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Star Wars: Jango Fett - Open Seasons (Star Wars Legends Graphic Novels #35)

4.02  ·  Rating details ·  203 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
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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Jared
Jun 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Star Wars Legends Project #71

Background: Jango Fett: Open Seasons was released in 4 issues from May to September 2002. The trade paperback was released in January of 2003. It was written by W. Haden Blackman and drawn by Ramón F. Bachs. Blackman has written a few dozen other Star Wars comics, including several tie-ins with video games (like this one). As a longtime employee at LucasArts, he was also involved in the development of quite a few Star Wars video games, as well, most notably as the
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Albert Nguyen
Jul 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
Open Seasons consists of four episodes in the form of flashbacks that detail the four major events of the bounty hunter Jango Fett's life: joining the Mandalorians, the birth of his rivalry with Mandalorian renegade Tor Vizsla, the battle of Galidraan, and the resolution of his rivalry. Each are cleverly named after the four seasons (Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring) and perfectly match the tone of each episode. For example in Summer we see a young, innocent Jango who lives a calm and happy life ...more
Crystal Starr Light
Jul 20, 2010 rated it really liked it
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
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Luis
Dec 27, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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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Shawn Granger
Apr 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Good for fans.

Nothing really mind blowing but for Star Wars fans it's good. It is a solid read but not reaching the level of a classic that might appeal to casual fans. Good, not great. Art is great, story is good. I bet 99% of the people reading this review will enjoy the book.
Joaquin
Jan 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Nos cuenta la historia de Jango Fett.

Por fin un comic de SW bueno, pensé que todos eran basura, pero este está realmente bien.
Jonathan Roberts
Dec 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
Jango Fett hasn't received as much character development as I'd have liked. Open Seasons corrects a long-standing omission by making the Clone army's template interesting. Whilst I think W. Haden Blackman could have explained the comic's secondary characters a little better, he awards the protagonist some long overdue narrative treatment. A must-read for Jango fans, and a recommended read for all Star Wars fans.
Rigoberto
Oct 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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Not a half-bad story, provides a little more to the origins of Jango Fett. We also see how he received his training, as well as how he had past experience with Jedi. Sadly this story is no longer canon and thus it's not meant to be taken as a proper origin, but nonetheless it is a good tale.
Angela
Dec 10, 2016 rated it liked it
The story of Jango Fett, and where he comes from. This is like a potted history, lots of flashbacks so you have a good idea who Jango really is. There's some fun stories and he definitely is more a Mandalorian than Bobba is. A good read.
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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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