Luke Skywalker Anticipates Rey in Marvel's Star Wars: The Last Jedi Comic

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When Marvel announced that they would be adapting Star Wars: The Last Jedi into a six-issue comic series, fans were pleasantly surprised to know that new scenes would be added. At the time, Marvel didn't say what kind of scenes these would be but a recent preview of next week's issue has revealed some of them and they might actually impact the story a bit.

As fans can see in this preview (via Newsarama), Star Wars: The Last Jedi Adaptation #1 has a whole new scene from Luke Skywalker's perspective. In it, he discusses how much strength it takes to cut the Force out, something that wasn't discussed in the movie until he started to train Rey. What's more, he actually begins to anticipate Rey's appearance, stating that no matter how hard he tries, sometimes the Force will make itself known.

(Marvel Comics/Michael Walsh)

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(Marvel Comics/Michael Walsh)

(Marvel Comics/Michael Walsh)

(Marvel Comics/Michael Walsh)

There's also a scene set before the film's opening, which has Leia Organa, Poe Dameron, and General Akbar discuss how they'll take on The First Order. In the end, we all know how that turns out; with Poe and BB-8 taking on these foes.

Honestly, these changes aren't exactly game-changing but they do add a new perspective to the film's story. It will be interesting to see how many more scenes are added to the other issues.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Adaptation #1 comes out on May 9.

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