[PDF / Epub] ☄ Star Wars By Mike Richardson – Anguillais.us

Star Wars Kir Kanos, The Last Surviving Member Of Emperor Palpatine S Royal Guard, Is Ready To Settle A Score With Luke Skywalker And Those Others Whom He Blames For The Death Of His Emperor But Standing In Kanos S Path Is His Former Adversary And Almost Love Interest Mirith Sinn And Both Of Them Have Become Pawns In A Secret Plot By An Imperial CabalThe Final Chapter In The Crimson Empire Saga

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ☄ Star Wars By Mike Richardson – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here And here s the end of Crimson Empire I really enjoyed these stories I liked CE III a lotthan the previous ones especially the art The third instalment was publishthan ten years after previous part and you can see how much the quality as gone up Partially it s the change of style and partially the fact that it hasties with the rest of the stories in the Legends timeline WARRNING UNTAGGED SPOILERSIn this instalment we see the end of Kir Kanos as we know him Unfortunately b And here s the end of Crimson Empire I really enjoyed these stories I liked CE III a lotthan the previous ones especially the art The third instalment was publishthan ten years after previous part and you can see how much the quality as gone up Partially it s the change of style and partially the fact that it hasties with the rest of the stories in the Legends timeline WARRNING UNTAGGED SPOILERSIn this instalment we see the end of Kir Kanos as we kno...


  2. says:

    Nine times out of ten, the last work in a trilogy is typically going to be the weakest one There are exceptions, of course, in some planned works or multi arc series which were designed to span several productions from the get go However, when it deals with stories in an episodic basis, the finale tends to be the one left with the most baggage Creators by the end can feel burned out, the crew behind them lacks the spark of the first parts, and it needs to stand on its own while also neatly fi Nine times out of ten, the last work in a trilogy is typically going to be the weakest one There are exceptions, of course, in some planned works or multi arc series which were designed to span several productions from the get go However, when it deals with stories in an episodic basis, the finale tends to be the one left with the most baggage Creators by the end can feel burned out, the crew behind them lacks the spark of the first parts, and it needs to stand on its own while also neatly finishing up all that came before it Sometimes a break, or even a delay, can help offset this, but in the case of Crimson Empire, it seemed to seriously hurt the work Whi...


  3. says:

    Perfect ending to the series Great book I like that they worked in heroes from the original trilogy into the story as well All the mysterious figures were revealed.


  4. says:

    More reviews and no fluff on the blog Star Wars Crimson Empire III Empire Lost is the final volume in this series Each of the volumes gives a lot for the money intricately drawn scenes, beautiful full color, and a mature plot featuring the Star Wars universe The idea to use Palpatine s last guard as a main character was an intriguing one and the author artist did create an interesting story with a solid ending.This volume features quite a bit of Leia,More reviews and no fluff on the blog Star Wars Crimson Empire III Empire Lost is the final volume in this series Each of the volumes gives a lot for the money intricately drawn scenes, beautiful full color, and a mature plot featuring the Star Wars universe The idea to use Palpatine s last guard as a main character was an intriguing one and the author artist did create an interesting story with a solid ending.This volume features quite a bit of Leia, Luke, and Han as well as the Solo children But the heart of the story and story arc is not so subtly outlined in the title of volume III it s about Kir Kanos recognizing that the Empire he knew is truly gone and just a shadow of itself an empire lost.My overall thought is that the empire lackeys goons were just a bit too over the top in their mustachio twirling evilness I think it is at the point that one of the empire heads kills one of his subordinates to prove that he s e...


  5. says:

    I ll be upfront about it Kir Kanos and Mirith Sinn are not the most complex characters you ll meet in space opera Truth to be told there is something that I liked, and still like, about Kanos over the course of three TPBs.He is a honest and honorable man By the time we reach the halfway point or so of this installment Kanos goals have changed Hell, he m...


  6. says:

    A review with spoilers and no synopsis I enjoyed the first Crimson Empire and missed the second Then I saw this in the library While it is a good story overall, I felt that the driving passion of reven...


  7. says:

    Bad, bad, bad Story was bad, art was awful I ve never seen a comic with so many wall eyed characters.


  8. says:

    This story s nearly as fun as the first, if a little rushed You ll have to overlook some erratic art.


  9. says:

    A satisfying conclusionThe third chapter of this series leads Kir to question his previous loyalties and help those who killed his Emperor.


  10. says:

    A mi parecer, la mejor de las 3 partes que integran la trilog a de Kanos, le da un farewell adecuado al personaje que era leal al imperio de Palpatine sin dejar de ser bueno.

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