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Leading into Jedi: Fallen Order™ the upcoming third-person action-adventure Star Wars™ title from Lucasfilm and Respawn Entertainment, DARK TEMPLE follows the Jedi Master ENO CORDOVA and his impulsive Padawan CERE JUNDA on their most dangerous mission yet. The Jedi Council has sent them to the remote planet Ontotho to oversee the peaceful excavation of a mysterious temple Leading into Jedi: Fallen Order™ the upcoming third-person action-adventure Star Wars™ title from Lucasfilm and Respawn Entertainment, DARK TEMPLE follows the Jedi Master ENO CORDOVA and his impulsive Padawan CERE JUNDA on their most dangerous mission yet. The Jedi Council has sent them to the remote planet Ontotho to oversee the peaceful excavation of a mysterious temple that has been uncovered. But they will come to find that what surrounds the temple may be even more dangerous than the mysteries within it. Clandestine local resistance forces and ruthless corporate security troops in a war for the fate of Ontotho – and the Jedi are caught in the middle! Collecting STAR WARS - JEDI FALLEN ORDER: DARK TEMPLE #1-5.


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Leading into Jedi: Fallen Order™ the upcoming third-person action-adventure Star Wars™ title from Lucasfilm and Respawn Entertainment, DARK TEMPLE follows the Jedi Master ENO CORDOVA and his impulsive Padawan CERE JUNDA on their most dangerous mission yet. The Jedi Council has sent them to the remote planet Ontotho to oversee the peaceful excavation of a mysterious temple Leading into Jedi: Fallen Order™ the upcoming third-person action-adventure Star Wars™ title from Lucasfilm and Respawn Entertainment, DARK TEMPLE follows the Jedi Master ENO CORDOVA and his impulsive Padawan CERE JUNDA on their most dangerous mission yet. The Jedi Council has sent them to the remote planet Ontotho to oversee the peaceful excavation of a mysterious temple that has been uncovered. But they will come to find that what surrounds the temple may be even more dangerous than the mysteries within it. Clandestine local resistance forces and ruthless corporate security troops in a war for the fate of Ontotho – and the Jedi are caught in the middle! Collecting STAR WARS - JEDI FALLEN ORDER: DARK TEMPLE #1-5.

30 review for Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order - Dark Temple

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ben Brown

    “Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order - Dark Temple” (wow, that’s a mouthful of a title) is the requisite comic book tie-in to the “Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order” videogame that was released last month, to which this serves as a prequel. And, like most of Marvel’s “Star Wars” output, it falls squarely into the category of being“perfectly adequate” – the story is diverting enough, without ever being truly gripping, and the characters have just enough personality and quirk to disguise the fact that they’r “Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order - Dark Temple” (wow, that’s a mouthful of a title) is the requisite comic book tie-in to the “Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order” videogame that was released last month, to which this serves as a prequel. And, like most of Marvel’s “Star Wars” output, it falls squarely into the category of being“perfectly adequate” – the story is diverting enough, without ever being truly gripping, and the characters have just enough personality and quirk to disguise the fact that they’re basically just engines to keep the story moving. Really, the only thing about “Dark Temple” that rises above the level of 'competent' is the art by Paolo Villanelli, which mixes dichotomous colors with sharp line work to meld into something that’s genuinely striking and distinct. Fans of “Fallen Order” might be apt to see what some of their favorite characters were up in the years preceding the game’s story, but rest assured: story-wise, there’s not much to glean here, outside of one or two teasing allusions. Die-hard fans of “Star Wars” will probably enjoy this well enough; anyone else probably need not read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Greensmith

    "I'm responsible for the path that Trilla is on. And what she does next is the cost of all of my mistakes. Our mistakes... Are in the past. And it's all of our responsibility and it's about what we do next that's important. You taught me that, Cere." "I'm responsible for the path that Trilla is on. And what she does next is the cost of all of my mistakes. Our mistakes... Are in the past. And it's all of our responsibility and it's about what we do next that's important. You taught me that, Cere."

