It’s pretty clear when Star Wars Rebels and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story takes place, but even though we knew what was going to happen in the latter, no one could have ever expected it to play out the way it did. So how Rebels will eventually tie together with Rogue One is unclear. One thing is for sure, we will be seeing Rogue One cameos in Rebels just as we saw Rebels cameos in Rogue One.
Until that time happens, we’ll just have to wait for season 3’s story to conclude. With the way things ended during the winter finale, fans are anxious to see what happens to Ezra and the rest of the Ghost crew. And Disney has released a new trailer giving us a look at what is to come. Check it out below.
Eagle-eyed Star Wars Rebels fans were able to point out some of the cameos that were made in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. From The Ghost, the show’s flagship transporter, to Chopper, the crew’s droid with an attitude, it was fun to see that even the animated show characters get a little nod. Now it looks like one of them will be paying a visit to the animated show. Rumors started to swirl that Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) could appear in a sequel or another Star Wars film. It’s unlikely that Jyn would make an appearance unless the writers have something else up their sleeve, but one character that is confirmed to appear is one we’ve already seen in the Clone Wars animated series.
According to a trailer, Saw Gerrera will be back for an upcoming episode of Star Wars Rebels, and he will be voiced by none other than Forest Whitaker. Check out more on the story below.
Who’s interested in a special preview of the upcoming comic book Rebels from Dark Horse Comics? Well, we have a special preview for Rebels #1, the upcoming series by writer Brian Wood, with art by Andrea Mutti, colors by Jordie Bellaire and a cover by Tula Lotay.
Check out the 12-page preview here below, along with the book trailer
This is the first time I have been asked to review something from a channel that I watch more than any other. I loved this mini-series when it came out but watching it without commercials is far superior to my original viewing. I was very excited to have this opportunity to spend an evening watching and writing about America: The Story Of Us: Rebels.
History Channel does an excellent job of bringing the story to life and allowing the viewer to immerse themselves in it on every available level. I love the way the storyboards in this initial episode are set to show the settlements being built and the population increasing and expanding throughout the new world. We see how the cultivation of tobacco positively impacted the settlers and allowed them to thrive in the harsh new land. Showing how the native tribes helped these early settlers grow food and hunt in order to survive, the first part of this episode really concentrates on how these hardy folk adapted to their new country.