Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 4: Light and Dark is the fourth volume in the Star Wars: Clone Wars series of trade paperbacks. Volume 4 collects Star Wars: Republic issues 54 and 63, Jedi: Aayla Secura, and Jedi: Count Dooku. It was published by Dark Horse Comics on June 9, 2004.
Volume 4 was originally titled Target: Jedi[source?] and was reissued as the Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 5: Light and Dark hardcover.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
The Jedi are taught to use the Force for good; to avail themselves only to the light side. But the dark side can be a dangerous temptation to even the strongest Jedi, as Aayla Secura learns when she battles former Jedi-in-training Aurra Sing, and Quinlan Vos discovers when he crosses swords with a true master of the dark, Count Dooku. Set against the backdrop of the Clone Wars, this novel-length adventure is filled with espionage, betrayal, and amazing lightsaber battles. It all begins with a dangerous undercover assignment that leads to… well, we dare not reveal the shocking ending! A story that is sure to have Star Wars fans talking—and wondering whether the fate of the Jedi lies in the light, or the dark…
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Collected issues[edit | edit source]
- Republic 54: Double Blind
- Jedi: Aayla Secura
- Jedi: Count Dooku
- Republic 63: Striking from the Shadows
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