Darth Vader Goes Black, White and Red In His Solo Anthology Series

Darth Vader is getting a brand new four-issue Star Wars: Darth Vader – Black, White & Red collection from Marvel co-written by Avengers‘ Jason Aaron.

Announced by StarWars.com, Star Wars: Darth Vader – Black, White & Red is the most recent collection in Marvel’s “Black, White and Blood” line, with different entries highlighting characters reminiscent of Wolverine, Elektra, Deadpool and, extra just lately, Moon Knight. Star Wars: Darth Vader – Black, White & Red will embody a four-part story that includes artwork by Leonard Kirk and written by Jason Aaron, who helped launch Marvel’s Star Wars comics in 2015 and is at present ending up his time on Avengers. The collection’ first problem may even embody a narrative written and illustrated by Peach Momoko, which marks her first-ever inside work on a Star Wars comedian, and one other entry by Torunn Grønbekk.

Aaron stated of the announcement, “‘All I am surrounded by is fear. And dead men.’ That moment from ‘Vader Down’ is still one of my favorite things I’ve written during my time at Marvel. I loved getting to let Darth Vader cut loose with all his power in such an epic way. And I couldn’t pass up the chance to revel in the dark side again and put Vader in an even more perilous situation… and then see how he carves his way out.”

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Editor Mark Paniccia added, “This is a project we’ve been waiting to do for a while and we’ve got more amazing talent lined up that I can’t wait to announce. It’s such a thrill to use this unique storytelling approach on one of the greatest villains in the galaxy.”

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