Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures Volume I
Posted by Curto on July 8, 2004 at 02:49 PM CST
The Clone Wars animated adventures continues today in Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures Volume I, a digest-sized comic containing three all-new stories.

"Your eyes can deceive you. Don't trust them." The first story features Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker on the planet Nivek (the "Night Planet"), where they must learn to not rely on their sight, but rather their other senses. "Blind Force" is by Haden Blackman Ben Caldwell. For a sneak peek at this tale, click here.

In "Heavy Metal Jedi" Blackman is joined by The Fillbach Brothers for a story of Mace Windu and Saesee Tiin taking on the Separatist Forces on the planet Iktotch. The pair practice their Jedi prowess in a competition to see just which Jedi Master's skills will save the day, but what happens when they come across a new kind of Super Battle Droid?

Finally, "Fierce Currents" the creative team reunites for a story that seems to continue from the animated series. Kit Fisto is leading his army on Mon Calamari against the Quarren soldiers, but lurking in the murky depths is a threat unseen by either side.

For those who are wondering what a "digest-sized" comic looks like, here's a scan comparing this issue with the recent normal-sized Free Comic Book Day issue, which, coincidentally, will be reprinted in Volume II of Clone Wars Adventures.

Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures Comparison

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