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Star Wars: The Bad Batch has arrived on Disney+, and today the LEGO Group has revealed a new buildable playset inspired by the unique squad’s ship. The set includes six minifigures — Hunter, Tech, Wrecker, Echo, Crosshair, and a Gonk droid — and at least one spoiler from the super-sized premiere. (Hint: One of these clones is looking a little different than his brothers.)
StarWars.com is excited to exclusively debut the new Star Wars: The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle from the LEGO Group, including insights from the team that helped create it.
Senior Graphic Designer Madison O’Neil on creating those amazing new minifigures — including a revealing look at Crosshair.
“Each member of the Bad Batch has a distinct personality and a unique set of armor. Also,
In My Favorite Scene, StarWars.com invites special guest writers to discuss which one scene or moment in the saga resonates with them most. In this installment, Andy Weir, author of The Martian and the new Project Hail Mary, discusses why he loves the centerpiece action sequence from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
Star Wars is a story of bravery, destiny, valor, and perseverance. But none of those come without setbacks, failures, and defeats. And nowhere is that more strongly demonstrated than in the Battle of Hoth. It’s one of the most convincingly detailed and logical sci-fi battles ever shown on film. The stakes are high, you fear for the characters’ lives.
And in the end, the good guys lose.
As a viewer, you go into a battle scene expecting the heroes to win the
There’s no Jedi training like action in the field.
Marvel’s epic crossover War of the Bounty Hunters centers around Boba Fett’s journey — and battles — to bring Han Solo to Jabba the Hutt following the events of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. In StarWars.com’s exclusive preview of Star Wars #13, the rebels come to Luke Skywalker, in the middle of intense training in the ways of the Force, for help saving their abducted friend…
One of several preludes in the crossover, Star Wars #13, from writer Charles Soule and artist Ramon Rosanas, with a cover by Carlo Pagulayan, arrives May 12 and is available for pre-order now on Comixology and at your local comic shop.
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At Jabba’s Hut Pre-School, Obi-Wan Kenobi masterfully slaps together peanut butter and jelly sandwiches while his former nemesis General Grievous is relegated to diaper duty. Misbehaving younglings are dealt with swiftly, dunked into carbonite and hung up for time out. Lando Calrissian has been made baron administrator of the Cloud City Nap Room.
And in the middle of the action we find Maggie Simpson on a desperate quest to rescue her beloved pacifier.
“The Force Awakens From Its Nap,” the new Maggie short now on Disney+ in celebration of Star Wars Day, isn’t the first time The Simpsons have given a nod to the galaxy far, far away. In one full-length episode of the animated series — now in in the midst of an impressive 32nd season with over 700
On the Comlink is a feature in which StarWars.com writers hop on a call (virtual or old fashioned) and discuss a specific Star Wars topic. In this installment to celebrate Star Wars Day, Dan Brooks, Kristin Baver, Katie Barnes, Dustin Diehl, and Bria LaVorgna discuss how they first became Star Wars fans and what has kept them interested in the galaxy far, far away over the years.
Dan Brooks: This is coming out on May the 4th, so that’s why we’re talking about what Star Wars means to us. I thought we could start by talking about how we all discovered Star Wars. So I’m going to ask Dustin: tell us your Star Wars story — what were your first steps into…
Dustin Diehl: [Simultaneously] A larger world? [Laughs]
For Ann Morrow Johnson, an architect and artist currently making the impossible real at Disney Parks, there’s a lot to love about Star Wars. “As an Imagineer, I’m definitely the type of person who enjoys walking around the Parks, and I love that the trash cans are themed to the same environment that you see at the castles or any of the lands. Star Wars is that on steroids,” she tells StarWars.com. “I think if you look at any of the scenes of the movies — everything from an ice-cream maker to the species in the background — I just think there’s such depth and grit of specificity in worldbuilding. It’s an incredible universe to explore.”
Johnson is exploring that universe, or galaxy far, far away, in a manner
Fan art has been part of the Star Wars story for decades. It’s how many, no matter where they’re from or when they discovered Star Wars, express their love of the saga. And in celebration of Star Wars Day, Lucasfilm and The Walt Disney Company are honoring the tradition of Star Wars fan art with something of a digital exhibit on Disney+. Fifteen creators from around the world were commissioned for a Disney+ artwork takeover, all with unique styles and interpretations of various Star Wars movies and series — from Cole Thompson’s powerful use of color for Star Wars: Return of the Jedi to Salvador Anguiano’s elegant Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith painting. StarWars.com is honored to feature these works below, along with exclusive commentary from many of the artists.
Star Wars Saga Mural
Zi Xu (New Jersey)
“This was an absolutely
To celebrate May the 4th, in addition to a galaxy of deals there’s a slew of new products available celebrating some of your favorite characters and eras. From Clone Force 99 — the elite soldiers at the center of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, now streaming on Disney+ — to the Skywalker saga and beyond, here are some of our favorite items revealed today or made recently available.
Wrecker Bust by Diamond Select Toys
Boom! The Bad Batch bruiser, Wrecker, will soon arrive on your collectibles shelf in a meticulously-detailed bust.
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Add Omega, Tech, Echo, Wrecker, Crosshair, and Hunter to your collection.
The Bad Batch Bobbleheads from Funko
Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair, Echo, and newcomer Omega — available exclusively at Target — get the
This Star Wars Day, you can celebrate with five new friends.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch, the new animated series starring an elite team of clones — Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair, and Echo — has arrived on Disney+! Premiering in honor of May the 4th, the first episode is now streaming, with the second arriving Friday, May 7. Subsequent episodes will premiere on Fridays.
The Bad Batch follows the elite and experimental troopers of Clone Force 99 (first introduced in Star Wars: The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War. Members of Bad Batch, as they prefer to be called — who vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army — each possess a singular exceptional skill,
Star Wars: The Bad Batch is finally here! The new Original Series, available only on Disney+, tells the story of the elite squad Clone Force 99, a.k.a. the Bad Batch, in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War. The epic 70-minute premiere, “Aftermath,” is now streaming; before you jump in, check out a selection of preview images from the debut episode below!
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