Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 2 - Victories and Sacrifices

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Dark Horse, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
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From one of the swamp moons of Naboo, to the war-torn cityscapes of Brentaal IV, the battles of the Clone Wars have thrown the galaxy into turmoil. New Separatist threats, ranging from deadly biological weapons, to dark Jedi, to unkillable alien bounty hunters, have the loyalist Jedi and their clone troops pushed to their limits.

This graphic novel collection contains three separate, yet linked stories of heroism and sacrifice set during the time between Episode II and Episode III!

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Review: Victories and Sacrifices (Star Wars: Clone Wars #2)

User Review  - Victor Orozco - Goodreads

Very good. A dramatic turn in that we see Durge make an appearance and with the whole struggle to stop a biological weapon. B+ Read full review

Review: Victories and Sacrifices (Star Wars: Clone Wars #2)

User Review  - Zachary Hatton - Goodreads

Not the best Star Wars stories I've read. When a story is pretty straightforward and not very complex it can be pretty good if there's other good aspects like characterization or natural deepness ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Voronica Whitney-Robinson has worked as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa, a veterinary assistant in New Zealand, and a marine biologist in Seattle. She has written four novels for Wizards of the Coast. She lives with her husband in Washington State.Haden Blackman is producer at LucasArts on Star Wars(R) Galaxies(TM): An Empire Divided(TM), a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) set in the classic "Star Wars universe and one of the largest "Star Wars video game ever built. Blackman has worked in interactive entertainment as a writer, voice director, and content supervisor. He is also the author of "The Field Guide to North American Monsters, "The Field Guide to North American Hauntings, "Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels, and numerous "Star Wars comic books.

John Ostrander has been a prolific comic writer during the last two decades, working for Marvel, DC and Dark Horse. His writing ranges from superheros (JLA) to science fiction (Star Wars: Twilight) to westerns (DC's The Kents.)

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