Aphra and Luke Are Headed for Trouble in Screaming Citadel #1

Written by Kieron Gillen

Art and Cover Art by Marco Checchetto


Rebel pilot and rogue archaeologist wander side by side into the darkest shadows of the galaxy as Luke Skywalker reluctantly teams up with Doctor Aphra! The Doctor makes Luke an offer he can’t afford to pass up…one that leads him to a very rare gathering at the heart of the infamous Screaming Citadel. Will Luke find what he’s looking for? Can Aphra be trusted? Or will they both wind up victims of the Citadel’s Queen?


When we last left Luke Skywalker in the latest issue of the Star Wars comic (issue #30 – read Kyle’s review here), he was following the steps of an unnamed Jedi master described in Ben Kenobi’s journal (we, as readers, know that was Yoda) and finished his mission. On the other hand, our adventurous space archaeologist Doctor Aphra recovered her academic title and managed to snatch a dangerous Ordu Aspectu artifact.



The two meet in an alien bar on Horox III. You wonder how Luke ended up there. Has he forgotten about C-3PO or is his X-wing still broken? And what is with Luke and bar patrons? They really don’t like him. Aphra’s trouble, of course, is that she stole from the aliens. With the help of Black Krrsantan, the aliens – Sabats we saw for the first time in Rogue One – are defeated. Luke doesn’t want anything to do with Aphra because she worked for Darth Vader, but she has a perfect hook for the young Force user.



Aphra tells Luke how she looked into him after all the interest Vader had shown in him and what she found made her sure that he was Force sensitive. She has a deal for him.



Luke agrees to accompany Aphra to the Citadel of Ktath’atn where she hopes to curry favor from the Queen. The villagers they meet beneath the Citadel are starved and scared. Krssantan is forced to stay behind, because the Queen has “allergies to certain species”.


At the same time, Leia and Han discover where Luke went and with whom with Sana’s help. We learn why Luke was on the planet in the first place – Horox III is home to a temporary rebel outpost. Leia believes that Aphra abducted Luke again and although Han isn’t convinced, Sana believes it, because Aphra never considers the consequences of her actions.



In the Citadel, Aphra has spiffed up Luke for the reception as he is to be the main attraction for the Queen. In many ways, Luke is still the same farm boy we’ve met in A New Hope and it was entertaining to see him react to the crowd and try interacting with the guests.



As the guests approach the queen, she grants the favor to some and denies the others. When it comes time for Aphra and Luke’s turn, things don’t go as expected until Luke is forced (yes, I know) to demonstrate his power. Suddenly the party is over and all other guests are sent away. Aphra and Luke are promised that the Queen would hear their request in the morning.



In private, the Queen acknowledges Luke’s raw power, but also his lack of experience. She asks her servants to gather her harvest and feed her so they can be at full strength for their confrontation with the Jedi. It is clear the Queen is feeding on her people’s life-force through her servants which is probably the cause of their starved looks and fear. She obviously has a very specific fate for Luke in mind.



There is so much to like about Screaming Citadel. The interaction between Aphra and Luke is very entertaining. Luke is painfully naive and you want to protect him from Aphra, but at the same time she is so charming that you can’t help but like her. Luke keeps comparing her to Han, which she doesn’t find very flattering and I highly doubt Han would either. Luke’s reintroduction to murder-bots was funny as well. Additionally, we see Sana completely integrated among the rebels and working closely with Leia and Han. We’ll see how her obvious connection to Aphra plays out in the future.


In the new canon, we have seen many depictions of use of the Force, but never one employed by the Queen of Ktath’atn and her servants. Because there is always some truth in Legends, they might provide us with a possible answer. In Legends, the Dark Side users could drain life essence of the living beings and use Force connections to feed and gain strength. And, in terms of the Force, Luke is a veritable smorgasbord.



Marco Checchetto’s art and Andres Mossa’s colors fit incredibly well with obvious Gothic-influenced wind-swept and rain-soaked landscapes – from Horox III to the Queen’s fortress. Even Luke’s suit could fit right into Phantom of the Opera or Rebecca. Add starved villagers and menacing servants and we have the beginning of a genuine Star Wars Gothic horror story.



