Knights of the Old Republic: Destroyeris similar to it’s predecessor in that it is episodic like a collection of short stories. However, each of theses short stories are much more closely related to the overall story arch. The ending is very passive but much more emotionally intense and characters building. The story is well fabricated especially the way The Crucible worked to break Zayne. It was well done.
Other than that there isn’t all that much to say about this particular graphic novel that hasn’t already been said before. The plot and writing are good, the artwork is fitting and consistent with what we’ve seen before, etc. The only new thing is that there is a good deal of progression with other characters towards the situations we see in the Knights of the Old Republic video games. Particularly with the characters of Revan and Malak.
Knights of the Old Republic #42-46