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Connolly

    I am not even sure why I decided to pick this up. I haven't played the video game(though I do plan to) and wasn't particularly interested. It wasn't actually even very good. But I still liked it quite a bit. I'm not sure if that makes sense but there it is. 3 stars. I am not even sure why I decided to pick this up. I haven't played the video game(though I do plan to) and wasn't particularly interested. It wasn't actually even very good. But I still liked it quite a bit. I'm not sure if that makes sense but there it is. 3 stars.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tiag⊗

    Fairly dissapointing story, it had none of the charm of the game, and Cere Junda was obnoxious as hell, she showed more traits of the dark side than Anakin, and the Jedi Council made her a Jedi? Makes no sense to me whatsoever.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jim C

    This collection tells the story of a planet that has recently joined the Republic. There is a small portion of this planet that does not agree with this. Within this small portion is a temple that a huge corporation with the Republic's permission would like to explore. This is not acceptable to its residents and war ensues. I was going to give this a three star rating until I read the final page. This collection also ties in with a video game and this is where it lost me. I liked the self contain This collection tells the story of a planet that has recently joined the Republic. There is a small portion of this planet that does not agree with this. Within this small portion is a temple that a huge corporation with the Republic's permission would like to explore. This is not acceptable to its residents and war ensues. I was going to give this a three star rating until I read the final page. This collection also ties in with a video game and this is where it lost me. I liked the self contained story of the two different factions and a Jedi master and padawan are there trying to maintain peace. The artwork was good too especially one full page panel showing a battle. There is also a side story that takes place in the future where an Inquisitor is investigating the area. This ends with a cliffhanger that I have learned will be resolved in the video game. What about readers that do not play the video games? I would like a resolution and that is why I reduced my rating. I cannot even tell if this adds to the overall arc as I am left hanging. Like I said it was enjoyable until the end. If you know the back end of the story from the game you might enjoy this collection. If you do not know about the game and don't plan to you might be better off skipping this collection as I feel incomplete after reading it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cale

    I went into this with no familiarity with the characters - I haven't played Fallen Order yet. It stands alone just fine, providing a decent adventure about Jedi dealing with complicated matters and interrogating some of their philosophies. It's thrown into a fairly action-packed story, but it felt a bit muddled, and the fact that all the characters were shades of grey made it hard to root FOR anyone, including the Jedi. Cere is the central character, and you can see how she grows through the sto I went into this with no familiarity with the characters - I haven't played Fallen Order yet. It stands alone just fine, providing a decent adventure about Jedi dealing with complicated matters and interrogating some of their philosophies. It's thrown into a fairly action-packed story, but it felt a bit muddled, and the fact that all the characters were shades of grey made it hard to root FOR anyone, including the Jedi. Cere is the central character, and you can see how she grows through the story. I assume she's the connective tissue to the game. There's a second story, a flash forward that didn't add much to the overall plot. Overall it's an okay but not memorable story. The art is a bit busy, but otherwise okay.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Adam M

    This was an entirely "meh" affair. The art was fine, but the writing was entirely underwhelming. I was looking forward to some interesting Jedi action to lead into the "Star Wars: Fallen Order" video game (which I genuinely enjoyed.) Instead it was mostly filler nonsense that didn't really resolve any more than it started. Totally skipable, much better Star Wars graphic novels out there. This was an entirely "meh" affair. The art was fine, but the writing was entirely underwhelming. I was looking forward to some interesting Jedi action to lead into the "Star Wars: Fallen Order" video game (which I genuinely enjoyed.) Instead it was mostly filler nonsense that didn't really resolve any more than it started. Totally skipable, much better Star Wars graphic novels out there.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shaun Stanley

    Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order - Dark Temple collects issues 1-5 of the series written by Matthew Rosenberg and art by Paolo Villanelli and Ruarí Coleman. The book takes place before the events in the videogame Star Was: Jedi Fallen Order. Padawan Cere Junda and Jedi Master Eno Cordova have been sent to the planet Ontotho on a peace keeping mission. A corporation is trying to to conduct an expedition into an ancient temple and the natives if the area want to preserve the history. I felt this story Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order - Dark Temple collects issues 1-5 of the series written by Matthew Rosenberg and art by Paolo Villanelli and Ruarí Coleman. The book takes place before the events in the videogame Star Was: Jedi Fallen Order. Padawan Cere Junda and Jedi Master Eno Cordova have been sent to the planet Ontotho on a peace keeping mission. A corporation is trying to to conduct an expedition into an ancient temple and the natives if the area want to preserve the history. I felt this story has been told many times in science fiction and fantasy. It really doesn't add anything new and none of the characters are interesting. Cere Junda is rash but boring. This is a very basic tie in to the videogames setting up the mysterious ancient temples that will be explored throughout the game. This book can be skipped by most as it really adds nothing to Cal's story.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    I've been enjoying the game so i thought I'd check this out. Unfortunately it was a bit boring. I've been enjoying the game so i thought I'd check this out. Unfortunately it was a bit boring.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Esteban

    A very interesting adventure of a Jedi master and his padawan. Really makes you want to play the game that follows this story

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Anderson

    If this is any indication of what the Fallen Order game is like, then my God, I’m gonna hate it. Dark Temple is a totally snooze fest. It plods along with a plot that doesn’t literally nothing for Star Wars except bore the piss out of the them. Worse, Nothing happens for 136 pages. Literally not a single damn thing. Of course I’m being mildly facetious, though I legitimately cannot remember any particular moment that stands out or any big reveal that happens. Adding to that, Cere is a lame charac If this is any indication of what the Fallen Order game is like, then my God, I’m gonna hate it. Dark Temple is a totally snooze fest. It plods along with a plot that doesn’t literally nothing for Star Wars except bore the piss out of the them. Worse, Nothing happens for 136 pages. Literally not a single damn thing. Of course I’m being mildly facetious, though I legitimately cannot remember any particular moment that stands out or any big reveal that happens. Adding to that, Cere is a lame character who’s only distinguishing characteristic from the hundreds of other padawans that populate this franchise’s history is that she’s dark skinned. How Rosenberg managed to make this last 5 issue, I have no idea, but regardless, Dark Temple was easily the worst canon comic/graphic novel to come out on the past 6 months (though I’m sure Dr. Aphra was crap too, but I gave up on that series a long time ago).

  12. 4 out of 5

    Luana

    I didn't really have many expectations for essentially a video game promo comic, but it turned out the setting (20ish years before Episode I) made for quite an interesting Star Wars shake-up: no separatists, no Empire, no First Order, ... this is the kinda low stakes shit the lunkheads who wailed and pulled their hair at the Luke cameo in Mando are clamoring for! A padawan and her master are sent to mediate between a corporation that wants to excavate a site on the planet Otontho. The Otontho go I didn't really have many expectations for essentially a video game promo comic, but it turned out the setting (20ish years before Episode I) made for quite an interesting Star Wars shake-up: no separatists, no Empire, no First Order, ... this is the kinda low stakes shit the lunkheads who wailed and pulled their hair at the Luke cameo in Mando are clamoring for! A padawan and her master are sent to mediate between a corporation that wants to excavate a site on the planet Otontho. The Otontho governments hastily threw together a near-planetary government so they could join the Republic because of those sweet sweet Republic funds, but the government of the region that the site is actually located in refuses to play ball. The three factions are all shown to be petty and venal in various ways; it starts out with evil corporation and noble natives, but everybody starts showing shades of grey as the story progresses. This is a big deal for Star Wars, whose heroes and villains usually are called Jaina Cloudprancer and Evillo McDarkside! The padawan Cere is a rare Black female lead in Star Wars so of course we'll never see her beyond this mini and what I assume is a supporting role in the game where she's an old woman. I love that she's dumb and aggressive and her master's a stupid bookish nerd. The book also manages the rare funny Star Wars droid in Enthreelo who is a super aspie who doesn't get things. There's only so many robot gags you can do, but this one works mostly. Kinda wanna play the game so I guess this accursed book did its job...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ozro Davis

