Unexpectly, this insight story about Jango and Boba relationship is a real good one, Tom Taylor took that crap from Attack of the Clones turning it in pure gold and the Mandalorian armoured villain is just as great as the one in the classic trilogy, a villain second to none but Vader. For sure it is a bit light on dialogue but it is what it is. This is ultimately a nice character piece about the Fetts which makes the graphic novel feel worthwhile. Dec 07, Fellipe Moscardini rated it liked it. He is a ruthless bounty hunter, yes, but he still has a moral code that we haven’t quite seen since he became a clone in Attack of the Clones.
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The characters actually look like who they are supposed to be in some cases, Jango and Boba look so much like their actors, it is creepy. For sure it is a bit light on dialogue but it is what it is.
At the beginning, I had to review several panels to determine what happened, but at the end, I had no problems following the flow of the story and of the combat.
I wasn’t expecting much.
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It was well-written, for what it is. Anyway, violent and oddly sweet tie-in, and Jango Fett is a surprisingly good dad, if prone to throwing his son into dangerous situations without warning. Count Dooku offers Jango a well-paid job to kill a target that turns out to be one of Jango’s clones gone rogue. Summarizing this graphic novel is great for Star Wars fans and those who just want to read quality graphic novel, although many things will not be quite clear. The first two issues have Jango carrying out a hit he’s been hired to perform while training his son to carry on his legacy and the second two have Boba Fett, now older, dealing with the consequences of that hit after he takes a job to kill the victims son.
Star Wars: Blood Ties – A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett
Cowards who surround themselves with cowards because their mothers aren’t there to hold their hands. I really liked this story! The art is very interesting.
Talle like seeing a painting. Boba Fett is NEVER unharmed Boba Fett always been one of my most fan favourite SW characters before Lucas ruined him in Episode II making the most badass bounty hunter in a galaxy far away janfo mass produced clone of Jango Fett together with hundreds of to-be never hitting anything stormtroopers Dec 31, Chloe rated it really liked it Shelves: Given so little to work with, Tom Taylor did come up with an interesting story.
At first, I wasn’t impressed. I wasn’t expecting anything and this graphic novel was actually pretty decent.
Blood Ties issues Writer Tom Taylor has done a great job with the character, and despite the final shoot’em up ending, the story has surprising depth and yarns a tale about legacy and duty. Not really what I would call “loving” parenting, even for a bounty hunter.
Jun 21, Jeff Lanter rated it really liked it Shelves: It highlights the close relationship between the two characters, especially in Boba’s wanting to make the man he calls father proud. Other books in the series.
Star Wars: Blood Ties – A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett by Tom Taylor
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Filling in the cracks – more Boba back story. This was a great story of how past decisions can have repercussions in the future. Very weird to see Boba Fett with his helmet off.
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I would never have thought that I would find either Jango or Boba Fett this interesting, but this story makes them workable characters. I mean I love Boba Fett and Bounty Hunters as much as the next girl but I wasn’t expecting a 4 star comic with a good, stand alone plot that had some great lines and an interesting choice of narrator.
Boba accepts and triggers a firefight that includes an angry rancor. The artwork is absolutely gorgeous and doesn’t look like it belongs in a comic. And the question– how do you make a dead man proud? And I loved the whole story with Jango and Boba Fett. This was a quick read.