Clone Wars #9 comic

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Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by lhs1701 » Mon Jul 31, 2006 9:05 pm

This comic is out.

The stories are in parallel with the happenings of the Revenge of the Sith. The stories are what are happening to other Jedis when Obiwan and Anakin are facing their own trials.

It touches on what happen during Order 66 and the events following it.

I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
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Re: Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by TK1705 » Mon Jul 31, 2006 10:32 pm

lhs1701 - where u got your from...
lhs1701 wrote:This comic is out.

The stories are in parallel with the happenings of the Revenge of the Sith. The stories are what are happening to other Jedis when Obiwan and Anakin are facing their own trials.

It touches on what happen during Order 66 and the events following it.

I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
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Post by lhs1701 » Mon Jul 31, 2006 10:59 pm

Kino Ngee Ann, last copy.

I suppose other Kino may have
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Re: Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by freefly » Tue Aug 01, 2006 10:25 am

I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
Which part of it did you enjoy the most: Quinlan Vos, Das Jennir, Darth Vader or the Clones for you?
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Re: Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by lhs1701 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 11:27 am

freefly wrote:
I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
Which part of it did you enjoy the most: Quinlan Vos, Das Jennir, Darth Vader or the Clones for you?
Dass Jennir
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Post by Paul K » Fri Oct 06, 2006 3:40 pm

I recently used the vpost usa service to get some of used TPBs and saved some money in the process.

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Re: Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by myboyracer » Sat Dec 16, 2006 12:02 am

lhs1701 wrote:This comic is out.


I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
Bro, have not seen these comics yet. Do you think its suitable for children 5 yo ..... graphics and contents wise. Planning to buy them for my kids. FYI, they have seen the cartoon clone wars many many times and enjoy every minute. :)

Cheers!

mbr.

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Re: Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by lhs1701 » Mon Dec 18, 2006 9:16 am

myboyracer wrote:
lhs1701 wrote:This comic is out.


I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
Bro, have not seen these comics yet. Do you think its suitable for children 5 yo ..... graphics and contents wise. Planning to buy them for my kids. FYI, they have seen the cartoon clone wars many many times and enjoy every minute. :)

Cheers!

mbr.
These comics I believe are for teenagers and adults as I doubt young children could really understand the plots and stories. There is nothing offensive within.
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Re: Clone Wars #9 comic

Post by myboyracer » Mon Dec 18, 2006 4:57 pm

lhs1701 wrote:
myboyracer wrote:
lhs1701 wrote:This comic is out.


I read it at one go because I could not put it down.
Bro, have not seen these comics yet. Do you think its suitable for children 5 yo ..... graphics and contents wise. Planning to buy them for my kids. FYI, they have seen the cartoon clone wars many many times and enjoy every minute. :)

Cheers!

mbr.

Oh ok. Anyway, Ive bought the Star Wars Clone Wars adventures for my boys already. :)

Cheers!

mbr.

These comics I believe are for teenagers and adults as I doubt young children could really understand the plots and stories. There is nothing offensive within.

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