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As the galaxy prepares to celebrate the Republic Fair on Valo, a fierce battle rages in the depths of Wild Space — and the Jedi of Starlight Beacon must join forces with their most feared enemy to face the terror of the unstoppable Drengir horde! And as Avar Kriss and her new allies fight nightmarish creatures on a harsh lava world, young Jedi Keeve Trennis puts everything As the galaxy prepares to celebrate the Republic Fair on Valo, a fierce battle rages in the depths of Wild Space — and the Jedi of Starlight Beacon must join forces with their most feared enemy to face the terror of the unstoppable Drengir horde! And as Avar Kriss and her new allies fight nightmarish creatures on a harsh lava world, young Jedi Keeve Trennis puts everything on the line to save her former master from the darkness — but the scars run deep… Meanwhile, who — or what — is the Great Progenitor? And will the Jedi find that other forces are at work on the Drengir’s deathworld? Guest-starring Cohmac Vitus, Reath Silas and Orla Jareni, Jedi Wayseeker, from the blockbuster novel Star Wars: The High Republic — Into the Dark! COLLECTING: Star Wars: High Republic (2021) 6-10


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As the galaxy prepares to celebrate the Republic Fair on Valo, a fierce battle rages in the depths of Wild Space — and the Jedi of Starlight Beacon must join forces with their most feared enemy to face the terror of the unstoppable Drengir horde! And as Avar Kriss and her new allies fight nightmarish creatures on a harsh lava world, young Jedi Keeve Trennis puts everything As the galaxy prepares to celebrate the Republic Fair on Valo, a fierce battle rages in the depths of Wild Space — and the Jedi of Starlight Beacon must join forces with their most feared enemy to face the terror of the unstoppable Drengir horde! And as Avar Kriss and her new allies fight nightmarish creatures on a harsh lava world, young Jedi Keeve Trennis puts everything on the line to save her former master from the darkness — but the scars run deep… Meanwhile, who — or what — is the Great Progenitor? And will the Jedi find that other forces are at work on the Drengir’s deathworld? Guest-starring Cohmac Vitus, Reath Silas and Orla Jareni, Jedi Wayseeker, from the blockbuster novel Star Wars: The High Republic — Into the Dark! COLLECTING: Star Wars: High Republic (2021) 6-10

30 review for The Heart of Drengir

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jim C

    This collection is part of the multimedia series that includes novels, comic books, and audiobooks. In this one, we still follow Keeve Trennis and other Jedi as they continue their battle with the Drengir and the Nihil. I have read many of the different offerings for this overall arc and I haven't been the biggest fan. The problem for me has been the connection to the characters. I don't have as much as that problem with these comic collections including this one. In fact, I am starting to have a This collection is part of the multimedia series that includes novels, comic books, and audiobooks. In this one, we still follow Keeve Trennis and other Jedi as they continue their battle with the Drengir and the Nihil. I have read many of the different offerings for this overall arc and I haven't been the biggest fan. The problem for me has been the connection to the characters. I don't have as much as that problem with these comic collections including this one. In fact, I am starting to have a nice connection with the main character. As for the story I liked the second half more than the first half and I am really curious to where it is going. The second half deals with the Nihil and what I feel like is more of a threat to the galaxy. My rating also reflects the artwork. There were some issues and pages where I loved the artwork. There were some where I did not. I liked this collection and it did entice me that I want to read the next collection. I haven't been able to say that a lot with this series so this collection did accomplish something more than other offerings. Maybe there is hope for the overall event after all.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    More solid High Republic content here from the irrepressible Cavan Scott. It ended on a cliffhanger, of course, so here I am anxiously awaiting the next TPB already. More solid High Republic content here from the irrepressible Cavan Scott. It ended on a cliffhanger, of course, so here I am anxiously awaiting the next TPB already.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    Hmmm this was just okay if I’m honest. Like I’m sure this isn’t the end of the Drengir (sp?, as usual) but I just don’t understand why Disney would presumably have them be defeated after what, ten issues? Idk I love the idea of the High Republic, but the execution has not been great

  4. 4 out of 5

    Benji Glaab

    Descent current Star Wars title. Kind of light on the character builds. Reminded me of watching a Saturday morning cartoon so maybe this would be better for the younger audiences.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ben Brown

