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Our great pals over at The Bearded Trio have recently welcomed a new blogger, and here’s Brad with a look at some Star Wars stories that he’d like to see told, including this one which right now is more pertinent than ever.

Maul’s Ascent To The Top Of Crimson Dawn

The appearance of Maul at the end of Solo was one of the most welcome out-of-leftfield surprises in any of the Disney-era films, and for good reason. His was a character that could not be contained in just The Phantom Menace. With Sam Witwer, Ray Park and Dave Filoni all combining their talents, Maul has found a grand life after TPM, not only here in Solo, but in The Clone Wars and Rebels. Maul has been given so much more depth, character and shifting motivations in his appearances in these stories. There’s clearly more story there to be mined, and the public is hungry for more of Maul.

Maul’s conversation with Qi’ra opened up a world of new possibilities for stories that centered on Crimson Dawn, how Maul ascended to the post he’s in, and what role Qi’ra has played in the organization. The #MakeSolo2Happen movement is alive and well on Star Wars Twitter. Hell, I’d watch Maul conduct a Crimson Dawn quarterly earnings call.

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Star Wars: Darth Maul, Shadow Hunter (Star Wars - Legends)
  • Reaves, Michael (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 448 Pages - 11/27/2001 (Publication Date) - Del Rey (Publisher)