Star Wars fans may have never gotten the chance to see Leia (Carrie Fisher) interact with Senator Bail Organa (Jimmy Smits) on the big screen, but thanks to a new Star Wars comic, they can finally learn about the last words Leia's adoptive father had for the princess.
Kieron Gillen, Salvador Larroca, Guru-eFX and Clayton Cowles have a new Star Wars comic book where Luke Skywalker and Han Solo assist Leia in a mission that brings the team back to Jedha, the planet fans met in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
In the comic, the three cross paths with the Empire which is still trying to obtain the remains of the Kyber crystals after the first Death Star destroyed most of the planet. Pulled by the Force towards a different direction, Luke tries to separate from the mission, and Leia tries to ground him to his commitment by talking about the last words of her adoptive father.
After leaving Leia with the task of securing the Death Star plans and delivering them to the Rebellion's allies, Bail tries to strengthen his daughter's resolve by saying that there's no one better for the mission.
"There's no one better. I trust you more than anyone," the senator tells his daughter. "There's nothing you can't deal with."
Check out a few screenshots of the comic book down below:
Bail's words have more weight now that Carrie's gone – there's really nothing that the princess can't deal with. Not even death.
It's definitely going to be heartbreaking seeing Carrie in Star Wars: The Last Jedi when the film hits cinemas this Friday, December 15, 2017.