    A rock solid continuation of the “High Republic” comics line, “The Heart of the Drengir” sees writer Cavan Scott building upon the foundations he laid down in the first arc, while also ably tying in the ongoing storyline of the comic with the events of the broader “High Republic” event. It’s an impressive balancing act, both paying off certain threads left hanging from the previous arc and setting up future storylines in a way that never feels contrived or half-baked. Bring on Volume 3.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Connolly

    I'm still reading this. And it still sucks. Not as awful as before. But it's still really really really bad. I'm not really sure why I'm still reading. I keep forgetting to take it off my pull list do it keeps showing up and I can't just not read a perfectly good comic. No matter how much it sucks. And this comic sucks. It sucks bad. 2 stars. I'm still reading this. And it still sucks. Not as awful as before. But it's still really really really bad. I'm not really sure why I'm still reading. I keep forgetting to take it off my pull list do it keeps showing up and I can't just not read a perfectly good comic. No matter how much it sucks. And this comic sucks. It sucks bad. 2 stars.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Paul Viebranz

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is a bit rambling; sorry! Marvel's Star Wars: The High Republic Vol. 2 - Heart of the Drengir continues where we left off in Vol. 1, with an infested Sskeer and a very worried Keeve Trennis recuperating on Starlight Beacon, while Avar Kriss maintains a very uneasy alliance with the Hutts to combat the (literally!) growing threat of the Drengir. This arc is only three issues long. They're all written by series writer Cavan Scott, and while the third issue is drawn by Ario Anindito, who did the This is a bit rambling; sorry! Marvel's Star Wars: The High Republic Vol. 2 - Heart of the Drengir continues where we left off in Vol. 1, with an infested Sskeer and a very worried Keeve Trennis recuperating on Starlight Beacon, while Avar Kriss maintains a very uneasy alliance with the Hutts to combat the (literally!) growing threat of the Drengir. This arc is only three issues long. They're all written by series writer Cavan Scott, and while the third issue is drawn by Ario Anindito, who did the preceding issues and at least the next two after this, Georges Jeanty, whom I remember from Dark Horse Comics' Buffy: Season Eight, stepped in to pencil the first two issues here. Jeanty's style is a relatively stark contrast to Anindito's; the latter maintains a relatively close resemblance to life-like human faces, while Jeanty... does not. It's much more stylized art, and while that isn't quite as big a detriment here as it was in Buffy, where many of the characters were meant to mirror real life actors, it just feels off compared to the clean portraits I'd grown used to (and loved!) from Anindito. But the art is hardly a dealbreaker-- indeed, it only really feels notably different in the human faces, and many of the characters here are not human to start with! Now the story... I thought the first issue of High Republic started strong, with headstrong Padawan Keeve Trennis abandoning her Jedi Trials in order to help others. And in the following issues, I've really loved Keeve's bond with Sskeer. One of the most compelling characters in the whole publishing initiative, the Trandoshan Jedi seems to drive the lion's share of the plot. Which is fine, but... where does that leave Keeve? I have to admit that while I like her well enough, apart from cursing some, I don't have a very strong idea what kind of person she is other than a younger Jedi Knight. I feel as though after this many issues, I ought to have a clearer idea who Keeve is as a character. Perhaps it's the sheer amount of new characters across The High Republic, and that most of them are Jedi, but Keeve does not stand out all that much to me outside her relationship with her former Master. That being said, I will reiterate that I love Sskeer, and their team dynamic is very satisfying. So although a vague protagonist is not a great starting point, there is a lot more to like in this series. I will never not love large groups of Jedi working together for the common good, and this arc has that in spades. In the context of the larger High Republic narrative, I think it's really interesting to have, on the one hand, in these comics, the Jedi allying themselves with criminals (the Hutts) in order to take swift action out on the frontier, and stamp out the threat of the Drengir; but on the other, in The Rising Storm, Race to Crashpoint Tower, and Out of the Shadows especially, we find the Jedi on arguably a MORE slippery slope: allying themselves more and more closely to the Republic, and becoming ever more embroiled in politics, foreshadowing their decline and eventual demise in the Prequel Trilogy. The notion of outlaw justice versus (indefinitely delayed) action by committee is intriguing here, and I am dying to see Avar Kriss, Marshall of Starlight Beacon, reunite and compare notes with her old friend Stellan Gios, member of the Jedi High Council, and posterboy for the Jedi AND the Republic. I suspect that they would have some pretty strong disagreements regarding how one another is handling their affairs, and while it was easy enough for the Jedi to turn their blades against the Hutts (for light and life!), I'm curious to see if the choice to ally with them in the first place has any lingering consequences outside Kriss's reputation in the Order. It was nice to see Orla Jareni again, as well as Master Cohmac Vitus and his Padawan, Reath Silas. It's really cool how the characters weave organically in and out of stories, and it was done very well here. Although... regarding the time jump between the first two issues of the arc, finding Keeve staying behind on Starlight Beacon while Sskeer, Avar, and others were out fighting the Drengir was jarring. That's kind of what I mean about Keeve... was it her decision to stay behind? It felt more passive than I'd have liked, and I'm hoping that she starts facing trickier choices than "Should I save Sskeer?" to which the answer will undoubtedly always be "yes." EDIT: I did not realize this volume also includes the third story arc of the series, the two-issue Shadow of the Nihil story, following Keeve and Terec undercover as Nihil operatives. Even though this was only two issues long, it gave Keeve a new challenge-- how far can she go pretending to be a Nihil before she crosses a line she can't take back? -- and ultimately, she fails. And badly. The return of Lourna Dee into the main fray was exciting, and for her to possess the Leveler not only provides a direct tie-in to The Rising Storm, but also proves the devices horror beyond any doubt. It has killed Loden Greatstorm, and utterly incapacitated Terec and Ceret, cutting them off from the Force altogether. Keeve out on her own is the kind of shake-up I wanted in the last few issues, so I'm ending this volume very happy.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Hixson