    It's easy to roll your eyes at a title like "Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order - Dark Temple." It's not only a Star Wars tie-in, but a prequel to a video game. Pretty much the definition of manufactured content, which unfortunately Star Wars is notable for. But since I was a big fan of the game last year, I was excited that this might give a little more insight into the story and characters. And to my surprise, this was a pretty decent prequel. Though if you're expecting this to expand upon the game' It's easy to roll your eyes at a title like "Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order - Dark Temple." It's not only a Star Wars tie-in, but a prequel to a video game. Pretty much the definition of manufactured content, which unfortunately Star Wars is notable for. But since I was a big fan of the game last year, I was excited that this might give a little more insight into the story and characters. And to my surprise, this was a pretty decent prequel. Though if you're expecting this to expand upon the game's story in a major way, you'll probably be quite disappointed. For me, though, the biggest sin in any tie-in media is when a story exists solely to fill in a gap or question in the main story. Fortunately, aside from a small framing sequence, this story is mostly separate from the game's, simply serving as a small adventure of Jedi in a time period before the movies. It's got some interesting moral debates, cool aliens, and flashy lightsaber battles. What more do you need? Sure, it's a bit inconsequential, so I wouldn't recommend it as a must-read for anyone beyond those who are really trying to get every bit of Star Wars as they can. But it's a fun, quick read with some outstanding art from Paolo Villanelli (who is now drawing the ongoing Bounty Hunters series and hopefully sticks around Star Wars for a long time).

  14. 5 out of 5

    Levente

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After playing Fallen Order, I wished to know more about Eno Cordova as I found him an interesting character. Unfortunately, he barely has any significant presence in this series, which revolves more around Cere. I was also disappointed that the story only revolved around yet another dull conflict\ kind of civil war with an expectable "turn" at the end (It isn't clearly presented what happens throughout narratively). I find it a huge miss not to take the chance of delving deeper into the more myt After playing Fallen Order, I wished to know more about Eno Cordova as I found him an interesting character. Unfortunately, he barely has any significant presence in this series, which revolves more around Cere. I was also disappointed that the story only revolved around yet another dull conflict\ kind of civil war with an expectable "turn" at the end (It isn't clearly presented what happens throughout narratively). I find it a huge miss not to take the chance of delving deeper into the more mythical lore with Cordova's interest towards ancient findings helping that storyline. Personally I would have enjoyed that a lot more. The Dark Temple as a place, which serves as title, is entirely missing from the book. We do not receive any information about it except the spheres being present inside (like every Zeffo tomb). At least the tie-in with the game's latter part and The Second Sister was interesting. Game continuity questions: After several high esteemed Jedi (also Council members) members witnessing first-hand what the spheres are capable of, how could they disregard Cordova's later discoveries (as mentioned in JFO)?! Also, how could they give a blue blade to such a scholar like him.😹 Not to mention his saber doesn't resemble the parts named after him in the game at all.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joey Nardinelli

    This series wasn’t bad by any stretch. I’ve always been a fan of the Clone Wars era stories that show the sheer inability for the Jedi to posture as peacekeepers in a galaxy where there often aren’t wrong or right parties so much as various factions vying for power and autonomy. I think the problems with this narrative are that they do little to really clarify the Cordova and Cere that we know from Fallen Order and the resolution feels just murky enough, especially with the focus on the temples This series wasn’t bad by any stretch. I’ve always been a fan of the Clone Wars era stories that show the sheer inability for the Jedi to posture as peacekeepers in a galaxy where there often aren’t wrong or right parties so much as various factions vying for power and autonomy. I think the problems with this narrative are that they do little to really clarify the Cordova and Cere that we know from Fallen Order and the resolution feels just murky enough, especially with the focus on the temples and the frame narrative (shoehorned inclusion of the Second Sister inquisitor) that I wasn’t full clear on the significance at the end. My other gripe is just the general amount of content — it’s a lot of names and places handled a bit hurriedly so that you never feel like you get your bearings as a reader. Also not a huge fan of Cere as Batman — simply refusing to kill dozens of humans but killing all the droids doesn’t really count in my eyes anymore when you’re trying to show the Jedi as pacifists.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Taka

