Kanan #10

Kanan #10

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Greg Weisman
(A) Pepe Larraz
(CA) Mark Brooks
Caleb Dume's first days in The Clone Wars continue... Master Billaba brings her Padawan and their clones to the Battle of Mygeeto. Separatist Generals Sear and Grievous lay in wait... Rated T
Date Available: 01/27/2016
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Kanan is the criminally underselling step-child of Marvel's Star Wars universe, and they're putting a pillow over his head in two months because they can't put him up for adoption. Order 66 exists everywhere, even for top 30 books. I guess if you're only selling more copies than 60% of Marvel and 70% of DC, you're a flop (look out, Spider-Woman and Robin, Son of Batman!)

Its a damn shame, because the stories, set during and after the Clone Wars, have been excellent. Written by Greg Weisman (who is a writer for 'Rebels'), they're grayer morality tales than you'd expect from a comic tied loosely to an animated show. Add to that the consistent quality of visual storytelling by artist Pepe Larraz and its easy to be sad that a book this good is going away. Larraz is a real find, and he'll move on to bigger things from here. Before he does, why not look at how nice 'here' is already.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Greg Weisman
(A) Pepe Larraz
(CA) Mark Brooks
Caleb Dume's first days in The Clone Wars continue... Master Billaba brings her Padawan and their clones to the Battle of Mygeeto. Separatist Generals Sear and Grievous lay in wait... Rated T
Date Available: 01/27/2016
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Kanan is the criminally underselling step-child of Marvel's Star Wars universe, and they're putting a pillow over his head in two months because they can't put him up for adoption. Order 66 exists everywhere, even for top 30 books. I guess if you're only selling more copies than 60% of Marvel and 70% of DC, you're a flop (look out, Spider-Woman and Robin, Son of Batman!)

Its a damn shame, because the stories, set during and after the Clone Wars, have been excellent. Written by Greg Weisman (who is a writer for 'Rebels'), they're grayer morality tales than you'd expect from a comic tied loosely to an animated show. Add to that the consistent quality of visual storytelling by artist Pepe Larraz and its easy to be sad that a book this good is going away. Larraz is a real find, and he'll move on to bigger things from here. Before he does, why not look at how nice 'here' is already.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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