>Every Story Has A Hero, Every Hero Has A Destiny, Every Saga Has An End.
The novelization doesn't have it either, guess it was a late addition.
I'm just using one of the taglines. It was the end in the sense that it was the last Star Wars movie to be released.
Somehow this comic makes the movie seem even worse than it turned out. The difference in the Order 66 scene is nice, though. Too bad it wasn't combined with what we got, to show more Jedi deaths.
I know there are less than 250 pages here, so posting this wonderful crop.
>we ran out of space so we better wrap this one up quick!
>Unlimited power, Anakin, help me!
Owen and Beru was the biggest waste of the last movie.
I wish I didn't. An adaptation would be better off without lines like that.
But true, I remembered. And I remembered that because I couldn't remember a single line from the third movie.
Nice little edit.
Have this little video:
A clearly beginner was copying the faces off of live action shots, instead of drawing the thing from imagination. The obsessive hunt for detail can often result in characters looking like creepy manikins, which of course happened here.
I think his acting was alright. He was just playing himself (as did almost every actor in these movies).
I wish I could find their version of Order 66...
When filming the scene where Saruman was stabbed in Return of the King, Jackson wanted Lee to do it in a certain way. Lee very coldly told Jackson that he knows what a man sounds like when stabbed.
Jackson remembered that Lee was a spy for the British government in WW2, and realised he was probably the expert.
Every time I remember this. I remember that every encounter they have in TCW is just a lucky day for Grevous that Obi-wan hadn't brought his A-game.
It looks like here Sheev was winning or at least doing better than the movie, but just decided to collapse to get Anakin to help him.
>I should play dead
>That's a good trick
If Anakin wasn't such a whiny bitch I wouldn't find this funny.
>Literally the only good line Lucas wrote for the whole prequel trilogy
Don't be an idiot, we both know the original trilogy was filled with quotes and line that ultimately made no sense saying.
The fanboy is strong with this one.
Heres a quote from Harrison when he filmed the first Star Wars movie.
"George, you can type this shit, but you can't say it!". -Harrison Ford