Discussion in 'Literature' started by Super_Battle_Droid, Aug 20, 2005.
Nah, its more like .
So, a one-week article? I'm interested in how this will look: will it be in-universe like the Droids and Force, possibly in-universe (could be, but never explicitly stated) like the Mando article, or out-of-universe?
Here's hoping for some good retcons/references.
Sounds like this could be a good one, although I bet wish they'd saved the Grievous cover from #83 for the next issue now lol.
I hope it tells all the Jedi he's killed.
Sweet. This should be a good issue. I believe this is also the issue that sees Pablo Hidalgo and Joe Corroney (with Dan Wallace!)returning to do a few more HoloNet News articles.
Awesome, I look forward to it!
Bring it on.
I like your style Mandalorian.
?So, a one-week article? I'm interested in how this will look: will it be in-universe like the Droids and Force, possibly in-universe (could be, but never explicitly stated) like the Mando article, or out-of-universe??
Expect it to be more in the style of History of the Mandalorians.
?Sounds like this could be a good one, although I bet wish they'd saved the Grievous cover from #83 for the next issue now lol.?
I?ve been thinking the exact same thing.
?I hope it tells all the Jedi he's killed.?
?Sweet. This should be a good issue. I believe this is also the issue that sees Pablo Hidalgo and Joe Corroney (with Dan Wallace!)returning to do a few more HoloNet News articles.?
Indeed it is. I?m looking forward to this one too.
This sounds cool. Is there any art in the article if yes who is doing it( Joe).
Hey Bootleg. There will be art, but Joe and I will probably not be working together on this one. Sad, I know.
We did just turn in some new proposals together, though, so we'll be sure to let you know if any of those pan out.
looks like i renewed my subscription just in time.. don't want to miss out on this!
When is this issue supposed to hit?
It should probably hit subscribers around late September/early October.
An in 10 years the fans will say... "What, there was a time where Star Wars had no Abel? Impossible!"...
keep the work coming
Well I'll be frinked. Finally a detailed biography on the origins of this being. I wonder if he had a first name, seeing how General just wouldn't work out for a kid's name.
I've given him one. In fact, there's quite a bit of new information on Grievous' pre-cyborg background. It's up to the editors now.
Hey Mr. Pena, long time no talkies .
I'm a big Grievous fan so I'm really looking forward to this one. I had to pick up the last few issues of Insider at the local Barnes and Noble when my Hyperspace ran out, but this is the last little push I needed to move resubscribing to the top of my priorities.
I don't suppose you happen to nail down in the article exactly when the conflict between The Kaleesh and the Huk (I think those names are correct) took place? I've been wanting to know that since Labyrinth of Evil was first released.
As always, thanks for taking the time to come here and chat with us.
I hope the article has a timeframe from Grievous' accident and him turning into a cyborg!!! And a first name, wow (now I have to update all Grievous' entries in my timeline!!!)
From Abel's blog:
The Story of General Grievous is an origin piece. It will go into the whole Sifo-Dyas blood transfusion as well as the Huk War
There'll be some clarification about the Huk War that should help nail it down, but no concrete dates this time.
Again, only vaguely. I was so busy trying to iron out the conflicts between Labyrinth of Evil and Visionaries, that I only had time to set up basic timeframes.
That said, however, there should be a good amount of new info on the general.
I go on vacation and look what I miss!
So Abel, did you work in any pre-PT references (from like, say WEG or other older sources) dealing with Grievy?
Was Grievous his real name, a translation of his name, or just a pseudonym he picked up?