StarWars.com pulled out all the stops on in-depth coverage of the new Star Wars anime series….
Have you seen Star Wars: Visions? What are you waiting for!
The series, presented in an anime format, tells nine non-canon stories with “dotted-line” connections to the existing Star Wars universe.
Without the hard tether to The Saga, Star Wars: Visions goes beyond Marvel’s “What…If?” by presenting new characters, timelines, creatures, and locations.
It’s a lot to keep track of, right?
Exploring Star Wars: Visions
Thank The Maker, StarWars.com has us covered.
The awesome team at The Mother Ship wrote:
[F]ans can go behind the scenes of each episode with Star Wars: Visions Filmmaker Focus, a special series of featurettes, also streaming now on Disney+.
For more on Visions, check out StarWars.com’s in-depth coverage:
- Go inside the series with exclusive creator insights on the heroes, villains, droids, and ships of Visions.
- See the beautiful, official Visions poster.
- Watch the stunning Visions trailer.
- Explore new Visions apparel.
- Discover 20 things we learned from the Anime Expo panel on Visions.
- Get early details on Ronin, the upcoming Visions-inspired novel.
Stay tuned to StarWars.com for Visions Episode Guides… as well as highlights from every short, and more!
The Twins: A Deeper Dive
For example, of The Twins, StarWars.com’s Dan Brooks wrote:
Luke and Leia form the heart of the original trilogy: a brother and sister that represent new hope for the galaxy and the chance to restore the Jedi Order. Trigger’s Star Wars: Visions short, “THE TWINS,” takes that idea and deftly turns it on its head. “THE TWINS” presents an alternate galaxy in which the Empire has created two siblings, Am and Karre, through the power of the dark side.
“It plays with other bits of lore too, from Star Destroyers to kyber crystals, bending the reality of what we know about them,” added Brooks. “In the end, “THE TWINS” plays out like a love letter to Star Wars that subverts it at the same time, making for a story that delivers surprises while staying true to themes and lessons of the saga.”
The whole series is worth your time, read my review:
Have you watched Star Wars: Visions? What did you think?
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