Please upgrade your browser for the best possible experience.

Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer
×

Miller's KOTOR Comic Series: Wheres the content?

STAR WARS: The Old Republic > English > Story and Lore
Miller's KOTOR Comic Series: Wheres the content?

MACharlieV's Avatar


MACharlieV
01.14.2013 , 08:34 PM | #1
Obviously, Miller's comic series from the KOTOR period gets quite a few references. Carrick Station. Draay Outpost. Hierogryphs Utility Belt. But I always felt that these references were more like nods and winks. They were cool and made me smile but I wondered why new storyline content wasn't ever made based on storylines from the comic series.

I was quite disappointed when the Sith Inquisitor travels to Taris to subdue a Togruta ghost...coincidently near the same place where a certain Togruta was killed 300 years prior - aka Raana Tey. And how there was absolutely no mention of the Padawan Massacre that took place there - which immediately predated the abandonment of the Jedi ruins there.

Which leads me to wonder why no new storyline or small quests were created based on the storylines. I mean, what happened was pretty bad and was a big news item lore wise. The entire storyline was a huge Jedi scandal that they just covered up: I don't know know about you guys but that seems to be a pretty deep mine of story telling goodies.

YoshiRaphElan's Avatar


YoshiRaphElan
01.14.2013 , 08:49 PM | #2
I'd love to see a holorecording or something of Zayne Carrick - he's my favorite Star Wars comic character, ever, and Miller did an awesome job with him. And I agree - the Force ghost the SI met should've been Raana Tey, not some new character.

Rahak's Avatar


Rahak
01.15.2013 , 04:16 AM | #3
I concur, there was a whole bunch of stuff they could have tapped into.
Kagekvinde