Screaming Citadel hooks you in from the very first page. It is highly entertaining, beautifully drawn and colored, and it is an excellent starting point for those who haven’t begun reading Star Wars comics to jump into the story. The story continues in Star Wars #31 when…


• Luke and Aphra face the Queen of the Citadel…

• …Han and Leia are coming…for Aphra?!




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53 thoughts on “Aphra and Luke Are Headed for Trouble in Screaming Citadel #1

  • May 10, 2017 at 11:33 pm

    This was a very promising start to this crossover. I always love Marco Chechetto’s art as well. The last arc in the main Star Wars title was just so-so, but this story arc has me excited again.

    • May 10, 2017 at 11:54 pm

      Unfortunately, Chechetto will do only covers from now on – Larroca (Star Wars) and Broccardo (Aphra) will do the art. I agree, I expected more from Yoda arc, but this one looks fun and I always want more Luke. 🙂

  • May 10, 2017 at 11:45 pm

    1. The artwork is fantastic, beautiful.

    2. Like Rogue One (the movie), this comic expands the SW universe during the original trilogy era (locales, designs, fashions, culture) in ways that seem to fit with what we know and accept as “Star Wars”.

    3. We see more of Aphra’s ship, the Ark Angel II, finally — its exterior shape and more of its interior. I’ve been curious about this. The issues so far of her comic haven’t given us many good views of its exterior and a sense of its interior layout. (I wonder about this, because I wonder if Hasbro may make a toy, or a fan modeler could make one, since an Aphra action figure will be released.)

    • May 10, 2017 at 11:57 pm

      I am not a ship nerd, but you can place your bet on that ship toy. If not immediately, in a very near future.

      I really want Checchetto to do more Star Wars. I loved his art in Shattered Empire and this one is amazing too.

      • May 11, 2017 at 3:12 pm

        I also enjoy his artwork. My only complaint is that most of his female characters look the same. Compare any of the characters like Shara Bey, Mother Pran, and even his take on Leia and Aphra and you’ll notice that they have very similar features, despite their ethnic heritage. But overall, I agree – his art is very visually pleasing.

  • May 11, 2017 at 12:30 am

    Doctor Aphra is Rey’s mother’s brother’s nephew’s cousin’s former roommate.

    • May 11, 2017 at 3:03 am

      So what does that make Rey’s relationship to Aphra – “Absolutely nothing!”

  • May 11, 2017 at 12:35 am

    Did they say how long the Star Wars series will run? Also JUST GIVE US A DAMN SPACE BATTLE ARC! IS THAT TO MUCH TO FUCKING ASK!

    • May 11, 2017 at 1:55 am

      It is on-going, so no. Unless they pull Darth Vader and start the main comicline in another timeline.

  • May 11, 2017 at 1:02 am

    And so begins another miniseries taking place between EPIV and EPV.

    Luke is really looking slick wearing that tux. ^_^

  • May 11, 2017 at 1:17 am

    How many years are set between Ep4 and Ep5 canonically.
    I just feel with the main star wars series + all the solo comics + all the books set in this time period, it getting difficult to believe all these seprate adventures have the time to occur.
    Additionally, while I love the comics, I feel the main Star Wars comic mixed with Vaders would have made a great animated show.

    • May 11, 2017 at 1:52 am

      In both Legends and in canon, the answer is three years. The Battle of Hoth takes place in 3 ABY.

  • May 11, 2017 at 1:58 am

    Seriously I didn’t mind Aphra when she was just a supporting character in Darth Vader, but seriously WHAT HAS/DOES she provide to the story? a) She’s really good at taking orders? b) She has a couple of droids that do all of her work for her but don’t respect at all? c) She is a token female character? I’m going with C. And WTF is up with the Aviator helmet and goggles? Unless she is racing pods, they serve no purpose.

    • May 11, 2017 at 3:38 pm

      Aphra being an archeologist brings alot to the Star Wars canon; by allowing us to delve into the history of the universe.
      I dont see her as a “token female character”. Nothing about he character is defined by her being female (make her male and the character is not altered).
      Futhermore, its great to focus on a completely new character exclusive to the comics side of canon. Constantly focusing Han,Leia and Luke has begun to get a tad boring; they clearly don’t want to spoil anything for the Sequel Triology, so they seem to be put them on essential pointless missions,

      Additonally, while I dont often like to use this argument, if you dont like the character don’t read the comic. The star wars canon is expansive now; its not like Aphras comic is preventing another character from getting a comic.
      Its only been about 2-3 years of content and there has been coutnless novels, comics. tv shows and films.

