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eBook Star Wars: Jedi vs. Sith ePub

by Ramon F. Bachs,Raul Fernandez,Darko Macan

  • ISBN: 1840234407
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Ramon F. Bachs,Raul Fernandez,Darko Macan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (May 24, 2002)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1117 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1960 kb
  • Other: lrf txt lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 749

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Darko Macan (Author), Ramon F. Bachs (Artist), Raul Fernandez (Artist) & 0 more. Jedi don't look or act like Jedi. The Sith look like goofy WoW characters and I swear Bane's model is traced straight from DC's Dark Seid.

Darko Macan (Author), Ramon F.

Jedi vs. Sith is a six-part Star Wars comic book series which was released in a trade paperback graphic novel format. It was created by Ramon F. Bachs, Raul Fernandez and Darko Macan. It was published by Dark Horse Comics (and by Titan Books in Britain). The events depicted are set in the Star Wars expanded universe about 1000 years before the prequel films. It tells the story of the Battle of Ruusan, which concludes the New Sith Wars between the Sith and the Jedi

by Raúl Fernandez, Darko Macan, Ramón F. Bachs. A seriously underrated piece in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, Jedi vs. Sith tackles some serious issues, especially what "is" and what "isn't" a Jedi in a far more mature way than other works.

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Star Wars Legends Universe). by. Darko Macan, Raúl Fernandez (Artist). Ramón F. Bachs (Artist).

Darko Macan, Ramon F. Bachs, Raul Fernande. According to legend, the Sith is always number two: a Master and an apprentice. A thousand years ago, the Sith were many and they battled endlessly with the Jedi Army of Light

Darko Macan, Ramon F. A thousand years ago, the Sith were many and they battled endlessly with the Jedi Army of Light. Recruited into the war by a scout, three friends venture onto the battleground and march into destinies far greater and different than any of them could have ever imagined. It tells the story of the Battle of Ruusan, which concludes the New Sith Wars between the Sith and the Jedi.

by DARKO MACAN, RAMON F. BACHS, and RAUL FERNANDEZ; cover by ANDREW ROBINSON The devastated planet of Ruusan has endured much during the war between the Jedi Army of Light and the Sith Brotherhood of Darkness. Its forests have been decimated and its inhabitants mercilessly slaughtered. The war is not over yet and many more will suffer before it ends. Sith was a series of comics published by Dark Horse Comics from April 18, 2001 to September 19, 2001, then compiled as a trade paperback on May 1, 2002. It tells the story of the end of the New Sith Wars, the Battle of Ruusan, and how the Rule of Two came into fruition. The comic also serves to explain the origins of the Valley of the Jedi seen in The Dark Forces Saga, Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, and Dark Forces: Jedi Knight.

Comments

Silver Globol Silver Globol
This comic details the story behind the Valley of the Jedi from the Dark Forces computer games and graphic novels. It gives more information about the entire conflict between the Jedi and Sith. The story revolves around three cousins who are transported to the battleground and proceed to follow their different paths. The story itself is rather bland....having read the Dark Forces novel, I can say it provides more information, but it's not really pertinent to the Star Wars storyline....yet. The ending leaves the possibility that we'll see some more of these characters later on, but for the most part, I wouldn't recommend this story on the basis of the plot. The art was ok. It appeared to be more Manga than other Tales books which I didn't particulary care for, but overall, there are some nice shots. If you are really into the Star Wars storyline, it's a nice addition, but otherwise, stick with the novels.
Heraly Heraly
Book is a good introduction for young people into the world of Star Wars. It is a simple story, fairly good graphics. Didin't realize hat it really is for young readers 9 and under.
Mori Mori
it was as described
Moonshaper Moonshaper
Good better shape than I thought it would be and I still enjoy reading it, thanks for selling it to me
Ckelond Ckelond
The cover falls off but it was the only one available
Vuzahn Vuzahn
Star Wars is known for its action, but a lot of EU stories come off as emotionally stale. Jedi vs. Sith is a nice change of pace, a brutal look at the nature of the Light and Dark Sides of the Force.

The comic follows several different characters, in a sense each embodying a different perspectives of good and evil. Each character follows a different path and almost none end up where you'd expect them to be. And it's a tribute to the writers that none of the characters feels artificial.

As some have complained, the artwork for this volume looks a bit cartoonish and out of place in the rest of the Star Wars EU. You'd think it's a comic geared towards kids, until you see the dark themes.

The general story is retold in Path of Destruction, but this comic has a few character points not included in the book. I also like how it positions the three children. Definitely worth a read if you're open to different interpretations of the Star Wars EU.
Dyni Dyni
If yoou have read the novels by Karpyshyn, you'll love this TPB. The comic covers all events thru the first Darth Bane book "Path of Destruction", as well as the first few chapters into the second novel "Rule of Two". The roll of main character is shifted from Bane himself, to a trio of cousins, one of whom becomes Banes apprentice Darth Zhanna. This paperback helps to fill in the blanks of the war between the Kaan's Sith Brotherhood of Darkness against Hoths Jedi Army of Light, while Bane is studying on Korriban.

If you're a fan of the Darth Bane Dualogy, you'll love this book.
On a backwards planet, there lived three children: Tomcat, Bug, and Rain. Tomcat dreams of being a Jedi, so much that when a Jedi recruiter comes, he signs up without hesitation. Bug and Rain come along to be with their cousin.
But on Ruusan, things aren't as pleasant as they always thought. The Jedi are weathered, perilously low on morale, and nearly defeated. In the midst, we see the rise of Darth Bane, the birth of the Rule of Two, and how fine a line separates the Jedi from the Sith.
I enjoyed the story, seeing the events from my recent read, Path of Destruction (Star Wars: Darth Bane, Book 1), from the view of the children. I also found Githany a less annoying character, less Mary Suish. I felt she not only had sex appeal but fighting skill to back it up.
The drawings were childish, but since this story was told "from the kids' point of view", it made since to me and didn't bother me too much. Plus, the "childish" drawings mostly were reserved for the kids. The Jedi and particularly the Sith were drawn much more adult-like (and in the Sith case, very angular).
The other "problem" I had was the fact that without reading Karpyshyn's book, this would have been relatively confusing. I love how the two intertwine, but I can't believe that they weren't written simultaneously (well, there are areas when it is obvious, such as how certain characters die, Bane's motivation, etc.). So people who plan on reading one and not the other are due for a bit of confusion and disappointment.
Foul language is here, but tame. Githany's character is rather sexualized, but nothing explicit. Violence is what really resounds across these pages. Many people die and some of it is quite gruesome...particularly one skeletal character at the end.
If a person has read or is going to read Darth Bane, this comic is a must. If you only want to read this, you will be more than a little confused. Four stars.

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