Star Wars: Clone Wars (comics) - Publications (2003 To 2006) - Clone Wars Volume 3: Last Stand On Jabiim

Clone Wars Volume 3: Last Stand On Jabiim

  • Blood and Rain
    • written by Haden Blackman
    • pencilled by Brian Ching
    • inks by Victor Llamas
    • colors by Joe Wayne
  • Thunder and Lightning
    • written by Haden Blackman
    • pencilled by Brian Ching
    • inks by Victor Llamas
  • The Storm After the Storm
    • written by John Ostrander
    • pencilled by Jan Duursema
    • inks by Dan Parsons

TPB Summary:

General Obi-Wan Kenobi and his Padawan Anakin Skywalker find themselves in command of a regiment of Clone Troopers on the muddy battlefields of the rain world of Jabiim. With their supply lines stretched thin and reinforcements unable to land due to the perpetual storms, the Jedi and their army have become easy targets for the rebel Alto Stratus and his elite Nimbus warriors. But the situation goes from bad to worse when General Kenobi is listed missing in action, and Anakin is teamed with a group of other Masterless young Jedi on a doomed mission to hold the last line in the Republic's defense!

The events in this story take place between six and seventeen months after the Battle of Geonosis (as seen in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones)

This trade paperback collects Republic 55 to 59.

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