      As for her Aviator Helmet. Its simply fashion (why is han wearing a waistcoat) + I assume she often uses speeders in which the goggles come in handy.

      • May 11, 2017 at 6:39 pm

        She is a forced female character. That is why she is token. Just like the other token character that just had to be forced into Screaming Citadel, Sana. I am not stupid, I know the agenda Kathleen Kennedy is forcing, but I am trying to look past it and try to enjoy this new inferior Universe that replaced the real EU.

        And you’re right, lets focus on new characters, namely Ahsoka. Next to Rey and Poe she is my favorite new character and in my top 3 all time. And it seems like she is just being ignored. Filoni didn’t even intend for her to be in the last season of rebels. We shouldn’t be shoehorning throw away characters, when we don’t know what the hell is going on with one of the most popular NEW Star Wars characters.

        What about a solo Sabine Wren comic, exploring what she is doing with the Mandalorians? What about a Mon Mothma comic? A Fett/Bounty Hunter/ underworld comic? How about some more adventures with Twilight Company? What is Black Sun up to? And of course the obvious Mara Jade. I can go on and on.

        Maybe if Aphra was a character that could stand on her own, I could get into it. I mean in the first issue of Screaming Citadel, she already had to be rescued by Krrsantan right off the bat (I guess her droids got tired of saving her).

        And you are right, your argument of “if you don’t like it don’t read” it doesn’t fly. It always cracks me up when people say that. Then their favorite show a comic gets canceled and they’re crying that nobody watched it. Marvel comics took that attitude and now nobody buys their garbage (that’s a whole other conversation).

        And no the belt comparison doesn’t work. A better analogy would be if they never changed princess Leia’s buns from a new hope. I mean it’s on their head.

        I can say, at least Screaming Citadel has a good artist unlike the 10 year old that draws the Aphra book (and 95% of all Marvel books). That made her a little more tolerable.

        And she did finally take off the goggles and helmet.

        • May 11, 2017 at 7:10 pm

          Oh, the famous ‘agenda’ has reared it’s head. That, I am not touching.

          But, the rest? Ahsoka is the SW character since 2008. She had her own series, her book, has appeared in Rebels and will probably return in some form. Filoni, her co-creator, is the last to ignore her, he only tells the story that makes sense for the character and, you know, all the other characters in Rebels where she was intended to be in a supporting role.

          It is your personal opinion that Aphra doesn’t stand alone and that she is forced into the story. For others, like myself, she does stand alone and brilliantly so. It is a special kind of character that can go toe to toe with Vader and not be overshadowed. She was created for that comic and therefore wasn’t ‘forced’ or ‘shoehorned’. She didn’t replace any other character, given minor or insignificant role. Her own comic is fantastic and expends SW lore in a significant manner – it touches timeline not yet described in the new canon.

          She had to be saved by Krrsantan (from 50 aliens, may I add) is an argument? You mean, like Luke? Like Luke from Bespin? Like Han from carbonite? Like Leia from Death Star cell?

          You don’t like her, we get it. But, ‘token character’ she isn’t by the very definition of the term. And, sorry to say, the googles and helmet come back in the next issue as you can see by the cover. 🙂

          • May 11, 2017 at 7:34 pm

            Filoni was not going to include Ahsoka in the last season of Rebels until he “realized” how popular she was. It’s like they are clueless. She had a supporting role in Clones Wars, she should have been a primary character in Rebels. She did have a book, which if you read, should have been a jumping off point for a show, comic or movie.

            It’s not my opinion that Aphra does not stand alone, she literally has done nothing without the aid of another character. And she did not stand toe to toe with Vader, she had to go behind his back to the Emperor and, again, have someone else do the job for her. The latest Aphra rescue, is just one example, I think she has been saved in almost every book she has been in.

            Again, as a supporting character that pops up every once in a while, that’s fine. But there is only one reason she has her own book, she is female and new. And that is what I have a problem with.

        • May 11, 2017 at 9:45 pm

          So if we made she was male she would be a “Token male character”.

