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Star Wars: Jango Fett - Open Seasons (Star Wars Comics Chronology #35)

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He was born a poor farm boy on a forgotten planet in the galaxy's Outer Rim. Taken under the wing of a wise mentor after the violent death of his family, he would rise up to lead a band of fighters struggling for survival against a dark force that threatens to wipe them out completely. His name would become known throughout the systems, and his legacy would change the gala ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published December 24th 2002 by Dark Horse Books
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There was something about Boba Fett that attracted audiences as far back as his first introduction into the (reportedly) terrible Star Wars Holiday Special in 1978. That carried on into his movie debut in Empire Strikes Back. Ever since, Boba Fett has been a highly regarded character. It makes sense that his father--or better, clone source--would be as well.
Count Dooku is on the search for the perfect clone source. So he begins investigating the last of the Mandalorians: Jango Fett. Here we lear
El cómic profundiza en el pasado de Jango, y devela los motivos por el cual este se alía con el lado oscuro en posteriores episodios.
La historia es clara y muy concisa, a pesar de los constantes flashbacks, conserva el ritmo e incluso deja algunas frases para el recuerdo.
La importancia del susodicho personaje es tal, que cuando decidieron crear un ejercito de clones para fulminar a los jedis, lo utilizaron a este como prototipo de soldado, es decir, cada soldadito seria clonado en base a sus ge
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W. Haden Blackman is a writer who has long worked in the Star Wars universe. He is also the project lead on the MMO Star Wars: Galaxies and the video game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.
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