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Mace Windu 4 of 5 Writer: Denys Cowan and Edgar Salazar Inkers: Roberto Poggi and Scott Hanna Colorist: Joe Caramagna Cover Artist: With shortcomings in the writing and an overly complex narrative, Mace Windu 4 kind of takes the series off the rails.
The issue opens on the planet Mathas some time in the past. This little side story follows a young padawan Mace Windu and his master. On one hand, this story is actually far more interesting than the whole Clone Wars mission. Rather than just seeing Mace as a Jedi master fighting some Separatist droids and a mercenary droid, this side story gives us something completely new.
Readers catch a glimpse of what Mace looked like as a padawn. We learn who is master was. We also learn how Mace acted as a padawan. If we are to take this story as canon, then it seems the Jedi Order has no problem with training padawans who are given to murdering people whom they think are worthy of being punished.
The steps shy of actually making Mace a murderer, but he is consistently embracing violence which seems completely unlike a Jedi.
With how picky the Jedi seemed to be with Anakin, and with how the Jedi are trained as very young children to grow up with this philosophy of peace and balance, Mace seems like a problem child that should have been expunged from the Order before even becoming a padawan.
Fast forwarding back to the present, Mace Windu fights fellow Jedi Prosset Dibs in a lightsaber duel over the way the Jedi Council is doing things. Prosset thinks the Jedi Council is trying to misuse the resources on Hissrich to further the war.
Rather than talking him down or trying to peacefully resolve the situation, Mace ignites his lightsaber and decides to teach Prosset a lesson. He just said he wants to leave the Jedi Order. Dooku left the Order, and no one hunted him down.
Why would Prosset be different? To me, Matt Owens is missing something here. A very flawed person.
The issue wraps up with Prosset being defeated and confined. Mace and what remains of his Jedi team, then decide to go beat the bad guys and save the planet.
Again, the setup for the story seems very odd. By not integrating the flashback sequences from the beginning, the flashbacks seem very out of place popping up in this issue.
Having the Jedi fight and detain one of their members on this mission against some droids on a backwater world also seems out of place. With some very messy writing and storytelling, I give Mace Windu 4 a one out of five metal bikinis.
Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.Mace Windu is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise, but was reintroduced in when series creator George Lucas began writing the prequel However, Anakin intervenes on Palpatine's behalf, severing Windu's lightsaber hand and leaving him helpless.
Palpatine then uses his Force lightning to send Windu plummeting out a large.
Jul 02, · Jackson would have been happy to just be a Stormtrooper in The Phantom Menace, but George Lucas created a new character specifically tailored to Samuel L. Jackson, thus Jedi Master Mace Windu was born. Originally in The Phantom Menace screenplay and comic books, George Lucas wrote that Mace Windu’s lightsaber was blue.
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To whit: There are actually TWO reasons as to why Mace's lightsabre has a purple lausannecongress2018.com: Resolved. Because Mace Windu is the second most badass Jedi in the galaxy after Yoda, it makes sense that his lightsaber should lean a little dark, mixing the traditional Jedi blue with a hint of the Dark.
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