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Star Wars: Darth Maul—
Son of Dathomir
Attribution information

Jeremy Barlow[1]


Juan Frigeri[1]


Mauro Vargas[1]


Wes Dzioba[1]

Cover artist(s)

Chris Scalf[1]

Publication information

Dark Horse Comics[1]







General information

During the Clone Wars[2]

"As I have always said, the stories told during the Clone Wars era will live on, and we are eager to share Darth Maul’s storyline with you."
―Dave Filoni[src]

Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir is a four-issue canon comic book miniseries written by Jeremy Barlow, with artwork by penciller Juan Frigeri, inker Mauro Vargas, colorist Wes Dzioba, and cover artist Chris Scalf. The miniseries was published by Dark Horse Comics beginning on May 21, 2014, and concluded with the fourth and final issue on August 20, 2014. A trade paperback was released on October 1, 2014.

Son of Dathomir is an adaptation of unproduced scripts from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which would have been part of the television show's sixth season had the series not been cancelled in 2013. Although thirteen episodes from the sixth season were released as "The Lost Missions" on March 7, 2014, the episodes that Son of Dathomir were based on were not completed and therefore not released as actual episodes. The story is part of The Clone Wars Legacy line.

The series is set during the Clone Wars, and is a continuation of Darth Maul's story from the show. The rogue Sith Lord, who was revealed to have survived the events of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace in the episode "Witches of the Mist," has been captured by his former master, Darth Sidious, following the events of the episode "The Lawless." Sidious uses Maul in an attempt to draw Mother Talzin, Maul's mother and the leader of the Nightsisters, out of hiding so she can be destroyed, as Sidious considers her a potential threat to the eventual Sith domination of the galaxy. Maul confronts the Confederacy of Independent Systems and captures Count Dooku and General Grievous in pursuit of vengeance against his old master, while the Galactic Republic and Jedi Order become involved in the hopes that they can defeat Maul, Dooku, and Grievous—and, in doing so, end the Clone Wars.

Publisher's summaryEdit

Getting cut in half by Obi-Wan Kenobi and being rejected by his former Sith Master Darth Sidious isn't going to defeat Darth Maul. In fact, it only makes him mad enough to take on the galaxy—with an army of Mandalorians~

After forming the Shadow Collective—a criminal organization composed of the Hutts, Black Sun, the Mandalorians, and the fearsome Nightbrothers—Maul wages war against Darth Sidious and his generals, Count Dooku and General Grievous!

Adapted from unproduced screenplays for Season 6 of The Clone Wars television show, this is the final chapter planned for Darth Maul's saga!

Plot summaryEdit

Part 1Edit

Darth Maul Son of Dathomir 1

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In the aftermath of the events of "The Lawless," Darth Maul has been captured by Darth Sidious, his former master, and imprisoned in The Spire, a Separatist prison on Stygeon Prime. Sidious is followed by Gar Saxon and Rook Kast, two of Maul's Death Watch followers, on orders for Mandalorian Prime Minister Almec to free Maul from imprisonment. Once freed, Maul and the warriors are to rendezvous with Death Watch forces on Zanbar.[2]

Sidious speaks to Maul in The Spire and reveals that he still has use for his former apprentice, before the two are interrupted by Count Dooku. The arrival of Sidious' new apprentice angers Maul, who views Dooku as a Sith pretender and unworthy of the title of Sith Lord. Sidious and Dooku leave to confer with one another, as Sidious explains that he imprisoned Maul to draw out Mother Talzin, leader of the Nightsisters, so she can be destroyed as a potential threat to the eventual Sith rule of the galaxy. Sidious also reveals that he has a history with Talzin, from whom he received Maul when Maul was a child. Sidious orders Dooku to find out more information about Maul's Shadow Collective, as Maul will end up believing that the Sith want to destroy his arm, and seek out Mother Talzin for help.[2]

