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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books (Aug. 21 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1593078056
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593078058
  • Product Dimensions: 26.2 x 17 x 2.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 635 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,462,350 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Witness the untold stories of the Jedi who took a last stand against Emperor Palpatine in the moments during, and immediately after, the events in Revenge of the Sith! Quinlan Vos wages a battle of impossible odds against his own troops to protect his loved ones, Jedi Master Kai Huddora takes a terrified Padawan into his charge after her own master falls to Order 66, Dass Jennir finds himself in league with a band of rebels he'd led attacks against only days before, and a brave few Jedi will plot to topple Sith rule-by setting a trap for the newly unveiled Darth Vader!

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By Excellence on March 15 2004
Format: Paperback
Buckle your belts, hold on to your hide, Rite of Passage is a blast. The team that gave you Twilight and Darkness are back, just as good, and showing why Dark Horse comics have never been better.
The quality of art is what you've come to expect from the Duursema-Kryssing team: fanciful illustrations, vibrant colours, you won't be disappointed. With Aayla looking like a bundle of cuteness in the opening scenes, and Villie back to grinning again, even if his page time was less than prior comics, it's back to old times.
Dialogue varies between the cast, though the Morgukai syntax limits creativity with their short sentences. Even the Jedi get some good lines, and for once aren't the usual wimps they seem to be. The Morgukai want Vos and Secura dead, they'll have to work for it. Which, of course, just gives room for some good snappy one-liners.
What is it with comics, that full names must be mentioned almost each time? Readers know who Quinlin Vos and Aayla Secura are; what need is there for characters to address each other with both names? Crimson Empire, the TOTJ and Ongoing series, they all did this.
There's nothing extravagant about the plot. The comic introduces Nat Secura, the young Twi'lek fans will remember Bib Fortuna making a fuss over in Tales from Jabba's Palace. His abduction has Vos and Secura in hot pursuit, and a father-son duo of Morgukai hunters not far behind. A race against time to avert interclan war, with the life of their master hanging in the balance as well. One will ascend to Jedi Master, the other to Knight, and the fun begins.
The only issue of contention was how the Morgukai son survived to appear later, as readers last saw him stranded in the middle of a lava flow.
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Format: Paperback
Completely amazed at the graphics of this Dark Horse Comic.

Don't even have to read the text to understand the power and turmoil of all the characters.

The symmetry expressed between Quinlan Vos and his apprentice Aayla Securais is truly awe inspiring, and the comic relief added by Vilmarh is no laughing matter.

This is my first venture into the graphic novel, and putting aside the movies, the "extended book universe", and the audio stories was not easy... but I was NOT disappointed, my goose bumps are a testament to that!

May the Force be with You...
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
A blast of a read March 15 2004
By Excellence - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Buckle your belts, hold on to your hide, Rite of Passage is a blast. The team that gave you Twilight and Darkness are back, just as good, and showing why Dark Horse comics have never been better.
The quality of art is what you've come to expect from the Duursema-Kryssing team: fanciful illustrations, vibrant colours, you won't be disappointed. With Aayla looking like a bundle of cuteness in the opening scenes, and Villie back to grinning again, even if his page time was less than prior comics, it's back to old times.
Dialogue varies between the cast, though the Morgukai syntax limits creativity with their short sentences. Even the Jedi get some good lines, and for once aren't the usual wimps they seem to be. The Morgukai want Vos and Secura dead, they'll have to work for it. Which, of course, just gives room for some good snappy one-liners.
What is it with comics, that full names must be mentioned almost each time? Readers know who Quinlin Vos and Aayla Secura are; what need is there for characters to address each other with both names? Crimson Empire, the TOTJ and Ongoing series, they all did this.
There's nothing extravagant about the plot. The comic introduces Nat Secura, the young Twi'lek fans will remember Bib Fortuna making a fuss over in Tales from Jabba's Palace. His abduction has Vos and Secura in hot pursuit, and a father-son duo of Morgukai hunters not far behind. A race against time to avert interclan war, with the life of their master hanging in the balance as well. One will ascend to Jedi Master, the other to Knight, and the fun begins.
The only issue of contention was how the Morgukai son survived to appear later, as readers last saw him stranded in the middle of a lava flow. How he could possibly get out of that could easily have been clarified with a line or two, and not spoil anything. Meant to surprise the reader, it taxed credulity, compounded again in the last pages.
Overall, Rite of Passage is another great comic by the talented team you know can deliver the goods and more. And with character development continuing to evolve in new directions, avid fans are sure to follow them as the new stories come.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Another good one Dec 30 2005
By Z. Stern - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Another great graphic novel by John Ostrander. Rite of Passage picks up around where Darkness left off, so it continues the story of Quinlan Vos. In Rite of Passage, Vos is first shown fighting bounty hunters paid for by the enemies he made by following Master Zao's advice, as told in Darkness. Zao said he "is a leaf that is swept by the Force", so Vos begins to try this. His former Padawan, Aayla Secura, helps him out of the jam and tells how her Master (Tholme, who was also Vos' former Master) got kidnapped along with the royal heir of Ryloth. They then join Villie the Devaronian again and track them down. The Morgukai Assassins that actually did the kidnappping were pretty cool fighters, but were otherwise stupid. The flashback in the beginning of this book that showed Aayla and Quinlan meet was also excellent, as it shows how Aayla was found and brought to the Temple. Throughout all of Rite of Passage there was superb art. Also, the good binding made it better since my last TPB, Darkness, fell apart in my hands. Great art, dialogue, plot, binding, everything. Another winner.
Story Good Book bad. June 3 2012
By John J Bronnert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
My daughter ordered this book for the story, which she says is awesome. However, upon opening the book the glue on the binding fell apart and the pages seperated from the spine and cover. So, if you order this book, be prepared to need a binder to put the pages into as they fall out.


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