Shelves: books-i-own , star-wars 9 ABY This graphic novel trilogy follows the same story as the three novels, but with a few things switched around a bit for the sake of visual flow. In short, Heir to the Empire introduces us to Grand Admiral Thrawn, who has seemingly taken the Emperors place, and some members of the New Republic have a hard time believing that there could possibly even be another Grand admiral that they did not know about. We are also introduced to Mara Jade, former Hand to the Emperor and a current second to 9 ABY This graphic novel trilogy follows the same story as the three novels, but with a few things switched around a bit for the sake of visual flow. We are also introduced to Mara Jade, former Hand to the Emperor and a current second to Talon Karrde, a renowned smuggler. With his wit, Thrawn aims to use the Jedi Master to his needs, but he will need some ysalmiri creatures who naturally reject the Force to help him keep control over the Jedi Master. The main feature of Dark Force Rising is basically a race to see who can find the fabled Katana Fleet with its Dreadnaught class ships first, the Empire or the New Republic.
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Registered: Jun 4, Graphic novels? It was my understanding that the Thrawn Trilogy was released as a trilogy of comics by DH, each part of the trilogy having six issues to it.
Then the issues were gathered together in a TPB. The Dark Forces books are graphic novels as they are novels with artwork to go along with them. And not the comic book style art work either. But the artwork in the Dark Forces graphic novels would be more like the cover art of a comic book in my opinion.
No dialouge, but something that could be scanned, edit out all the text on it, and then have it framed or something Graphic novel is the term people who are ashamed to buy comics use for comics, and is usually simply used to describe a TPB or collected edition. Each of TTT Graphic novels were a collection of 6 individual comics.
Actually I think one of them was 5, but oh well. They were illustrated novellas -- that is, not comics, but real prose books with full page illustrations or paintings scattered throughout. The technical term I believe is "Graphic Story Album" or something.
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