Legacy: War #4 Cover Revealed!

If you have not had a chance to see the new cover for Star Wars: Legacy: War #4 (of 6) now is the time.  This cover alone tells us much. To see Jedi Master T’ra Saa and Former Jedi Master Nat “Rawk” Skywalker side by side in battle, you know things have gotten bad. How will this 40 page issue impact the characters and stage set by writer John Ostrander and penciller/artist/writer Jan Duursema? We all have to wait until March 30 2011 to see, and trust in this veteran team that has delivered time and time again.

Publishers  Summary:

Star Wars - Legacy: War #4 The allies launch a series of maneuvers designed to lure Darth Krayt into a trap. Only who is trapping whom?

As Jedi and Imperial Knights fight shoulder to shoulder against the Sith in defense of the Hidden Temple, Cade Skywalker can’t help but think of his father and the horrible losses the Jedi suffered the last time the Sith attacked . . .

The tide of battle turns, and the future of the Jedi hangs in the balance!

* Jedi and Imperials stand together against the Sith!
* New Sith are revealed!
* Price: $3.50

So as things heat up for Cade Skywalker and his Jedi, and Imperial companions, we can expect to see an explosive finish to this great era. When asked about the Mandalorian plot seen in Issue 41: Rogue’s End, being addressed in Legacy: War, Jan Duursema had this to say:

Wish we had room for that, but it’s only six issues and some threads are bound to be lost… Maybe, someday, a Legacy II?

Now this in no way means we will ever see a Legacy II, but it is always great to know that the creative minds behind these projects are always ready to dish out more! And who wouldn’t enjoy a Legacy II anyway? But first let’s see what Legacy: War has in store. It should be a wild ride!

Source: Dark Horse Comics and Jan Duursema via Facebook

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