After some time on the run, Zayne and Gryph decide to try a new tactic in exposing the truth about what the Jedi Masters did. Their actions lead them to one of Zayne’s masters' home world where they find a storehouse of Sith artifacts. Two portions of the prophecy come to pass, and Zayne realizes it's now or never to clear his name. One way or another this conflict will end!
Writer John Jackson Miller has written a great storyline that has held my interest for almost three years before ending with a satisfying conclusion, while setting things up for all new adventures. Artist Brian Ching has drawn the majority of the series, and his style is great for this series. While he’s not drawing any characters we’ve seen in the movies, he fits right in.
This volume comprises issues 29 thru 35 of the series, with issue 46 the most recent issue of the series. Sadly at a retailers' summit earlier this month writer John Jackson Miller announced that issue 50, scheduled for February 2010, will be the end of the series. But once done, the series will be comprised of 50 issues, which is a good run these days.