A Fierce Force of Destiny. Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Ahsoka & Padme
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Ahsoka & Padme
Written By: Beth Revis
Art & Colors By: Valentina Pinto
Lettered By: Tom B. Long
Assistant Editor: Peter Adrian Behravesh
Editors: Bobby Curnow & Denton J. Tipton
Publisher: Greg Goldstein
Published By: IDW Publishing
This such a great all-ages series and just a fun read all around. Forces of Destiny is a hit! Every issue has been good, the only downside is that it’s a weekly book. This issue features Ahsoka & Padme, which is keeping with the series formula of strong women leads. It’s a great team up, and it reminds me of the Clone Wars animated series on Cartoon Network. With Anakin away on a mission Padme turns to Ahsoka to provide extra assurances during negotiations with a race breaking away from the sepratives to join the republic. If everything went according to plan, this wouldn’t be much of an issue. When things do go south, will the combination of Padme & Ahsoka be enough? To find out pick up your copy today.
Beth Revis wrote this issue a little tongue in cheek, keeping with the cartoons featuring these characters. This wasn’t my favorite in the series so far, but was still a fun and enjoyable read. This is a perfect book if, like me, you have children. They’ll like it just like my daughter did, she thinks this series is so cool. Beth did a decent job with this one, and I will look forward to reading more of her work.
Valentina Pinto tackled both the art and colors, and she did an excellent job. All the art chores, including colors, are quite a chore and is no easy task that’s for sure. Valentina did a solid job keeping in line with the animated tradition of this series. Not to mention the wrap around “animation” variants they have available with every issue.
Ever since I caught wind of this series I couldn’t wait to get these to read, and share with my daughter. I love the driving force behind this series, I just hope this continues after January. Whoever came up with this formula of all women creative teams on female lead books was a genius. It just adds to the quality of these books. A job well done!
What did you think about the book? Whatabout the review? Let us know your review right here in the comments with your own review!