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- Publisher: Marvel (April 25, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 25, 2018
- Sold by: Marvel Entertainment US
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BH47HB3
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Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith Vol. 2: Legacy's End (Darth Vader (2017-)) Kindle & comiXology
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The main story in this volume involves tracking down Jocasta Nu, the Jedi Temple archivist. I always liked the background Jedi from the prequels so it was col to see her come to center stage. I'm excited to see where her story leads. There's little hints about her new archive being used in the future. I could read (or watch) a whole series about the force sensitive children of the galaxy once the Empire takes control.
The Grand Inquisitor as well as other inquisitors are shown in this volume. The Ninth Sister is introduced. I like the dynamic between the inquisitors and Vader. Vader is still defining his role within the Empire. The fear within the ranks we see in the original trilogy isn't present yet.
I give this second volume a 5/5. I am more entertained by this ongoing series than the Star Wars ongoing series. I want to see more Jedi who escaped Order 66!
The art and plotting are outstanding. I really enjoyed this (and I'm quite difficult about Star Wars comics and any movie after the original trilogy). Well done.
I can't believe how good this is.
I'm not going to say much. If you read Vol. 1, then just know that the quality does not drop in Vol. 2. And, I'll give you this teaser....
Remember Jocasta Nu? She's the old librarian that Kenobi sees at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant when he asks about Camino (in Attack of the Clones). This book turns her into a very cool character.
And, yes....she's a Jedi!
My hopes for future issues is to see Vader become softer and maybe look into padme’s relatives, only to be alienated by them and to then again fall back to the dark side and let his issues with Padme dip away slowly.