After Dooku briefly interrogates Maul, Kast and Saxon mount their rescue. The two Mandalorians reach their captive leader and free him from his restraints, before blasting out a wall of the interrogation cell. Maul and the Mandalorians make their way down the mountain, via zipline, that The Spire sits upon and escape aboard a Gauntlet fighter. Separatist forces, led by General Grievous, pursue the ship, while Dooku makes it clear that Maul is not to be killed, only weakened. That way, he can seek out Mother Talzin for help. With Separatist forces in pursuit, Maul and the Mandalorians reach Zanbar. Once again in command of his army, Maul reclaims his darksaber, the weapon that belonged to the previous Death Watch leader, Pre Vizsla, and tells the Mandalorians that war is at hand.[2]

The Separatists arrive on the moon and launch all of their forces against Maul. Death Watch is overwhelmed by the droid soldiers, while Maul faces Grievous in single-combat. Maul's army is left badly damaged, but Maul orders his fighters to bomb the area, taking out many Separatist forces as well. Maul escapes in the chaos and orders his surviving forces to retreat. After the battle ends, Grievous informs Dooku of what happened, leaving Dooku satisfied that Maul will seek to find Mother Talzin.[2]

Part 2Edit

Darth Maul Son of Dathomir 2

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In retreat from Zanbar, Maul contacts Mother Talzin for guidance, just as Sidious and Dooku intended. Talzin uses Nightsister magick to speak to Maul from afar, and anticipates that the Sith want to lure her into a trap. Refusing to play along, Talzin sends Maul to Ord Mantell without her, where he is to regroup with his Black Sun allies and prepare for another battle with the Separatists—one where Maul can capture Count Dooku and General Grievous. Once on Ord Mantell, Maul confers with his allies and informs them of the impending battle. Meanwhile, Dooku and Grievous prepare their own strategy en route to the planet.[3]

Maul and his allies plan to lure the Separatists into a specific point in Ord Mantell City, where the Mandalorians, Black Sun, and Pyke Syndicate will engage in an attack against the invading droid army. A team of Nightbrothers, led by Brother Viscus, arrives on orders from Mother Talzin to reinforce Maul's army. As Maul greets the Nightbrothers, the Separatists begin their attack, using their fleet to bombard Ord Mantell City. The Shadow Collective begins carrying out their defense, while the Separatists deploy their droid forces on the surface. Once there, they are met in battle by the limited but powerful number of Shadow Collective troops—Mandalorian, Pyke, and Black Sun alike. Meanwhile, Count Dooku arrives with a number of droid guards, while Maul leaves the surface and makes his way to the Separatist fleet. He and his ships attack the Separatist command vessel, while Grievous realizes the Separatists have been lured into a trap. On the surface, Dooku is confronted by the Nightbrothers, and a duel ensues between the Sith Lord and the Dathomirian warriors.[3]

The droid army advances on the Shadow Collective and takes Maul's forces into custody, while the renegade Sith Lord himself continues his space assault. He and Mandalorian warriors board the Separatist command ship and take General Grievous into custody, and they force the Kaleesh cyborg to disable all battle droids on the surface. The disabling of the droids allows the Shadow Collective forces to regroup and capture Count Dooku. Maul contacts Mother Talzin to tell her what has happened, and she promises that, with Dooku and Grievous in custody, Sidious will soon be captured and they will fulfill their quest for vengeance against the Dark Lord.[3]

Part 3Edit

Darth Maul Son of Dathomir 3

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A team of Jedi arrives on Ord Mantell to investigate the aftermath of the battle, and recognizes the connection between Darth Maul and the Mandalorians once they recover a Death Watch helmet. Jedi Master Mace Windu contacts Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, who is secretly Darth Sidious, to inform him that Maul was behind the battle. Windu hopes to use this information to capture Maul and Dooku, and to use their captures to end the Clone Wars. Windu then speaks to fellow Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi, Tiplee, and Aayla Secura, and together they surmise that Maul may have headed to a Mandalorian supply outpost. Fearing that Mandalore could fall to the Separatists, Kenobi volunteers himself, along with Tiplee, to investigate the outpost.[4]

