When Disney came out Star Wars: The awakening of the force in 2015, his 30-year leap of Return of the jedi introduced a lot of new characters and mysteries to the franchise. One of them was the way Ben Solo and Leia Organa turned to the dark side to become Kylo Ren. Later this year, Marvel Comics will explore part of this story with a new comic mini-series: The rise of Kylo Ren.
Lucasfilm announced the four-issue comic book series at the Lucasfilm publishing group yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con. Charles Soule, the writer behind Marvel & # 39; s dark Vador and Poe Dameron BD, will write the series.
As I just announced, I'm writing THE RISE OF KYLO REN – a series of limited edition comics launched in December just before Episode IX.
You know the only story everyone wants to see, about Kylo and the Knights of Ren? That's it.
You're not ready (hell, I'm barely.) pic.twitter.com/CiBehByvy1
– Charles Soule (@CharlesSoule) July 20, 2019
The comic book series will be released in stores in December, just in time for the next edition. Skywalker climb, who teased some revelations in the story of Kylo Ren. according to Vanity Fair, the movie will bring back the Knights of Ren – Kylo Ren's companions who made the shortest number of cameos in The force awakens, but did not show up at The last Jedi. Vanity Fair says they will bring "an element of chaos to the war between the Resistance and the First Order", but we do not know much about their role in the great story.
In The force awakens, we learned that Kylo Ren was Han and Leia, and that I destroyed Luke Skywalker's young Jedi Academy after falling on the dark side. We learned a little more in The last Jedi – that Luke, in a moment of weakness, was planning to kill his nephew when he felt the darkness grow in him, sending him into his new person. Let's hope that the series will add to what we know about Ben Solo's transformation into Kylo Ren.
The Lucasfilm Publishing Panel unveiled some additional titles and provided you also look at some books previously announced: Dooku: Lost Jedi, a first audio title written by Cavan Scott, will receive a print edition this fall, while George Mann will write a style book Grimms Fairy Tales in the Star Wars universe.