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He didn’t get much screen time but Darth Maul was one of the best things to come out of the prequels. He gets the spotlight in Star Wars: Age of Republic – Darth Maul by writer Jody Houser, artist Luke Ross, colorist Java Tartaglia, and letterer Travis Lanham.

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4 thoughts on “Marvel Comics Review: Star Wars: Age of Republic – Darth Maul #1”

  1. I will be honest these first 2 one shots suck you want to read a good star wars comic read star wars South Korea comic original trilogy now that's a good star wars comic the art is beautiful there's some things taken out with new things that are added in that wasn't in the movies but there is still a bunch of things from the movies still in it best star wars comic I ever red

  2. The Obi-Won and Qui-Gonn one shots were really good. The Darth Maul wasnt as good but I still enjoyed it. I enjoyed his rage induced blindness to anything good that the Jedi could possibly do in the universe. Disagree on the this vs Qui-Gon though…. Qui-Gon’s had much deeper meaning in the SW galaxy and the fall of the Jedi order.

  3. Hey! Here, Java Tartaglia. You can pronunciate my nickname as Jabba the Hutt, which it's why my friends started to called me like that when i was at 10 years old. it's quite possible you keep you can seeing my nickname in future comics.

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