Darth vader graphic novel collection
Star Wars Disney Canon Graphic Novel Series by Jason Aaron
Star Wars: Darth Vader, Vol. 1: Vader
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Do not make me reconsider my generosity. Which is a shame, because throughout its run the book surprises and delights. The series has featured an intricate set of interlocking plots, most of them showing the Dark Lord in situations where his supremacy is threatened and he has to prove his mettle: a micromanaging Emperor forces Vader to work with people who question his decisions; Vader goes on a quest to learn more about the boy who blew up the Death Star, one which requires secrecy to avoid the attentions of the rest of the Empire; and, most prominently, we see the machinations of an inventor who believes he can render the Force obsolete through technological innovations. Here, we learn the winding, melancholy path that leads him to that information. In the present, his fist clenches. We pan out and see that the airtight glass that faces the void of space is riddled with Force-induced spider-cracks. The supporting cast is top-notch as well, particularly sociopathic genius Aphra and the droids.
This article is about the Marvel comic series. You may be looking for the Dark Horse series or the series Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith. Star Wars: Darth Vader is a Star Wars comic book series written by Kieron Gillen, with art by Salvador Larroca.
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Marvel Comics began publishing the comics on February 11 , ,  and the series concluded with its twenty-fifth issue in October Editor Jordan D. White offered Kieron Gillen a chance to write a Star Wars comic. Feeling apprehensive, Gillen almost turned it down, but decided to accept it, even dropping out of writing Iron Man to take the assignment. It's a big story too. It's not just that I want to write Darth Vader.
Since Marvel Comics acquired the license to publish the Star Wars Universe, Darth has seen a renaissance, largely due to the quality of his ongoing series by creators Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larocca. Comic Book Herald is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a qualifying affiliate commission. Any size contribution will help keep CBH alive and full of new comics guides and content. Thank you for reading! Become a Patron!