Star Wars Omnibus: At War With the Empire, Volume 1

Star Wars Omnibus At War With the Empire Volume Collected here are stories of the early days of the Rebel Alliance and the beginnings of its war with the Empire tales of the Star Wars galaxy set before during and after the events of Star Wars

  • Title: Star Wars Omnibus: At War With the Empire, Volume 1
  • Author: Scott Allie Various Jeremy Barlow Randy Stradley Tomás Giorello Ryan Benjamin Patrick Blaine
  • ISBN: 9781595826992
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collected here are stories of the early days of the Rebel Alliance and the beginnings of its war with the Empire tales of the Star Wars galaxy set before, during, and after the events of Star Wars 58 A New Hope pIn this volume 58 Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine are targeted for assassination by rogue Imperial officers Princess Leia gets her first taste of war and tCollected here are stories of the early days of the Rebel Alliance and the beginnings of its war with the Empire tales of the Star Wars galaxy set before, during, and after the events of Star Wars 58 A New Hope pIn this volume 58 Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine are targeted for assassination by rogue Imperial officers Princess Leia gets her first taste of war and the sacrifices that the coming rebellion will require Vader, after surviving the destruction of the Death Star, must fight to become the leader of a pack of savage beasts and many other stories.p

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    1. Essentially an anthology format, with stories of varying lengths and quality. Some of it works well, some of it falls rather flat, and occasionally the writers overegg the pudding (Darth Vader is eeeeevilllll) but there are some interesting moments as the viewpoint switches between the Empire and the Rebellion, and often to new, minor characters such as the starstruck clerk who gets swept up into an emergency involving Han, Chewie, and Leia. The artwork is generally functional.


    2. Good collection, mainly because for the most part it only deals tangentially with established characters, allowing stories to be told unencumbered by baggage and expectation.


    3. A lot of enjoyable tales from the Star Wars universe. The art and story in the first one was my personal favorite.



    4. A compilation of Rebels vs. Empire surrounding the Battle of Yavin. Despite some of my issues with the characterization, the artwork was spectacular. It all was able to draw me into the stories, and most of it was quite intricate. The space scenes were phenomenal.Betrayal: This takes place a few weeks BBY. The art showed the progression of the story really well, but the story had some gaps in it. I felt like there could have been more. (4/5)Princess…Warrior: Another one that takes place a few [...]


    5. Having read most of the "modern" (not the old Marvel ones) Star Wars Omnibus, I'd have to say there is a kind of groove that most of them have. They all are a collection of a couple of trade paperback sized stories with some shorter stories mixed in. Also, I would say the quality of these stories is anywhere from pretty good to good and occasionally there is one or two bad ones thrown in. As I have said in other reviews, if you buy graphic novels, the nice thing about these omnibuses is how much [...]


    6. Always do what you think is right. The book is set in a time of civil war and the Empire is on their way of making a Battle Station that can destroy an entire planet. Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine's puppet to help in his plot to what in his mind is "right and just", is challenged with many hard decisions that may alter the coarse of the galaxy's fate. Many other characters such as Grand Moff Tratcha who is plotting to overthrow the Empire with his comrade, Grand Moff Kadir, who is yet another p [...]


    7. Mostly darker toned stories set just prior to, concurrent with, or shortly after the first movie. The art is a very mixed bag with some really terrible cheesecake work in some places, the kind that's constantly trying to contort the female form to get their ass and breasts in the same shot.Most of the stories are forgettable. Even when they have a really good premise, the execution falls short, such as the one from the point of view of a Stormtrooper stationed on the Death Star.It's not that the [...]


    8. Dans ce recueil d'histoires parues dans la série Star Wars : Empire, il y a plusieurs histoires intéressantes. La plupart de mes favorites mettent en avant plan l'Empire. Pour avoir lu la plupart des livres de la saga, je dois avouer que j'ai eu mon lot de Luke, Han et Leia. C'est quand même intéressant de voir le début de l'amitié entre ces personnages.Il y a une histoire que je n'ai pas aimé. C'est celle qui met en scène des aliens qui ressemblent à des raptors. Sinon, la qualité des [...]


    9. More like a 3.5 to 3.75 stars. These stories take place right before New Hope and afterwards. It was like some of the stories were good, some really good, while others were OK. The art work seemed to be blah on the better stories. Overall not totally awesome, but better then a 3 star.The best of them:BetrayalThe Short, Happy Life of Roons SewellWhat Sin Loyalty?WorstThe Savage HeartThe Price of Power


    10. Reviews of the script writers:Scott Allie - story was pretty messy and badly paced, second story was weird but okRandy Stradley - was alrightPaul Chadwick - well plotted - intriguingJeremy Barlow - good enoughPaul Alden - fun ideaRon Marz - ok idea but repetitive, second story was similarly just ok, third was goodWelles Hartley - fun idea but didn't get the characters right at allThe art was a mixed bag - some was fantastic, some really average.


    11. STAR WARS OMNIBUS AT WAR WITH THE EMPIRETHE EMPIRE RULES THE GALAXYbut the rumblings of a rebellion can be felt from Ralltiir to Tiss'sharl, and even to the galactic throne on Coruscant. War is coming, and it will touch everyone, great and small.Collected here are stories of the early days of the Rebel Alliance and the beginnings of its war with the Empire - tales of the Star Wars galaxy set before, during, and after the events in Star Wars: A New Hope!


    12. A collection of Star Wars stories all near the time of The Battle of Yavin.The best part of an anthology like this is the chance it gives so many artists to shine. The stories, though, are just fluff. Rather than getting anything that meaningful, we get inconsequential side-stories that add nothing new to the characters we know and love.Not what I was looking for.


    13. this book was interesting. Some of the stories were better than others and some of the artwork wasn't very good. I like the story with Leia visiting her old boyfriend but preferred the artwork in the story about the newbie maintenance tech getting caught up with Han and Leia. Good stories but not sure how much they added to the overall scheme of things in the expanded universe.


    14. Very good art, good writing. The flow of some of stories could be improved, especially in the Betrayal arc. The velociraptor story towards the end was strange. They even managed to sneak the Philosoraptor meme into the comic.


    15. Dark Horse started out a little rough, but when they got going, much of their work on star wars was excellent. like any anthology, some of this is great, some is ok. the art however, is uniformly excellent. well worth reading.



    16. The period is a pleasant reminiscence of a bygone era of Star Wars but the first half of the collection is some tough slogging.




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