Star Wars

Star Wars

Vader Down

Book - 2016
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"When Darth Vader finds himself facing off against the rebel fleet on his own, he is sent crashing onto a nearby planet. Will the rebels seize this opportunity to put an end to one of their greatest enemies-- or will they be made to feel the full power of the dark side? The Sith Lord may be down be he isn't even out!"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC, [2016]
ISBN: 9780785197898
0785197893
9780606383479
0606383476
Branch Call Number: GN 741.5973 ST281V
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Vader down

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Mark_Daly
Aug 15, 2017

Vader's the Godzilla of this tale, an unstoppable menace who draws all the characters into his orbit. But Leia's a close second in the 'unstoppable' category.

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orange_lion_644
Jul 28, 2017

Loved it, I'm a huge Vader fan and I think this is a great waay to tell how hopeless it seemed.

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duane767
Mar 27, 2017

If you want to see the Vader that was only hinted at in the movies - which is saying much - read this book and every other book Marvel has put out as of late with Vader. You won't regret it.

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Keogh
Jan 11, 2017

A crossover between the two Star Wars ongoing titles, this finds the Dark Lord of the Sith brought down on a remote planet, with a legion of Rebel troops eager to put an end to him once and for all, and the usual suspects into the mix along the way. The tone of the story varies along the way, what with having different creative teams involved, but also shows Vader at his most dangerous, when he's cornered.

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dpwilkens
Jun 17, 2016

This was a mess of a trade paperback. Marvel took several of its Star Wars comics series and made a crossover event. However, the artwork is static and awkward (though better figure and starship work than many of the recent Dark Horse series). You can tell digital painting was heavily relied upon by the artists. The story is a mess, and the panels are poorly composed, leaving the action scenes very confused. Worst of all, the Marvel Star Wars treatment-- treating Darth Vader and the other Imperial bad guys like super-villains rather than space opera villains, is way overplayed.

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hotpancakes
Mar 28, 2016

good book

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