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Star Wars: The Comics Companion PDF, ePub eBook Dark Horse presents the definitive guide to Star Wars comics, complete with in-depth coverage all the way through Episode III! Written by Ryder Windham, Star Wars expert, and densely illustrated with both brand-new art and classic images from the comics, this chronological compendium contains everything you need to be the ultimate Star Wars reader in-the-know. Follow Anaki Dark Horse presents the definitive guide to Star Wars comics, complete with in-depth coverage all the way through Episode III! Written by Ryder Windham, Star Wars expert, and densely illustrated with both brand-new art and classic images from the comics, this chronological compendium contains everything you need to be the ultimate Star Wars reader in-the-know. Follow Anakin Skywalker's descent into darkness, from his early days as a padawan, to his harrowing Clone Wars battles, up through his transformation and eventual death as Darth Vader. Get complete details on the exploits of Luke and Leia, Han and Chewie, and all the rest of the gang, with thorough rundowns of classic Star Wars history, from the very beginnings of the Jedi Order, no character goes unmentioned and no quadrant goes unmapped.

30 review for Star Wars: The Comics Companion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Case

    This book, basically, covers all of the Star Wars comics up to those published shortly after the release of Episode 3 (thus comics directly relating to the results of Order 66, and comics in the early portions of the Dark Times era are omitted) - not due to deliberate omission, but because of the publication date. This book is, basically, the most complete collection of all the Star Wars graphic novels published up until Episode 3's release, covering everything up to (in the Star Wars timeline) t This book, basically, covers all of the Star Wars comics up to those published shortly after the release of Episode 3 (thus comics directly relating to the results of Order 66, and comics in the early portions of the Dark Times era are omitted) - not due to deliberate omission, but because of the publication date. This book is, basically, the most complete collection of all the Star Wars graphic novels published up until Episode 3's release, covering everything up to (in the Star Wars timeline) the Legacy era, and the expanded KotOR era. Basically, if you want to get into the older Star Wars comics, this is really where you want to go - it's the best place to start you collection, or your readings in general. It's not entirely comprehensive, and as in the case with many of these collections, the addition of recently published comics makes it obsolete, but it's still an excellent book to have in your collection.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Warren Dunn

    A nice refresher to the comics that I used to own, but it felt rushed. I enjoyed reliving the stories that I’ve read many years ago, and appreciated the cross-references. The descriptions are dry; for a companion guide, I would expect - and desperately want – some background information. The small capsules that we are given insufficient, except in a few cases. Add in plenty of spelling mistakes, forgotten references, and some outright omissions (such as the Dark Forces trilogy, which admittedly A nice refresher to the comics that I used to own, but it felt rushed. I enjoyed reliving the stories that I’ve read many years ago, and appreciated the cross-references. The descriptions are dry; for a companion guide, I would expect - and desperately want – some background information. The small capsules that we are given insufficient, except in a few cases. Add in plenty of spelling mistakes, forgotten references, and some outright omissions (such as the Dark Forces trilogy, which admittedly is more text than artwork, but still published by Dark Horse), and I think the book could have used more time with the editors.

  3. 5 out of 5

    F.P.

    Just read a bit of the inside of this for the first time and already it's helping me. However, I'm not going to fully read or rate this book because I can't read much of it now and will just be using it as a reference as I'm reading: it contains a lot of spoilers, and I think it's important to remember that. If you read it too fast or bounce around too much, you'll probably spoil reading later comics. --- Hopefully this will help me keep track of what's what, because I've been reading the stories Just read a bit of the inside of this for the first time and already it's helping me. However, I'm not going to fully read or rate this book because I can't read much of it now and will just be using it as a reference as I'm reading: it contains a lot of spoilers, and I think it's important to remember that. If you read it too fast or bounce around too much, you'll probably spoil reading later comics. --- Hopefully this will help me keep track of what's what, because I've been reading the stories out of order--I'm just buying whatever I can find.

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