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Shipyards of Doom by Henry Gilroy
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In the early days of the Clone Wars, the separatists are quickly gaining the upper hand with thier incredible speed at manufacturing warships and it's up to Jedi knights Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobu, and feisty Padawan newcomer Ahsoka Tano to infiltrate the Banking Clan Shipyards undetected if they hope to hamper ship production.… (more)

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During a space battle between the republic and separatists, Ahsoka sneaks off with Anakin to go on a mission with him and his squad to delay the making of separatist warships. While they're on the planet they are discovered and they have to escape while destroying the separatist war ships. They get split up and Anakin and Obi-Wan try to free some slaves while ahsoka and Rex try to find them. Master Plo Koon prepares a bomber squad to destroy the factories. Anakin and Obi Wan disguise themselves as slaves and are discovered at the same time as Rex and Ahsoka.

I thought Shipyards of Doom was a great book for the age group (7-9). The pictures were colourful and detailed and the plot was exciting. With a little suspense and a lot of action, this book is an excellent supplement to the Clone Wars. ( )
  sprowse | Dec 3, 2009 |
As I've previously bemoaned, last year Dark Horse's Star Wars comic series Clone Wars Adventures came to an end. It's been replaced by this, also a series of comics in the digest format, except that instead of having four short stories in a volume, there's just one long one, and the art (still provided by the always-awesome Fillbach Brothers) is in the style of the new The Clone Wars cartoon instead of the old Clone Wars one. There's really not much difference; despite the longer length, the story here's just as insubstantial as any of those in CWA, except that this has got Ahsoka in it, and I am praying that she gets impaled by General Grievous. But: it's just a little bit less fun, somehow.
  Stevil2001 | Nov 9, 2008 |
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In "The Shipyards of Doom," Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker lead an elite Clone Trooper strike force to destroy the Separatists' most important shipyards. But when the enemy is tipped off to their plan, the two Jedi heroes are forced to rely on help from Anakin's new, and still "wet behind the ears" Padawan, Ahsoka. But what can she do against the droid armies of General Grievous?
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