One of the most beloved characters of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was the reprogrammed Imperial Droid, K-2SO. Actor Alan Tudyk helped bring the character to life, and served as the film’s much-needed comic relief given the grim nature of the mission to retrieve the Death Star plans.
Tudyk has ventured back into the Star Wars universe as K-2SO – but not necessarily in film or animated form. Tudyk is contributing a story to the third issue of IDW Comics’ Star Wars Adventures with K-2SO returning for this story.
In this issue, Tudyk writes “Adventures in Wookiee-Sitting” in which K-2SO and Captain Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) have to deal with baby Wookiees. Tudyk revealed to Nerdist how he contributed:
“I wrote some of K-2SO’s words in this. I know how he speaks and thinks since I spoke and thunk him in Rogue One.”
You can see a sample of the comic down below:
IDW Comics’ Star Wars Adventures issue #3 will be available to purchase in comic book stores on October 11, 2017.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is now available to own on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. It is also available to stream on Netflix.
Meanwhile, Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrives in our galaxy on December 15, 2017.
‘Rogue One’ Characters Ranked From Worst To Best
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has finally blasted into theaters, and now that many have had the chance to finally see the first standalone adventure in the franchise, many have had the opportunity to embrace the newest character additions to the galaxy. Each character added a fascinating new dynamic to the franchise, and if you were to ask me, there are a couple of characters in this ensemble that are destined to become icons in this series. So without further ado, let’s rank the brand new characters of Rogue One from worst to best.