Drawn from across the entire Star Wars saga from Episode
I right through to Episode VI this collection includes
plenty of familiar faces as well as pitting Darth Vader and
Darth Maul in the mother of all duels...
3 of the Star
Wars Tales series
kicks off with a fantastic (and beautifully illustrated) story
entitled Resurrection. This sees Darth Maul and Darth
Vader battle to the death. Yes, I know Maul was killed when
Darth was a small child, but this story gets around that -
although not very well. Hell, whatever the reason, who cares?
Vader and Maul are the coolest villains and bringing them
together is such a fantastic idea that you can forgive the
writers feeble attempt to explain how this is possible.
rest of the collection brings together serious and not so
serious stories. On the serious side we have Prey and
The Princess Leia Diaries and on the humorous side
we have Lil' Maul in: Hate Leads to Lollipops and The
Rebel Four (which is a Fantastic Four send up).
I found the humorous tales the easiest to digest. Having grown
up reading Star Wars comics, I like to read something
that doesn't take itself too seriously now that I am getting
on a bit.
collection represents a fantastically well balanced graphic
novel. Great to dip in and out of this will keep both new
and old fans equally entertained. There is plenty to keep
everyone happy - there are 232 pages of full colour glossy
you are a real Star
fan then you really need to get your hands on this, and if
you are only a casual fan it will also tickle your fancy.
Great value for money.
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