Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Review: Star Wars: Iron Eclipse #4

Beautiful. That's the word that comes to mind when reading this entire series. This has been an enjoyable book so far. From the hands of a master, John Ostrander.

This issue is the penultimate chapter and it answers a lot of two stunning reveals in the end. The payoff is good. Everything in the series so far has been leading up to this point. 

Here, answers come aplenty, plus we get a little peek into the mind of Agent Jahan Cross and get to see his somewhat skewered view of the clone wars. Also, continuing their guest appearance from last time, Han Solo and Chewbacca.

The art is just beautiful to look at. It's free flowing, smooth, clear and very nice to look at. Elli Stark had never looked more beautiful. Credit to the talents of the penciller, Stephan Cretin. I look forward to seeing more of his work in the future.

Solid book people, a non- traditional-non-Jedi Star Wars book expertly written by a master storyteller. If you haven't been picking up this series, please do buy the trade with my highest possible recommendation.

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