Star Wars: Darth Vader - Dark Lord of the Sith, Vol. 1: Imperial Machine by Charles Soule

Star Wars: Darth Vader - Dark Lord of the Sith, Vol. 1: Imperial Machine

Picking up where Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith ends, follow Darth Vader as he receives his legendary red lightsaber and begins his ruthless rise! Anakin Skywalker is now more machine than man. Having lost everything once dear to him, he must forge a new future--as a Dark Lord of the Sith! Join Darth Vader as he learns the way of Darth Sidious and his newly for...

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Star Wars: Darth Vader - Dark Lord of the Sith, Vol. 1: Imperial Machine Reviews

  • Ben Brown
    When news first broke that we would be getting another Darth Vader series to follow up Kieron Gillen’s amazing run with the character, I was nervous. Gillen’s series did SO MUCH to flesh out Vader as a character, and I was skeptical about the prospect of ANOTHER series centered solely arou...
  • Robert
    A Long Time Ago, in a Galaxy Where Every Iconic Prop Has An Origin Story...Jokes aside I really enjoyed "Imperial Machine", it showed the shaky early days of the Empire and Vader's mopping up work for his demanding Master, and, yes, how he acquired a red lightsaber after Obi-Wan famously grabbed his...
  • Will M.
    I've been a huge fan of Star Wars ever since I was a child but it's weird that this is the very first Star Wars graphic novel I've read. I'm glad though, because it's amazing and I want to read more.Darth Vader will always be one of, if not the most, iconic figure of Star Wars. This new graphic nove...
  • Sam Quixote
    How did Darth Vader get his red lightsaber? Better question: who fucking cares?! That said, while this may be the flimsy plot of Charles Soule and Giuseppe Camuncoli’s first volume in the rebooted Vader series, Imperial Machine surprisingly wasn’t that bad.I liked that Soule didn’t wr...
  • Artemy
    Finally, a Marvel Star Wars comic set in a much more interesting time period between the prequels and the original trilogy, instead of that beaten to death space between episodes IV and V. And it’s a surprisingly good comic, too! Starting immediately after the end of episode III, it shows Vader...
  • Donovan
    This is how I wish Kieron Gillen’s series would have started. Not just rehash and nostalgia, but introspection and aggrandizement. Anakin Skywalker finishes his dark journey to become Sith Lord Darth Vader. And it’s amazing. Vader embraces the pain and suffering to test, increase, and impr...
  • Alejandro
    Vader rises! This run is different than the previous with the same title, also by Marvel Comics, moreover it’s set in a different time period too. This run is set right after the end of “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”.Creative Team:Writer: Charles SouleIllustrator...
  • Calista
    Have you ever wonder how a Sith's Lightsaber ends up being red. Well, they make it bleed. This is after Revenge of the Sith ends and Darth Vader goes on a quest for his new lightsaber. Now, I want to know how all the colors come about. Green and Blue seem to be the most popular for Jedi. I know ther...
  • Bookwraiths
    I’m always in for a story about the aftermath of the Clone Wars and the first days of Darth Vader. Sure, this plot about how Vader gets his red lightsaber is a bit flimsy as the main arc, but the art is excellent, the overall story is interesting, and the character development of Vader is great...

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