Meanwhile, on the Mandalorian outpost, Maul contacts Darth Sidious and informs the Dark Lord that Dooku and Grievous have been captured. Sidious tells Maul to kill them, for he has no use for what he sees as failures. Maul instead orders Grievous to be taken into custody. As he does so, the Jedi begin their approach towards the outpost, and Tiplee fears that Kenobi will be unable to keep his emotions under control; Maul killed Satine Kryze, the Duchess of Mandalore and a close personal friend of Kenobi's. Kenobi assures his fellow Jedi that he will not fail. As the Republic approaches, Maul offers Dooku a choice: become an ally or die. Mother Talzin appears in a cloud of magic smoke and reveals that she too was once betrayed by Darth Sidious—and that Darth Maul is her son. As Talzin explains, Sidious is even now is working to find a new apprentice.[4]

The Republic assault on the outpost begins, and the Republic ships make their way through Gauntlet fighter fire towards the base. Grievous uses the chaos to make it to an escape pod, while Dooku agrees to join Maul and fight against Kenobi's boarding party. The Jedi arrive on the outpost, where Kenobi and Tiplee are confronted by Maul and Dooku. They engage in a lightsaber duel, which is joined by Windu and Secura. Dooku kills Tiplee, while the Mandalorians shoot a small missile towards the Jedi, incapacitating them. This gives Maul and Dooku time to escape. In the aftermath of the battle, Windu contacts Palpatine and informs him of what happened. The Jedi Master also speculates that the battle proves Dooku is the Sith Master, an incorrect assessment that Palpatine, the true Dark Lord, allows the Jedi to believe.[4]

Part 4Edit

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Cover art for Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 4.

Following their retreat from the supply outpost, Darth Maul makes his way towards Dathomir with Dooku and the Shadow Collective forces. While en route to Dathomir, Maul is contacted by the Black Sun and Pyke Syndicate, who have become worried that Maul's plan is failing and that the fight is now about the rogue Sith Lord's personal vendetta against Sidious. Maul assures them that, once Darth Sidious is dead, the galaxy will belong to them. Maul then orders Saxon to keep the Pykes and Black Sun in line, while revealing to Dooku that he knows the Sith Lord was ordered by Sidious to pretend to be Maul's ally. Maul then has Dooku taken into custody by Rook Kast.[5]

Once on Dathomir, Maul speaks to Viscus, who survived his encounter with Count Dooku on Ord Mantell, who tells the renegade Sith Lord that they are ready to begin the next phase of their plan. The Nightbrothers take Dooku before Mother Talzin, who appears in a cloud of smoke and unleashes a magical attack against the Sith Lord.[5]

Main charactersEdit

Darth MaulEdit

Darth Maul on Ord Mantell

Darth Maul is a renegade Sith Lord who was once the apprentice of Darth Sidious, the Dark Lord of the Sith. He was believed to have been killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Battle of Naboo,[6] but survived his encounter and returned to galactic prominence during the Clone Wars[7] over ten years later.[8] After being captured by his former master on Mandalore,[9] Maul is imprisoned in The Spire on Stygeon Prime. Sidious and Count Dooku allow Maul to escape, hoping that he will lead them to Mother Talzin, leader of the Nightsisters, so she can be destroyed. This leads to the Battle of Zanbar, where General Grievous leads the Separatist Droid Army to the Mandalorian-occupied moon and forces the Shadow Collective into a retreat.[2] Maul contacts Mother Talzin for guidance, but Talzin—Maul's mother—refused to be drawn out into a trap. The two put a plan in place to capture the two Separatist leaders, which sparks a battle on Ord Mantell and the capture of Count Dooku and General Grievous.[3] Maul offers Dooku a chance to ally with him, and Dooku feigns loyalty to his predecessor. The two fight off a Republic and Jedi assault on a Mandalorian asteroid outpost, where Maul again comes face-to-face with Kenobi,[4] before leaving and making their way to Dathomir.[5]