    Star Wars: The High Republic, Vol. 2: The Heart of Drengir by Cavan Scott is an action packed adventure that is brutal at times with really great imagery. This volume has 2 main storylines the war with the Drengir race and going undercover to stop the Nihil's next attack. I was really pleased with how the Drengir storyline ended, and how it could effect the Star Wars Universe. The Undercover to join the Nihil will take the reader into the next volume, it ends in a cliffhanger. We get introduced Star Wars: The High Republic, Vol. 2: The Heart of Drengir by Cavan Scott is an action packed adventure that is brutal at times with really great imagery. This volume has 2 main storylines the war with the Drengir race and going undercover to stop the Nihil's next attack. I was really pleased with how the Drengir storyline ended, and how it could effect the Star Wars Universe. The Undercover to join the Nihil will take the reader into the next volume, it ends in a cliffhanger. We get introduced to a new Jedi Orla Jareni who is a Wayseeker who follows her own path and not just the one the Jedi Temple says she can. I liked the character but I wanted more since they don't stay long, but believe the character could do more in the Star Wars Universe. Since Cavan Scott wrote the novel The Rising Storm we have the big event in that book set up as a catalyst for events in this book. The ending of the Drengir saga was exciting in a very Jedi way. The Nihil story line has a good twist. The heart of these issues is still the padawan and master relationship between Keeve and Sskeer. Star Wars: The High Republic, Vol. 2: The Heart of Drengir collects issue 5 -10 of Star Wars: The High Republic by Disney and Marvel Comics. The Plot Summary: Keeve tries to separate The Drengir who has taken over her master Sskeer. After days of fighting with it the only solution she can come up with is let it infect her so she can talk to him with the force. Te Hive mind of Drengir does not like this and tries to take Keeve out. Meanwhile Aver Kriss and the most unlikeliest ally the Hut syndicate goes planet to planet in the outer rim trying to drive the Drengir away. Keeve and one of the force twins go undercover to join the Nihil, which is smart because the other force twin can feel every action with the force, until he's cut off, with a device we know the Nihil developed. What I Liked: the epicness of The Drengir taking over a Rancor and making it theirs to use against the bad guys. This book as some great art panel that I really enjoyed, for my Wordpress review will try to find and awesome one with Avar Kriss losing to the Drengir. I still really like the Keeve and Sskeer master and padawan relationship, it is still the best part of the book by far. The cliffhanger of them finding out why Sskeer is losing the force. I like the Hutt and Jedi relationship and how tense it becomes at times. What I Disliked: The Way new Jedi Orla Jareni who is a Wayseeker was used, she has such a cool look and one or two moves but doesn't add a lot to the story. I liked what I got of the character and wanted a lot more. (Orla Jareni is the Jedi in white on the cover). I wanted more of force twin who are barely in these issues, for a second I was like did they die since they were not in this book until the end. Recommendation: This graphic novel series still has the most so far in the High Republic series, and it is good action with consequences and meaning. I rated Star Wars: The High Republic, Vol. 2: The Heart of Drengir by Cavan Scott 4 out of 5. I did enjoy the first volume a little bit more but felt the standard and action were kept up. I liked the Art in Volume 2 better.

