Star wars darth vader issue 7
Star Wars: Darth Vader - Dark Lord of the Sith Series by Charles Soule
'Star Wars' 'Darth Vader' comic: Inside issues 7 and 8 of the Marvel series
Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith, Volume 2 – Legacy’s End
He seemed very taken aback by the fact that the Emperor had assembled this group of failed and fallen former Jedi trainees to do his bidding. Vader unleashes his anger on the Sith Inquisitors and shows them the meaning of loss. He maims most of them, most likely due to his anger in losing his own limbs. He knows this will fuel them, and help them grow more powerful in the Darkside. The scene shifts from the training room, to a command room where Vader and the Grand Inquisitor familiarize themselves with a list of Order 66 survivors, where Jocasta Nu becomes priority number one.
As Vader takes his place in command of the Emperor's secret Inquisitorius Program , he sets his sights on one of the most dangerous Jedi remaining alive…and it's not who you'd expect. The issue includes an Aurebesh list of presumed Order 66 survivors, although two of the names are obscured by text bubbles.
Star Wars comics have been produced by various comic book publishers since the debut of the film Star Wars. An eponymous series by Marvel Comics began in with a six-issue comic adaptation of the film and ran for issues until Blackthorne Publishing released a three-issue run of 3-D comics from to Dark Horse published the limited series Star Wars: Dark Empire in , and ultimately produced over Star Wars titles until , including manga adaptations of the original trilogy of films and the prequel The Phantom Menace. The Star Wars comics take place in the same continuity as the films, adapting them, or taking place before, between, or after them. One of the major differences from other brands of comics like Marvel Comics or DC Comics , is that unlike the former two, Star Wars rejects the concept of a multiverse , and instead of keeping separate continuities for their films and comics, both adhere to the same canon, along the animated series, videogames and books based upon the franchise characters.