Knights of the Old Republic: Demon is not my favorite of the Knights of the Old Republic comics but that is not for any really important reasons. It did answer a lot of questions that have been rolling around for a bit, like why Rolan cares so much about Jarael. This pretty much ties up all of the loose ends that have been hanging around and in that sense it does a good job of ending the series. On that note the graphic novel also sets up the appropriate characters for the Knights of the Old Republic video game, especially Revan and Malak.
The artwork is dark and considerably muted which is consistent with the storyline. However, the story of Jarael’s past with slavers and trying to breed the Force into certain individuals didn’t really appeal to me. Plus I thought the plot twist at the end did not make much sense. The entire story arch didn’t seem nearly as exciting or important as the previous arch. However, I did like how this particular graphic novel made several references back to the Tales of the Jedi comic series because the two series have not had much in common so far despite the fact that they occur just a few dozen years apart. So not my favorite comic but with a few good perks.
Knights of the Old Republic #47-50