Tales of the Jedi: Redemption #4
Sylvar is dissatisfied with her blood hunt. She learns that Vima is missing and start out to find her. Together, Vima and Ulic begin to discover (and rediscover) the ways of the Force.
However, I've come to the realization that with only one issue remaining, nothing is really going to happen in this series. There is virtually no plot at all. The creators have said all along that it is a character driven story, but I hadn't quite realized the extent.
I'm not necessarily complaining. I'm a Seinfeld fan, and nothing happened there either.
Despite some fun images, the art feels less deliberate and a little more rushed, particularly in the last half of the issue. It hasn't maintained the qualities and subtleties that made me compare it with 'Dark Knight Returns' back in issue #1. I suspect that tight timetables have caused the quality to suffer a little.
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