Star Wars

Star Wars

Obi-Wan & Anakin

Book - 2016
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Audience: T.
Publisher: New York : Disney LucasFilm, 2016.
ISBN: 9780785196792
Branch Call Number: YA Soule
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Checchetto, Marco

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Set three years after Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, this 5 issue series covers an early adventure of Jedi Legend Kenobi and his new apprentice.


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Keogh
Apr 04, 2017

A miniseries set some years before Attack Of The Clones, this follows the two title characters as they unravel the secrets of a remote, desolate world with conflict among its people. Anakin's doubts about becoming a Jedi are explored as the story goes along. The creative team handle the tale well throughout.

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duane767
Mar 27, 2017

Marvel has not had a misstep with their titles. Even the ones that I thought would be uninteresting, like this one, are readable and loyal to the concept of the movies.

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mexicanadiense
Mar 12, 2017

Nice art, if a bit murky in places, and an earnest examination of the Master-Padawan relationship between Good ole Ani and Obi before everything went to Mustafar...

I'll agree with some other reviews here in that the planet wracked by the conflict between the Open and the Closed didn't feel too Star Wars-y, more like a pastiche of Mad Max and Gulliver's Travels!

I'll probably give the next volume a try, though, if I can find it.

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navy_wolf_412
Feb 28, 2017

i enjoyed this

AL_SAM Jan 24, 2017

Obi Wan and Anakin was enjoyable for me. I'm always a fan of backstories and past adventures. Interesting to see Anakin in his early padawan days. Worth a read for the Star Wars fan.

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StarLord21
Jan 19, 2017

I would of liked to have seen more established Star Wars lore instead of a new planet/aliens. Overall it wasn't bad.

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Yavin
Oct 21, 2016

The Artwork's good enough and a decent story. It's just that I've read better (see Star Wars: Legacy by Ostrander and Duursema). I liked the use of flashbacks and that Palpatine actively worked with Anakin. Overall, it's good. It's just not great.

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