A project that I feel would have been better served if it would have come out at the same time as the novels.
On a planet ruled by a tribe of Sith—marooned thousands of years ago and cut off from the galaxy—the throne holder is about to be challenged by a power-hungry Sith rebel from the slums . . . and a thwarted royal Sith princess! Their few shared interests set them on a quest together—but most certainly not as partners!
The saga of the lost tribe continues in comics, following the release of John Jackson Miller’s Lost Tribe of the Sith: The Collected Stories—in print from Del Rey Books!
* Debuts one month after John Jackson Miller’s Lost Tribe of the Sith prose novel from Del Rey Books!
USA Today's article: http://www.usatoday.com/l...c-book-series/54730214/1
The protagonist of The Lost Tribe (who
would probably be a villain in any other series), the anarchist and
would-be assassin Spinner yearns to tear apart
the Tribe and has the ability to turn anything he can find into a Force-fueled weapon.
His nemesis is the female keeper of order Takara, a Sith with her own ambitions.
"There's a fun contrast between the two of them," Miller says. "Think of the difference between the lawful-evil and chaotic-evil alignments in Dungeons
& Dragons. Just because she wants to stop Spinner doesn't mean she hasn't got her own plans cooking. And as we know from Palpatine, Sith are born manipulators."