- Alternate Character Interpretation: In the Jango Fett issue, a Twi'lek hires Jango to bring his daughter back after she decided to elope with Griph, who has ties to Black Sun. We don't get the full context of why the father wants his daughter back, but it should be noted that Griph is a Falleen, a species that can emit powerful pheromones, which can attract mates of almost any species. Does the Twi'lek father simply not want his daughter going out with a Black Sun member, or does he have rational concerns that his daughter is in a non-consenting relationship? Furthermore, is the daughter genuinely in love with Griph and wish to join Black Sun, or is she under the pheromones' influence?
- Author's Saving Throw: After many complaints that Disney was deliberately ignoring the prequel era (a debate which we won't get into here), the comic series (alongside the renewal of The Clone Wars and the upcoming release of Master and Apprentice and Queen's Shadow) has been welcomed as fresh change of pace in the Star Wars franchise.
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