Star Wars: Vector is split into several parts that jump all over the Star Wars timeline. Although it is all part of the same story, the first part fits in seamlessly with Knights of the Old Republic which is why it is also labeled as the fifth installment in the Knights of the Old Republic comic series. John Jackson Miller is still the writer for this segment at least, and he continues to be a brilliant writer for the series. No complaints there.
The art however did not please me at all. Scott Hepburn who did the pencils has not worked on past issues of Knights of the Old Republic and it seemed disjointed as a result. Additionally the storyline is darker than what we’ve had so far, but the artwork does not reflect that. It’s cartoonish, lighthearted and a very very deep contrast to what comes next. It didn’t work at all.
Overall though, the story is good and it’s a great start on a great crossover. However, without reading the rest of the respective comic series, it might not make as much sense
Knights of the Old Republic #25-28