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The Art of Star Wars Rebels Chronicles the Behind-the-Scenes Story of a Beloved Animated Series

It’s been over two years since Star Wars fans said goodbye to the crew of the Ghost in the season finale of Star Wars Rebels. But interest in the show, especially with its debut on streaming service Disney+ last fall, hasn’t waned. And now audiences both new and old can dive into the art behind the series.

Available now Dark Horse Books, The Art of Star Wars Rebels takes fans inside the making of the series with never-before-seen concept art, interviews with the talents behind Star Wars Rebels, and much more. caught up with author Dan Wallace for insight into how The Art of Star Wars Rebels came to be. How was writing this book different than writing reference books like Star Wars Year by Year: A

SWTOR PvP Performance and Maps Rotations changes coming

BioWare’s Chris Schmidt, lead designer for SWTOR, revealed the studio’s short-term and long-term plans for the next batch of PvP improvements coming to the game. The dreadful performance in warzones and the maps rotation issues are both being addressed in an upcoming patch with a temporary fix while the team continues to develop a more […]

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Poe Dameron: Free Fall Takes us Back to Yavin 4 – Exclusive Excerpt

He was a spice runner? Poe Dameron’s reunion with Zorii Bliss in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hinted at the life the best pilot in the Resistance had led in his youth. But instead of bringing us answers, their brief banter on Kijimi only left us with more questions.

In Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura, we can finally expect some answers. Set a few years after his mother, Shara Bey, passed away, the story finds a troubled teenaged Poe running away from home (and his Rebel hero father) to find adventure and — of course — some trouble.

In an exclusive excerpt from the book, which hits store shelves August 4, we find the young Poe grappling with his morality as he makes an escape from Yavin

The Clone Wars Rewatch: Corruption and the “Shades of Reason”

To celebrate the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Disney+, we’re undertaking a full chronological rewatch of the five original seasons, The Lost Missions, and the theatrical release. We’d be honored if you would join us for the weekly #CloneWarsRewatch — you can watch this week’s episode on Disney+ now — and share your thoughts on the award-winning series.

103: “Shades of Reason” (Season Five, Episode 15)

“Alliances can stall true intentions.”


Backed by the criminal underworld, the Sith and Death Watch launch an attack on Mandalore.


Oh, benevolent Maul. A phrase that sounds about as trustworthy as this one: “We’re Death Watch and we’re here to rescue you.”

At the outset, Maul seems ready to sow chaos and allow Death Watch to arrest him and his thugs, turning

SWTOR Update 6.1.2b Patch Notes

On Thursday July 16 BioWare takes the SWTOR servers down for a maintenance, during which a new patch will be deployed. The SWTOR 6.1.2b Patch Notes have been released a day earlier. Check them out! Game Update 6.1.2b was teased a few days ago to be the beginning of a new set of PvP changes. […]

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Bring Endor Indoors with These DIY Wood Coasters

The forest moon of Endor might not be as far away as you think! You can bring a little slice of the forest (see what we did there) into your own village by making a coaster set inspired by Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. An Ewok, stormtrooper, speeder bike, and AT-ST can all become a subtle part of your home décor with just a few crafting supplies. Yub nub!

What You’ll Need

Printed coaster template Four 3.5-inch unfinished wooden circle slices Black acrylic paint Clear matte spray lacquer Sponge or paint brush Thin paint brush (optional) Brown felt Scissors Craft knife Cutting mat Hot glue gun

Get Started!

Step 1: Begin by printing the coaster template. Cut the templates out as rectangles, leaving plenty of space around the gray

Teaching with Star Wars: The Conflict Between Anakin and Obi-Wan in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones

Looking for an activity that’s fun, engaging, and educational? Each week, Teaching with Star Wars will offer unique lessons for you and your younglings that promise to foster opportunities for discovery and learning, all through the lens of a galaxy far, far away. And it sounds like the bell just rang, so let’s head to the classroom now. Punch it, Chewie!

Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi have a unique relationship in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. The master and Padawan have profound mutual respect and admiration but are not afraid to question each other in times of conflict or uncertainty. While this, in and of itself, can be a positive thing, it can also lead to some contentious debates. To disagree is one thing, but to be disagreeable…that’s something else.