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Book Title: Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Crash Course|
The author of the book: Henry Gilroy
Edition: Dark Horse Books
Date of issue: January 13th 2009
ISBN 13: 9781595822307
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 11.93 MB
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This reader has been playing a lot of Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes on mobile lately and that has given me hankering for Star Wars comic book stories. This slim volume just appeared out of nowhere while I was browsing one of my regular book haunts. It was as if there was a Force in the Universe that wanted me to read Clone Wars era stories. For this one, this reader trusted his feelings.
I've read a few articles on how the Clone Wars animated series, which has remained canon, after Disney issued an Order 66 of its on all other expanded universe stories that culled the Star Wars timeline to the movies, the animated series, and the new adaptations from Marvel Comics. Those articles praise the series for having aspects of it that made it better than the movies, the prequel trilogy for that matter. After reading Crash Course, I must agree.
First, it gave the other Jedi a whole lot of exposure, and we got more villains too. Count Dooku's apprentice, Asajj Ventress, is the main antagonist in this story.
Second, it actually made Anakin Skywalker more likable. Granted, the limited run time of the prequel trilogy did aid much in developing the nuances of the character, but in this story and perhaps in Clone Wars as well, he's a lot more easier to take.
Third, Clone Wars gave us Ahsoka Tano. She's probably the reason why Anakin is a much better character. At least, he isn't irritating Obi-Wan as much as he once did. I never caught on Ahsola in Clone Wars, but I did enjoy her guest starring role in Rebels, where she's a bit older and more experienced warrior. She grew up to be a total bad ass. Probably she's one of the character I use in the mobile game I mentioned earlier, and why I picked this up from a pile of ignored books.
This was a great fun read. This was targeted to a younger demographic of reader but it fits an all ages spectrum. I will definitely be looking for more Clone Wars comic books.
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