While this was a much smoother adaptation of the book in question than the previous one (that showdown between Thrawn and the maitrakh, punctuated by Star Destroyer fire, for instance), the Dodsons' . . . particular style of graphic storytelling (meaning they sometimes have difficulty showing smooth action, and their transitions need work--I'm not talking about they're technical art skills, each panel looks very nice and everything, it's just they don't always flow. It's a problem they still have) didn't really do it many favors. It doesn't help that this book is the slowest in the series, with really only 3 stories: Luke's search for and interaction with C'Baoth; Leia dealing with the Noghri; and the inexorable collision with the Katana-fleet. It's not bad, it just still feels epically rushed.