Imperial Machine (Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith #1)

Imperial Machine (Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith #1)

From acclaimed writer Charles Soule comes a brand-new, exhilarating series exploring Darth Vader's early history. Picking up directly where Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith ends, follow Vader as he receives his legendary red lightsaber and witness Vader's rise to power as a Dark Lord of the Sith! COLLECTING: STAR WARS: DARTH VADER 1-6...

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Title:Imperial Machine (Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith #1)
Author:Charles Soule
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ISBN:1302907441
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Imperial Machine (Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith #1) Reviews

  • Tim
    Dec 30, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

  • victoria.p
    Nov 23, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

  • Paul Decker
    Dec 13, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

  • Kavinay
    Dec 10, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

  • Ricky Ganci
    Jan 02, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

  • Sam Quixote
    Jan 23, 2018

    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 di...

  • David
    Nov 15, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

    Read as single issues, first 3 are signed by Charles Soule. I finally got around to reading my Darth Vader comics that I've been picking up for most of the year after flipping through the first issue at the comic store and being intrigued at the story of a young, angry Darth Vader, ...

    This book ripped my heart out. It offers a look into the very early days of Vader, starting immediately after the end of "Revenge of the Sith," and focuses on Vader's search for a lightsaber. The idea of the Sith taking a lightsaber from a Jedi rather than building their own was an int...

    Birth of a Sith Lord This new edition of the Darth Vader series does not live up to the first. There are different artists and different author's and it shows. While the storyline is good and features a great white by Palpatine "Touch me with the Force again and I will finish what K...

    I've always been of the opinion that we shouldn't view Anakin Skywalker's transition to Vader as a single act, but rather a slow progression that starts early in the Attack of the Clones film (if not earlier). In this volume we see the last pieces of that transformation, as well as how...

    Collecting the first 6 (I think) issues of the new Darth Vader series from Marvel, when Vader is new to the suit and his new life as The Emperor's #2. As such, he is given a mission to hunt down (yet another) Jedi who escaped Order 66, defeat that Jedi in combat, then take and corru...

  • Jordan Anderson
    Dec 22, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

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    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

    Read as single issues, first 3 are signed by Charles Soule. I finally got around to reading my Darth Vader comics that I've been picking up for most of the year after flipping through the first issue at the comic store and being intrigued at the story of a young, angry Darth Vader, ...

    This book ripped my heart out. It offers a look into the very early days of Vader, starting immediately after the end of "Revenge of the Sith," and focuses on Vader's search for a lightsaber. The idea of the Sith taking a lightsaber from a Jedi rather than building their own was an int...

    Birth of a Sith Lord This new edition of the Darth Vader series does not live up to the first. There are different artists and different author's and it shows. While the storyline is good and features a great white by Palpatine "Touch me with the Force again and I will finish what K...

    I've always been of the opinion that we shouldn't view Anakin Skywalker's transition to Vader as a single act, but rather a slow progression that starts early in the Attack of the Clones film (if not earlier). In this volume we see the last pieces of that transformation, as well as how...

    Collecting the first 6 (I think) issues of the new Darth Vader series from Marvel, when Vader is new to the suit and his new life as The Emperor's #2. As such, he is given a mission to hunt down (yet another) Jedi who escaped Order 66, defeat that Jedi in combat, then take and corru...

    Say what you will about some of Star Wars?s plot holes and idiotic moments, but one thing you can?t argue is just how iconic the series? villains are. And nowhere is that more true than with Darth Vader. It?s also never been more true that he?s never been more of a total m...

  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Jan 25, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

  • Grace
    Jan 27, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Dec 11, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

  • Kat
    Feb 02, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

    Read as single issues, first 3 are signed by Charles Soule. I finally got around to reading my Darth Vader comics that I've been picking up for most of the year after flipping through the first issue at the comic store and being intrigued at the story of a young, angry Darth Vader, ...

    This book ripped my heart out. It offers a look into the very early days of Vader, starting immediately after the end of "Revenge of the Sith," and focuses on Vader's search for a lightsaber. The idea of the Sith taking a lightsaber from a Jedi rather than building their own was an int...

  • Cale
    Jan 05, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

  • Jim C
    Jan 15, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

  • Drown Hollum
    Jan 05, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

  • Arsnoctis
    Jan 11, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

  • Thomas
    Dec 23, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

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    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

    Read as single issues, first 3 are signed by Charles Soule. I finally got around to reading my Darth Vader comics that I've been picking up for most of the year after flipping through the first issue at the comic store and being intrigued at the story of a young, angry Darth Vader, ...

  • David Dalton
    Dec 26, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

  • Ursula Johnson
    Feb 10, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

    Read as single issues, first 3 are signed by Charles Soule. I finally got around to reading my Darth Vader comics that I've been picking up for most of the year after flipping through the first issue at the comic store and being intrigued at the story of a young, angry Darth Vader, ...

    This book ripped my heart out. It offers a look into the very early days of Vader, starting immediately after the end of "Revenge of the Sith," and focuses on Vader's search for a lightsaber. The idea of the Sith taking a lightsaber from a Jedi rather than building their own was an int...

    Birth of a Sith Lord This new edition of the Darth Vader series does not live up to the first. There are different artists and different author's and it shows. While the storyline is good and features a great white by Palpatine "Touch me with the Force again and I will finish what K...

  • Will M.
    Jan 08, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

  • Neil Coulter
    Jan 20, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

  • Brandon St Mark
    Nov 18, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

  • Shibosan
    Feb 14, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

  • Chad
    Oct 10, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

  • Artemy
    Jan 24, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

  • FanboyBen
    Oct 09, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

  • Lance Shadow
    Jan 09, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

  • Teresa
    Dec 29, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

  • Brayden Raymond
    Dec 16, 2017

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

  • Ryan
    Jan 05, 2018

    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 di...

