enjoyable. Also, being able to fill in some of the back-story is pretty great. I love being exposed to new worlds in the Star Wars galaxy.

    12. A very good graphic novel! I've read it roughly two times but I still love to flip through it every now and again.

    13. The Aurorient Express: 2Last Stand on Ord Mantell: 2.5Jedi Council: Acts of War: 3Prelude to Rebellion: .5Vow of Justice: 1Darth Maul: 2

    14. All prequel era stuff. And one where Darth Maul kills everything. Which is what you always wanted to see, right?

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