    This is a pretty bland story that should only be of interest for those super fans of Star Wars and / or Jedi Fallen Order. But even then, after having finished the video game I didn't find this story very appealing, it feels more the typical master/apprentice story where the student is very impulsive and will make many mistakes while the teaches tries to teach how to be patient. And if it feels very standard is probably because this was thought more as a promotional pre-release, and is very short This is a pretty bland story that should only be of interest for those super fans of Star Wars and / or Jedi Fallen Order. But even then, after having finished the video game I didn't find this story very appealing, it feels more the typical master/apprentice story where the student is very impulsive and will make many mistakes while the teaches tries to teach how to be patient. And if it feels very standard is probably because this was thought more as a promotional pre-release, and is very short to have any meaningful depth. And I know I'm reading too much into the story, but I thought it was awkward how Cere was portrayed as a very impulsive, quick-to-arms type of jedi. And then Mace Windu is in the story too, another jedi who has a pretty aggressive and complex approach to the Force. Which made me think for a second there that it was unnecessarily resorting to false racial stereotypes. But then again, maybe I'm reading too much into it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Raul Fernandez

    I am not a "gamer" so I went into this TPB with very little info regarding Jedi Fallen Order. I'll be honest, I had to read this one twice, lol, as I was a bit confused the first time through. Most of this series is told as a flashback, and each issue has a few pages dedicated to the "present", which is about 5 years after Order 66. I don't know if it's my old age or just a reading comprehension issue, but any time books do this, it annoys me to the point of losing focus. So when I went back to I am not a "gamer" so I went into this TPB with very little info regarding Jedi Fallen Order. I'll be honest, I had to read this one twice, lol, as I was a bit confused the first time through. Most of this series is told as a flashback, and each issue has a few pages dedicated to the "present", which is about 5 years after Order 66. I don't know if it's my old age or just a reading comprehension issue, but any time books do this, it annoys me to the point of losing focus. So when I went back to read it again, I only read the "present" parts of the story first, then read the "past" parts. This helped and I ended up really enjoying it. So much that I went ahead and watched the game-play on YouTube for Jedi Fallen Order. No spoilers, but this comic and the game are well worth your time. Excellent story telling.

  18. 4 out of 5

    James Lawner

    I wanted to read this to prep for the Jedi Fallen Order game, and as a story on its own, it's kinda boring and I feel like the titular Dark Temple didn't add much to the story, and the whole conflict situation going on the planet was rather dull to me, but the short prologues that involved this Inquisitor was more interesting than the entire miniseries. The characters weren't very engaging to me, and the main lead was rather too impulsive given her Jedi status. The artwork made some of the chara I wanted to read this to prep for the Jedi Fallen Order game, and as a story on its own, it's kinda boring and I feel like the titular Dark Temple didn't add much to the story, and the whole conflict situation going on the planet was rather dull to me, but the short prologues that involved this Inquisitor was more interesting than the entire miniseries. The characters weren't very engaging to me, and the main lead was rather too impulsive given her Jedi status. The artwork made some of the character designs look weird, like Cere Junda had a very large forehead and Mace Windu had a long neck in one panel of one issue. Overall, I was expecting some compelling mystery involving ancient Jedi and the Force, but what I got was trade negotiations and a rebellion!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nathanael Brittain

