So I have been reading star wars marvel comics recently, and I find it interesting how the Inquisitors are not mentioned in these OT era works. You would think especially in Vader's series which deals with certain forces out to replace Vader's position (and the theme of technology replacing force users), there would at least be a reference to this darkside organization. The picture seems to suggest to me that the Inquisitor faction doesn't exist anymore in the OT period. It would also go along with Tarkin's line of Vader being the last remnant of the Jedi religion. After all the Inquisitors could be seen as a dark spin off of the Jedi Order (even starting out with former Jedi). But in your opinions, should the Empire stop having Inquisitors when ANH rolls around? Better to keep them alive in just the 19yrs of the dark times? On the other side, should the Empire still maintain Inquisitors, even post-RoTJ? For me, I am willing for this evil faction to be defeated before the events of the OT. As long as its not at the cause of Kanan and Ezra, and the Rebellion. If it was wiped out, its best done because of Sith treachery. Feeding on the theme of darksiders vs themselves. And if the Empire "decomissions" them, their should be a few former Inquisitors escaping. I am a big fan of Jerec returning to the new continuitty. Unfortunately if every single Inquisitor ate dirt before ANH, a nu Jerec is limited to just the dark times. What would benefit star wars is him surviving some Imperial purge and coming out of the shadows early post-RoTJ for a power grab. A few ex-Inquisitors is also a chance to explore darksiders in the OT beyond just sticking to Vader and Palpatine, and without the plot armor those 2 have. Imagine a mini series about one involved in the underworld during the OT, avoiding the Empire's eyes. With those 2 dead post-RoTJ, it still gives the galaxy a few darksiders before Snoke and Kylo rule the stage of darksiders.