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Thread: Thrawn by Timothy Zahn

  1. #121
    I'm no too concerned with overexposure, I doubt he'll ever reach Vader's level. The reason I'm for it, is because we're due for a different Villain to focus on.
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  2. #122
    I just got around to reading the comic version of this story, or what I asume is the comic version. Are the two stories the same, with the book flushing things out a bit or are there two different stories? I really enjoyed the story, but kept thinking there might have been a bit more in the book.
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  3. #123
    The comic is mostly the same as the book. At least I can't think of any differences. Zahn's style is a bit down to the bown. He isn't great at detailing scenery, or even at lenghty internal dialogue, so what you have in the comic is pretty much what you'd get in the book.
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  4. #124
    Quote Originally Posted by SpectreOne View Post
    The comic is mostly the same as the book. At least I can't think of any differences. Zahn's style is a bit down to the bown. He isn't great at detailing scenery, or even at lenghty internal dialogue, so what you have in the comic is pretty much what you'd get in the book.
    Thanks for the info. I had the feling in the comic that some of the scenes may have been shortened due to space, but overall I enjoyed the story. I might pick up the book, though.
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  5. #125
    I was just looking at the Barnes and Noble web site and there is a tweet regarding a new Thrawn Trilogy (The Chiss Ascendancy) based on Thawn's time in the Unknown regions.

    I haven't been reading too much Star Wars novels but this I find very interesting.

  6. #126
    I wish I was more excited for Zahn's Ascendancy trilogy, but I'm just....not. I found his new Thrawn trilogy difficult to get invested in, and a bit of a slog to get through. Funny thing is, I don't remember feeling the same way about his old Legends novels. Has he lost a bit of his touch?

  7. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodders View Post
    I was just looking at the Barnes and Noble web site and there is a tweet regarding a new Thrawn Trilogy (The Chiss Ascendancy) based on Thawn's time in the Unknown regions.

    I haven't been reading too much Star Wars novels but this I find very interesting.
    This piques my interest as well. I'm assuming this is more of a "prequel" to the current or recently released Trilogy and NOT about his post Rebels adventures (which I'm very interested in).

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    Here we go. Straight from the Penguin Random House website The book is slated to be released on May 5, 2020. Thrawn: The Ascendancy Trilogy book 1. Hard cover to be released by Del Rey @ $28.99.

    ABOUT THRAWN: THE ASCENDANCY TRILOGY #1 (STAR WARS)

    The first book in a new trilogy set before Thrawn traveled to the Empire and became a Grand Admiral. Journey to the Unknown Regions and learn more about Thrawn’s origins and his home: The Chiss Ascendancy.


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