Monday, April 23, 2012

Review - Star Wars: Knight Errant Volume 2--Deluge

TITLE: Star Wars: Knight Errant Volume 2--Deluge 
AUTHOR: John Jackson Miller
PUBLISHER: Dark Horse Comics 

PUBLISHED DATE: June 5, 2012
ISBN: 9781595826381
ARTIST CONTRIBUTORS: David Daza, Iban Coello, Ivan Rodriguez, Joe Quinones, Michael Atiyeh, and Sergio Abad

Set in the beginning of the Old Republic, a 1,000 years before the birth of Luke Skywalker, this epic tale centers around a young female Jedi Knight named Kerra Holt, who is attempting to fight against the evil Sith Lords. The Sith Lords are trying to control large portions of the galaxy while continuing a war with the Republic. In the five issue series titled Deluge, Kerra Holt returns to the ocean world of Aquilaris, the planet she once called home, which is currently under control by the Sith Lord Daiman.

As soon as Kerra arrives she jumps into a battle against the Sith Lord’s army and she allies with other Republics. Her people have been enslaved and she’ll do anything to save them. Soon, she realizes that there is another enemy - a Hutt. Now determined more than ever, Kerra must go against all odds to stop them from flooding her home planet.
This complete volume consists of all five issues from the second series. If you haven’t read the first volume, you don’t have to worry as there is a basic opening to help you catch up. This is my first Star Wars graphic novel read, and I have to say that I liked it. The plotline is simple, but the main character Kerra is exciting as a Jedi Knight. There are great action illustrations and clever dialogue to keep any Star Wars fan entertained.

*I would like to thank NetGalley and Dark Horse Comics for sending me a copy to review.

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