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About this item
Number of Pages: 120
Genre: Comics + Graphic Novels
Sub-Genre: Science Fiction
Series Title: Star Wars
Age Range: Teen
Street Date: July 19, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-20-9737
Before their military heroism in the Clone Wars, before their tragic battle on Mustafar, and many decades before their final confrontation on the Death Star, they were Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and his young Padawan, Anakin Skywalker. Now join them a few years into the "chosen one" Anakin's training. Teacher and student have grown closer over time, but it's been a difficult road. And things aren't about to get any easier. In fact, when they are called to a remote planet for assistance, the pair may be pushed to breaking point. As they find themselves stranded on a strange world of primitive technology and deadly natives, will they be able to save themselves? First they must learn who called for help...and why! COLLECTING: OBI-WAN AND ANAKIN 1-5
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Guest Ratings & Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars with 1 reviews
Plot is thin, but art is gorgeous
3 out of 5 stars
Nuts - 2 years ago
(This review is for the 'Library' hardback (I thought by the name it would have been published by Dark Horse, but it only says Marvel. Despite that, it is slightly smaller than the normal Marvel hardbound collections. If I wasn't such a fan of hardback vs softbacked books I'd have gone for the paperback as it is MUCH cheaper and there are exactly 0 extras with the hardbound to justify the price increase.) Book consists of: Extras: 1/4 Star. 4 blank pages, art page, credits page, 2 cover pages from the magazine versions, and 8 advertisements for other Star Wars books. Big whoop. Disappointing considering this collected book consisted of (only!) five parts so I was expecting at least five cover art pages plus any alternative covers from the series. They don't even give you a bio bit about the author or artist.) Plot: Two-1/2 Stars. Run-of-the-mill stuff. Neither good nor bad. Art: Five Stars. Okay, here's the selling point for this series: The art is absolutely lovely. Coloring, inking, pencils....this is truly an art book rather than the imho sadly blasé 2-D art styles I see so much of late in comic books. Personal taste, but I love this style. Disclaimer: I'm a die-hard Obiwan fan. That alone makes me more generous towards the book so factor that into this review. Because of the new movies coming out I suspect us Kenobi aficionados won't get many offerings past this book despite Ewan MacGregor expressing interest in continuing the role, so I grabbed it. Good thing too as the Library version seems to be sold out everywhere I looked online. If you want the book, better grab a copy asap.
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