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  Reepicheep
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I'm more than content with the amount of products we're getting. It's actually hard to keep up at times...
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Hey, anyone have any topics they'd like to see discussed in an upcoming column? It's been a long spring break for me, and I haven't really come across much worth discussing.

What say the readers?


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 PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 11:29 am Reply with quote  
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I'll have to think about that.
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How about the resurgence of Hutts in the Legacy comics Very Happy

Course if you're looking for something more than one fan would like to read, you could shoot for "Generals of the Clone Wars: Best and Worst" since season 4 will be focusing on them.
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 PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:35 pm Reply with quote  
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The generals idea is a good one. Or maybe the most loved and most hated EU characters of all time.
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The latest Star Wars Dissection from Andrew Halliday is online, in which he tells you which comic format is the healthiest for your wallet. http://bit.ly/ff1OHt


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Old Master Ben wrote:
The latest Star Wars Dissection from Andrew Halliday is online, in which he tells you which comic format is the healthiest for your wallet. http://bit.ly/ff1OHt


I just read it. Going to be the Omnibuses for me.


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It was a very good dissection, though I'm still going to be an idiot and talk about the variables. P&P price for one, like buying singular magazines and omnibi (I know it's omnibuses but I like omnibi better!). One interesting point, though. It looks like the Us market prices differ a bit, though possibly significantly, from UK prices. I'd be interested in seeing the graphs for that. Not that I'm saying you have to! Got to think about demographics!
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The latest EU Action/Reaction (gasp!) is up!

http://www.eucantina.net/archives/10401


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I agree with your predictions VZ. So... Legacy and Old Republic.
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Great article, Vilezero.
I agree with you on the Old Republic being the most obvious era to get explored more in the near future.
Although I do hope for some revisits to the NJO era. I would love to see some stories inserted there.
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Hello all,

I'm working on The Star Wars Dissection #5 (noting that #4 is currently being edited and I hope should be online in the next few days or so), and had a quick question for anyone who can help:

Has anyone here read the young reader series Rebel Force?

Can you tell me if it ties in with the Jude Watson series, like The Last of the Jedi? If so, without giving spoilers, can you explain briefly how?

I haven't read any of these yet (slowly building the collection) and I'm hoping to make a point on the interconnectivity of Jedi Apprentice, Jedi Quest, The Last of the Jedi, and Rebel Force.

Thanks!
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I will state here what I stated in the comments section. I would like novels of Darth Krayt's journey to becoming a Sith Lord and his establishment of the One Sith. I would also like a novel for Darth Nihilius.


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I've read some of the Rebel Force books, and yes there is some tie-in to Jude Watson's LOTJ. PM me if you want to know more since I don't want to give away any spoilers.
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*Whisper*

You could also use the spoiler tag.

Click here to see the hidden message (It might contain spoilers)


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