Inspired by the Cartoon Network's Clone Wars cartoons,
this new series uses the television show as a jumping-off
point to tell new stories of heroism and villainy in the same
stripped-down visual style...
one in the Clone Wars Adventure series is a bit of
a disappointment. Three tales are included here, all of which
fail to really offer anything new to the Star Wars universe.
up is the Pitch Black inspired Blind Force.
Anakin and Obi-Wan are on a planet where visibility is almost
non existent - thanks to the fact that there is no light.
Can they complete there mission even when the planet's natural
animal life seems intent on attacking them?
we have Heavy Metal Jedi. This sees Windu and Tiin
battling their way through an army of droids. Sadly their
bickering, about whose tactics are the best, seems to dominate
what passes for a story.
final tale, which is arguably the strongest, is Fierce
Currents. I say arguably due to the fact that it is still
very weak but, apart from the moral message at its conclusion,
this works fairly well. Oh, is that conclusion supposed to
make us think about how mankind has also treated our own oceans
despicably? Oh, how clever... By the way, I'm being sarcastic.
the artwork is adequate - based on the crude illustrations
that the TV series has to offer this is not difficult to achieve
- the writing is very immature. It certainly won't appeal
to anyone over the age of ten. Sadly, this collection is a
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