Mother TalzinEdit

Mother Talzin Son of Dathomir

Mother Talzin is a Dathomir witch, the leader of the Nightsisters,[10] and the mother of Darth Maul.[4] She was once an ally of Darth Sidious before he turned against her, and the Dark Lord now deems Talzin to be a threat to the eventual Sith rule of the galaxy.[2] Talzin correctly assumes that the Sith are attempting to use Darth Maul to lure her out of hiding so she can be destroyed, and refuses to fall prey to the trap. Talzin sends her son to Ord Mantell to capture Count Dooku and General Grievous, a plot he successfully executes.[3] Talzin appears in a cloud of magical smoke before Maul and Dooku and attempts to sway the Sith Lord to their side, telling him that Sidious, Dooku's master, is already searching for a new apprentice.[4] Dooku feigns an allegiance with Maul, but Maul sees through the facade and brings Dooku to Dathomir, where Talzin unleashes a magical attack upon the Sith Lord.[5]

Darth Sidious/Sheev PalpatineEdit

Sidious Son of Dathomir

Darth Sidious is the Dark Lord of the Sith, more widely known by his public persona of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine,[11] and the former master of Darth Maul.[6] Having captured Maul on Mandalore,[9] Sidious takes his former apprentice to The Spire on Stygeon Prime, where Sidious and his new apprentice, Count Dooku, put a plan in motion to use Maul in the hopes of luring Mother Talzin out of hiding; Sidious and Talzin were once allies, but Sidious now deems her to be a threat to the eventual Sith rule of the galaxy. The Separatists are able to weaken Darth Maul's Shadow Collective army and send him towards Talzin,[2] but the Dathomir witch refuses to be baited and instead has Maul capture Count Dooku and General Grievous on Ord Mantell.[3] Sidious tells Maul via hologram that the renegade Sith Lord can kill the two Separatist leaders, as the Dark Lord claims he has no interest in failures, but Maul offers Dooku a chance to join him.[4] Dooku feigns allegiance with Maul in order to further Sidious' plans to destroy Maul and Talzin, but Maul ultimately sees through the facade. Sidious later personally enters the fray and fights Darth Maul and Mother Talzin.[5]

Count DookuEdit

Dooku Son of Dathomir

Count Dooku is a Sith Lord, secretly known as Darth Tyranus; the apprentice of Darth Sidious; and the political face of the Separatist Alliance.[12] Dooku is present on Stygeon Prime when Sidious brings Darth Maul to The Spire as a prisoner, and, on Sidious' orders, Dooku interrogates his predecessor for information about the Shadow Collective. Dooku allows Maul to escape from Stygeon Prime, to be followed by General Grievous and the Separatist Droid Army, all in the hopes that weakening Maul's forces in a battle on Zanbar would lead the renegade Sith Lord to Mother Talzin so she could be lured out of hiding.[2] Talzin did not take the bait, however, and Dooku and Grievous attacked Maul on Ord Mantell. It was there that Maul captured the two Separatists leaders.[3] Dooku feigned[5] an allegiance with Maul while escaping a Republic and Jedi assault on a Mandalorian asteroid base, but Maul saw through the lie.[4] Dooku was taken to Dathomir, where he was brought before Mother Talzin who unleashed a magical attack upon him.[5]

General GrievousEdit

Grievous Son of Dathomir

General Grievous is a Kaleesh cyborg and the commander of the Separatist Droid Army. He and the Separatist Droid Army are sent by Count Dooku to pursue Darth Maul and weaken his Shadow Collective forces on Zanbar.[2] When Darth Maul fled Zanbar to seek out Mother Talzin, Grievous was joined by Dooku, and the two led their armies after the Shadow Collective to Ord Mantell. During the battle on the planet, Grievous and Dooku were captured[3] and brought to a Mandalorian supply outpost. Grievous was taken into custody,[4] while Dooku feigned[5] an alliance with Maul. After the Republic and Jedi assaulted the outpost, Grievous fought his way out of custody and escaped from the asteroid base.[4]

