A calm before the storm episode finds the Bad Batch saving Cid from two criminal factions and making a potential ally.
The Jedi with the cane lightsaber who stole hearts in The Clone Wars is MIA in the Star Wars universe. Oh, where could he be?
Hera Syndulla’s arc wraps up as leaders in both the Bad Batch and the Empire go rogue.
Most franchises are failing at Latine representation in Hollywood. Lucasfilm, take note.
The merging of Filoni’s Star Wars animation-verse continues as the story shifts to Ryloth and the Twi’leks post-Clone Wars. The 11th episode, “Devil’s Deal,” was a good time to do the first major perspective shift of the series. The episode focuses mainly on the Empire’s burgeoning occupation of Ryloth and begins similarly to “Common Ground” … Continue Reading The Bad Batch: Devil’s Deal Thoughts
More than halfway through the season, episode ten finds the team, and the series, going in circles.
Anime Expo Lite gave us our first look at Star Wars Visions coming this September.
Wonder what a nightmare Vegas vacation would be like that does not involve Chevy Chase? Look no further.
Wrapping up Wave One of The High Republic, the last High Republic Adventures issue ends with a big reveal.
We get more answers to the mystery surrounding Omega and a battle between bounty hunters.
How far back can a long time ago stretch? Exclusive for FanFare on Medium.
Crosshair and Crosshair’s attitude return in this episode to try and end the Bad Batch, but a whole other problem is waiting in the wings.
I’ve joined a Baaaad Batch of Pop Culture Writers over on Medium.
Rex finally shows up just in time for things to go bad for the Bad Batch.
The emergence of Saw Gerrera in The Bad Batch as an immediate person of concern for the Empire got me thinking…what is his old fighting partner up to?
The Bad Batch takes a trip to Corellia to retrieve a valuable item from the Clone Wars and meets two familiar sisters along the way.
The comic crossover event could hint at the future of upcoming Disney+ series and Lucasfilm creatives.
The recommendation for June as the summer season begins is a Galaxy’s Edge novel that is like reading an addictive Hallmark movie.
The fifth episode of The Bad Batch feels more like The Mandalorian as the team delves deeper into the underworld and meets an old acquaintance of the Jedi.
How publishing and the Expanded Universe in the 90s kept Star Wars alive and helped it become the most successful Space Opera franchise of all time.
Fennec Shand makes her animated debut and inadvertently gives the Bad Batch much needed lessons for surviving their new reality.
Revisiting an old The Clone Wars episode in season one made me wonder: Is Lucasfilm sitting on an epic General Grievous story?
Crosshair returns to lead Imperial recruits on a mission as the transition from Republic to Empire starts to take shape.
Hutt politics threaten trouble but a solution is presented that could have lasting impact as the Jedi figure out how to defeat the Drengir. Meanwhile, Zeen and Krix manage to find trouble of their own.
Cavan Scott is the next writer up for a two-part story in Star Wars Insider, involving a new character who has to solve a mystery amid the fallout of The Great Disaster.
The second episode gives some hints at the other problems the team might face besides their former brother hunting for them.
The second new Star Wars Disney+ series The Bad Batch starts with the birth of the Galactic Empire and a whole set of problems for our heroes.
There can only be one recommendation for the beginning of May. Get ready for The Bad Batch with The Clone Wars arc that serves as a pilot.
Over the past five years, Lucasfilm and ILMxLAB have brought some unique experiences to a new, but still struggling gaming platform.
Many outlets are discussing The High Republic wave two projects as a whole but let’s focus on the two most unique projects and the bigger picture.
The fate of the bounty hunter who could hold his own against the Jedi during the Clone Wars is unknown and open for speculation.
Some exposition on the Drengir and a clearer picture of what Marchion Ro seeks awaits readers in April’s issues of The High Republic and The High Republic Adventures.
A good YA novel for new Star Wars fans to get a brief history of the major canon events.
As filming is about to begin for the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, the official cast list was released and there are already some good signs that this could be one of the best Disney+ series yet.
The top ten best character stories from Star Wars: A Certain Point of View.
While we wait for the Obi-Wan series, let’s take a look back at Lucasfilm’s first big swing into VR chronicling a period in Vader’s life after Episode III.
Which Star Wars tropes get you excited and which tropes cause your eyes to roll?
Whether or not these projects will pick up again in the future, these cancellations reveal a larger creative challenge for publishing in the Disney+ era. Last week, DK Publishing and Del Rey Books put out a quick statement on their respective Twitter accounts that The Mandalorian Ultimate Visual Guide and The Mandalorian Original Novel … Continue Reading The Mandalorian Publishing Cancellations Point to a Larger Creative Challenge
As Star Wars gets ready to move away from the Skywalker Saga (at least from the films), there is one Skywalker that has not quite gotten her moment. Should Lucasfilm change that?
Let’s take a look at the top five MVPs of Stormtroopers in canon based on face time, iconography, and just pure joy.
Does this Jedi Knight who made the most of one appearance in The Clone Wars, but had a whole history in legends, have a future in the Star Wars universe?
Keeve Trennis, Avar Kriss, and Sskeer face one big bad while Lula Talisola, Yoda, and the gang have to fight off another as The High Republic comic series continues. Mild spoilers.
It’s time to get to know the Ghost Crew in the short film that kicked off Disney’s first Star Wars series, Rebels: Spark of the Rebellion.
Another character in the Sequel trilogy that the creators just didn’t know what to do with and got an underwhelming ending after showing some promise. Let’s imagine a better conclusion for Armitage Hux.
The Mandalorian brand carries more weight in value than anything else in the Star Wars Universe.
This post is full of spoilers of Light of the Jedi, A Test of Courage, Into the Dark, The High Republic, and High Republic Adventures. She’s a chunky post so grab some tea or coffee and settle in as we discuss all things The High Republic.
Charles Soule’s two-part story follows a couple from Light of the Jedi and their time on Starlight Beacon before and after The Great Disaster. Joss and Pikka Adren were actually some of the first characters introduced from The High Republic when the first part of Starlight Short Stories was published in Star Wars Insider #199 … Continue Reading Star Wars Insider The High Republic: Go Together Thoughts
Gina Carano is gone but Cara Dune should get to live on. A case for recasting and not allowing a unique Star Wars character to go quietly into that sweet goodnight.
First in a new series looking back at Star Wars characters in canon whose fates are undecided, unconfirmed, or just up in the air.
Claudia Gray’s anticipated YA entry into The High Republic arrives as a companion read more than a standalone story.
Things kick up a notch in The High Republic #2 and IDW The High Republic Adventures enters the madness. Mild spoilers.
It’s the month of love and what better way to celebrate with the Star Wars version of “star-crossed” lovers.
When additional canon provides the context to one of the main antagonists, one has to ask: What was the point?
Spotlighting five of my favorite designs in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
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