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The article on the Tales comic Resurrection seems to indicate this story is considered canon (as confirmed by Leland Chee). However, the entry for Darth Maul indicates that this part of his history is still non-canon. Which is correct and will the appropriate page be updated? Unsigned comment by 82.33.89.28 (talk • contribs).

  • While I am not sure about the canonicity of Resurrection, Darth Maul is dead. End of story. Darth SargeConverse with me! 02:18, 19 April 2007 (UTC)
  • I don't think there is any question about Darth Maul's state of being (he's dead Jim). But the two articles contradict each other with regards to the canonicity of Resurrection. One of them should be corrected. (PS: apologies for the inadvertent edit) --Skullfire 16:14, 19 April 2007 (UTC)
  • How in the known universe of Star Wars would they retrieve half a dead body from a seemingly endless whole and bring it back to life, anyways?????????????user:Darththeexile 12:13, 27 May 2007
    • That's strange. My money is on Resurrection being canon, and thus the Darth Maul article being in the wrong, but I'm not a 100%, so I won't edit anything. Let's wait for confirmation. DarthMRN 11:39, 27 May 2007 (UTC)
  • I always thought that the SW Tales stories are non-canon (Infinities) and when referenced in other EU material only these references become canon, not the whole Tales story itself. --Craven 13:21, 27 May 2007 (UTC)
  • HE'S DEAD! HE'S DEAD! HE'S DEAD! there is no way his brain could survive that long of a fall and even if it did it would die from lack of blood.
"Darth Maul (clone or Sith magic or something) [Tales #9]
A version of Darth Maul is back long enough to have a Maul vs. Vader showdown. Note that Visionaries also had a Maul with a cybernetic lower half that is killed by Owen and Obi-Wan on Tatooine. And in Tales #17, there's a guy preserving Maul's brain.
"
Leland Chee[[1]]

That was in, I might add, a list of ressurections that includes Boba Fett and Palpatine.

In any case, the Maul article is fine. The tags clearly show that Resurrection is canon, and Old Wounds and Tales 17 are not. I fail to see a problem. Din's Fire 997 02:23, 29 May 2007 (UTC)

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