A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
I started reading these comics. For the first time, though probably not the last, I’m joining Kirr and MizzeeOH in reviewing classic Star Wars comic volumes. Today, I’ll be reviewing Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood, brought to us by the same people who made Crimson Empire.
The new Emperor Carnor Jax is dead, but his Imperial Interim Ruling Council lives on. As several groups plot their own Imperial takeover, the squabbling Council itself is obsessed with one another and the threat still posed by Kir Kanos, assassin of Carnor Jax. In the meantime, Hutt crime lord Grappa is involved, one way or another, in almost all of the capers… and the threat posed by his own temper.
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Title: Fall of Cthulu: The Fugue
Author: Michael Nelson
Published: 2008 by Boom! Studios
Cy’s life has turned upside down. Uncle Walt returned unexpectedly, and remained among Cy and his fiancee, Jordan, just long enough to introduce him to a world of chaos and the impossible. Now Cy finds himself in a world of cults, demons and Elder Gods, and everything seems to revolve around some nonsensical word… Cthulu.