  9. 5 out of 5

    caty g

    An awesome continuation of The high Republic series! The characters are so compelling, and I loved the focus on Avar this time around and how she is going to extra lengths to gain victory. Keeve is so interesting to explore as well, especially knowing where she may end up eventually. And that cliffhanger was simply brutal. Come on, Cavan.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I found volume two to be a good companion to The Rising Storm but at times this one was a little difficult to follow because of the jumping forward in the story and back. But as always I enjoy the High Republic. Look forward to more!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shane Ver Meer

    That escalated quickly. If you aren't hooked by this one, then you won't be! That escalated quickly. If you aren't hooked by this one, then you won't be!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Keith

    I've been reading this for so long that I hardly even noticed when I'd finished it. This isn't a swipe against the issues within, which are mostly pretty fun. The problem (and the reason for my middling rating) is that Heart of Drengir gets the short end of the stick with regard to the overall High Republic production schedule, as well as Cavan Scott's interest in tying all of his personal contributions to the project together as tightly as he can. In just five issues, it is bisected by the even I've been reading this for so long that I hardly even noticed when I'd finished it. This isn't a swipe against the issues within, which are mostly pretty fun. The problem (and the reason for my middling rating) is that Heart of Drengir gets the short end of the stick with regard to the overall High Republic production schedule, as well as Cavan Scott's interest in tying all of his personal contributions to the project together as tightly as he can. In just five issues, it is bisected by the events in at least two other major parts of the overall storyline (Scott's novel The Rising Storm and his audiobook Tempest Runner), as well as a slew of other writers' crossovers and short stories. Said another way, for these five issues to make any sense you've gotta be buying pretty much everything else Star Wars-y that's plastered across multiple medias. While Star Wars fans are by nature completists, this interdependence ultimately just doesn't scream "flagship Star Wars comic," which is how this series was billed when it began. Even as one of the afore-mentioned High Republic completists, I found that reading HoD was so choppy that it was kind of hard to enjoy it. In addition to its events being reliant on a pile of other books, its own storylines jump around in time (and SPAAACE) seemingly just for dramatic effect. Like, it's a cool book! It's got Hutts fighting carnivorous plants, and space pirates, and the art is generally consistent and good. But fitting all of Scott's publications together the way he intended kind of gives me a headache, and the stories in this collection aren't self-contained enough to be read on their own.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Billy Jepma

