On June 8, Dark Horse Comics released the first issue of The Lost Suns, a five issue mini-series based upon Star Wars: The Old Republic. Like Threat of Peace and Blood of the Empire, this series promises to include hints regarding what players can look forward to in SWTOR. In the following article, we take a closer look at the first issue to discover what possible clues are buried within.
In preparation for The Old Republic: The Lost Suns comic release on June 8th, StarWars.com put up an exclusive preview. The preview shows off five pages and gives some more detail about the comic in general. For more information on the comic and the preview make sure to visit the official Star Wars website.
The Lost Suns stands alone as an accessible Star Wars adventure, introducing a new hero with a new mission! It also intertwines with the narrative of the game, revealing secrets players will find nowhere else! Theron Shan -- descendant of the legendary bloodline that includes Jedi Bastila Shan and Satele Shan -- is no Jedi. He's a Republic spy! His mission: to discover the blackest secret at the heart of the evil Sith Empire!
The Lost Suns is by writer Alexander Freed, with pencils by George Freeman and Dave Ross, inks by Mark McKenna, colors by Michael Atiyeh, and cover art by Benjamin Carr.
Thanks to Vincent for the tip. Synopsis of each of the issues follows the jump. The covers for each of the issues are in the Media Gallery below.
For fans following Star Wars: The Old Republic, curiosity about the Jedi Consular extends back to learning about them at last year's press event. Thankfully, we were finally able to get our hands on this class at last month's Jedi Immersion Day in San Francisco. After several hours of play time and ten solid levels, we have a much clearer image of what it means to play the Republic's most mystical class.