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Vector, Vol. 2 (Star Wars: Vector #2)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  437 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Vector is an epic story with repercussions for every era and every hero in the Star Wars galaxy. This is the concluding volume. Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia have to deal with Vector as it crosses their paths and changes the galaxy On the dark surface of a desolate moon, Luke meets his first Jedi since Obi-Wan Kenobi, only to realize too late that Celeste Morne is far d ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 9th 2009 by Dark Horse (first published May 19th 2005)
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This comic is actually a 2 in 1 and the conclusion to the Vector series. The first book is the fourth book in the Rebellion series and the second book is the sixth book in the Legacy series. I would rate the first comic a three, and the second a four, so a 3 1/2 overall rather three.

One of the characters in the Rebellion series Able is an intriguing supporting character, I didn't like what happened to him in the comic. I'd like to have heard more about that character, or even see a comic about h
I'm currently reading the "Legacy" series so I don't remember where things were in the "Rebellion" arc. I think it was a little forced that (view spoiler)

The second arc, set during "Legacy", was one of the best arcs in this series and the best of the Vector c
A fitting end to the Vector saga. I likes Dark Horse's attempt at a major cross over event. It was small enough that it could be followed in the confines of their four main Star Wars titles at the time. A neophyte-Jedi Luke encountering Celeste was a rather interesting plot device. Celeste continually seems to be less human, but still a hero trying to keep Muur at bay. I like that Celeste put a seed of doubt in Luke's head about his future. The end of the story in the Legacy era is one of my fav ...more
Vector volume 2 raconte la suite des aventures de Celeste Morne, une Jedi qui est prise avec un talisman Sith. Elle fait tout pour éviter qu'il tombe entre mauvaises mains. La première partie est la rencontre de Celeste avec Luke et Leia. Le talisman est vite attiré par les pouvoir des enfants d'Anakin Skywalker.

La seconde partie se passe près de 130 ans plus tard avec Cade Skywalker, un des descendant de Luke. Encore une fois, le talisman est attiré par le grand pouvoir des Skywalker.

Je n'ai p
Vector is actually a storyline that spanned the four major Star Wars comic lines of the time in which it was written. That included Knights of the Old Republic, set 4000 years before the movies; , which covers the period just after ; Star Wars Rebellion, which is set during the original trilogy of films; and Star Wars Legacy, which I have been reading. This is actually the second volume of the storyline, covering the latter two periods.

Celeste Morne is a Jedi Knight from 4,000 years in the past,
Stephen Theaker
The second half of a crossover between four ongoing Star Wars titles. This contains one story with Luke Skywalker set during the rebellion, and one set over a century later with Cade Skywalker. The connection is a long-lived former jedi, Celeste Morne, who is bonded with the Muur talisman and the Sith consciousness within it. As well as volume two of *Vector*, this also stands as volume four of *Rebellion* and volume six of *Legacy*, a bizarre set-up that left me searching fruitlessly for the la ...more
Rebellion Part not yet read, going to read it in Omnibus At War With Empire 2.
Read the legacy part in Legacy HC book 2, haven't seen something this awesome going on in Star Wars.
Now we get to the main reason I decided to read the Vector crossover story. MOre than half (at least it seemed that way) of this volume is Cade's and Celeste's story by John Ostrander. Not only does Ostrander deliver his usual solid storytelling, but for me, this section of the star Wars Legacy story helped make the two following TPBS that I have read make more sense story wise. Arguably for completists, and John Ostrander fans.
Hal Halbert
Crossover events as a way to get readers to ry another series in a line of books generally are a bad idea, but this lost-in-time Jedi story delivers a very satisfying story with major implications for the Legacy line in particular. While the art varies across the series, the final arc is breathtakingly beautiful and action packed. Well worth the read, even if you aren't a ST:EU comics fan.
Final chapter of the Vector story-line. Events triggered during the great war between Mandalorians and Republic are brought to the end in the not-so-bright future where new Sith order controls (yet again) the entire galaxy.[return][return]Recommended
I did not read Vector Volume 1, but I read this simply to read the Legacy series volume contained within. I was impressed by the story, for the most part, and found the conclusion exciting and shocking... I'm eager to read the next edition now.
4.5? Interesting story. Kind of odd seeing non-movie events happen with Luke and Leia, hard to believe it really happened. (That's why I wouldn't give it a full five stars.) But I enjoyed the part with Cade, and really liked the character Morne.
John M Campbell
Sep 09, 2009 John M Campbell rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone with any interest in the Star Wars comics.
Not as strong as the first volume, but still very good. Ties in the latter half of this story that spans all of the (then) current comic timelines.
"Hey, these Star Wars comics aren't half bad after all!... wait, wait. Yes, they are. They are almost exactly half bad. Ah, well."
Dannie Stockman
Vector is a very cool series that spans many different time spans from the Old Republic to the future during the Legacy series.
Ah, I do hate when they do epic multi-title crossover stories, when I only have a third of the story to read. Haaaaate.
Chad Saunders
This series continues to be amazing!
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