The calvary — Omega, Hunter, Wrecker, Echo, and Tech — has arrived!
Today, Lucasfilm Animation and Disney+ released the trailer and key art for Season 2 of the acclaimed animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch, with the two-episode season premiere on January 4, 2023, following the continuing adventures of the elite squad first introduced in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
When Season 2 debuts, viewers will find that months have passed since the events on Kamino that brought Season 1 to its thrilling conclusion, as the Bad Batch — also known as Clone Force 99 — continues to navigate the Empire after the fall of the Republic. The Batch will cross paths with friends and foes, both new and familiar, as they take on a variety of mercenary
Every Tuesday, Bring Home the Galaxy will reveal new products inspired by the Star Wars saga and showcase the best galactic gifts this year for the whole family. Check StarWars.com each week for a highlight of five select products, including some of the biggest reveals. Plus, in collaboration with UPS this holiday season, special Star Wars Bring Home the Galaxy-themed wrapped UPS trucks will appear along regular delivery routes in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Orlando, and Atlanta.
This week, Bring Home the Galaxy reveals new toys inspired by Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and lots more. Check out some of our favorite items below!
They first appeared on the pages of Star Wars Insider, short stories from Starlight Beacon that added to the books and comics that arrived as part of Phase I of the Star Wars: The High Republic initiative.
Now with Phase II of Star Wars: The High Republic unfolding in books and comics, those short stories have been collected for the first time ever in one hardcover volume, Star Wars: The High Republic: Starlight Stories, ready to transport readers back to the golden age of the Jedi Order.
StarWars.com is thrilled to give you a peek inside the new collection, published by Titan Comics and written by The New York Times’ best-selling authors Cavan Scott, Charles Soule, and Justina Ireland, with supporting original illustrations by Louie De Martinis. From Part I of “First Duty,” Scott weaves the tale
Spoiler warning: This article contains story details and plot points from each installment of Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi.
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi is a six-part anthology of animated shorts, diving into never-before-seen, pivotal moments for both Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku. Both of these fan-favorite characters left the Jedi Order on their own accord, but both of their stories take vastly different turns.
Three of these episodes focus on Ahsoka, detailing her birth and first experiences with the Force, her training at the Jedi Temple, and her eventual reclamation as a Rebellion hero. The other three delve further into the character of Dooku, beginning with him as a well-respected Jedi, wielding a blue curved lightsaber, who gradually falls further away from the light.
During CCXP, the Comic Con Experience in Brazil today, creator Jon Favreau, executive producer Dave Filoni, and series star Pedro Pascal shared a special message with fans around the world: The Mandalorian, the first Star Wars live-action series that debuted in 2019, will premiere all-new episodes beginning on March 1, 2023.
The third season will follow the continuing adventures of the masked warrior and his Force-sensitive charge.
The first teaser for the new season dropped at D23 earlier this year, with a glimpse at Bo-Katan Kryze on the throne of Mandalore, the return of Greef Karga and Peli Motto, and a battalion of Mandalorian warriors.
The Mandalorian Season 3 will stream exclusively on Disney+.
Cal Kestis has come a long way since Order 66 first forced him into hiding.
After reclaiming his connection to the Force, the former Jedi Padawan went on a journey in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Orderthat ultimately led to meeting his new found family among the Stinger Mantis crew.
In the cover reveal, with art by Anthrox Studio, we find Cal scarred but undeterred, lightsaber at the ready, alongside Cere, Greez, and Merrin. But trouble looms, with the Fifth Brother Inquisitor peering out over our heroes.
Syril Karn’s pristine Pre-Mor uniform — complete with “pockets, piping, and some light tailoring” — is more than a hint at the character’s fussy nature and desire for the kind of order promised by the Empire. It’s also one of costume designer Michael Wilkinson’s favorite scenes in the series’ premiere episode, “Kassa.”
“I love that scene. Those two actors are so fantastic. And if I may say so, the costumes tell you quite a lot in that scene,” Wilkinson tells StarWars.com. “You have the precision and fastidiousness of Syril Karn’s uniform that he has personalized, customized, and made exactly how he wants it to be. And then his boss, on the other hand, is wearing a uniform that’s crumpled and dirty and has a couple of stains down the front