Star Wars: Legacy #28

    Star Wars: Legacy » Star Wars: Legacy #28 - Vector, Part Nine released by Dark Horse Comics on September 1, 2008.

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    This issue of Legacy launches the final four-issue chapter of "Vector." This galaxy-changing force has moved through three time periods, beginning over 4,000 years ago. Lasting impressions and repercussions have been left on all the heroes of Star Wars. Now, "Vector" has reached the future of Star Wars and will forever change the lives of Skywalker's descendants!

    For anyone who never knew where to start with Star Wars comics, "Vector" is the perfect introduction to the entire Star Wars line! For any serious Star Wars fan, "Vector" is the must-see event of 2008, with major happenings throughout the most important moments of the galaxy's history!

    * This issue launches the final chapter of "Vector," a 12-part storyline that has run through every Star Wars title, from Knights of the Old Republic, to Dark Times, to Rebellion, and now to Legacy.


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    Vector makes it's final stop in the Legacy era 0

    Celeste Monre enters the Legacy era. Pros: I was a bit cautious about Vector crossing over to Legacy. I have followed Vector since Knights of the Old Republic, but Dark Times and Rebellion haven't been that great for Vector because of the pacing. Thankfully in Legacy, Celeste Monre makes a bigger impact for Cade and his friends. Cade and Celeste are similar in a way because they walk so closely to the dark side. What's also interesting is that Cade can heal the affects of the raghoul disease....

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    Written Like a One-Shot 0

    This book is sort of written like a one shot. The situation arises (crew finds ship). The situation unfolds (crew finds ghouls (space werewolves) in ship). The situation gets worse (Cade and his high-school crush get bitten). The situation gets resolved (Cade heals him and her).  So pretty much, this is more like a short "preview" than an actual installment to a greater story. I guess it makes sense because the last time we saw the character Celeste, she was escaping from the moon place in Star ...

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