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Bad Batch Declassified: 5 Highlights from “A Different Approach”

The final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is here! In Bad Batch Declassified, we’ll explore our favorite moments from each episode, available only on Disney+. Armor up and join us for the ride.

Spoiler warning: This article discusses details and plot points from the Star Wars: The Bad Batch episode, “A Different Approach.”

Hope. In countless Star Wars stories, it keeps our heroes on course for victory, and makes the impossible a reality when facing down an enemy like the Empire. And for young Omega, it pushes her forward as she flees from Dr. Royce Hemlock, believing, without a doubt, that she and her brothers will be reunited.

Not everyone shares her view. Omega and Crosshair have been at odds all season. She wanted to escape; he wanted to be left

Dark Forces Remaster Comes to Consoles and PC

Decades before Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, a very different kind of hero stole the Death Star plans for the Rebel Alliance. His name was Kyle Katarn. In the Legends story of Star Wars: Dark Forces, the mercenary for hire fearlessly took on the entire Galactic Empire himself with just a blaster in his pixelated hands.

“Kyle Katarn really can do just about everything,” Nightdive Studios’ Max Waine tells StarWars.com, “and while he’s doing everything, he manages to generally stay very cool and calm. Stealing the plans for the Death Star? Yep. Defeating Boba Fett? Yep. Punching out kell dragons? Yep. He can do that. And that’s just in Dark Forces.”

Thanks to Lucasfilm Games and Nightdive Studios, a new generation of Star Wars gamers can experience Katarn’s first adventure on

Jedi Master Arkoff is Back in The Edge of Balance — Cover Reveal

The secrets of the Jedi Temple on Banchii are about to be exposed.

This summer, Daniel José Older and Shima Shinya will join forces for the third installment of the Star Wars: The High Republic manga series by VIZ, The Edge of Balance, Vol. 3. With art by Mizuki Sakakibara, the illustrated story is part of Phase III of Star Wars: The High Republic, reuniting fans with Jedi Knight Lily Tora-Asi who remains in defiance on Banchii, one year after the fall of Starlight Beacon.

Today, StarWars.com is pleased to reveal the cover art, featuring Jedi Master Arkoff the Wookiee proudly standing guard with green lightsaber ignited. „I envisioned the covers of Edge of Balance to represent the four seasons,“ Sakakibara tells StarWars.com. „Volume 1 (Lily) was autumn, Volume 2 (Keerin) was summer, so

The Jedi Council Debates Its Future in Star Wars: The Living Force – Exclusive Excerpt

The galaxy is changing, and so is the Jedi Order.

Star Wars: The Living Force, John Jackson Miller’s upcoming novel set prior to Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, finds the Jedi Order at a crossroads. In StarWars.com’s exclusive excerpt, its members debate a challenge from Qui-Gon Jinn — one that will light a spark and send the Council off to the planet Kwenn, the site of an ancient Jedi outpost from the High Republic era. 

Check out the excerpt below, along with a first look at the Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition’s poster featuring on one side a colorized and annotated version of the map of Kwenn that appears inside the book, and a gorgeous painting of the Jedi Council by Oliver Cuthbertson on the reverse.

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After being challenged by Qui-Gonn Jinn about

Take the High Ground in the Brawlhalla Star Wars Event

Get ready to shout “You were the Chosen One!” A Master and his apprentice are slashing their way into Brawlhalla.

Starting March 20, 2024, the Brawlhalla Star Wars Event will bring fan-favorite characters Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi to the 2-D free-to-play fighting game. And keep your eyes peeled for other new additions coming to the game later this year.

Who will emerge victorious?

Make Like Omega With Your Very Own Straw Tooka Doll

The smallest member of the Bad Batch is smart, curious, and resourceful. Even when she’s on her own, Omega never gives up. A prisoner of Dr. Hemlock in Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3, she brings a little piece of home to her by crafting her very own tooka doll out of straw — and she doesn’t even have a hot glue gun! But in our galaxy, you can use the hot glue gun along with Styrofoam, raffia, and suede lace to handcraft your very own straw tooka doll just like she does. Here’s how.

What You’ll Need

Two 1.8” Styrofoam balls

Dark brown acrylic paint

Paint brush

1 package (approximately 100 in³) of raffia

Scissors

Hot glue gun

Toothpicks

Dark brown suede lace (approximately 8 yards)

Two round head push pins, black

Get Started!

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“Disciple of the Sith”: Asajj Ventress’ Legacy Lightsaber Returns with a Limited Edition Box Set

Fans were first introduced to Jedi-apprentice-turned-dark-disciple Asajj Ventress in the 2003 Star Wars: Clone Wars 2D micro-series. Since then, she has become a mainstay antagonist to the heroes of the Clone Wars, appearing across Star Wars media to tease, frustrate, foil, and, yes, sometimes even help, her Jedi foes.

It’s this ever-evolving character development — not to mention unforgettable character design — that has kept fans clamoring for more. While we await her re-appearance in Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3, celebrate the character’s journey so far with a new, limited edition Legacy Lightsaber box set, packed with unique features to match her animated weapons.

StarWars.com sat down with Cody Hampton, senior manager of merchandising at Disney, to talk about making this must-have set and why Asajj has managed to capture

New Book The Rise of the Galactic Empire to Explore the Imperial Regime – Exclusive

Unlimited power! Sheev Palpatine sure was excited about it, but the concept would prove fleeting in the face of a strong-willed galaxy. And we’ll soon take a deep dive into how the Chancellor-turned-Emperor tightened his grip…and then lost everything.

StarWars.com is excited to reveal Star Wars: The Rise of the Galactic Empire, a new book from DK Publishing that promises to examine the intricacies of Imperial rule. Written by Dr. Chris Kempshall, a historian and co-author of Star Wars: Battles that Changed the Galaxy, it will explore the dark times from stories across mediums, including movies, games, series, books, and comics, with chapters covering every aspect of the Emperor’s regime. The Rise of the Galactic Empire arrives July 9, and you can get a first look at the cover below.

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