Sirk TV Comic Review: 9/25 “Star Wars” Issues [Marvel]
The structure of the threats that intentionally inform the Star Wars Universe sometimes rest on those smaller that give credence to large ideas. The progression of Kylo Ren is the most pertinent here simply because it informs the psychology of a current villain while the other two tales speak to both the challenge and, at times, weaknesses of those involved in the never-ending proceedings of the struggle for power.
Star Wars – Age Of Resistance – Kylo Ren The continuing mythology of Kylo Ren is an interesting structure to behold as “Rise Of Skywalker” approaches. The events that make him or continue to make him are structured inside the small details of canon which are reflected in issues like this. While this battle is a small time perspective, it reassures the idea that Kylo is trying to emulate and beat his grandfather’s accomplishments. This also informs his inferiority complex around Luke. A Greek chorus in the visage of an old soldier from the first battle Vader made on this certain planet gives a center of credence but the inference of “Your God is dead” which is envisioned in the final moments is quite telling.
Star Wars: Target Vader #3 In comparative, the texture of “Target Vader” is about finding a weakness in the Dark Lord. A paradoxical progression is that the bounty hunter assigned to try to take Vader down in part cyborg. One gets the feeling that this man must have been deep inside the Empire either with the Emperor or perhaps served on the periphery of Anakin back in the day since he seems to know things about the Empire’s greatest weapon. Physically and especially in the face, Valance, the hunter looks a lot like Bruce Campbell in a grizzled form which is a great piece of casting if it integrates at any point into the Disney+ Universe. There is also the omen of a Tuscan Raider who is part of Valance’s crew. The person underneath the disguise is not a Tuscan but seems to admit he is from Tatooine and has a knowledge of the force which points to a certain person. The key with Valance is drawing Vader into a trap with the knowledge that Vader will always sense a trap.
Jedi Fallen Order Dark Temple #2 The idea of a Jedi Temple left alone without an essence of its original owners seems like an unique travail of the Star Wars Universe. As evidenced in certain stories of “Rebels”, it seems to ingrain itself on various planets that either have a divide or strong connection, of course, to the Force. Cere as a Padewan separated from her master is placed in what seems a prison. But like all students still finding her way, she makes wrong assumptions and makes rash judgements that get her into trouble. But like many heroes, they continue to fight when all hope seems lost. In a planet that seems to be one the Outer Rim it just matters how long it is until help arrives.
By Tim Wassberg
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