Knights of the Old Republic: Days of Fear, Nights of Anger has it’s strength in storytelling. The artwork and dialogue remain much the same but the story makes some great advances. For instance, one of the best moments in the entire series is when Zayne has his vision of the destruction of Serroco. The emotional levels are perfect and the writing/editing fit well. Also the main characters are beginning to advance in the storyline, taking larger roles. Also, though not fully reached, Zayne’s confessed objectives at the end of the first graphic novel are beginning to move forward and that’s exciting.
The only thing that is getting difficult is that the characters and plot lines have split into multiple storylines which make things feel over complicated and somewhat difficult to follow. However, this is only a minor drawback and can be easily overlooked if you are good at following a story. Overall, it’s a continuation of a good story.
Knights of the Old Republic #13-18