*Spoiler alert* -- Soule sets the timeline up to be very immediate and dire, but as a result has to result to contrived means to resolved the plot. Anakin 'builds' four or five speeders. The comic's wording an content suggests that he builds them out of the scrap laying around in a couple minutes, which is ridiculous, so it is more likely that he just fixed the CPUs as he did with the mechs. Let's pretend that is the case, we still have the problem that Obi-wan sent out a signal that was answered across space with a full fleet instantaneously. This is a Republic that is constantly marred in bickering politics, but the second that they hear that there may be some sort of resource, literally, the second that they hear it, they drop everything, authorize an entire fleet to zap across the galaxy (which, even at light speed, takes a while) and annex an independent planet and break up a civil war? Preposterous! Also, Sera is a freakin' idiot to think the kids would be totes cool with genociding their own families and tribesmen. I understand that she's been in isolation for a long time, but did she really think that plan would work? An otherwise great series is weighed down by cheap writing at the end, and it's a shame because the character development that Anakin goes through is interesting and this was shaping up to be one of the better Star Wars mini-series to come out from Marvel thus far; quite a surprise when you consider that it occupies prequel territory.