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Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic #18 July 27, 2007

Posted by showmescifi in comic books, comics, Dark Horse, darktower, knights of the old republic, KOTOR, mars, Sci Fi, science fiction, sciencefiction, scifi, spacey, star trek tng, Star Wars, star wars games, star wars knights of the old republic, star wars legacy, starbuck, starwars, weird al, zarek.
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Not bad. Not bad at all.

Continuing on from issue #17 – we finally get a decent issue.

After at least 6 issues that totally sucked, Dark Horse has finally put together really decent issue of Knights of the Old Republic. No it’s not even 1/10th what Legacy is, but hey it’s a start.

In this issue we finally figure out what camper was hiding in his brain – truth is until this issue i couldn’t have cared less about camper. But in one issue we get alot – we find out what he knows and we find out why it’s important.

Even more interesting is the fact that after WAY WAY WAY too many issues we may finally be getting closer to a reunion with Zane and some kind of Jedi confrontation.

Will Zane save them all? I’d guess so. But hey after being ready to give up on this series now once again I’m interested enough to keep reading and see what will happen next.

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1. Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic #19 - now it finally starts to come together « Show Me SciFi - September 10, 2007

[…] KOTOR #19 is a solid issue continuing from the solid issue #18. It’s a good trend and we can only hope that Dark Horse’s editors wizen up and put some […]


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