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"I saw a photo of C-3PO with his red arm the other day and I thought ‘Wow, I’m the writer who gets to explain that’." -- James Robinson

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Keiron Gillen has announced that #25 will be the end of the Darth Vader title from Marvel

Interview up at ign on the subject

It seems to be entirely the creators choice, which is cool, (and there's nothing to say that another title can't be launched with different creators)

I hope that whoever next gets their creative hands on Dr Aphra and especially BeeTee and Triple-0 treats them with as much respect!
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'That's always my approach to most things in terms of, "What haven't we seen yet?" I don't like doing the same thing again and again because things kind of get boring.

'The first arc was like a quest story. The second one was essentially like a weird crime novel. The third one was "Vader Down," our big crossover action story. It was basically a Marvel-style crossover in the "Star Wars" universe. The fourth one, which we just wrapped, was, "Okay, we've seen Vader in some small scale stuff. Let's put him in the middle of a war. Let's do 'Star Wars' and underline the word 'Wars.'" So we put him in this command position and showed off how big a "Star Wars" story can be.'
-- Kieron Gillen

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"He’s stoic and operatic. You know that bit in the introduction to Dark Knight Returns which talks about how Batman doesn’t whine, and his passions are operatic, etc? That’s very much how I see Vader. Keeping his grandeur and fundamental tragedy is what drives me." -- Kieron Gillen

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If you're one of the two people who hasn't seen the new Star Wars film and was planning on it, this contains spoilers.

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'I’m not that patriotic, so don’t feel any need to side with the Imperial powers. The opposite, really. However, I do feel a need to understand him and be fascinated by him. “Why do people do bad things” is one of those core things that bubble along in my writing. The sins of Empire fascinate me.' -- Kieron Gillen

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There are two distinct stories in this arc. The first has Leia, accompanied by smuggler Sana Starros, dropping vader's sidekick, the recently captured Dr Aphra, off at Sunspot Prison, the Rebellion's most secret pentientiary, where she can be kept until trial. And then there's a rather unusual prison break.... kinda

The second has Luke and Han going on what SHOULD have been a simple supplies run, but Han gambles and loses the money they were going to use to buy everything, leaving them flat broke in a dodgy neighbourhood.


An interesting ethical dilemma )

And we discover that a certain insult in 'Empire' might have a grain of truth to it )
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"The Shu-Torun War is basically us doing a proper war comic. So far Vader has been working on a relative small scale. Shu-Torun is about getting the AT-ATs out." -- Kieron Gillen

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Warning: This comic contains major spoilers for 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'.

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"We've got this kind of miniature movie. We saw this as an interesting way of testing where the characters are. We test Han's understanding of Leia. We test Leia's drive to deal with Alderaan, and Vader's an enormous symbol of that. So you get your core characters chasing various things around this small planet." - Kieron Gillen

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Three-ish pages of Kanan the Last Padawan #10 plus spoilers for the most recent Rebels episode, "The Protector of Concord Dawn"

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Skipping over number 4, it's a fine issue and you should buy it if you like what you've seen thus far, but I want to get to where the clones finally capture Caleb.



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So since the Mid Season trailer for Rebels came out today I thought we'd come back to our look at the Kanan series.

When last we left off Caleb, as Kanan was known in those days, had just received Obi-wan's message not to return to Coruscant... right as he was emerging from Hyperspace above Coruscant.


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This comes from Vader's Quest #1. It's now under the "Legends" line which basically means it was thrown out of continuity after Mickey Mouse took over but it's still a neat scene IMO. 

Warning for some blood/violence.

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