All I know is that when he was first introduced to the world, he was an amazing leader who had no problem with killing. As he began to grow more evil, fans grew to love him, and hate him at the same time. Darth Vader Comics is one of those rare comic books that seem to have a life of their own. When Darth Vader faces off against his nemesis, the Rebel fleet on his ship, he’s sent crashing into a neighboring planet. Will the Rebel get an opportunity to take control of this incredible force, or will they be forced to feel the full wrath of this evil Dark Lord?
It doesn’t matter which one you read. One of them is bound to be amazing, while the others will make for some interesting reading. I especially enjoyed the Darth Vader: The Ultimate Visual Collection Hardcover by Rick Delano. I read that one when it came out, and I can’t say I wasn’t impressed. There were so many amazing things in that collection, and if you haven’t picked it up, I highly recommend it.
Han Solo And Chewy
Star Wars Vegas Comic Books, on the other hand, is all about Han Solo and Chewy. In addition to the two very popular characters, they also have a long list of supporting characters that make this book even more interesting. For example, Boba Fett is introduced at the start of the novel. He’s a major player in the Vegas scenes, and there’s even a moment when we get to see his home planet, Endor. If you haven’t read the books, I highly recommend picking them up.
Having said that, I’ll warn you right away that this isn’t a Star Wars Story, so there isn’t a lot of going on in the background. But still, if you enjoy this type of reading, you’re in for quite a treat. And you won’t be sorry.
Boba Fett first appears in the second book, where he’s introduced as a mysterious new bounty hunter who uses a bandanna to hide his face. We soon find out that his real name is Vassel Ovarian. After he witnesses the murder of his cousin on board a ship run by the nefarious Jabba the Hutt, he gathers a small group consisting mainly of bounty hunters and a few Imperials and sets out to recover the body. He’s joined by Teebo, who also has a bounty hunter group.
The crime-fiction book ends with the Death Star plans being carried out, and the Empire is on its way to conquer the planet. As the story closes, we also learn about Vader’s ultimate plan, which involves a trap on the ice planet Hoth Age and the Emperor using his lava lamp to turn Anxious sheep against the Rebel Alliance. In the middle of all this, Boba Fett sneaks aboard an Imperial ship and steals the plans for the Death Star. He then escapes and becomes a valuable part of the Rebel Alliance.
I haven’t read all the books in this series, but the second and third books really caught my interest. Like the first book, the second book is rich in character development and takes place on the edge between the good and bad. If you’ve already read the Star Wars Vegas comic, I highly recommend picking up where you left off, especially if you haven’t yet caught up with what’s happening in the saga. Both the Star Wars comics and the Star Wars video games offer a unique perspective on the Star Wars universe. Whether you’re a lifelong fan or just a casual fan, you’re sure to appreciate either one.