Obi-Wan KenobiEdit

Obi-Wan Kenobi Son of Dathomir

Obi-Wan Kenobi is a Jedi Master, member of the Jedi Council, and a Jedi General in the Grand Army of the Republic.[11] He is one of the targets of Darth Maul's lust for revenge,[7] as the renegade Sith Lord was beaten by then-Padawan Kenobi on Naboo[6] over ten years earlier.[8] In the aftermath of the battle on Ord Mantell, Kenobi is part of a team investigating what happened on the planet, and volunteers himself and Master Tiplee to investigate and, ultimately, lead an assault against Darth Maul on the Mandalorian asteroid base. Tiplee is concerned about Kenobi's mental state—Maul murdered Mandalore's Duchess Satine Kryze, a close personal friend of Kenobi's—but he is determined to carry the mission out. He comes face to face with Maul again on the asteroid base, but Maul and his forces are able to escape, leaving Kenobi and his team behind.[4]


Son of Dathomir was initially conceived as four episodes of the television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. There were four finished scripts that ultimately became Son of Dathomir,[13] and those scripts were written for what was intended to be a full sixth season of the show; thirteen episodes of the sixth season were completed and released as "The Lost Missions" on March 7, 2014, but the Darth Maul episodes were not completed and therefore not included in the release.[14] The scripts were written in conjunction with George Lucas, making them and, by extension, Son of Dathomir part of the official Star Wars canon. Once the episodes were written, they continued through the production process. The team on The Clone Wars did some design work for the episodes, and those designs, as well as the stories and characters from the scripts, were incorporated into the comic miniseries itself.[13]

Dave Filoni

Dave Filoni, the show's supervising director, helped develop the story of the four episodes that became Son of Dathomir.

After the cancellation of The Clone Wars in 2013, Lucasfilm Ltd. decided to adapt the four Darth Maul episodes into the Son of Dathomir comic miniseries. Dave Filoni, the show's supervising director, stated that he thought an adaptation would be a great idea. Not only would it allow Lucasfilm to continue telling unfinished stories from The Clone Wars, but Filoni also knew that Dark Horse Comics had done great work on Star Wars in the past and would be well-suited to adapting the episodes. Filoni turned over the design and story work for the episodes to Dark Horse, which would allow them to create, in Filoni's words, "an accurate representation of what [the production team] were planning for the show."[13]

Writer Jeremy Barlow was brought on to adapt the episodes into comic book form,[15] with art provided by penciller Juan Frigeri, inker Mauro Vargas, colorist Wes Dzioba, and cover artist Chris Scalf.[2] Barlow, who was hired for the miniseries by Star Wars editor Randy Stradley, set out to make the comic reader-friendly, knowing that not all readers would be aware of Maul's story from The Clone Wars. Because it was an adaptation of pre-written scripts, Barlow's work required, in his words, "sharp editing skills" and "judicious choices" in order to "keep as much of the screenplays intact as possible while still giving the comics their own exciting and natural flow."[15] Filoni has also hinted that Son of Dathomir may not be the final Darth Maul story.[13]

According to Star Wars Insider 149, a creature called the shatterax was set to appear in Son of Dathomir.[16] However, the scene did not appear in the final comic. The Insider article, written by Daniel Wallace, was based on rough story notes that he had received for the comic.[17]

The first issue of the comic was released on May 21, 2014,[14] with the second and third issues being released on June 18, 2014[18] and July 16, 2014,[19] respectively. The fourth and final issue was released on August 20, 2014.[20] A trade paperback was released on October 1, 2014.[1]


Son of Dathomir makes extensive references to numerous different episodes of The Clone Wars, most of which involved Darth Maul. The events of the final three on-screen appearances of Darth Maul—"Eminence," "Shades of Reason," and "The Lawless"—served as the backstory for the comic, and the consequences of those episodes, including Maul's capture on Mandalore, played out in the comic miniseries. The series also references the Battle of Dathomir, as portrayed in the episode "Massacre," and used numerous characters who first appeared in the show.[2]


Son of Dathomir #3 foreshadows the death of Dooku and the fall of Anakin Skywalker.

