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[A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...]
Events that occur before Episode IV: A New Hope.

Paperback Graphic Novel
Published as Darth Maul.
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[things from another world]


Comic Book Series
Published February thru June 2017
as Darth Maul #1, #2, #3, #4 & #5
by Marvel:

Issue #1Issue #2

Issue #3Issue #4

Issue #5

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e-Comic Book Series
Published 2017 by Marvel:


Darth Maul
Cullin Bunn, Luke Ross et al.

Story published as:
Comic Book Series (2017)
e-Comic Book Series (2017)
Paperback Graphic Novel (2017)

If you have read this story, please rate it:
1 review [Review score: 5 / 5]

Bred on hate, fear, and anger…steeped in the ways of darkness…and trained to kill. Darth Maul is an untested warrior who, told not to engage with the Jedi by his master, hunts down the worst in the cosmic underworld to vent his frustration. After learning that a young Padawan has fallen into the hands of a crime lord, Maul seizes an opportunity to test his skills against a real Jedi but also maybe turn someone else to the dark side.

This story occurs approximately 32 years before Episode IV: A New Hope (just before Episode I: The Phantom Menace).

Related Stories (in chronological order):

  • Darth Maul
  • The Phantom Menace

Review by Darth Kondorr, Poland, 2017:

I really liked the old comic book Darth Maul by Marz and Dursema. The story was simply but sharp. The art was… well, it was art. Sharp, precise & perfect. Like Maul.
Maybe I did not like that book, I might have loved it, even. But this Maul, much more conflicted, yet equally precise, with a story slightly more complex and art less precise, but equally impressive, really had everything I loved about great Star Wars comics. Maul was a killer machine in the first prequel, but thanks to Filoni he became a character, and comparing Marz's great work with Bunn's, the same can be said. A great story with amazing art, which sadly is not a standard in recent Marvel Star Wars books.
One of the few recent must-buys!

Rating: 5 / 5

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