All Signs Are Pointing To A Star Wars Crimson Dawn Show I LRM Barside Buzz

Let the speculations begin! With Star Wars announcements starting to leak out and getting to the public.  It is time to look at what might be next in the Star Wars universe regarding our favorite Sith Lord. Ever since The Phantom Menace fans have been clamoring for more Darth Maul.  Luckily, we have Dave Filoni and he was able to reintroduce our favorite Sith Lord during The Clone Wars and then later in Star Wars: Rebels.

Say what you want about Solo, but the final scene of the movie which included Ray Park as Darth Maul opened the possibilities of more stories outside the Skywalker story. Let’s look at signs that point to the show happening.

The last season of The Clone Wars set up Crimson Dawn at the beginning

The last season of The Clone Wars showed us that our favorite Sith was busy building an underground syndicate throughout the galaxy.  In the lead up to the series finale we saw Maul discussing the next steps for the syndicate after the siege of Mandalore had started.  In the clip we saw the leaders for the Pykes and Black Sun along with Dryden Vos from the Solo movie. Although the clip was short it was enough of an Easter eggs to get fans excited of what could be.

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What about Ray Park?

Let’s put it this way, I don’t think it would take a whole lot of convincing to come back as Darth Maul.  If you follow Ray Park on Instagram you can see that he is still in great shape and he has not let go of his Sith roots.  Ray has been quoted in multiple interviews that he will always be ready to wear the horns again.

 

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Would it be animated or a live action show?

The debate could go either way.  Before the last season of The Clone Wars I would have said that it had to be live action. But with what Dave Filoni was able to create with the epic lightsaber battle between Ahsoka and Maul using motion capturing I would be fine with an animated show.  Let’s not forget that Ray Park came back to do the motion capturing for Maul in this iconic battle.  What kinda makes me want it to be an animated series is having Sam Witwer voice Darth Maul once again.

What do you all think? With speculation still around the future Star Wars Disney+ shows could we possibly see a show focused solely on Darth Maul. Would you watch a Crimson Dawn tv show or should we just leave Darth Maul to The Clone Wars and Rebels show.

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Michael "Shockey" Connally is a Senior Editor and the Site Administrator for LRM. He has a passion for all sports, comics, and everything Star Wars.

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