Marvel’s comic about Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) might shed some light on how General Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) might say goodbye in “Star Wars: Episode IX.” With the unexpected death of the late actress loved for her character as Princess Leia, Lucasfilm has to bring her story to a close.

In fact, the Film company insisted it is not going to use CGI to make Fisher once again appear in the movie. So, as the “Poe Dameron #26” comic now caught up to the movies, it tells the events after “The Last Jedi” and “The Force Awakens,” this might tell what will happen next to Leia.

Leia’s failing body

Screenrant points out that the comic series starts with General Leia Organa sitting next to Chewbacca in the Millennium Falcon. She doesn’t look well as she seems to be feeling some “echoes” from the past because of the Force. She sees heartbreaking Force visions and flashbacks as she recalls Han Solo (Harrison Ford) sitting on the pilot’s seat. As she has a different look in her eyes, this might indicate that she is about to join her late husband and brother, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), in the afterlife soon.

This can be proved by her looks in “Poe Dameron #27." Leia is visibly weaker here compared to the last time fans saw her. As she was ejected along with many others out onto space in "The Last Jedi" and miraculously survived and healed, the comic might reveal she might be dealing with the real effect of being vacuumed out into the cosmos.

She can also be seen leaning on the Falcon’s doorway and finds Poe, Rey (Daisy Ridley), and Finn (John Boyega) sharing their action reports. Leia then tells them that she has to take a rest as she is still not feeling one hundred percent. She also said that she needs to talk to Poe as soon as possible.

A new leader

From the looks of it, “Poe Dameron #27” is the continuation of “The Last Jedi.” So, there is a big possibility that it tells the story of “Star Wars: Episode IX.” Here, she will be teaching Poe how to lead the Rebels.

As Leia looks visibly weak, it looks like she is about to let Poe lead the Resistance. However, it is yet to be known if it will happen when she dies or if she is going to retire.

“Episode IX” is supposed to be about Leia. However, J.J. Abrams, along with his writers, have to undergo some heavy rewriting to tell her story because of Fisher’s surprising death.

As Lucasfilm is known for binding the "Star Wars" movies to secrecy, fans still have to wait and see what will really happen next to the Resistance’s leader in the sequel trilogy’s final instalment, according to Screenrant.