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Star Wars: Jedi Council - Acts of War (Star Wars Legends Comics Chronology #31)

3.27  ·  Rating Details  ·  107 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
Even in the days before the shadow of the Phantom Menace falls upon the Republic, the rule of the Senate is no guarantee of peace. When conflicts arise, it is the duty of the Jedi Knights, under the guidance of the Jedi Council, to protect the innocent and restore order. When the warlike Yinchorri threaten the stability of the Republic, a Jedi task force led by Mace Windu ...more
Paperback, 117 pages
Published June 19th 2001 by Dark Horse Books
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Jared
Apr 16, 2016 Jared rated it really liked it
Star Wars Legends Project #60

Background: Acts of War came out in 4 issues from June to September of 2000. It was published as a trade paperback in June of 2001. Several years later it was collected in Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith (my review). The story was written by Randy Stradley with art pencilled by Davide Fabbri. Stradley, a VP and sometime senior editor of Star Wars comics at Dark Horse, co-wrote the Crimson Empire saga, and also wrote a large number of the issues in the Dark Time
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Jordan
Shifting gears a bit, this time out we're visiting a setting a little closer to the events of the films. The Dark Horse Comics miniseries Jedi Council: Acts Of War takes place only a year before the events of Star Wars--Episode I: The Phantom Menace (that's 33 BBY, if you're keeping track). This story was published as a standalone collection, and reprinted in Star Wars Omnibus: Rise Of The Sith.

Before the galaxy was engulfed in the Clone Wars, transforming the Jedi into generals, they served to
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Zachary Hatton
Aug 24, 2013 Zachary Hatton rated it did not like it
I didn't finish it and I don't think I need too. The story was a little bland; there's trouble on a planet and the jedi are sent in like we've never heard that story before. I wouldn't mind so much if the ensuing plot was actually interesting and I cared about the characters. Like this jedi master dies but idk who he is and there's no reason for me to feel any remorse b/c there's nothing really special about him. Another thing I didn't like was the art work. It reminded me too much of a kid's tv ...more
Bookworm Amir
Sep 09, 2011 Bookworm Amir rated it did not like it
I think the book wasn't that great.

First of all, there were too many characters (of the Jedi Council) that you can't really keep track of much of them. Worst of all, there's all the weird names, the names of the planets and the rebellious warriors, that I just skip reading the names. Can't they settle for something more simpler?

Plot wise, since when did a Jedi Council authorize themselves, ALL of them, to go and fight some tyrannosaurus rex lizards who can carry guns? It also meant losing a lot
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Yves
Jun 15, 2012 Yves rated it liked it
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La planète Yinchorri vient joindre la République que déjà sa population commence à causer des problèmes. Le conseils Jedi décide donc d'envoyer des émissaires pour régler les problèmes. Peu après le départ, le Temple Jedi est attaqué par des habitants de cette planète rebelle. Ce que le Jedi ne savent pas c'est que tous ces problèmes proviennent d'une manipulation secrète des Sith.

Cette bande dessinée est plutôt ordinaire. C'est souvent le cas pour ces BD qui ont été faites avant 2002. L'histoir
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Shawn Fairweather
Apr 21, 2016 Shawn Fairweather rated it liked it
Overall the comic wasn't too bad. It had some good aspects and definitely added to the build up to the Phantom Menace however there was some quirkiness that I could've done without.
B. Reese
This was overall an interesting story that expands the pre-episode 1 context of star wars. I liked it, 3.5 stars. Overall, it's kind of a "jobber" story in that not much happens to the big names. Still, it's worth reading because it does show us a little more of what the galaxy was up to before episode 1. Not essential reading, but fun if you're looking for something decent.
Brian Williams
May 18, 2012 Brian Williams rated it liked it
Worth a read if you are already a big fan of the franchise but it might not have much appear to someone who isn't deep into the universe.
M Pereira
Apr 05, 2013 M Pereira rated it did not like it
Shelves: star-wars
This is a filler story. It passes the time but not a particularly impressive story
Mark
Oct 20, 2013 Mark rated it it was ok
Very average pre-Phantom Menace story in which nothing much happened. Disappointing.
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"Nearly thirty years of writing and editing comics, and this is what I have to show for it."
—Randy Stradley, pointing to this biography.

More to come, folks!
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  • Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi, Volume 3: Force War
  • The Golden Age of the Sith (Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, #1)
  • Fall of the Sith Empire (Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, #2)
  • Tales of the Jedi: The Collection (Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, #3)
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