Star Wars: Legacy #33

Star Wars: Legacy #33

Writer: John Ostrander Artist: Jan Duursema Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: February 25, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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With the objective of exterminating the entire Mon Calamari species, the Sith have created a semisentient bioweapon, a creature that can kill selectively.

This Sith leviathan has already been unleashed on one underwater Mon Cal refugee camp, and it now swims the waters of Dac searching for more victims. The Mon Cal Rangers, with the help of Imperial Knight Treis Sinde, must find a way to destroy the leviathan before it clears the remaining Mon Calamarians from the galaxy forever!

"Star Wars: Legacy took a gamble by jumping the Star Wars saga 100 years past what we knew about it and it has paid off. It's a great series."

  • 8.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 25, 2009

    The art is also up to par with what I expect from the series. As with last month, Omar Francia's figures aren't quite as realistic as I would like. On the other hand, his vehicle and creature designs are quite impressive. The brief sketchbook pages in these past two issues are a testament to the amount of thought that went into what could easily have been a forgettable story arc. When the so-called "filler material" is this enjoyable, I really look forward to what Ostrander has in store when Legacy shifts its focus back to the main cast and their conflict. Read Full Review

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