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Darth Vader comic by Stephen King is a “dramatic, compelling story” for teens

The first issue of a new Darth Vader graphic novel by Stephen Kings is an emotional rollercoaster, with readers telling their own tales of his childhood and the Dark Side of the Force.

The story begins in 1977, when the Sith Lord Darth Vader was born and raised on the desert planet Tatooine.

King tells his tale of a Jedi Knight who rises up against his oppressors, then takes up a life as a bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe.

The tale of how Vader got his start and the path he took to the dark side are among the more compelling aspects of the story.

“I have a deep admiration for the young man who created the first Darth Vader,” King said.

“And as a young person, I could not have been more proud of his courage and bravery.”

The Star Wars author and illustrator also spoke to the Globe about the process of crafting the story and his thoughts on Star Wars, writing comics and how the Darth Vader franchise is far from dead.

Why did you want to tell this story?

The Dark Side is so important to me.

I’m not a fan of the old Dark Side, and I think Star Wars has been a huge part of my life for a long time.

When I read that Vader’s first adventure is on Tatooina, it really resonated with me.

It was a very important moment in his life and he was the first Jedi Knight in his family, so he wanted to have his own adventures.

And also, he wanted something to inspire him and inspire the young people around him.

He also wanted to see what it was like to be a Jedi, and that’s what I tried to do with the story as well.

What inspired you to do this?

I’m a big Star Wars fan.

I have a really deep appreciation for the original trilogy, and Star Wars is so rich in history.

There are many elements of it that I think are very important.

For me, the way Darth Vader became Darth Vader and became Darth was incredibly emotional and powerful and very relatable.

And that was also what inspired me to do it, because I wanted to tell the story of how Darth Vader’s childhood came to be, and how he went through his early days as a Jedi.

What was the hardest part about the Darth Sith story?

It’s really a huge undertaking to write the book in a single day.

It took me four months to write it.

It is such a huge, complicated, intense undertaking.

It has to be relatable, but also powerful.

And when you think about how many of the characters in this book are completely new to the galaxy, the writing has to work with that.

I also have to keep the pacing consistent and consistent in order to make it feel like it is a standalone story.

What are some of the challenges you faced in writing this book?

It takes a long, long time to write a comic, and it was also challenging to have to work on a project that I love doing, and something I want to do for years to come.

It’s not like I’m just doing it because I want it to be cool, but I also love writing.

The work involved also required a lot of time and patience, because there are a lot more pages than I expected to have, and also the dialogue and dialogue has to match the tone and the story I’m telling.

What were your thoughts about the first issue?

I was really happy with the outcome.

I was actually quite happy with how the story ended.

I loved the way the story progressed and the way it took a few months to develop.

It felt very satisfying.

And I also thought the story was really interesting.

I had never heard of a Darth Vader book before, and now I have, it’s really cool to have something like this.

It really does feel like a new Star Wars.

How does this story compare to other Star Wars books?

I think the book is much more realistic.

It definitely takes a lot longer to write than other books.

It also has more action and characters.

But it’s not all action.

There is a lot less death and destruction.

And it’s a very dark, gritty, gritty story.

The first thing that comes to mind is that it’s dark and gritty because of the Sith and the darkness and the dark sides of the force.

It feels very true to the Star Trek universe, and Darth Vader is Darth Vader.

I thought it was really good writing.

And there is also a lot to be said about how the Force works.

The Force is such an important part of our world, and a lot is being said about its importance in our lives.

It helps us to control emotions and things.

It allows us to be aware of our emotions and emotions can be very powerful and they can also be destructive.

What would you say is the biggest problem with Darth Vader?

One of the biggest problems with this book is the amount of characters and