The situation on Telos IV is getting darker: sabotage, assassination attempts, secret meetings, undercover agents…

But right now, Master Qui-Gon Jinn’s main concern is controlling his headstong Padawan. The homecoming on Telos has proved incredibly difficult for the proud and bitter Xanatos. His difficulties in reconnecting with his father and sister are putting the team of Jedi in peril as they near the shocking facts behind the burgeoning civil war . . .

* Illustrated by rising star Mahmud Asrar (Brightest Day)!

* Covers by acclaimed artist St├ęphane Roux (Countdown to Final Crisis, Action Comics

Writer: Scott Allie
Artist: Mahmud Asrar
Colorist: Paul Mounts
Cover Artist: St├ęphane Roux

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  1. This series has been pretty good so far. It is my first Star Wars comic, but I like what Allie and Asrar have put together. The art style is different than oher “space” books, I like it a lot. Hopefully it ends on a high note. Qui-gon is a badass, and I want to keep seeing him do work.

  2. it keeps getting better. i wasnt so sure when i picked up issue 1, but each issue is better than the last. i gotta say though, its a fairly familiar star wars plot: a few jedi are sent to some place where there is political turmoil and are expected to resolve some plot against the government. a good plot, just a little tired. thats my only negative criticism. i noticed that the artist stepped up his game on the last issue, i hope this book is just as impressive

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