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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Knights of the Old Republic - War #2 notes online

Production notes and trivia for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - War #2 are now online, and there are some insights into trying to write characters who (mostly) all dress the same, as well as the fun  little connection I mentioned between a character in this series and a story from the past. (I never said it was a story from the comics. Heh!)

I also have a page on the site now for #5, depicting the final issue of the arc.

I have a new interview online today with Graphic Novel Reporter about the series and some upcoming work; for fans of my comics research, there are also some new posts about comics past and present over at The Comics Chronicles.

Finally, I would be remiss if I didn't recommend the Book of Sith by Daniel Wallace — I've read it and it's a really fun book in a cool package. Check it out!

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Dances with Mandalorians! KOTOR War #2 hits stands

Zayne Carrick has pretended to be a Mandalorian many times — but now he's been captured by the Mandalorians and pressed into service. Drafted by two different armies in the same month? For Zayne, that's part for the course! And you can check it out in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - War #2, now on sale at your local comic book purveyor's emporium!

With #2, we learn more about what former Jedi Master Dorjander Kace has up his now-armored sleeve — and Zayne gets to see what life with the Mandalorians is really like. It's not what he expects, to be sure...

Also, Roqoo Depot has the exclusive first look at the cover of May's Knights of the Old Republic - War #5, the big finish to the arc. There'll be more up here about it in a few days — and I'll have notes online about our big second issue.
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