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This past weekend’s New York Comic Con was the source of a lot of great information about upcoming projects on comics, TV, movies, and more, and one of our favorite updates was the latest on the upcoming animated Star Wars Rebels. Check out the all the deets (the kind that real Star Wars fans love) in press release form, followed by a featurette with showrunner Dave Filoni (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and a first look at the new villain (he’s a Darth Vader hire), followed by a great screen shot of said villain:
The next great villain from a galaxy far, far away is here. Fans attending Lucasfilm‘s Star Wars Rebels panel today at New York Comic Con got the world’s first look at the Inquisitor, a black-clad, intimidating figure who »
- Erin Willard
At New York City Comic-Con Lucasfilm revealed the new villain of the upcoming Star Wars Rebels animated series! His name is the Inquisitor, and he looks like a badass! I was at the panel, where they showed off a ton of really cool concept art from the series, and it looks like it will be even better than The Clone Wars series! I'm super-freakin-excited about this!
Below you'll find the official announcement that contains some more information about what the new series will entail. I've also posted a video of producer and director Dave Filoni, among others, talking about the new series.
The next great villain from a galaxy far, far away is here. Fans attending Lucasfilm's Star Wars Rebels panel today at New York Comic Con got the world's first look at the Inquisitor, a black-clad, intimidating figure who will play a prominent role in the upcoming animated series. »
- Joey Paur
The next great villain from a galaxy far, far away is here. Fans attending Lucasfilm's Star Wars Rebels panel today at New York Comic Con got the world's first look at the Inquisitor, a black-clad, intimidating figure who will play a prominent role in the upcoming animated series. In a special video (available below) screened at the end of the panel, Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni officially revealed the character, showing a sculpted maquette, design sketches, and disclosing that the Inquisitor is "tasked by Darth Vader to hunt down the remaining Jedi Knights."
The panel, hosted by Lucasfilm's Pablo Hidalgo, focused on the Empire and how it is central to the story of Star Wars Rebels. Pablo Hidalgo revealed that the series takes place about 14 years after the events of Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, a time in which the Emperor's rule is secure »
Lucasfilm has announced that their next fanfest event for Star Wars: Episode VII will be held in Anaheim, California from April 16th through the 18th of 2015. The news was officially announced during the closing ceremonies of Star Wars Celebration Europe Yesterday.
In addition to this news, they released two video interviews hosted by Warwick Davis. The first features concept artists Doug Chiang and Iain McCaig talking about their experience at Star Wars Celebration Europe. The second has Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni sitting down with Warwick Davis and discussing some of the voice roles that he had in mind for the actor. Check them out.
5 items from 2013
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