          The reason she was “forced” into the Screaming Citadel, isnt because Kathleen Kennedy has a an agenda (although I dont see how having female characters is wrong) + I doubt Kathleen priorities is a cross over comic series. It because crossovers boost sales of the solo lines. Its purely money; . Somebody might be just reading the Star Wars comic, then they meet Aphra in the Screaming Citadel. They enjoy Aphra in the Citadel series and go back and purchase her comics. Or vice versa.

          As for Aphra character. Her strength isnt phsyical. She maniuplates and tricks people. Thats why she is interesting. Because she is different.

          As for Ahsoka, I adore her. But she is hardly being ignored. She has had Clone Wars + Rebels + her own Novel (which is completely devoted to her). The reason why she likely hasnt had a comics series yet (which will likely come in the 5-issue character comics liek Lando, Darth Maul etc) is simply because they want us to beleieve she is “dead”. She is clealry returning in Rebels.
          There is also the possibilty she would get her own animated series following Rebels.

          • May 11, 2017 at 11:14 pm

            A male character of her caliber would never have been given their own series. That would be like Lobot from the Lando series getting his own book.

            Having female characters is not wrong, forcing female characters, because they are female is wrong. Especially when there are so many female characters that have been developed naturally that could be explored.

            Again, Aphra would be ok in a recurring role as a side character, but I don’t think she can carry her own book, I guess we will see.

          • May 11, 2017 at 11:55 pm

            How is giving a Female character a comic series forcing female characters. I suppose they were forcing Female jedi with Ahsoka having her be the lead in

            Im sorry but the reason a “character of Aphras calbier” has a comic series is because she is an archeologist. The comic is definetly unique compared with the rest of the star wars comics; as it explores the distant past of the Star Wars universe. If Aphra was male, the comic would still happen.

            This whole “forcing female characters” agenda in Star Wars is simply untrue. Every new main female (Ahsoka, Rey, Jyn,Aphra etc) is not defined by their gender. Being female does not affect their stories; make them male and the story is unchanged (despite perhaps romatic relationships).

            In honest opinion Im more angry that they are all female HUMANS. I want more alien main characters.

          • May 12, 2017 at 12:40 am

            I’m more angry that viewers are continuously getting exposed to tentacle monsters in the new Star Wars canon. First there were Rathtars in TFA, then Bor Gullet in Rogue One, then Rathtars again in the Darth Maul comic! One even crossed dimensions into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2’!

            Someone at Lucasfilm clearly has a fetish that needs to be put under control.

          • May 12, 2017 at 2:00 am

            Just out of curiosity, Disney owned Marvel, has changed the race/gender of Spider-Man, Wolverine, Captain America, Hawkey, Thor, Iron Man, Hulk x 2. Do you believe that this is not forced as well, and just totally a coincidence?

            I as well would not mind more Twi-Lek. And yes, Hera needs to change her damn outfit. She’s on like a Mickey Mouse level wearing that same ridiculous costume all the time.

          • May 12, 2017 at 3:51 pm

            In marvel (the superhero comics) I agree they have taken the PC thing too far. However I think some of the changes are great + interesting for the character.
            Miles Moralis: from another universe +hasnt replaced Peter Parker.
            Jane Foster Thor; Ive just started readin this series and I think it is great. Again Thor (OdinSon) isnt transfomerd into a woman.We follow his journey wwihtout the hammer and her jounrey taking up the mantle of Thor and
            X-23 as wolverine: She is taking up her fathers/clones mantle. Plus, we still have “Old Man Logan”.

            Again, with Star Wars, they arent swapping characters (Luke hasnt turned into woman) they are simply inrtoducing characters. And let be honest in the OT era (in which most of the comcis are set) based on the films there were hardly any women;Leia, Aunt Beru and Mon Mothma are the only ones with lines.
            And lets not beat around the bush. Newly introduced female characters are out numbered by new males characters.R1 we just got Jyn , TFA we just got Rey, Phasma and Maz (who desevves her own animated series as she is god), rebels weve just gotten Hera and Sabine. Now compare that to all the new male characters introduced in those repsective films/series.

      • May 12, 2017 at 2:28 am


    • May 12, 2017 at 2:30 am

      Exactly. She serves no real purpose and wore out her welcome imo when she managed to thwart Vader. The fact that they let her live after being ejected into space (and she laughed it off) just diminishes Vader. Bad move, whomever decided that one.

