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  • Author:
    Dario Carrasco Jr.,Mark Heike
  • ISBN:
    1569714568
  • ISBN13:
    978-1569714560
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  • Publisher:
    Dark Horse; 1st edition (August 7, 2000)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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    1928 kb
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    1176 kb
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    1112 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    931
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Series: Star Wars Jedi Academy. This comic picks up after that trilogy, and now Kip is a student.

Series: Star Wars Jedi Academy.

Star Wars - Jedi Academy book. SC, TPB, NM/M, New, in cello, Written by Kevin J. Anderson. Art by Dario Carrasco J. Mark Heike, Bill Black, and David Jacob Beckett. Cover by David Michael Beck.

Jedi Academy: Leviathan, originally titled Jedi Academy: The Leviathan of Corbos, was a four-issue series of comics published between October 1998 and January 1999 by Dark Horse Comics. The story was written by Kevin J. Anderson and the comic was illustrated by Dario Carrasco, Jr. and Mark Heike. It takes place eight years after the fall of the Galactic Empire and follows a group of four: Streen, Kyp Durron, Dorsk 82 and Kirana Ti.

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Jedi Academy: Leviathan is a 4-issue limited series written by Kevin J. Anderson and illustrated by Dario Carrasco, Jr. and Mark Heike

Jedi Academy: Leviathan is a 4-issue limited series written by Kevin J.

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Star Wars Jedi Academy Leviathan Graphic Novel Comic Book. 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 Luke's greatest student, the brash Kyp Durron.

Dario Carrasco, Jr. Inks. Mark Heike; Bill Black; David Jacob Beckett. The events in this story take place approximately 13 years after Star Wars: A New Hope. Ray Murtaugh (colors); Harold MacKinnon (separations). Star Wars: Jedi Academy - Leviathan (Table of Contents: 2) (Expand) /. Star Wars, promo (ad from the publisher), 1 page (report information).

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Jedi Council Forums Star Wars Books, Comics, and Expanded Universe Literature . . Written by: Kevin J. Anderson Pencilled by: Dario Carrasco Jr. Inked by: Mark Heike & Bill Black & David Jacob Beckett. Welcome to the new boards! Details here! Official Jedi Academy - Leviathan Thread. 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 Luke's greatest student, the brash Kyp Durron. Once trained, a Jedi must go where he is needed, to defend the New Republic and use the Force to help those in need.

Star Wars: Jedi Academy - Leviathan Star Wars: Jedi Academy - Leviathan (1998 - 1999). Kyp Durron arrives on the mining world of Corbos only to find the entire colony destroyed. There are no signs of life but Kyp can still hear the psychic outcries of the colonists.

Eight years after the fall of the Empire, Luke Skywalker and his newly trained Jedi Knights, including his best student Kyp Durron, are asked to defend the Republic in a dangerous expedition that leads to the site of mining excavations.

Winasana
Excellent art, great story. I want to hear more about Kyp but am doubtlessly doomed to disappointment with clueless merchandisers. Fascinating character, again, LOVED the story but why in Sithing Hell is Kyp Blond on the Cover? Idiot colorist.
Fegelv
Good condition.
Rivik
It seemed more like Alien to me. It a good 'monster'-type story, despite Anderson's horrendously forced dialogue. But it has almost no elements of Star Wars, some bordering on the line of obscenely un-Star Wars-ish. My biggest complain may be regarding Dorsk 82. The idea behind him was by no means bad, but Anderson's writing turns him into an annoying, craven fool. Sometimes I wished that Leviathan would just step on him and put the reader out of his or her misery.
The art's good, although once again, not Star Wars-ish. It worked far better in the 'Tales of the Jedi' series than in the modern SW universe.
You wants real 'Star Wars' comics, see something like the X-wing Rogue Squadron comics, especially 'In the Empire's Service' and 'Mandatory Retirement'. You want a story transplanted to the SW universe, read this. I'm grading this as a Star Wars comic, and as a Star Wars comic its just plain bad.
Vudogal
1) This is the thinnest plot I have ever seen. It's like they called Kevin J, said "Hey, we want a comic related to the Jedi Academy, but we need the whole script in five minutes" and this is what they got. Nothing is ever explained, nothing makes sense, the characters repeat themselves constantly, and the whole point seems to be to make Dorsk 82, who never really shows up again anywhere else as far as I know, feel good about himself. And I'm not even sure he does that!
2) Luke looks like He-Man on a bad day, and I originally thought Leia was some totally new character. Does Dorsk 82 have to be drawn *shaking* in every frame? Why must everyone have spit lines between his teeth? The art in this comic is rock-bottom awful.
Zieryn
Kevin J anderson wrote one of my favorite sets of SW novels, The Jedi Academy. This comic picks up after that trilogy, and now Kip is a student. The story was a little below what i hoped for so I rate it 2 stars, but I really liked the pencils, inking and general production quality of this comic, giving it 4 stars for a final rating of 3 stars.
The best part of the story was the inclusion of the many characters we have only read about, Kyp, Kirana Ti, Tionne, Streen, Dorsk 82, Luke and Leia.