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  1. #11
    Expect key characters to include Quinlan Vos and Vilmah Grahrk ("Villie").
    With all of the freaky names in AOTC, I'm surprised George didn't name him Vilmah Vliinston. *painful zing!*

    But I really dug Kamino, and I'd like to know the fate of my favorite Star Wars planet.
    My name is Oobie Doob Badoobie.
    What's your middle name?
    Scooby Dooby.
    Oobie Doob Scooby Dooby Badoobie?

  2. #12
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    Yes this seems very appropriate to give the people who wanted EPS 2 to be called THE CLONE WARS what they want. THis way they can absorb the entirety of it for all its worth.
    No matter how I die, even if there is a suicide note; it was murder. Cheers!

  3. #13
    Padme is of limits cause no one knows what happens to her, atleast we know that Obi-Wand and Anakin won't be dead.
    "hopped up on Jar Jar Binks"

  4. #14
    Attack on Kamino information from Star

    The Battle of Kamino: 2003 Comics
    October 18, 2002

    January 2003 brings two pivotal events to the pages of Dark Horse Comics' Star Wars titles: one that forever transformed Princess Leia into a Rebel, and a major battle of the Clone Wars.
    It is two months since the Clone Wars began on Geonosis. After a series of indecisive skirmishes, the Separatists rally for a bold charge against the cloning facilities on Kamino, the source of the Republic's army. To defend this vital asset, the Republic has dispatched a squadron of Jedi starfighters and a battalion of clone troopers under the command of the Jedi. The result is a battle that blazes through space, through the cities, and through the crashing waves of Kamino.

    Star Wars: Republic #50 is a double-sized 64-page special, by John Ostrander, Jan Duursema, Haden Blackman, Scott Allie and Stephen Thompson, with cover art by Jon Foster. It is scheduled for release on January 22.

    During the early days of the Galactic Civil War, Princess Leia quietly aided the struggling Alliance through her connections with the Imperial Senate, using her diplomatic immunity to run mercy missions to besieged worlds such as Ralltiir. An increase in Imperial atrocities and violence forced her to supplement her political skills with more deadly talents, as depicted in the fifth issue of Star Wars: Empire.

    Randy Stradley, Davidé Fabbri and Christian Della Vecchia adapt and expand a tale first told in the National Public Radio Dramatization of Star Wars. This issue features cover art by Bryan Ching. Star Wars: Empire #5 is scheduled for release on January 2.

    For more information about Dark Horse Comics, visit their official website here.

    MTFBWY and HH!!

    Jar Jar Binks

    Attachment: The battle spills into the corridors of a Kaminoan city; pencils by Stephen Thompson.

    AGENTS OF ATLAS - Returns in Early 2009.

  5. #15
    That first picture looks pretty good. I love that the CloneTrooper is wearing one of the shoulderpad magazine holders like the Imperial Sandtroopers in ANH have on.

    Here's the other attachment. I think they did a very good job on capturing the look of Obi-Wan and Anakin in the comic. I may have to actually pick this one up. Though I haven't been reading the comics in ages.

    MTFBWY and HH!!

    Jar Jar Binks

    Attachment: Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi weather the waves of Kamino; pencils by Jan Duursema

    AGENTS OF ATLAS - Returns in Early 2009.

  6. #16
    What I don't understand is how Obi-wan and Anakin can be fighting together after AOTC. After all, Anakin went and got married to Padme at the end of AOTC, something that is forbidden by the Jedi Order, so how can he hope to hide this from Obi-wan? Unless things have become so desperate that Obi-wan doesn't care and will use any help he can get - let's just hope Dark Horse doesn't end up contradicting something that will happen in EP III - contradictions like that happened enough in the Marvel series (even though I think that was the best SW comic series ever)....

  7. #17
    I've never read a Star Wars comic before, but i'm very interested in reading this post AOTC stuff. What issue of which comic do you think would be a good place to jump on? #50? And when will that issue be released?
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  8. #18
    I'm psyched about the Clone Wars comics. I recently just got back into the frey after a 5 year absence. While it's a haslle to catch up on all the storylines it sure is fun.
    Heck I started recollecting 3 3/4 figures right when E2 came out and was able to get everything from where I left off (orange cards) to current.
    Heck why wait till issue #50, Republic 46 came out this week, pick it up, might take a few issues to get into the story lines but it's worth it IMO
    Hasbro, Wuher needs help, bring us Ackmena

    Kenobi must be the Smith or Johnson of Tatooine

  9. #19
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    Yes, start at Star Wars: Republic #46. Last week #47 came out. It is REALLY good!

    46-48 take place about a year before AOTC as far as I can figure out. It's before the Ansion mission in "The Approaching Storm" novel, too.

    I might be wrong. I'll have to re-read 46.

    But it's darn good! I like the elite Senate Guard being in the story along with Anakin and Obi-Wan!
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