  • May 11, 2017 at 2:58 am

    Sigh…So when can we be done with Aphra? I do not understand the infatuation with this character – or these comics. Sorry, the art is BEAUTIFUL, but the comic book stories are silly and for the most part reduce the classic characters that the majority of Star Wars fans have worshiped for 40 years. Just seeing the picture of Luke in that ridiculous “Vampire Diaries” outfit made me want to vomit. All in the name of profit, huh Marvel/Lucasfilm/Disney?

    • May 11, 2017 at 8:24 am

      Quit complaining. Aphra is a well-liked character.

      • May 11, 2017 at 8:25 am

        Well, since you said so….no….

      • May 11, 2017 at 6:45 pm

        Do you have any numbers to back this up, or are you just assuming since Marvel gave a token character their own book, that means they are actually liked?

        • May 12, 2017 at 1:34 am

          She won the 3.75-inch figure contest.

          • May 12, 2017 at 1:44 am

            Yeah funny how that happened after the actually favorites were eliminated from the competition:

            “But, fans of the Expanded Universe were equally upset. Ben Skywalker was a clear favorite and just like the Tonnika Sisters needed to be included in the final Top 6. Ben Skywalker was likely thrown out by Hasbro because they suspected foul play and didn’t take their time to look into this properly. To them it was a repeat of the Jaina Solo vote from last year. Again, just like people who wasted their vote for the Tonnika Sisters, fans who voted for Ben Skywalker wasted their vote as well. “

          • May 12, 2017 at 1:46 am

            Sorry that organized efforts to swing votes were thwarted, but that doesn’t negate the fact that Aphra is clearly an immensely popular character.

          • May 12, 2017 at 2:12 am

            That doesn’t make any sense. So organizing to vote is a bad thing now? Are political campaigns included with that? What about high school student council, “vote for Sally pins” are those bad as well?

            What is exactly was “thwarted”?

          • May 12, 2017 at 1:07 pm

            A yearly effort to block out any characters other than Legends fans’ pre-ordained winner.

    • May 11, 2017 at 12:13 pm

      No one is forcing you to read the comics if you don’t like them.

      • May 11, 2017 at 6:44 pm

        Yeah that approach worked great for Marvel comics. Wonder how bad their sales report looks this month.

        • May 11, 2017 at 9:26 pm

          For better or worse, that’s what voting with your wallet looks like.
          There are a tonne of reasons Marvel’s sales have gone down, but their ‘Star Wars’ comics are hardly one of them.

          • May 11, 2017 at 11:01 pm

            My example was not in reference to Start Wars comics specifically. They are the only comic I read now from Marvel. My Marvel example was only used to show what happens when a property takes the attitude of “if you don’t like it, don’t partake”. It all sounds great until reality hits.

          • May 12, 2017 at 12:24 am

            That would would kind of have to be the underlying attitude of all good story-tellers if they want to have confidence in their writing, rather than being accused of being corporate sell-outs, though, right? The results, though, may vary. The main take-away in most cases, though, seems to be that whatever an editorial tries to push for and control to capture the zeitgeist ends up alienating most fans in the long-run.

            Take ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’, for example. Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (DnA) got to essentially weave a bunch of D-list characters into some of the best comics Marvel has had in years, making jabs at the mainstream events supposedly headlining their comics universe (especially ‘Civil War’, which totally deserves it) and taking their cosmic side by storm. It worked because Marvel’s editorial didn’t really take notice of their run, most probably due it always being on the lower half of the top 100 sales, despite a growing number of fans. When the editorial wanted to cash in on the then-upcoming film, they cancelled DnA’s run and got Brian Michael Bendis – of all people – to helm a new one. The series essentially lost the boldness that made it special because Marvel wanted more people to “partake”. Common consensus seems to be that Bendis’s run isn’t as good (and that’s putting it kindly). Meanwhile, the omnibus collections of DnA’s run released since the first film came to cinemas have sold out. So a version of ‘Guardians’ did reach a wider audience thanks to its voice (and the film), just not in the way Marvel editorial predicted it would.

