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indianatrekker26 July 27 2013 11:00 PM

Star Wars Rebels
 
I couldn't find a thread for the Star Wars Rebels series after searching. I'm sure there has to be one. If there is, hope you guys can merge this thread into that.
But here's a link to a panel with David Filoni on Rebels at Star Wars Celebration Europe 2.
http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/ind...loni-liveblog/

davejames July 28 2013 03:52 AM

Re: Star Wars Rebels
 
Really excited or this.

And sounds like there's going to be another protocol droid and astromech, to replace R2 and Threepio. I know those two are supposed to be assigned to Captain Antilles' ship by this point in the story, but it would still be nice if they found a way to use them anyway.

Chris3123 July 28 2013 03:54 AM

Re: Star Wars Rebels
 
Quote:

indianatrekker26 wrote: (Post 8436241)
I couldn't find a thread for the Star Wars Rebels series after searching. I'm sure there has to be one. If there is, hope you guys can merge this thread into that.

Yep, there already is one. Here it is.

JD July 28 2013 04:04 AM

Re: Star Wars Rebels
 
Yeah. I'm dieing to see Filoni and the Clones Wars team handle some stuff closer to The Original Trilogy. I'm also crazy excited to see Weisman working on SW, Young Justice and Spectacular Spider-Man were both awesome shows. I've only seen the first three or four episodes of Gargoyles, but it was pretty damn cool too.

Kestrel July 28 2013 05:19 AM

Re: Star Wars Rebels
 
Weisman is why I'm excited for this show, I just hope he gets a decent run this time.

Set Harth July 28 2013 05:11 PM

Re: Star Wars Rebels
 
Quote:

davejames wrote: (Post 8437042)
And sounds like there's going to be another protocol droid and astromech, to replace R2 and Threepio.

:rolleyes:

Not to mention a Millennium Falcon ripoff.

Originality? We don't need no steenking originality!!!


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