Star Wars: Legacy Volume 11 - War Paperback – Jan 24 2012
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The artwork is great and the action in the story moves at a perfect speed. The addition of force users that aren't Jedi or Sith is a nice addition to the mix. I personally enjoyed the emotions displayed in the characters making them more life like and easier to relate to. There are a few characters that constantly tread the border of the dark and light sides always making them unpredictable. If you are a Star Wars fan, I suggest getting this whole series, if you are new to Star Wars and just looking for some entertaining Sci-Fi/graphic novels, I would still suggest getting this series. Thumbs up to the author and illustrators!
If you liked the earlier books, you'll like this one. I actually liked it more than the last few which felt like they were treading water and repeating the same threads again and again.
It does feel a bit rushed, and yeah, Ostrander leaves room for a sequel, but it's a pretty satisfying end to a good series.
Duursema's art is as good as ever, he does everyone from aliens and starships to facial expressions and sword fights with equal skill.
There were rumors that Lucasfilm was unhappy with this future and ordered the story ended, if so I'm glad that they were able to give it a satisfying wrap up.
A small look at the distant future of the story arcs and how the original stories leave such a distinct
This arc concludes it. It wraps up most, but not all of the lose ends. However, wrapping them up felt a bit rushed. Darth Krayt, who'd been MIA for a while, comes back and is defeated within 6 issues. Moreover, there really isn't anything particularly interesting or surprising or novel about how everything is wrapped up. It's just a battle through brute force.
Overall, it does the job, but it's not quite going out on a bang.