Issue #2 continues with Ullic's unexpected attack against the Republic on Coruscant. He is winning until all the Jedi face him alone and trap him with a wall of the Light Side of the Force. Aleema either planned
for this to happen or foresaw it as has taken up the leadership of the Krath with Mandalore at her side. It feels like she betrayed Ullic. Exar meanwhile takes his unsuspecting Jedi students to Yavin Four and infects them with the contents of his Sith holocron, they now appear to be his slaves.
In issue #3 Ullic is so stand trial for his crimes and Exar vows to destroy all of the old Jedi masters. Ullic's trial is interrupted by Exar who arrives to rescue him due to Mandalore's plea. Exar casts a spell on the audience which causes them to not be able to move, only watch. He kills the judge and then kills his old master Vodo thanks to his superior double bladed lightsaber. Exar's students are tasked with killing their old masters. Both Mandalore and Ullic realise that Aleema wanted Ullic removed from the picture so she could lead the Krath. This was a fantastic issue with Exar looking more and more powerful and the Jedi hopeless to stop him.
The panel in issue #2 of the Jedi Oss Wilum igniting his lightsaber looks great. His lightsaber looks really fierce and the blade looks almost out of control. I love the use of light.
I love the use of motion and light in the panel where Exar releases the contents of the holocron. The release of power and evil looks immense.
The half a page in issue #3 where Ullic is denouncing the Jedi at his trial is brilliant! The look of shock and outrage on all of the faces really helps to heighten the enormity of the situation and the composition is fantastic.
All of the panels where Exar is fighting Vodo are drawn really well, however my favourite of the bunch has to be the close ups of both their eyes followed by Exar dramatically smashing Vodo's staff and then killing him. A brutal but epic scene with fantastic colours and sense of motion.