Published in 1998, Kevin J. Anderson brought his Jedi Academy Trilogy to comics. In the eight years since the fall of the Empire, Luke Skywalker has trained a new group of Jedi Knights, among them the warrior woman Kirana Ti, the sky-hermit Streen, the scholar and lore-master Tionne, and his greatest student, the brash Kyp Durron. Once trained, a Jedi must go where he is needed, to defend the New Republic and use the light side of the Force to help those in need. And on the harsh world of Corbos, help is desperately needed after mining excavations awaken something ancient, powerful...and hideously evil!

Leviathan was illustrated by Dario Carrasco, Jr., Mark Heike, Bill Black, and David Jacob Beckett, with covers by Ray Lago, Paul Chadwick, and David Michael Beck on the trade paperback.

JEDI ACADEMY: LEVIATHAN
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Jedi Academy  Leviathan Trade Paperback


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