Star Wars: Legacy Volume 7 - Storms Paperback – Dec 2 2009
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This series is definitely for those true fans who want to see great storylines with pretty decent art work. I'd recommend not giving it to children under 12, unless you've already exposed them to the dark side of the Star Wars world. If your kid is easily haunted by nightmares, it might not be a good idea. If your kid has a tough stomach, pass these on to them.
In retrospect, I think the Legacy series was floundering in this arc. There's no clear point to the story given that Darth Krayt is presumed dead. There's too much negotiation over whether the Fel Empire and Galactic Alliance and Jedi should form an alliance, even though readers know that an alliance will eventually come. Much of this arc could have been left to the background.
After the events of the Vector cross-over, the Sith Empire is leaderless, Cade's lover Azlyn is mortally wounded and the galaxy hangs on the brink of all-out war.
This volume begins with a guerilla war as the Sith try to exterminate the Mon Calamari. Then we check in on the remnants of the New Republic as they try to form an alliance with the Loyalist Empire against the Sith. Double and triple-crosses follow. Finally we return to Cade's story.
The art by Jan Duursema is as strong as ever.
My one complaint is that things are feeling a bit slow. Cade seems stuck in the same place he started and after 7 volumes I'd like to see more. But I'm still hooked and eager to see the next book.