While I attended art school in Pittsburgh we were given a project to invent something. So I thought hard over this task and came up with a new concept to continue the Star Wars saga. We were starved for a new Star Wars movie. Return of the Jedi seemed to be the last curtain call for George Lucas. When darth vadar and the emperor were destroyed. It was evidence that Lucas had no further plans to continue the story. So I thought what if Luke turned to the dark side and took his fathers place. Maybe like went into hiding isolating himself from everyone. Leia his sister has been secretly being trained in the Jedi arts by the ghost of obi wan. Darth Bane finds Luke and takes him as his apprentice. Luke becomes so powerful that he no longer can control the force. Leia senses a disturbance and they meet in a epic battle. Of course the story needs more work but that’s the general concept.
Darth Bane is a fictional character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. He is first mentioned in the novelization of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and is thereafter consistently referenced in Expanded Universe material. He is a major antagonist in the Jedi vs. Sith comic book series, and the protagonist of the novels Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, Darth Bane: Rule of Two and Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil. Bane’s prominence stems from the fact that it was he who established the “Rule of Two” for the Sith Lords: a master and an apprentice can be the only Sith in the galaxy at one time.
My half-sister Jordan from Cinelinx interviewed the great Billy Dee Williams. Billy Dee dropped this bomb during Jordan’s interview (not really my half-sister):
He said he’s been working with the Rebels crew for a year or so and when I asked him bluntly if we’ll see him again in Star Wars Rebels he responded: “Yeah! There’s more adventures with Lando coming up.”
So there we have it. Lando will return to Star Wars Rebels! Of course he promises Chopper they will meet again and waves to the ship proclaiming “until we meet again!” But this sounds like the work is done and Lando will be back in Season II of Star Wars Rebels at the latest! Hopefully they make a bigger deal out of it next time and handle the official announcements before its out!
Before Star Wars Rebels returns Monday, February 2, with “Vision of Hope” on Disney XD, Mark and Lea from Yodanews.com recently caught up with the voice of Kanan Jarrus, Freddy Prinze, Jr. The actor talked about his experience with the animated series and shared a few minor details about its season finale as well as its second season.
“At the end of season one Kanan will know what it means to be a Jedi. The selflessness necessary to be considered a master,” he said, prefacing the answer with a joke about Dave Filoni Force choking him from a distance if he revealed too much. “Season 2 he learns how to let go. You’ll learn his pain, in detail, in a scene Dave and I recorded in private. Kanan breaks down and gives you everything you’ve been wondering.”
The audience will also learn more about Hera and Kanan’s relationship in the second season, a bond that first started in John Jackson Miller’s Star Wars: A New Dawn.
“Hera and Kanan explain/discuss their past more than display it. It’s wartime in our story and kids, as they do in life, slow down the physical displays of affection. In season 2 certainly learn more about them, but pay attention to how Hera works Kanan and you’ll learn a lot more.”
Those attending Star Wars Celebration will watch the second season premiere of Star Wars Rebels, following an encore screening of the two-part season one finale. The cast and crew will also discuss the events that transpired in the season one finale and provide fans with an exclusive sneak peek of what’s to come in the future season.
A kind Tumblr user and Star Wars Rebels fan pointed the way to a location that includes the next set of titles for the upcoming episodes of season one. According to a forum post on Toonzone, a post that also includes titles for various other Disney XD shows, the episodes are:
Monday, February 2 – 9:00 – Episode 112 – “Vision of Hope”
Monday, February 9 – 9:00 – Episode 113 – “Call to Action”
Monday, February 23 – 9:00 – Episode 114 – “Rebel Resolve”
Star Wars Rebels returns Monday, January 19, with Billy Dee Williams guest starring as Lando Calrissian in “Idiot’s Array”.
Comic book artist Pepe Larraz tweeted that it has been painful working on such an amazing comic book series with Greg Weisman and Marvel Comics editor Jordan D. White and not be able to show anything about it. That is, until StarWars.com revealed an exclusive first look at the upcoming comic book series Kanan: The Last Padawan. Previously known as Caleb Dume, an identity that first surfaced in John Jackson Miller’s Star Wars: A New Dawn, Kanan Jarrus is a main character in the popular animated series Star Wars Rebels with a dark past.
Larraz explored and created various looks for young Kanan (Caleb), a curious Padawan with hints of who he’ll become as we see him in the animated series.
The comic book series will premiere in April 2015. Stay tuned for more information as Marvel’s April solicitations drops sometime next week and for other news as it develops.
Starting on 28 January 2015, Star Wars fans in the U.K. will have a brand new Star Wars Rebels magazine. Announced by Toxic Magazine, the new publication will include new comics, puzzles, and other free gifts, ranging from posters to stickers. The first issue will contain a canon Star Wars Rebels comic drawn and written by Martin Fisher. Read his interview with Jedi-Bibliothek to http://www.jedinews.co.uk/news/news.aspx?newsID=20132 find out how he got involved with the project.