    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. Thi...

    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 sol...

    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 ...

    Charles Soule has a hard act to follow. Keiron Gillen's Vader series was aces. One thing he has going for him is Giuseppe Camuncoli. His art is divine. It looks amazing (as in Spider-man) in a Star Wars book. For this series, we're looking at when Anakin first becomes Vader, right afte...

    This is a collection that takes place right after Anakin becomes Darth Vader. In fact, we get the infamous (not in a good way) scene of Vader yelling "NOOOOOOO!" when he finds out Padme is dead. That is the beginning of this collection. I liked this collection and it is a nice story...

    Kieron Gillen's Vader graphic novel series started strong and then fizzled out completely by the end. So I wasn't especially hopeful about the new series by Charles Soule. But I actually quite enjoyed this story. Soule introduces some new elements to Jedi/Sith mythology, and they all w...

    Love this series...more background on Vader's early days. Not easy being an apprentice to the Emperor, who happens to be a Master Sith. This is my 2nd Vader collection that I have read this past week. I will look for more. ...

    AKA Vader: Year One. This takes up immediately after the end of Revenge of the Sith, and chronicles the early days of Vader, as he is getting his lightsaber, dealing with imperials who have no idea who he is yet, and is introduced to Palpatine's extended family of Sith (in a nice conne...

    How do you follow Kieron Gillen's amazing Darth Vader series? By going back to the beginning of the journey and filling in the blanks, of course. Starting right from the end of Revenge Of The Sith (complete with NOOOOOOOOOO), these six issues follow Darth Vader's quest to find his f...

    Picks up right after RotS with Palpatine being his usual terrible self and Vader choosing not to turn back from his terrible choices despite being shown it?s possible. ...

    Entirely different from Kieron Gillen's excellent Vader series, this is still a good book. It's basically a Vader Year 1, but far more cinematic and less intrigue oriented than the last series. The only complaint is that it's a bit straightforward: Darth is angry, people will die. But ...

    so.... according to the front cover this story arc is called "imperial machine". yet it's also called "the chosen one"? wierd, but either way, late review because apparently goodreads decided not to save my review after I wrote it, so this is a rewrite that I really didn't feel like do...

    The Iron fist of the Empire rules the galaxy & Charles Soule on a Star Wars quite simple rules. I was not sure what to make of this series since Marvel had already published a great Vader solo series. Even more I was not a fan of the idea of getting year one take on Vader. Boy was ...

    This comic picks up right where Episode III left off. Like directly. There's the whole "Noooooooooo" thing and everything. I liked seeing Vader when he is new to being a Sith. It really is Anakin under there still. Throughout the comic, that Anakin begins to fall away. I liked the ...

    This takes place immediately after the end of ROTS, and first of all... I am slain. Him doing all his Darth Vadery things in pursuit of a kyber crystal to make his new red lightsaber is great as usual. I am always completely weak for the "hey it's just one guy in a starfighter" gag....

    The First issue in the second comic run of Vader and a new story arc for a favourite character. This arc known as "The Chosen One" picks up right at the end of Episode 3 and after the horrid "No!" that haunts our dreams it dives straight into the new canon lore regarding lightsaber kyb...

    This is solid! It's not the brilliant Charles Soule I remember from before his Marvel days, but it's still a solid read. The art is great, and the book offers us a look at Vader from a different perspective. Soule fills in some blanks, and adds some fun action to the mythos. It's reada...

    Letto parzialmente nalla versione del "free comic book day 2017" di Panini comics. ...

    I really like Charles Soule and he did a great job capturing both Vader and the Emperor's voices. Camuncoli's art is a prefect fit for Star Wars. ...

    Really good start to this series! I like that this series takes place right/soon after Revenge of the Sith, rather than after A New Hope like the first New Canon Darth Vader series did. It gives us a better look at Vader beginning his Sith training, and helps to connect the Prequel and...

    ?????????? "???????? ????" ????? ??????/??????? - ???????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??? - ? ????? ??????????? ????????? ???????? ???? ?????????? ???...

    19 BBY This graphic novel takes place right where Revenge of the Sith leaves off, with Palpatine telling Vader that he is responsible for killing Padme in his rage. Vader then attack Palpatine in another fit of rage, but the master subdues the apprentice and tells him to a Sith Lord...

    Charles Soule handles the transition of Darth Vader from the unfocused chaos of Gillen?s uneven 25-issue run to a detailed, psychologically complex backstory really well. This picks up where Revenge of the Sith leaves off exactly, and carries us through the first few adventures of th...

    Read as single issues, first 3 are signed by Charles Soule. I finally got around to reading my Darth Vader comics that I've been picking up for most of the year after flipping through the first issue at the comic store and being intrigued at the story of a young, angry Darth Vader, ...

    This book ripped my heart out. It offers a look into the very early days of Vader, starting immediately after the end of "Revenge of the Sith," and focuses on Vader's search for a lightsaber. The idea of the Sith taking a lightsaber from a Jedi rather than building their own was an int...

    Birth of a Sith Lord This new edition of the Darth Vader series does not live up to the first. There are different artists and different author's and it shows. While the storyline is good and features a great white by Palpatine "Touch me with the Force again and I will finish what K...

    I've always been of the opinion that we shouldn't view Anakin Skywalker's transition to Vader as a single act, but rather a slow progression that starts early in the Attack of the Clones film (if not earlier). In this volume we see the last pieces of that transformation, as well as how...