    A slight improvement over the first volume, primarily because it wraps up the story with the Drengir (at least, for now). It’s a lackluster and anticlimactic conclusion to that story, mind you, but I’ve been so unimpressed with the Drengir as an antagonist that I’m just glad we’re past them for the time being. The art is still good, and as flat as the Drengir finale is, it certainly looks neat. Great colors and some exciting bits of spectacle help make up for the lack of urgency and tension in t A slight improvement over the first volume, primarily because it wraps up the story with the Drengir (at least, for now). It’s a lackluster and anticlimactic conclusion to that story, mind you, but I’ve been so unimpressed with the Drengir as an antagonist that I’m just glad we’re past them for the time being. The art is still good, and as flat as the Drengir finale is, it certainly looks neat. Great colors and some exciting bits of spectacle help make up for the lack of urgency and tension in the plot itself. It’s still weird that the art changes suddenly at the end, though, especially since it’s a pretty noticeable departure from Anindito’s pages and Leoni’s colors. What ultimately saves this volume is the final two issues, which introduce a new story that’s an immediate step-up. I’m a sucker for an old-fashioned undercover plot, so even though it’s appearance here doesn’t do anything remotely unique with it, it’s still fun to see the Jedi in deep with the Nihil. There’s actual tension to speak of and the volume ends on a tantalizingly unsettling note I’m actually excited to see more of. Scott’s writing is still pretty flat, overall—which is strange, since I enjoyed his work in The Rising Storm so much—but his character work shows promise. I hope he starts pulling back on the heavier plot elements and starts focusing on the characters, because that’s when the comic is strongest and has the most potential to act as a significant companion to the books.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    332 BBY This is the second collected volume of the new Star Wars High Republic line of comics containing "The Heart of Drengir" issues 6, 7, and 8, completing the volume with the next arc in the series, "The Shadow of the Nihil" issues 9 and 10. "The Heart of Drengir" arc features the Jedi seeking the progenitor of all the dark side plant creatures, the Drengir, so that they may be forever destroyed. Upon completion of this arc, the next story with Keeve going under cover as a Nihil takes a dark 332 BBY This is the second collected volume of the new Star Wars High Republic line of comics containing "The Heart of Drengir" issues 6, 7, and 8, completing the volume with the next arc in the series, "The Shadow of the Nihil" issues 9 and 10. "The Heart of Drengir" arc features the Jedi seeking the progenitor of all the dark side plant creatures, the Drengir, so that they may be forever destroyed. Upon completion of this arc, the next story with Keeve going under cover as a Nihil takes a dark twist as she tries to bring down the destructive space pirate group. I enjoy the Drengir and find that they are an interesting aspect to the Star Wars universe. They really add a darkness to Star Wars that later chronological events do not quite experience. The Nihil seem more threatening than some of the original villains, and The High Republic really feels darker than other eras of the franchise. The art is great, though the story doesn't quite have me rooting for any characters in particular just yet.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Khurram

    Really enjoyed this book great story, artwork, action and enough revelations and secrets making me interested in coming back for more. I am really impressed with the continuity between the comics and Star Wars High Republic books. With the Jedi fighting a war on two fronts, the Drengir (first seen in Star Wars High Republic - Into the Dark), and the Nihil. The novels have concentrated on the Nihils but the comics are the Jedi dealing with the Drengir. The first three issues/chapters are the Jedi d Really enjoyed this book great story, artwork, action and enough revelations and secrets making me interested in coming back for more. I am really impressed with the continuity between the comics and Star Wars High Republic books. With the Jedi fighting a war on two fronts, the Drengir (first seen in Star Wars High Republic - Into the Dark), and the Nihil. The novels have concentrated on the Nihils but the comics are the Jedi dealing with the Drengir. The first three issues/chapters are the Jedi dealing with the Drengir the next two are an infiltration mission however ending with a surprise from the Rising Storm. The Jedi in the Star Wars Disney universe has been a lot weaker then the ones I was used to in the Expanded Universe, but this definitely works for the High Republic era as the Jedi are not really battle tested more philosophers and more theory based in their studies then actual experience. I do like this theme but also see the improvements they make.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ozro Davis

    I was a little hesitant on the first volume of this, mostly because it seemed to move very quickly and not let the characters - or this exciting new era - breathe and develop on its own. This second volume was a definitely improvement in that regard. It's still a quick-moving book, but the pacing works well. A bunch of space wizards fighting with lightsabers - what more does a SW fan need? I still wouldn't mind a little bit more of seeing the characters outside of action (this goes for everything I was a little hesitant on the first volume of this, mostly because it seemed to move very quickly and not let the characters - or this exciting new era - breathe and develop on its own. This second volume was a definitely improvement in that regard. It's still a quick-moving book, but the pacing works well. A bunch of space wizards fighting with lightsabers - what more does a SW fan need? I still wouldn't mind a little bit more of seeing the characters outside of action (this goes for everything in The High Republic so far), but it was nice that Cavan Scott didn't stretch the story out for six issues just to fill space. The downside, unfortunately, means that this volume ends pretty abruptly, but I'm definitely looking forward to see where things go from here. Solid art from Jeanty and Anindito, too. The High Republic comics have continued to outclass most of the rest of the current Star Wars offerings on the art side of things. Hopefully that quality stays up.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Carey

