I am a huge fan of the "Resident Evil" video games and obviously a ginormous fan of Star Wars. Turns out when you combine them together it turns out pretty sucktastic.
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And at some point the Fonz jumps a shark with his speeder bike.
I don't think you can "jump the shark" in a book that isn't even in a series. If this was a story in a 10 book series or certainly from one of the movies maybe the Fonz could have shown up (and I'm still not sold on that).
If I recall correctly this comes out today.
That is correct. I was thinking of picking it up but I think I'll listen to SWAN's podcast review of it first.
It's a "manchurian candidate" type thing, so I think it's plausible. I never honestly had a problem with it. I'm sure the more independant the Clone, the less likely they are to follow the order, but the true independant Clones are the ARC's, perhaps the Commandoes... Commanders are trained by ARCs, according to EU, but they're not ARCs. They're still the more simplified Clone design.
I still think it was highly implausible all of the clones instantly turned on the Jedi in the first place.
How are the order 66 scenes already so powerful? At what point did the Jedi earn our sympathy?