I was reading Dark Horse Comics series: Star Wars #7, this evening and in the back it had a preview of the new J.A. Rinzler series called 'The Star Wars', based on George Lucas's 1974 rough draft of our favorite movie franchise. This gray-haired, middle aged man, General Skywalker, made a striking impression. I have read posts speculating on the possibility that Luke secludes himself on a planet, like Yavin, near a Jedi Temple, training a new generation of Jedi (or not) and getting beckoned by New Republican leaders, when the conflict begins. A recluse and reluctant Luke. Obviously an Old Ben type, but for different reasons. The rough draft version, 'The Star Wars', gave me a different impression. A man of action. A Jedi Master and a General ready to defend the New Republic without hesitation and with determination and fortitude. A man who would listen to counsel, but would make difficult decisions. Even if the consequences of those decisions were dire. Breaking alliances and ending friendships within the New Republican government and perhaps the Jedi Council itself. Affecting his familial relations as well. I liked this impression. What do you think? I searched for the topic. I didn't see anything. I apologize if it doesn't interest you.