    Wasn’t crazy bout the art in the first few issues but the story moves really well. I enjoyed the battle with the Drengir but the book takes off when following the events of Rising Storm and the fallout of the Fair. Keeve is one of my favorite additions to this series and the end of the book has me more then concerned with her well being. Especially considering the events of Rising Storm. Not my favorite addition to the High Republic but Scott has such an excellent grasp on this time period so yo Wasn’t crazy bout the art in the first few issues but the story moves really well. I enjoyed the battle with the Drengir but the book takes off when following the events of Rising Storm and the fallout of the Fair. Keeve is one of my favorite additions to this series and the end of the book has me more then concerned with her well being. Especially considering the events of Rising Storm. Not my favorite addition to the High Republic but Scott has such an excellent grasp on this time period so you know we’re building to something big.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    I read these separately. I found it a kind of odd set to include in one book, because #6-#8 continued the story arc from the first book and sort of concluded; then #9 and #10 started a new story arc that can’t possibly be resolved in this book. I’m not sure why they divided it that way. The art is still overall good, except I really didn’t like the way they drew Lourna Dee. Also, how have I never had a clear idea in my head of what Vectors looked like before?! Another casualty of the lack of descr I read these separately. I found it a kind of odd set to include in one book, because #6-#8 continued the story arc from the first book and sort of concluded; then #9 and #10 started a new story arc that can’t possibly be resolved in this book. I’m not sure why they divided it that way. The art is still overall good, except I really didn’t like the way they drew Lourna Dee. Also, how have I never had a clear idea in my head of what Vectors looked like before?! Another casualty of the lack of descriptions in the book. I also didn’t realize Orla was so very very pale.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ahdom

    Man, there is so much going on at this point in the high republic. The jedi are fighting wars on many fronts. This one coincides with other works and has some great cameos in it. I love the artwork and Cavan's writing. He's a very busy writer in this era of Star Wars. I can't wait to see what's coming next! Man, there is so much going on at this point in the high republic. The jedi are fighting wars on many fronts. This one coincides with other works and has some great cameos in it. I love the artwork and Cavan's writing. He's a very busy writer in this era of Star Wars. I can't wait to see what's coming next!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Hamilton

    A slow first half. The Drengir are a tedious, slightly ludicrous invention, and the alliance with the Hutts is both unlikely and predictably short-lived. The final two issues are more exciting. The concept of an undercover Jedi has been done before and always sets up a few interesting moral quandaries.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Logan Harrington

    8/10: Yet again, a solid collection of stories from the High Republic era of Star Wars. I love the connections this has to the other media from the era (novels, other comics, and audio dramas). Per usual, the art is beautiful with clear distinction between each species showcased through the collected five issues. Excited for vol. 3 coming in a few months!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rory

    I was gonna wait for my volume to come in, but the comic book store is. Severely backlogged. It was alright! I'm going to be very upset if anything happens to Terec or Ceret though smh. Also why was OrbaLin in the fight??? I was gonna wait for my volume to come in, but the comic book store is. Severely backlogged. It was alright! I'm going to be very upset if anything happens to Terec or Ceret though smh. Also why was OrbaLin in the fight???

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    I liked the undercover arc, and am looking forward to seeing where the story goes from here. I will say there were a couple issues in here where the art took a steep dive before getting back up to snuff.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Reallllly interested in what’s going to happen in comic number 11…I have a feeling this has to do with the Leveler and if so, that’s realllllly bad.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Enjoying Keeve...what is up with Sskeer??

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Roberts

    This volume was a bit muddled compared to the first one. Not terrible but not great either.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Meredith England

    keeve u scared me there for a second!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kris Deters

    These comics are fun little adventures. I think I prefer the books for their depictions of each Jedi's understanding of the Force, but I do love a Star Wars comic nowandagain. These comics are fun little adventures. I think I prefer the books for their depictions of each Jedi's understanding of the Force, but I do love a Star Wars comic nowandagain.

  29. 4 out of 5

    daniel

    read by ongoing single issues

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eye-ra

    Again, I’m a sucker for Star Wars so I’m easy to please. But I loved this chapter in an awesome and continuously growing world.

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