Star Wars: Darth Maul #2
October 2000
22ppg, $2.99

Scripter: Ron Marz
Penciler: Jan Duursema
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Steve Dutro
Colorist: Dave McCaig
Cover Artist: Drew Struzan
Book Design: Jeremy Perkins
Assistant Editor: Michael Carriglitto
Editor: Dave Land
Publisher: Mike Richardson

Darth Maul

Feen Fenoob (dies, Sullustan smuggler), Asa Naga, Gargachykk (dies, Wookiee), Vigo Darnada (dies, Dug), Sinya (dies, Twi'lek bodyguard)

Hath Monchar (1st chronological appearance; appears next in Darth Maul-Shadow Hunter)

bodyguards (die, various species include Weequay, Whipid, Aqualish)

Darnada's Space Station (destroyed)

Black Sun

Dug, Gamorrean, Whipid, Weequay, Twi'lek, Wookiee, Duros, Anx, Ranat

Marauder corvette, Sith Infiltrator

Darth Maul's lightsaber, Sinya's saber batons (lightsaber-like batons)

This timeline in this issue indicates the events of this series take place 6 months prior to The Phantom Menace, while the online timeline indicates 33 years before A New Hope.

Published both with an artwork cover by Drew Struzan and a photo cover variant.
A sullustan smuggler, Feen Fenoob, is being pursued thru the bowels of a space station by Asa Naga and his partner Gargachykk, a one eyed, gray wookiee. It seems that Feen owes Vigo Darnada some money, and Asa and Garga are out to collect. Feen makes a break for it, but when Asa and Garga find him, it's in two parts!

They discover Darth Maul standing over the body, lightsaber lit. He bluntly tells them he wishes to join Black Sun and is upset quickly when Asa asks if he is a Jedi.

In Darnada's chamber, Hath Monchar tries too sell information about the return of the Sith to Black Sun. Darnada refuses to buy, citing the Sith are just a children's story, and has him thrown out. Asa enters and introduces Maul to the Dug. Darnada's bodyguard, Sinya, is not impressed with him and takes his lightsaber. Maul flatly states he has come to kill them all and uses the Force to retrieve his saber, slicing off Garga's head in the process.

Darnada calls for his guards and Sinya joins the fray as well. Maul makes short work of them all, ending by decapitating Sinya and skewering Darnada through his monocle.

Maul leaves only one person alive to tell the tale, Asa Naga. He races out of the station in a stolen Marauder corvette just before the the entire place explodes. Out of the fireball, the Sith Infiltrator bears down on his ship, turning invisible at the last moment. Scared, Asa heads off to inform the Master of Black Sun what has transpired.

Non-Comic Related Items
Darth Maul-Shadow Hunter (pbk; Reeves; 2001)

Related Issues
Darth Maul #1 Darth Maul #3 Darth Maul #4

Trade Paperbacks and Alternate Covers
Star Wars Omnibus: Rise of the Sith Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: Rise of The Sith Trade Paperback #2 Darth Maul Trade Paperback 30th Anniversary Collection #3
Darth Maul 2 Photo Cover

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