Review: ‘Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures’ (#11)

Since becoming the Eye of the Nihil, Marchion Ro has had his fair share of difficulties with the inherent treachery of the Nihil.

His protege, Krix Kamerat appears to be no stranger either as Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures begins to set off in a new direction. 

As the story unfurls, we see that Krix’s accomplice Sabata is setting him up to die in a clash with the Jedi, banking on Krix’s connections to his former friend Zeen. 

Sabata Krill certainly isn’t one to be ignored, either, considering this character previously tried to infiltrate the Jedi on Takodana just a few issues ago. 

She makes a few apt assessments about the Jedi as well, which continues to fuel my belief that the Nihl are, at least mostly, right about the way that the Jedi act. 

Of course, on the Starlight Beacon, the Jedi are entirely unaware of the potential danger they’re at risk of facing.