As the world prepares to figure out who the”The Last Jedi” refers to, jump back in time to the beginning, and experience the Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void!
After Dark Horse comics had taken readers a hundred years into the future, they decided to go in the exact opposite direction, launching us some 25,000 years before Anakin was even a wink in the Force’s eye. The name of the comic series was Dawn of the Jedi, and since it was so removed from anything we’d ever experienced, it only made sense to start in a visual medium. A year after it started, a tie-novel was released, overlapping a bit with the first volume release of the series. The novel, titled Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void, written by Tim Lebbon, is a deeper look at a very interesting era for the burgeoning leagues of Force users. It also feels like a classic Star Wars tale as it’s full of familial drama which effects the galaxy at large, but it hits a few old-timey bumps along the way, making for a mostly enjoyable entry in an unknown era. Continue reading “Legends Novel Review: Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void”