Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Darth Maul kills stuff: The Novel.
More Yuuzhan Vong content than DN, LotF, and FotJ combined.
And now that the thread has been thoroughly ruined...
The comic that gave Jango Fett not one, but two tragic backstories.
*Palpatine voice* The Mandalorians... will die
Were we finds out that the great Jango is a bad leader and both him and Dooku blame other for their mistakes.
The guy who nearly loses to Kenobi and is pwned by Windu somehow managed to kill about a half dozen Jedi with his bare hands when he was younger; clearly the years were not kind to Jango Fett.
I know this is late, but I just got to this thread, and that line is soooooooo bad I find it funny.
The comic that inexplicably ignores the fact that Mandalorians are clearly a peace loving culture.
Two mercenary organizations fight to the death on random worlds for poorly defined reasons, until finally the rest of the galaxy takes notice in a series of events that concludes with Jango swearing revenge on the jedi for defending themselves from him shooting at them.
At this point, just assume that everyone important in the Star Wars universe originally grew up on a farm.
A tie-in to the video game Bounty Hunter that contradicts the ending of the video game Bounty Hunter.
The main source of Karen Traviss hatred for the Jedi as easily manipulated fools and the Mandalorians as honorable warriors, taking in children and giving them decent lives at every turn.
How Jango met Jaster Mereel and Dooku with some decent art to guide the way.
As good a way as any to avoid making people think about Anakin Skywalker in the AOTC-era.
The comic which reveals that Jaster Mereel is his own grandfather.
"If someone stands in the way of true justice, you simply walk up behind them and throw them down a reactor shaft!"
Jango Fett is revealed to not be a murderous bounty hunter who takes hits out on pacifists and plunges the galaxy into Civil War with clones but a misunderstood honorable warrior who wants revenge on the Jedi for a misunderstanding.
Haden Blackman saves Daniel Keys Moran's excellent Star Wars works from Episode II but then Pablo poops on them in the ERC anyway (and I guess Disney poops on them again too).
The story of one of the most badass and hard killed men in mandolorian history working hard to bring back his people to their old glorious ways, but is stopped from his finishing his quest by the mando-impostor Jango Fett
@blackmyron wins this one.
Gag, one vote off (well, two, because one would've tied me).
The kids with the eyes the color of Corellian brandy go to school and learn...well, we don't know because school's boring, m'kay?
In which That TIE Pilot from The Day After the Death Star finally becomes a recurring character.
Four kids attempt to fix a machine while a creepy old man stares at them.