Star Wars: Old Wounds

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-Based on "Old Wounds", by Aaron McBride.

-Owen Lars and 3 year old Luke Skywalker are watching a marvelous sunset when suddenly a strange visitor arrives looking for someone... or something... revenge?.. why?.. from who?.. Find out why someone who tries to protect a future leader of the rebellion may turn into a real threat.



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this was a very good flash. Star wars is one of my favorite franchises. I like the fact everthing felt so star wars; the music, animation, atomosphere. Owen Lars was pretty cool in this; the flash shows that Owen isn't a wimp, believeable in the fact he lives in the desert with all those damn tusken raiders. Owen has some serious guts, if some dude with red arms and robotic legs came chargeing at me at blazing speed I would have turned and ran, even if I had rifle. Darth Maul being in this was complete surprise but it was good that it was him and not some made up character. The little speech before the fight was a nice touch. Some criticism: why the hell did Obi Wan come out of the ground? The fight with Obi and Maul was a little short for me both Owen blowing Maul's brains was awesome.

Pretty good.

I liked a lot of it, but I felt the acting, at least as far as Owen goes, could be better. I remember reading that comic, and I just felt Owen should have really delivered those last lines like he was really pissed off. That said, good animation and art.


WOW!!!!!! Thats a great way to bring back a badass Sith, who had a short lived career. I still think Darth Maul was cut short though. No pun intended.

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The artwork was fantastic! The graphics were very easy to look at, and the animation was well done also. This is a wonderful untold side story that you've come up with. I had never thought of the possibility of Darth Maul surviving until I saw this. It really gets the imagination going. Very good job with this animation!!

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4.21 / 5.00

Jun 26, 2006
2:27 PM EDT
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