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Star Wars: Jedi Of The Republic - Mace Windu | Matt Owens
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Collects Star Wars: Jedi Of The Republic - Mace Windu #1-5. One of the most revered Jedi Masters of all time stars in his own solo series! Learn all there is to know about the man, the myth, the legend -Mace Windu! For over a thousand generations, the Jedi have been the peacekeepers of the galaxy...but now, at the dawn of the Clone Wars, they fi nd themselves in a new role: generals in the Army of the Republic. As Mace Windu, one of the order's greatest warriors, leads a small unit into battle, can the Jedi make peace with their new role - or will they be lost to the violence around them?
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TheGremo
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My first Star Wars comic.
Mace Windu is one of my favourite characters and this comic tells about one of his missions during the Clone Wars.
A really good impression of this work, good and adventurous story, new and fascinating characters (and Kit Fisto among them, I love him) and beautiful drawings.
I look forward to read more and more SW comics!!!
#starwars #comics #macewindu #maytheforcebewithyou

JLaurenceCohen Have you read Stover's novel Shatterpoint? 2y
TheGremo @JLaurenceCohen unfortunately not yet. I've recently gotten into SW comics and have only purchased a few “canons” so far.
So tips are always welcome 🙏🏻
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JLaurenceCohen @TheGremo I highly recommend Shatterpoint. It's a retelling of Heart of Darkness set on Mace Windu's homeworld. As far as comics, Kieron Gillen's Vader series is great. 2y
TheGremo @JLaurenceCohen Yes!!! I already have Gillen‘s Darth Vader and I‘ll read it very very soon!!! Thanks for your suggestion about Windu 👍😊 (edited) 2y
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NAM99
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I‘m going to be honest, I love Mace Windu because he has a purple lightsaber so when I saw that there was a graphic novel I wanted it, I was curious about what his story was. It‘s clear he‘s confused and the anger issues that are on the screen in Revenge of the Sith are clearly there in the graphic novel and the issues with the Jedi leading an army are explored in interesting ways. Thanks @Page55 for getting it for me!