    This is a prequel to the events of the Jedi Fallen Order video game, taking place mostly during the prequel era. I absolutely loved the game so I decided to check this out, but I did not expect much of it. I was pleasantly surprised how good it was. The story was engaging and full of surprising. Part way through I found myself unable to stop reading as I wanted to know what would happen next. The character Sere Junda was well developed throughout the story, although it was a much younger and diffe This is a prequel to the events of the Jedi Fallen Order video game, taking place mostly during the prequel era. I absolutely loved the game so I decided to check this out, but I did not expect much of it. I was pleasantly surprised how good it was. The story was engaging and full of surprising. Part way through I found myself unable to stop reading as I wanted to know what would happen next. The character Sere Junda was well developed throughout the story, although it was a much younger and different version of the character from the video game. Her master, Eno Cordova, was developed a bit as well but not to the same extent. The artwork was very good, but not the most aesthetically pleasing of the new Star Wars canon. While this book does not have a large impact on any part of the Star Wars universe outside of the events of Jedi Fallen Order, it was a great stand-alone story and worth the short read, especially if you liked the game.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    This graphic novel details an adventure Master Eno Cordova and his Padawan Cere Junda went on to help solve disputes over a recently discovered temple on the planet of Ontotho. Written to give us a glimpse of Cere and Cordova before we see them during the events of the video game "Jedi: Fallen Order", I wasn't very impressed with it. Cere is incredibly reckless and egotistical, which are usually darkside traits, but she doesn't get called out on it hardly at all. In fact, she is made a Jedi Knig This graphic novel details an adventure Master Eno Cordova and his Padawan Cere Junda went on to help solve disputes over a recently discovered temple on the planet of Ontotho. Written to give us a glimpse of Cere and Cordova before we see them during the events of the video game "Jedi: Fallen Order", I wasn't very impressed with it. Cere is incredibly reckless and egotistical, which are usually darkside traits, but she doesn't get called out on it hardly at all. In fact, she is made a Jedi Knight at the end for her efforts on the planet. Overall, the story is not horrible, but definitely decreases my opinion of Cere from the game. Pick up if you want, but you can skip this one... not missing much.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Apparently this book means a lot more to people who played the video game, which is now cannon, but I enjoyed it well enough without ever meeting (most) of these people before. No Skywalkers here, which is sorta appreciated, as are occasional glimmers of the type of humor that shows up in the modern films and was relatively absent from the original era. It seems like a One Off, which could have been fine, but it is To Be Continued. Grrrreat. So it was good (and I admit to mild curiosity over the Apparently this book means a lot more to people who played the video game, which is now cannon, but I enjoyed it well enough without ever meeting (most) of these people before. No Skywalkers here, which is sorta appreciated, as are occasional glimmers of the type of humor that shows up in the modern films and was relatively absent from the original era. It seems like a One Off, which could have been fine, but it is To Be Continued. Grrrreat. So it was good (and I admit to mild curiosity over the still-emerging mystery), but it also occasionally triggered my apparent anti-comics bias and has yet to really add much to the Star Wars mythos...unless this Ithorian Jedi is breaking new ground.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Spring 2020 (March Live Read): Hello, familiar-looking inquisitor. || Tiny, spicy girl. || Also, willful and very sad girl. || -- I went into this one expecting very little of it, as it was a series published leading up to a new Star Wars and that's pretty much all that I got out of it, too. It was a romp, but one that specifically left you with more questions than it did answer (which, one would assume, would be answered more clearly and fully by playing through the game it was a leadup for). Spring 2020 (March Live Read): Hello, familiar-looking inquisitor. || Tiny, spicy girl. || Also, willful and very sad girl. || -- I went into this one expecting very little of it, as it was a series published leading up to a new Star Wars and that's pretty much all that I got out of it, too. It was a romp, but one that specifically left you with more questions than it did answer (which, one would assume, would be answered more clearly and fully by playing through the game it was a leadup for).

