Zam Wesell

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  1. Dagobah1234 Jedi Grand Master

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    Is this comic book any good? Or at least as good as Jango Fett : Open Seasons ?

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1569716242/ref=lib_dp_TFCV/103-0781205-1876602?v=glance&s=books&vi=reader#reader-link ( Sorry, link won't work )

    I'm tempted to buy it. Is it short? Or as long as Open Seasons? ( about 60 pages ) I can't find much information on it. Any help is much appreciated. :)
  2. Valiento Jedi Grand Master

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    Zam Wessel GN is good, imo, but make sure you get the Jango Fett GN along with it, as both are needed for the complete story.
  3. orangefuzz Jedi Master

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    I think Yarael Poof is killed in the Zam Wessel GN.
  4. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Games Mod

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    Yes, Yarael Poof gets it in the Zam GN. The Jango Fett GN is part 1 of the story, the Zam Wesell GN is part 2. Over here in the UK
    MVC (music/video store) gave these out for free with the AOTC DVD and VHS on the first day of sale. It's a good story, but I liked Open Seasons more since it fleshed out Jango's character.
  5. orangefuzz Jedi Master

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    The sight of Yarael Poof weilding a lightsaber just doesn't work. Quermians were not ment to weild lightsabers.
  6. DreamKingMorpheus Jedi Knight

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    I thought the graphic novel was satisfactory. I just keep hoping that Lucasbooks will do more with her character sometime in the future, instead of her appearances in the "Jango Fett" G.N., her own G.N., and her all-too-abrupt appearance in "Attack of the Clones".
  7. Dagobah1234 Jedi Grand Master

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    I didn't like the artists drawing style. Open Seasons is much better.
  8. orangefuzz Jedi Master

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    Open Seasons was cool. It was cool to see Jango's rise to fame and the end of the Madalorians.
  9. Valiento Jedi Grand Master

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    It was not the end of the mandalorians actually, :). Just one group of the mandalorians.
  10. A-WingsRule Jedi Master

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    I'd get them if you're a fan of Bounty Hunter action. They have a few nice Jango/Boba moments in them, as well as lots of action scenes. Make sure you get the Jango GN as well though, because it's a critical part of the story.

    ~Clear skies
  11. JediTrilobite Force Ghost

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    If you're a bounty hunter fan, go check out the next Tales. I think that's # 17 and it's about Boba Fett. (I think)
  12. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Games Mod

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    Tales #18 is the Fett issue. This is from the TFN Comic page (with a spelling correction):

    Star Wars Tales #18

    By: Andy Diggle & Henry Gilroy & Haden Blackman & Jason Hall & Todd Demong & Hennry Flint & Peter Alilunas
    Cover by: Cam Kennedy

    Throughout the galaxy there is one name that can send a chill through the core of any wanted man. That word is FETT. Join us for a full-issue tribute to the most feared and respected bounty hunter of all time?BOBA FETT. From stories of Boba?s exciting childhood with his father Jango, through a tales of him tracking down and bringing in wanted men Star Wars Tales #18 is a thrill a minute, action-packed issue that will excite both young and old alike!

    Published December 24, 2003

    Nice Xmas present for a Fett fan if it ships on time!


  13. orangefuzz Jedi Master

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    Yeah, uh thanks for the clarification on that one Valiento :D
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