            Marvel’s more recent attempts at being bold were much less successful. Again, there are many reasons for this (hello, non-stop events!), but one major factor could have been the more direct self-aware confrontation with fans in the text of their comics itself. While fans can always stop buying a comic book whenever they want, classifying them as ‘haters’ because they don’t like the direction taken is sure to leave a good number of them cold.

            Back to this story, I don’t think it fits into the latter category. It’s not pushing itself as being hip and progressive. It’s a strange story in the ‘Star Wars’ universe, still to fully unfold. We’re all free to partake or otherwise, and I don’t see anything in the story itself that suggests I should think otherwise.

            Or, at the end of the day, I just don’t understand the intricacies of the comic book or canon junkie and his/her compulsion to buy and fit everything into his/her perspective. I just buy the stories I love and essentially ignore all the rest, so I can more easily let go of anything I don’t like.

      • May 11, 2017 at 10:16 pm

        That is a common response when someone is critical of art – “no one is forcing you to look upon it.” This is obvious. Of course no one is forcing me. That doesn’t mean that I can’t be critical and offer my opinion. This is trash – plain and simple. I applaud the artists for their obvious skill but the writing is beyond terrible. They took a crappy vampire story, slapped a “Star Wars” logo on it, and are trying to make money off of it. I think it’s stupid so I’m calling Marvel out. I realize others may not agree with me, and that’s fine – but I’m still entitled to offer my critique…

        • May 11, 2017 at 11:38 pm

          There is a difference between criticising art and criticisng its place in a collection – or canon – as you seem to be, though. Normally someone doesn’t scream at the curator of a museum at the top of his voice to remove its Picasso collection just because he subjectively prefers Monet. He just ignores the Picasso section and moves on.

          Can this comic seem out of place and weird in the Star Wars universe? Sure, and it’s not completely unlike the addition of zombies in the old EU. I’m actually still a bit unsure about it myself until I read the final issue. That doesn’t mean it’s inherently bad and uninteresting, though. It’s just not your cup of tea, which is fine.

          If you want real creative bankruptcy, try the “Fifty Shades” trilogy, Alan’s Moore’s continued use of rape as a storytelling device or Marvel’s worrying addiction to meaningless events. This, however, is hardly getting so worked up over.

          • May 12, 2017 at 2:15 am

            I don’t mind screaming at the curator in the middle of the museum – looking completely insane. It’s crap. Get it off my lawn.

  • May 11, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    We saw a similar ‘force-essence’ draining on Bardotta.

  • May 11, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    I didn’t like it. The art is great, there’s a couple of good jokes, but overall I didn’t have a star-wars-vibe from this comic at all, more like a vampire-party-vibe :))

    • May 13, 2017 at 9:00 am

      I have mixed feelings about the various comics — the art in many of them is great, but when the stories delve into more mystical stuff, it kind of loses me too (I had this problem with the first arc of the Doctor Aphra comic). I enjoy this first issue of Screaming Citadel because of its artwork, and I try not to take the crazy stuff (the vampire Goth queen) too seriously. It works better (for me) if I regard it as campy. It’s reminding me of the wacky stories that were told in the original Star Wars Marvel comic.

      My early impression is that this is what a Star Wars story would be like if the creator of American Horror Story wrote one.

  • May 12, 2017 at 2:23 am

    Oh no, not more Aphra. She is not what we need in SW, imo. Overpowered bitchy women are not like-able, sorry.

    • May 12, 2017 at 2:26 am

      Dude, I completely agree with you about Aphra being lame – but come on. “Overpowered bitchy women” – uh…like Princess Leia?

      • May 12, 2017 at 2:31 am

        Leia was not op. Did you read the DV comics with Aphra?

  • May 12, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    Was that a (another) Serenity cameo? Left upper corner of the establishing shot with the Falcon.

    The Queen reminded me somewhat of a Nightsister, perhaps this will explain the vampire like qualities.

    Also, what if Mace Windu survived, came to this court to once a year exclaim “This party’s over.”

    • May 12, 2017 at 3:45 pm

      – We. Are. The party.
      -Not. Yet.

    • May 12, 2017 at 3:48 pm

      It’s very similar, but I don’t think it is. On the other hand, I CAN imagine a meeting between Han and Mal and wonder who will get into more trouble. 😀

      It is intended that the Queen evokes witches or vampires because Gillen wanted to write a horror story in Star Wars.

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