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Star Wars: Obsession (2004) - #2
Dark Horse Comics

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Cover Date: December 2004
Cover Price: US $ 2.99

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 22 pages

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Consumed by the belief that the dark Jedi Asajj Ventress still lives, Obi-Wan Kenobi has temporarily forsaken the Clone Wars and recruited Anakin Skywalker in his desperate hunt for Ventress.

But Anakin still believes that Obi-Wan is chasing a ghost-and he should know, because he himself killed Ventress. And Anakin's doubts are not assuaged when, following the trail of the rumors of Ventress' existence, they walk into a trap set by their old enemy, the bounty hunter Durge!

Reprinted/Collected in:
Star Wars (1998) Clone Wars v. 7
Star Wars (2005) #1
Star Wars [GER] (1999) #49
Star Wars Omnibus (2006) Omnibus TPB vol. 26
Star Wars Sonderband (1999) #35
Star Wars: Obsesja (2005) #2

Really a part of Star Wars: Republic, for all intents and purpopses. Separated out into a miniseries of its own so it would be more "hype-able" in the run-up to the release of Episode III, and so it could more speicifically follow the tale of Obi-Wan and Anakin.

Taken with the animated Clone Wars second season and Pocket Books Cloak of Deception, it gives readers a full view of events immediately prior to the opening scene of Episode III.

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