014 - Book III Part 1: Legend Lost The art is very well done, and I liked how [redacted] and [redacted]'s story mirrored each other. No action, but good writing and art make this one of my favorites in the ongoing series. Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler The first few pages are a touching tribute to L'ulo with Poe telling the story of Obi-wan's body disappearing and that we are luminous beings, a story he heard when he was a kid. It's heavily implied that he heard the story from Leia which she must have told him after talking to Luke about the Force. The story switches to Terex in a prison cell on a First Order ship in an Unknown Region. He screams for Phasma claiming he has information - the memory unit he cut out of C3P0. It is revealed that when BB-8 shocked Terex (last issue) that it must have erased it. Of course, the Resistance doesn't know that, nor do they know Oddy's location - something about a reconfigured escape pod. Also, Poe reminds General Leia that he needs to find Lor San Tekka, his original mission. Leia gets a little angry with Poe and orders that he is grounded until he figures **** out. Back to Terex - due to his disobedience, he is scheduled to be sent to the mines. Similarly, Phasma tells Terex, like Leia tells Poe, to talk to her again when he figures **** out. After meeting with his crew briefly, and looking at them tell stories of L'ulo, Poe figures it out that it's not about him or Leia, it's about everyone else. He meets with Leia and he and his team are ungrounded. She has a mission for them. Similarly, Terex meets with Phasma after some reflection, hitting some major points, but sounding a little scatterbrained in his assessment of the situation. He says that control is more important than order. Phasma agrees and Terex is taken away. It is revealed that there is some sort of device on the side of his face (borg esque) making him subservient to Phasma. She has a mission for him. Again, the art is very well done, and I liked how Poe and Terex's story mirrored each other. No action, but good writing and art make this one of my favorites thus far.