Discussion in 'Literature' started by Manisphere, Oct 2, 2008.
The Senate guard says "no worries" - does that imply he's a clone of some kind?
Why do you say that?
Is this the first evidence of a Hoth battle during the Clone Wars?
Interesting. The art was quite different than the previous comics despite being the same artist. Anakin and the clones looked markably different. Not as sharp.
Frankly, I thought the art sucked in this one. Did anyone else mistake Mace for Rex when his holo appeared?
I think you're getting your artists mixed up.
Just to clarify..
"Prelude" - drawn by Tom Hodges
"Shakedown" - drawn by Tom Hodges
"Procedure" - drawn by Grant Gould
"Agenda" - drawn by Katie Cook
"Mouse Hunt" - drawn by Tom Hodges
"Fall of Falleen" - drawn by Tom Hodges
"Discount" - drawn by Grant Gould
"Departure" - drawn by Jeff Carlisle
"Transfer" - drawn by Katie Cook
A battle on HOTH. Gosh, can the next Clone Wars battle be on ENDOR?
There was one on Endor in one of the Clone Wars Adventures comics.
For those of you who are complaining about the art, I agree. At least as far as Anakin's eyes went.
And so I did. Makes sense cause Transfer just didn't make it for me. I'm all about Tom Hodges. Gould's work would be next followed by Carlisle. Cook's work fit in much better with a Jar Jar/Padme piece.
Well, aurebesh things are usually jokes, so not necessarily.
For that matter, the Sith made Wampas on other worlds, so even if the Wampas are attacking (not likely, since Anakin mentions bringing down a shield), they wouldn't have to be on Hoth.
Of course, all of this ignores the possibility "the Wampas" are a military unit or paramilitary group. Wampas seem to be quite well known for something from such a backwater, as Kybo-Ren uses them as his symbol.
Let's not push for a Battle of Hoth, V.0.5. It will only end in gaming tears.
I think anything's possible.
It could be a joke, but it could also be an easter egg.
Maybe someone in the know will tell us.
In what source did that appear?
Didn't you hear that one about how some Sith had this Dark Side amulet or some such do-dad that could generate Wampas ad infinitum? It nearly wiped out the Jedi, and enabled the Sith to rule for a few centuries or so. Then the only surviving Jedi left learned that Wampa pelts sell great on the Black (Sun) market, and hired a thousand bounty hunters and Mandalorians (essentially the same thing, always looking for a quick buck) to wipe them out nearly to extinction. This is why you only see the lone Wampa or two on random backwater planets. Oh, and some of those bountylores turned out to be Force sensitive, and were trained to regenerate the Jedi population. Too bad the Wampas didn't fare as well.
It's actually a euphemism.
These were entertaining, especially since I didn't have any trouble at all loading them like I thought I would. But I'd rather it be one long comic as opposed to like 7 or 8 (or however many) small ones.
Still, great art. I just thought the 2-3 page stories were a bit...well...short.
Ahsoka: "I should continue to carry out the orders given to me by my master."
Yoda: "Hmmm... A Padawan's place it is to follow her master."
I liked Yoda better when everything he said had some hidden meaning. Before he was Ric Olified.
"I liked Yoda better when everything he said had some hidden meaning. Before he was Ric Olified."
I took that quote to mean..."Ok, i'm not gonna take it out on you, but I AM going to give Anakin an earfull...my ear size." Does that qualify as hidden meaning.
I agree though, Yoda is seldom as quotable as he used to be.
The Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith
Ok, I presumed they were Sith spawned, my mistake.
The Dreams of General Grievous
The good General has gone to his dark corner in his dark castle on his dark planet.
Poor guy - he's always wanted to be a Jedi, you know.
Is that Geonosis on that one page?
This one is more canonically accurate:
Super: Can't really tell... looks like a mix between Kashyyyk and Geonosis. Does that symbol on the broken stone mean anything?