Tom Veitch continues the saga of Ulic, Cay & Nomi in this 2-Issue story arc. On the plus side - the characters continue to hold my attention, especially Nomi & Arca. Ulic & Cay are more side characters in this arc, which disappointed me a bit. The action is big, and the threats are more directly Jedi related. On the minus side - the art is abysmal, and the story feels rushed. This should have been at least 4 issues, if not 6. In addition to the sloppy art, coloring, and inking, there were numerous errors in the text. Several characters turn out to be merely blips in the action - the unfortunately named Warb Null and Jedi Master Vodo among them. I didn't much care for Vodo's lobster look - another type of animal on which it is hard to project emotion. But the Teta cousins are a good addition, and I look forward to seeing what happens next. This is where I stopped reading the DH SW comics back in the 90's, so I have no clue how it all pans out. It's funny being reminded of our pre-prequel ideas. Like many fans, I too imagined that the Jedi were scattered across many worlds, with many informal temple/dojos. Here we have Jedi allowed to marry and have children - although this may just take place before ordinances against such 'attachments' were put into place. Overall, a solidly entertaining linking arc - but looking forward to seeing the series get back into full swing. And - sigh - I shudder at the thought of more KJA...why oh why oh why...???