A review by depizan
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Vol. 6: Vindication, by Alan Robinson R., John Jackson Miller


The art has improved back to passable, thankfully, at least for most of the book. Though, while I like the idea that Jedi can go bad without falling in the traditional sense, it's sometimes very hard to work out what the Jedi bad guys in this think is true. And, yes, that's partly because they're being screwed with (beyond the usual prophesy screw), but they also seem to have started believing their own...lies?...part way through the story.

Of course, in the end that does turn around. But daaaamn, does it take a lot for that to finally happen.

Still, it is a satisfying end to the story arc. Particularly Zayne declining to be a Knight.