The Collector's Trilogy

The Collector s Trilogy Fully dramatized Kyle Katarn has joined the ranks of legendary Star Wars heroes such as Luke Skywalker and Han Solo A timeless adventure of revenge and honor the trilogy is set in a shimmering univer

  • Title: The Collector's Trilogy
  • Author: William C. Dietz Full Drama Cast
  • ISBN: 9781565112780
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Fully dramatized.Kyle Katarn has joined the ranks of legendary Star Wars heroes such as Luke Skywalker and Han Solo A timeless adventure of revenge and honor, the trilogy is set in a shimmering universe of sound that only CD technology can fully capture In Soldier for the Empire, Kyle Katarn, having just graduated from the Imperial Military Academy, learns of his fatheFully dramatized.Kyle Katarn has joined the ranks of legendary Star Wars heroes such as Luke Skywalker and Han Solo A timeless adventure of revenge and honor, the trilogy is set in a shimmering universe of sound that only CD technology can fully capture In Soldier for the Empire, Kyle Katarn, having just graduated from the Imperial Military Academy, learns of his father s murder On his way home, he meets a Rebel agent, learns the ugly truth about the way in which his father died, and swears revenge.Written by John Whitman, based on a novel by William C DietzProduced by Tom VoegeliDirected by Peter MooreMusic by John WilliamsStarring Randal Berger as Kyle KatarnChristopher Bloch as Rosco RossVirginia Burke as CourierJames Cada as Sergeant Major HongDavid Chase as Morgan KatarnMo Collins as Jan OrsPatrick Coyle as Nathan DonarBob Davis as Skorg Jameson and Lando CalrissianChris Forth as Mon MothmaGary Groomes as Governor Donar and Major HorstAllen Hamilton as JerecKen Hiller as NarratorPeter Moore as Meck Odom and SlyderTim Russell as Captain Thrawn, A Cee, and General MohcIn Rebel Agent, Kyle learns about what his father found in the Valley of the Jedi that ultimately led to his death Kyle finally earns his Knighthood as a Jedi, and the stage is set for him to avenge his father s death and stop the Dark Jedi from taking control of the source of energy that lies underneath the Valley.Written by John Whitman, based on a novel by William C DietzProduced by Tom VoegeliDirected by Peter MooreMusic by John WilliamsStarring Mark Benninghofen as LukeRandal Berger as Kyle KatarnVirginia Burke as NorleyDavid Chase as Morgan KatarnMo Collins as Jan OrsPatrick Coyle as Bounty Hunter 2Nancy Crocker as SarissStephen D Ambrose as Pilot and BocWendy Easton as Female Bounty HunterSusanne Egli as LeiaChris Forth as Mon MothmaJeff Gadbois as DoctorTim Glovatsky as Boba Fett, Bar Bouncer, and GrenthoGary Groomes as GorcAllen Hamilton as JerecKen Hiller as NarratorTom Keith as Captain Jerg, Rolanda, and Goon 1Timothy Kuhlmann as YunMichael Levin as DunoPeter Moore as Nij Por Ral, 8t88Bob Otto as MajordomoCliff Rakerd as Pic, WeeGeeMartin Ruben as MawTim Russell as Bounty Hunter 1 and Captain ZyakBill Slichter as Goon 2 and OrderlyMichael Tezla as Rahn Jedi Knight, the exciting conclusion to the series In Jedi Knight Jerec, the Dark Jedi, brings his forces to Ruusan in the final part of his search for the Valley of the Jedi Destroying anything that gets in his way, Jerec reaches the Valley just ahead of Kyle Katarn and Jan Ors With the help of the indigenous inhabitants of the planet, Kyle and Jan confront Jerec s Jedi and prepare for a final showdown with Jerec If Jerec defeats Kyle, the unlimited power contained in the Valley will enable him to rule the galaxy Are Kyle s untrained Jedi powers enough to defeat Jerec Written by John Whitman, based on a novel by William C DietzProduced by Tom VoegeliDirected by Peter MooreMusic by John WilliamsStarring Mark Benninghofen as Luke SkywalkerRandal Berger as Kyle KatarnChristopher Bloch as Lt Aagon and BouncerJames Cada as Screamer and Imperial PilotMo Collins as Jan OrsPatrick Coyle as Speeder Pilot and Imperial Co PilotNancy Crocker as SarissStephen D Ambrose as Boc and Weapons OfficerSusanne Egli as Leia OrganaLouise Enyeart as Lasko and PeenoChris Forth as Mon MothmaJames Gaulke as Han SoloGary Groomes as Major VigAllen Hamilton as JerecEmil Herrera as ObataKen Hiller as NarratorJay Hornbacher as GrifTom Keith as Sergeant and Imperial PilotTimothy Kuhlmann as YunPeter Moore as Officer and FloaterMartin Ruben as Battle Droid and MawSue Scott as CaroleMichael Tezla as RahnJack Walsh as Mayor Devo and PardyJohn Wehrmann as Captain TricoStephen Yoakam as Dinko, Executive, and Captain Tola

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    1. The audio drama for the William C. Dietz novels is a great effort, very good narration, use of sound effects and a completely professional production.The novels themselves are a retelling of the events depicted in the video games Star Wars: Dark Forces and Star Wars Dark Forces: Jedi Knight, where the Imperial academy graduate Kyle Katarn is tasked (way before Rogue One) to recover the Death Star plans and would later find himself in the middle of the search for the Valley of the Jedi.I enjoyed [...]

    2. In the late 90's, Dark Horse produced a trilogy of hardcover illustrated novellas adapting the Dark Forces games. I bought the first one, and after 20 years, it's still sitting on my shelf, unread. When I saw this dramatized adaptation, I was really interested, curious how they would adapt the story that was an adaptation of the game. I'll admit, it was fun. It was enjoyable. I liked it well enough. The voices and the sound effects all added to a decent dramatization. Unfortunately, it just wasn [...]

    3. This is a dramatized audio book that happens around the time of the PC Game Star Wars:Jedi Knight. It's about Kyle Katarn, an ex-Imperial cadet who gets wrapped up in the rebellion and awakens to his own Jedi powers. For a full dramatization, it has some very impressive voice work. The main villain, Lord Jeric, and the disembodied Jedi Rahl in particular are excellent actors, but the entire cast doesn't disappoint. I haven't read the novels, so I'm not sure about how faithful they are to them, b [...]

    4. Weak adaptation of the Dark Forces games. Mon Mothma's repeated insistence on assassinating Kyle seems out of character. I enjoy that this was done as an audio drama, but several character's voices seem to be the same actors repeating themselves, which is distracting and confusing. There's also some odd editing with some of the flashbacks surrounding Kyle's father that make it tough to follow the timeline of events.

    5. This review will be brief- the first book is good, the last two are mediocre, too much is added on to the plot of the game, and Kyle seems way more of a wimp than the seasoned rebel agent he seems to be in the game.

    6. I think it summarized the novelizations ok. I'm not a fan of abridged stories, but it is dramatized so it's not as tedious as normal abridged stories.

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