Jedi vs. Sith

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Jedi vs. Sith
Star Wars Jedi vs. Sith 01.jpg
issue one of the series
Publication information
Publishing company Dark Horse Comics
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Schedule Monthly
Format Limited series
Release date(s) 18 April 2001 -
19 September 2001
Country United States
Language English
No. of issues 6
Expanded Universe
Era Sith
Series Jedi vs. Sith
Galactic Year 1000 BBY
Canon C
Preceded by Reunion
Followed by All For You
Script writer Darko Macan
Cover artist(s) Andrew Robinson
Penciller(s) Ramon F. Bachs
Inker(s) Raul Fernandez
Colorist(s) Chris Blythe
Letterer(s) Steve Dutro

Jedi vs. Sith is a six-part Star Wars comic book series which was released in a trade paperback graphic novel format. It was created by Ramon F. Bachs, Raul Fernandez and Darko Macan. It was published by Dark Horse Comics (and by Titan Books in Britain).


The events depicted are set in the Star Wars expanded universe about 1000 years before the prequel films. It tells the story of the Battle of Ruusan, which concludes the New Sith Wars between the Sith and the Jedi. The comic books series depicts the apparent destruction of the Sith order, caused by them using a destructive Force technique called a thought bomb against the Jedi but which ends up destroying the Sith as well. It describes how and why Darth Bane, the sole Sith survivor of the Battle of Ruusan reforms the Sith order into having the one-master-one-apprentice structure known from the films. All these events are seen through the eyes of three children from a backwater planet recruited into the rank of the Jedi, one of whom, Darth Zannah, becomes the first apprentice in the new Sith order.

Describing the events that lead to the construction of the monument, the Valley of the Jedi, Jedi vs. Sith links up with the Jedi Knight computer game series. By involving Darth Bane and the reformation of the Sith, it also links up with the Star Wars films. It also links with the novel Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, which parallels many events from the comic.

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