Star Wars - Jabba the Hutt - The Art of the Deal

Star Wars Jabba the Hutt The Art of the Deal Jabba the Hutt lives to negotiate and the art of the deal is his only discipline But the goods he trades are the lives of others and in that line of business you can t lose your head These stories h

  • Title: Star Wars - Jabba the Hutt - The Art of the Deal
  • Author: Jim Woodring Art Wetherell
  • ISBN: 9781569713105
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jabba the Hutt lives to negotiate, and the art of the deal is his only discipline But the goods he trades are the lives of others, and in that line of business you can t lose your head These stories hold a valuable lesson In a deal with the devil, you can always refuse In a deal with Jabba, it s not advised Follow his adventures into the seediest corners of the galaxyJabba the Hutt lives to negotiate, and the art of the deal is his only discipline But the goods he trades are the lives of others, and in that line of business you can t lose your head These stories hold a valuable lesson In a deal with the devil, you can always refuse In a deal with Jabba, it s not advised Follow his adventures into the seediest corners of the galaxy as he encounters vile gangsters, hungry princesses, and back stabbing opportunists You ve seen how Jabba handles negotiations but how will he handle betrayal

    One thought on “Star Wars - Jabba the Hutt - The Art of the Deal”

    1. Not the Trump story I expect— just kidding! But seriously, I guess I was just expecting more, they completely wasted an interesting character like Jabba in this. I get that these were meant to be fun one-shots but they were primarily just predictable, over-the-top, and filled with too many coincidences. You’d think a miniseries based on the galaxy’s most cunning crime lord would be more interesting.

    2. Three stories of Jaba the Hutt coming out on top of criminal dealings. It is of its time, but the twisted humour makes it a fun read. I particularly liked the last story where a criminal family try to use him as an assassin. A good read.

    3. liked the premise of the series and showing more background on Jabba. could have done some more or gone though more details about the hutts on it.

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