STAR WARS: DARTH VADER BY GREG PAK VOL. 6 - RETURN OF THE HANDMAIDENS

Author Greg Pak
Cover Design or Artwork by Rahzzah
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On sale Jun 27, 2023 | 120 Pages | 9781302948108
| Rated T
FOC Apr 17, 2023 | Catalog March 2023
Darth Vader, whom she believed murdered her queen. But Sabé has learned Vader's greatest secret, and now she fights at his side - believing that someday she may prove there is still good in him. What happens when the Handmaiden finally comes face-to-face with the Emperor, who knows all of her secrets? As the Queen's Shadow enters the crucible, will Vader let her burn? Plus: Three decades ago, Anakin Skywalker slaughtered Wat Tambor, leader of the Techno Union. So who is the pirate Jul Tambor, and what is he planning on Skako Minor? As this revolutionary faces down Darth Vader, Sabé must pick a side! Collecting STAR WARS: DARTH VADER (2020) #28-32.
Film director and screenwriter Greg Pak’s first feature, the sci-fi anthology Robot Stories, won 35 awards; he broke into the comics industry when his agent sent Marvel the screenplay. After writing a Warlock reboot, Pak made a splash with the X-Men: Phoenix — Endsong limited series and a lengthy run on Incredible Hulk, highlighted by the “Planet Hulk” storyline and the World War Hulk crossover. In addition to the acclaimed Magneto: Testament and Red Skull: Incarnate limited series, a War Machine revival and the retitled Incredible Hulks, Pak has written Dynamite’s Battlestar Galactica and contributed to Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology. His efforts with co-writer Fred Van Lente include Incredible Hercules, Herc, Heroic Age: Prince of Power, an Alpha Flight relaunch and the Chaos War crossover. Pak introduced Amadeus Cho as a new green Goliath in The Totally Awesome Hulk and delivered mutant mayhem in Weapon X.

Brazilian artist Luke Ross has been drawing comics since the early ’90s, proving himself an able stylist of super hero action on titles such as X-Man, Sensational Spider-Man, Green Lantern and JSA. Ross stepped in for Mike Perkins as foil to Steve Epting on writer Ed Brubaker’s Captain America and joined a rotation of Marvel’s top artists on the thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man. His other Marvel credits include Secret Avengers, Dark Tower: The Gunslinger — The Little Sisters of Eluria, Star Wars: Darth Maul and Star Wars: Thrawn.

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Darth Vader, whom she believed murdered her queen. But Sabé has learned Vader's greatest secret, and now she fights at his side - believing that someday she may prove there is still good in him. What happens when the Handmaiden finally comes face-to-face with the Emperor, who knows all of her secrets? As the Queen's Shadow enters the crucible, will Vader let her burn? Plus: Three decades ago, Anakin Skywalker slaughtered Wat Tambor, leader of the Techno Union. So who is the pirate Jul Tambor, and what is he planning on Skako Minor? As this revolutionary faces down Darth Vader, Sabé must pick a side! Collecting STAR WARS: DARTH VADER (2020) #28-32.

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Film director and screenwriter Greg Pak’s first feature, the sci-fi anthology Robot Stories, won 35 awards; he broke into the comics industry when his agent sent Marvel the screenplay. After writing a Warlock reboot, Pak made a splash with the X-Men: Phoenix — Endsong limited series and a lengthy run on Incredible Hulk, highlighted by the “Planet Hulk” storyline and the World War Hulk crossover. In addition to the acclaimed Magneto: Testament and Red Skull: Incarnate limited series, a War Machine revival and the retitled Incredible Hulks, Pak has written Dynamite’s Battlestar Galactica and contributed to Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology. His efforts with co-writer Fred Van Lente include Incredible Hercules, Herc, Heroic Age: Prince of Power, an Alpha Flight relaunch and the Chaos War crossover. Pak introduced Amadeus Cho as a new green Goliath in The Totally Awesome Hulk and delivered mutant mayhem in Weapon X.

Brazilian artist Luke Ross has been drawing comics since the early ’90s, proving himself an able stylist of super hero action on titles such as X-Man, Sensational Spider-Man, Green Lantern and JSA. Ross stepped in for Mike Perkins as foil to Steve Epting on writer Ed Brubaker’s Captain America and joined a rotation of Marvel’s top artists on the thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man. His other Marvel credits include Secret Avengers, Dark Tower: The Gunslinger — The Little Sisters of Eluria, Star Wars: Darth Maul and Star Wars: Thrawn.