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Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Shipyards of Doom

Star Wars The Clone Wars Shipyards of Doom Introducing a new quarterly graphic novella series based on the exciting new Clone Wars motion picture and animated television series Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker Obi Wan Kenobi and feisty Padawa

  • Title: Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Shipyards of Doom
  • Author: Henry Gilroy Matt Fillbach Shawn Fillbach
  • ISBN: 9781595822079
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Introducing a new, quarterly, graphic novella series based on the exciting new Clone Wars motion picture and animated television series Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, and feisty Padawan newcomer Ahsoka Tano embark on a mission to uphold the Republic In these early days of the Clone Wars, the Separatists are quickly gaining the upper hand with their incrediIntroducing a new, quarterly, graphic novella series based on the exciting new Clone Wars motion picture and animated television series Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, and feisty Padawan newcomer Ahsoka Tano embark on a mission to uphold the Republic In these early days of the Clone Wars, the Separatists are quickly gaining the upper hand with their incredible speed of manufacturing warships the Republic has been forced to pull back their armies across the galaxy The Jedi must infiltrate the Banking Clan Shipyards undetected if they hope to hamper ship production, and Anakin has the perfect planbut getting in is just the beginning

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    1. This is the first in a line of graphic novellas that take place during The Clone Wars (coinciding with TV series of the same name). SHIPYARDS OF DOOM follows Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Anakin's new Padawan Ahsoka. They are tasked with taking a group of Arc clone troopers and destroying a shipyard that is supplying destroyers for the Separatists. Once they get there they discover that slaves are being used to build the ships instead of droids.It's a decent enough little comic that definitely captures t [...]


    2. This was a quick little read. I haven't watched the cartoon that this book is based off of, but it was still a nice little story that could fit into the overall story line of Star Wars. The illustrations get a little funny, and my only complaint is that I want more time spent on them. A little detail can go along way. I would say this is a good fit for kids just getting into the franchise. Easy to read and not to complicated to follow. 


    3. Star Wars Legends Project #136Background: Shipyards of Doom was released in September 2008, the first in a series of 11 graphic novellas connected to The Clone Wars animated show. It was written by Henry Gilroy and drawn by the Fillbach Brothers. Gilroy was head developer and writer for the first season of The Clone Wars. The Fillbach Brothers did art for every single volume of the "Clone Wars Adventures" series, which was a tie-in with the Clone Wars animated series from 2003 (not to be confuse [...]


    4. So, I've been going back and looking at a lot of the early Clone Wars stuff in an attempt to work out the proper sequence of certain events. As such, here's the first in Dark Horse's line of digest-size Clone Wars comics!It's the early days of the Clone Wars, and the Separatist Navy is producing ships at a rate that far outpaces the production abilities of the Republic. If the Republic can't slow Separatist production, the war is going to end quicklyd not in their favor. In an attempt to even th [...]


    5. "Dismal" & "disappointing" are two adjectives that come to mind when I think of this CLONE WARS tale, SHIPYARDS OF DOOM. The story is more than a bit haphazard -- what starts out as a genuine mission then jumps from event to event with very little genuine flow -- as the Jedis don't always come off acting like the Jedis we all know and love. Granted, DOOM is intended for "young readers" so maybe I'm being a tad harsh on it, but as a "child at heart" I do expect a bit more meat & potatoes [...]


    6. Since Atticus is *in love* with the Clone Wars series I thought I'd grab this for him. We spent 3 nights reading it as one of his bedtime stories. He required me to do the voice of Yoda (which I was much better at than I thought I would be!) and wanted to do all of the lazer sounds (since I was not satisfactory in that dept according to him whatever!).This book was Great for the interaction we had but was just okay in every other way.


    7. This was an OK story. It's a comic tie-in to the movie and tv series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, done in the style of the recently-ended Clone Wars Adventures, but telling a book-length story rather than 3 or 4 smaller ones. There's an interesting subplot about slaves having to be convinced to try to escape rather than just accepting their fate.



    8. Suitable for children aged 8+ and those who watch the cartoons.The republic have to destroy an automated shipyard that is supplying war ships to the separatists. The mission is not that simple. This is a fun story that has some nice moments with the padawan working out where she fits. A good read.



    9. Not a bad little read. Pretty much like a lost adventure from the Clone Wars. It came with the DVD of the clone Wars movie. Not bad. Not great.


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