Dark Times – A Spark Remains 2 Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin 5
Posted by Jay on August 21, 2013 at 11:53 AM CST
This week in the newest Dark Times series, "A Spark Remains" #2 (and the 29th issue overall) The crew of the Uhumele have a plan to strike at the heart of the newly formed Galactic Empire—Darth Vader himself! While they seek a certain Jedi to join their cause, secrets among the crew begin to form cracks in their alliance. Could their plan be over before it’s begun? Elsewhere, Vader trains an assassin for Jedi hunting! Randy Stradley and Doug Wheatley bring the continuing adventures of Dass Jennir and the gang to life each month in this awesome series.

And Darth Vader cannot get away from people trying to kill him this week! In the final issue of Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin the assassin is now ready to strike...It seems Vader, distracted by threats to the Emperor, could be taken. But the assassin has made one mistake—believing that he has a chance against the most-feared man in the galaxy! Like he's really going to get away with it! Tim Siedell concludes his writing chores along with Iván Fernández's beautiful artwork.

And, for the fans who live in the electronic realm, the digital comics available this week at digital.darkhorse.com include: Star Wars: Dark Times–A Spark Remains #2 & Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin #5.
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