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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.



very well done!

star wars never gets old, no matter what, i loved it, i never read the book, but you made me wanna read it, there is one small thing, when darth maul is running towards luke, the sound of him running doesnt match his legs when you have the side shot of him, not sure many have noticed it, but it's only a minor problem, nothing wrong there, well done overall

That was amazing

The graphics and designs were stunning, the Darth Maul/Grievous fusion was interesting, too.
The music was great, the voices were well fitting.
I enjoyed everything about it, although I expected it to be longer? Not a probem, the time was good, but during the movie I expected it to be longer.
Great job, ten for ten

Excellent! but there is an inconsistency!

If Luke was three, then Ben would only be three years older than he was when Anakin fell. He wouldn't be old and grey-haired yet! other than that minor and extremely forgivable offence, this was very well done. Good graphics, good clean sound, good voice acting, alllll the bells and whistles. And now I might want to read that book!

loved it

omg .. that was teh roxorzzzz... amazing keep doing what your doing

coolest thing ive seen in a while

I really enjoyed it. Its a great concept and very well played out. I also enjoyed your style of animation. great job!

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4.21 / 5.00

Jun 26, 2006
2:27 PM EDT
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