Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 2 - Victories and Sacrifices
Hayden Blackman, John Ostrander, Thomas Giorello; Brian Ching; Jan Duursema; Dan Parsons; Joe Weems; Curtis Arnold; Carlo Arellano
Dark Horse, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
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: Star Wars: Clone Wars, Volume 2: Victories and Sacrifices (Star Wars: Clone Wars #2)User Review - Michael Rudzki - Goodreads
Like most comics, these stories would have benefited from more space to develop characters and story. This volume focuses on wrapping up the chemical weapon storyline from the first, and a story centered on Jedi Master Shaak Ti. Read full review
Review: Star Wars: Clone Wars, Volume 2: Victories and Sacrifices (Star Wars: Clone Wars #2)User Review - Bernice Rizor - Goodreads
till okay got seven more go Read full review