All-new adventures for the greatest Jedi of all-time from Cavan Scott (The High Republic, Dead Seas), one of the greatest Star Wars writers of all-time. Scott, along with artist Nico Leon (Fantastic Four, Hulk), cover artist Phil Noto (Civil War II), letterer Joe Caramagna, and Dono Sánchez-Almara on colors teamed up for a great Jedi story.
To some, he was a legend. To others, he was a teacher. Now Yoda is all but forgotten, living in exile and haunted by the past. As a strangely familiar voice echoes through the swamps of Dagobah, the Jedi Master must revisit the many lessons he has given over the years, from the days of the High Republic to the chaos of the Clone Wars.
In the first of three story arcs, a desperate cry for help reaches the Jedi Council on Coruscant and only Yoda can respond.
But how far will he go to protect a community from attack?
Simply put, Scott nails another Star Wars story.
Disney and Lucasfilm knew what they were doing when they installed Scott, along with Justina Ireland, Claudia Gray, Daniel Jose Older, and Charles Soule, as the architects crafting a new era in the Star Wars publishing entitled The High Republic. Scott has written many comics and novels based in this time period.
Scott and the creative team build a base for a limited series that will explore Yoda’s self-imposed exile on Dagobah as he reflects on past adventures. Epic battle scenes and familiar views of the Jedi Temple gives us goosebumps.
Yoda at the center is something us fans have been wanting for ages and this debut issue does exactly this. Additionally, the script is written in the famous styling of the Jedi Master himself.
Scott and Leon kick-off the series and will be followed by writers Jody Houser and Marc Guggenheim and artists Luke Ross and Alessandro Miracolo, with stories set just before the Prequel Trilogy and near the end of the Clone Wars. Scott and Leon will return to complete the saga in the final issue.
Issue one hit shelves at your local comic shop on Wednesday, November 23 with a follow-up issue dropping December 28.