  23. 5 out of 5

    Eric Marquez

    Depth to Jedi For years I have read novels and comics about the expanded world of Star Wars, from the legends before the Disney Era to the tragically askew and rushed canonical time line of today (All my opinion of course). However, it is a breath of fresh air to read, however quickly, a story about the Jedi, the expansion of characters previously only seen in other facets of Star Wars Media. Great comic, can’t wait for more! We will be watching your career with great interest!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Martijn Van

    I was hoping for a comic about the beginning of the relationship between Cere and her first padawan, but instead I get another comic about a disobedient padawan (Cere herself) and an oppressed people. The story of the Inquisitor is not much but a pleasant addition. Unfortunately, for unknown reasons, Cordova doesn't have BD-1 yet. Curious if the Zeffo will show up in the new High Republic stories. I was hoping for a comic about the beginning of the relationship between Cere and her first padawan, but instead I get another comic about a disobedient padawan (Cere herself) and an oppressed people. The story of the Inquisitor is not much but a pleasant addition. Unfortunately, for unknown reasons, Cordova doesn't have BD-1 yet. Curious if the Zeffo will show up in the new High Republic stories.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    A prequel to the Fallen Order video game, focusing on the character Cere Junda in her younger days. The story itself doesn't feel like it connects to the game until the end. But I suppose that to be expected, you don't want to spoil the game. Outside of that it's a fairly decent tale taking place in an era before order 66, maybe even before episode one, not really sure how old Cere is in the game. If you're a fan of the game or Star Wars in general I would suggest checking it out. A prequel to the Fallen Order video game, focusing on the character Cere Junda in her younger days. The story itself doesn't feel like it connects to the game until the end. But I suppose that to be expected, you don't want to spoil the game. Outside of that it's a fairly decent tale taking place in an era before order 66, maybe even before episode one, not really sure how old Cere is in the game. If you're a fan of the game or Star Wars in general I would suggest checking it out.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Dinges

    Jedi Fallen Order: Dark Temple is a prequel of sorts to the popular Jedi Fallen Order video game. It features Cere Junda as a padawan and her master Eno Cordova. I wish I could say it's as good as the game, but it was mostly just okay. Fans of the game might like the details about the past, but it's middle of the rung Star Wars storytelling. Jedi Fallen Order: Dark Temple is a prequel of sorts to the popular Jedi Fallen Order video game. It features Cere Junda as a padawan and her master Eno Cordova. I wish I could say it's as good as the game, but it was mostly just okay. Fans of the game might like the details about the past, but it's middle of the rung Star Wars storytelling.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    There were so many parts of this that caught me entirely off guard, yet they made so much sense. These comics had the good type of a plot twist put in; ones that seemed incredibly well-planned because, well, they are. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time while reading this. I would absolutely recommend it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lindz.

    From my understanding this is a prequel to the game. I've never played it, and I haven't done a watch of it. But I'm glad I'm getting this back story as a lead in to that. I love seeing the inner workings of the council and it also solidifies why I believe it was dismantled, and or demolished. Each character was engaging, and it makes me want to know more like now lol From my understanding this is a prequel to the game. I've never played it, and I haven't done a watch of it. But I'm glad I'm getting this back story as a lead in to that. I love seeing the inner workings of the council and it also solidifies why I believe it was dismantled, and or demolished. Each character was engaging, and it makes me want to know more like now lol

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anna Catherman

    I recently watched a play through of Fallen Order and really enjoyed it, so I thought I'd give the prequel comic a try. Alas, it's another very mediocre mini-series. Felt long, not much happened, lots of battlefield politics. Extremely forgettable. I recently watched a play through of Fallen Order and really enjoyed it, so I thought I'd give the prequel comic a try. Alas, it's another very mediocre mini-series. Felt long, not much happened, lots of battlefield politics. Extremely forgettable.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    This is another story that I appreciate more than I actually enjoyed - I like the message, but wasn't really invested in the characters. I know this will be continued but I'm not sure if I'll check it out. This is another story that I appreciate more than I actually enjoyed - I like the message, but wasn't really invested in the characters. I know this will be continued but I'm not sure if I'll check it out.

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