I'd actually respectfully disagree to that one. It is a story of Anakin's internal struggle to be a good being rather than an exterior struggle against the evil Empire. Yes. That is a revision of the focus from the external to the internal but it is still ultimately a story of good vs evil, and good does triumph. It still I believe a story of heroes fighting and ultimately winning over darkness, in the end, Anakin chose his son, chose the light side of the Force over the dark side. Anakin in the end doesn't capitulate or fail, at the vital moment he chooses, and makes the right choice. For me it's taking Episode's 1-6 as a whole rather than as two Trilogies. And when you take it as a whole, I think that it is Anakin's story. Yes there is a big 18 year gap between PT and OT but ultimately it is Anakin's struggle against the darkness and his triumph. Why? Even if Anakin is the central figure, who says they can't develop Luke as a different type of hero? Who decrees that each hero has to be the same? That's half the point, I believe of the Legacy comics - to show that not every Skywalker is a Lukev2.0-bot. Each Skywalker has their own personality, their own morals, their own beliefs, skills and should be treated as individual beings by the authors. Of course, we do know that the authors do tend to drop the ball a lot with Luke, and the other Skywalkers. I'm excited that author's can do the 'hero' thing in a non-traditional way. However, they are starting to flood us with too many 'flawed' heroes. But that just may be because of societal views changing to a more pluralistic view.