The action is very cinematic, and looks a bit shinier Phantom Menace era actually than it does resemble the rougher and scrappier Luke and Leia years. And Raana Tey is a memorable character, a formidable force in battle intent on a misguided mission. She's a zealot, but also a real Knight. There's an interesting discussion between Zayne and Shel about whether one can even serve the Dark Side if one thinks one is doing what's right. It's all a lot to be going on for a reader who has only dropped in for one issue before the major crossover looming in Dark Horse's entire Star Wars stable in the coming year. But hopefully the solid storytelling will continue into the new direction. Read Full Review
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