Prelude to Rebellion

Ki Adi Mundi is a Jedi Knight of formidable strength and influence On his homeworld of Cerea, most of the planet s citizens are happy to continue their low tech lives of simplicity, isolated from the Republic, but a growing voice calls for the advanced technologies brought by offworlders When Ki becomes a strong voice of opposition for such development, he is falsely chaKi Adi Mundi is a Jedi Knight of formidable strength and influence On his homeworld of Cerea, most of the planet s citizens are happy to continue their low tech lives of simplicity, isolated from the Republic, but a growing voice calls for the advanced technologies brought by offworlders When Ki becomes a strong voice of opposition for such development, he is falsely charged with murder and is swiftly drawn into a web of conspiracy and intrigue that could rock the galaxy to its foundations a web that may have the vile crime lord Jabba the Hutt and the powerful Trade Federation at its center, setting the stage for Episode I The Phantom Menace
Prelude to Rebellion Ki Adi Mundi is a Jedi Knight of formidable strength and influence On his homeworld of Cerea most of the planet s citizens are happy to continue their low tech lives of simplicity isolated from the

  • Title: Prelude to Rebellion
  • Author: Jan Strnad
  • ISBN: 9781569714485
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Star Wars Legends Project #63Background: Prelude to Rebellion came out in 6 issues from December 1998 to May 1999. The trade paperback was released in May of 2000. Several years later it was collected in Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith (my review). The story was written by Jan Strnad with art pencilled by Anthony Winn. Strnad also wrote a couple storylines for the X-Wing comic series, and has worked on various other non-Star Wars comics and books, in addition to writing for television (most [...]

    2. August 21 2017: [When I first read all the SW comics I lumped the reviews to avoid inflating my books read count, but that seems silly now and I kinda regret not having that more complete/high resolution review information. So this is just for the first arc of Republic, Prelude to Rebellion.]There's some kind of odd stuff here--the technological isolation is bizarre, and all the Cerean kids have '50s haircuts and big pimples like they're in Jughead or something. Neither of those choices work all [...]

    3. AS people have already stated, this is nothing groundbreaking or incredible. Pretty basic characters. Nothing really had time to get to fleshed out or become all that intriguing, but that isn't really why I read the book. I like reading about different cultures of different planets. Looking at artist's renditions of what life is like and how the species interact with one another. You do get that from this book, so for me, it wasn't a complete waste of time.Read it if you want. You might be disap [...]

    4. One of the few Jedi Council members to get a speaking line in the films, plus one of the more upsetting Order 66 deaths (after Aayla Secura), we get to find out more about Ki-Adi-Mundi and Cerean culture. It was great seeing how a Jedi can do his duties while being a family man at the same time. The 20-1 female-male ratio of Cereans meant that Ki-Adi-Mundi was allowed to marry for the sake of the species.This story takes a little while to get going leading to a bizarre aliens-type encounter in s [...]

    5. Story: 7/10"This quality work gives us more insight into Ki-Adi Mundi's life and how he became part of the Jedi Council. a great comic to read before the Phantom Menace"

    6. PRELUDE TO REBELLIONContinuing my trek through some of the earlier Star Wars comics, we come to Dark Horse's first ongoing series set in a Galaxy Far, Far Away. Originally simply entitled Star Wars, the series was retitled Star Wars: Republic to avoid confusion when Dark Horse began publishing a second ongoing focused in the era of the Original Trilogy films. For simplicity's sake, I'm going to refer to the series as a whole using the Republic subtitle in these reviews. This story was reprinted [...]

    7. Cette BD porte sur le Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi. Celui-ci est le Jedi attitré à la planète Cerea. La première partie : Cette planète ne fait pas vraiment partie de la République mais il y a des pression pour qu'elle en fasse partie. Ki-Adi-Mundi s'y oppose car selon lui, les nouvelles technologies venant des autres planètes auront pour effet de détruire l'écosystème de Cerea. Ses ennemis kidnappent sa fille pour le faire revenir sur ses idées.Deuxième partie : Cette partie est une retour en [...]

    8. Another side story the flows together into the development of the Phantom Menace storyline. Artwork is solid, storyline is good yet nothing groundbreaking, but from a lore aspect, it definitely adds flavor.

    9. An interesting idea about the conflicts of technology and traditions, and the young vs. the old. However I can't say it was written particularly well. The art was good for the most part, although any depictions of Yoda crept into uncanny valley.

    10. Bizarre and what is worse extremely boring. I kinda liked Ki-Adi-Mundi in the Clone Wars cartoon series but this made me reevaluate the character.

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