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Star Wars: Inquisitors #1 (of 4)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.


Weapons of the Emperor, sent out into the galaxy to track down and kill any Jedi who survived Order 66, the ruthless Inquisitors are among the most skilled and deadly threats to those who served the light side of the Force.

Buried in the annals of Jedi lore is the story of Tensu Run, the Jedi who faced the Inquisitors and Darth Vader!

What became of him, and why did the Empire so greatly fear his existence?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
33 pages
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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Even though it’s only been a single issue, we can’t help but imagine all the other Jedi we could potentially meet in the book’s future, whether they be standalone stories or long-form archs. Of course, these are still Star Wars comics we’re talking about so the subsequent chapters might not live up to this debut installment, but even if the book mostly maintains consistency, then Inquisitors could be the best new Star Wars title in years.

  • 95

    Nerd Initiative

    Star Wars: Inquisitors #1 brings us into a post-Jedi world and manages to keep the hope alive that this franchise is so well known to do. I enjoy getting to learn more about The Inquisitors and spending time with them and other Jedi in this post-Order 66 galaxy. It expands upon the lore and allows us to return to this galaxy far far away.

  • 90

    Comic Watch

    Star Wars: Inquisitors #1 is a promising start to what looks be an exciting and interesting story into the fallen Jedi whose job is to hunt down surviving Jedi and carry out the will of the Emperor and Darth Vader as enforcers. Tensu Run, the Jedi created for the story, is seamlessly incorporated into the existing Star Wars mythos and is a fresh character that Barnes can explore along with The Inquisitors.

  • 85


    Overall, Star Wars: Inquisitors #1 is a great start to a comic that explores the darker side of the Star Wars universe. The only thing that could have made this better is if Jason Issacs was reading it aloud.

  • 70


    The opening issue doesn’t offer more insight into the sect of the Inquisitors, and only gives us one of their number. Hopefully we’ll get more of both in the issues to come. As for the concept, I’m all for giving the Inquisitors their own adventures and I’m very curious to see where things go from here.

  • 50

    SWNN - Star Wars News Net

    The Grand Inquisitor is probably the most well fleshed out member of the Inquisitorius already, so there is a greater opportunity to learn more about the Fifth Brother, Seventh Sister and Ninth Sister in future issues.

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