Events from the Star Wars films are also referenced. At one point, Mother Talzin tells Dooku that Sidious is already planning to replace him with a new Sith apprentice, a reference to the impending events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith—in which Anakin Skywalker kills Dooku and, soon thereafter, becomes the Sith Lord Darth Vader.[11] As a story from the official Star Wars canon, Son of Dathomir has the distinction of being the first appearance of the planet Ord Mantell, which was first referenced in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back.[21] Although the planet had appeared in Star Wars Legends stories, it had not yet appeared in an official canon story. Additionally, the Black Sun has a base on Ord Mantell in Son of Dathomir.[3] In the Legends video game Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, in which Black Sun made its first ever appearance and figures prominently in the story, Ord Mantell is the location of a fight between Dash Rendar and IG-88D.[22]

The Stygeon prison depicted in Son of Dathomir #1 would later be adopted for the television series Star Wars Rebels. The prison, which appeared in the third episode, "Rise of the Old Masters,"[23] was officially named The Spire in Star Wars Rebels: The Visual Guide. The reference book also officially names Stygeon as Stygeon Prime.[24]


Son of Dathomir was ultimately only just the first unfinished story from The Clone Wars to be adapted into another medium. At San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Lucasfilm announced a new novel, Dark Disciple, featuring Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos,[25] based on unproduced scripts from what would have been the show's seventh season.[26] Filoni has said that there are numerous unfinished stories,[13] and has even released concept art—some of which included Darth Maul—for those unproduced stories.[27] The possibility exists for further unused stories to be used in some form in the future.[25]


Color code key:
Collected (TPB) issue Released issue Future issue
IssueTitlePublication dateTrade paperbackTPB pub date
1Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 1 May 21, 2014 Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of DathomirOctober 1, 2014
2Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 2 June 18, 2014
3Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 3 July 16, 2014
4Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 4

August 20, 2014


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir trade paperback on Dark Horse Comics's official website
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 1
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 2
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 3
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir 4 preview on Dark Horse
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace
  7. 7.0 7.1 TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Revenge"
  8. 8.0 8.1 Twitter favicon @HolocronKeeper (Leland Chee) on Twitter. “0 10 10-13 13 27 32 35 36” (screenshot)—The tweet in question refers to the number of canonical years between the canon films and television shows, with Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace set as Year 0. Using simple math, it can be deduced that the events of the Clone Wars, including Son of Dathomir, took place over 10 years after Episode I.
  9. 9.0 9.1 TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Lawless"
  10. TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Nightsisters"
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith
  12. Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 FacebookIcon Dave Filoni comments on Son of Dathomir. Dave Filoni (January 10, 2014). "Happy New Year! You may have seen the recent Clone Wars / Dark Horse Comics news, and I thought I would chime in and clarify things a bit..."
  14. 14.0 14.1 Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Darth Maul–Son of Dathomir #1 on Dark Horse Comics's official website
  15. 15.0 15.1 Arrant, Chris (2014-01-07). STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS Final Darth Maul Story Releasing - in Comics!. Newsarama. Retrieved on January 7, 2014.
  16. SWInsider "Blaster"—Star Wars Insider 149
  17. Twitter favicon @danwall88 (Daniel Wallace) on Twitter. “It was in the rough story info that I received, must have been cut” (screenshot)
  18. Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir #2 on Dark Horse Comics's official website
  19. Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir #3 on Dark Horse Comics's official website
  20. Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir #4 on Dark Horse Comics's official website
  21. Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
  22. Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire video game
  23. Rebels-mini-logo Star Wars Rebels – "Rise of the Old Masters"
  24. Star Wars Rebels: The Visual Guide
  25. 25.0 25.1 SWCustom-2011 SDCC 2014: STAR WARS: A NEW DAWN PANEL – LIVEBLOG on (backup link on
  26. Andrew Dyce (July 2014). 'Star Wars: Clone Wars' Returns For Season 7 (in Book Form). Screenrant. Retrieved on August 11, 2014.
  27. SWCustom-2011 TO FANS OF STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS: THANK YOU on (backup link on

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