I have always wanted to create a Harry Potter painting. I plan to do more from the earlier films. #harrypotterforever
Rebels have surfaced, revealing the presence of three key recurring characters. Meanwhile, an art piece made for Star Wars Celebration Anaheim includes a rather intriguing detail.
Yakface uploaded a scan of March’s issue of Star Wars Insider, which features a few details about the last episode of Star Wars Rebels‘s first season: click the link to read the details.
It will not be released a week in advance on the Disney XD app, unlike previous episodes. I’m guessing that this is because they want to ensure that the maximum amount of people will be watching the episode on television when it hits. It’s also likely that they don’t want to give away who Fulcrum is in advance (and as the scan suggests, Fulcrum’s identity is not revealed in-issue), even though it’s been all but confirmed that she’s Ahsoka from the work of dilligent fan sites – but more on that later.
The episode of Star Wars Rebels‘Path of the Jedi’ showed Ezra getting his Kyber Crystal to build his lightsaber.
If you want to know more about these crystals and lightsabers you need to watch Star Wars The Clone Wars 05×06 The Gathering and 05×07 A Test of Strength. These two episodes tell you everything you need to know about Kyber Crystals and how Jedi build their lightsabers.
The jedi younglings get their Kyber Crystals on Illum at a Jedi Temple:
You can see these old statues and also spot the signs of the Force first seen in the Mortis arc:
In order to get their crystals, they need to face their fears on their own :
Byph is araid of monsters:
For Gungi the water:
Each crystal is unique and only the jedi to whom it belongs can see it :
After getting their crystal the younglings need to…
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The following is from makingstarwars.net
From the opening moment, “Call to Action” had me. As Grand Moff Tarkin arrived on Lothal aboard an Imperial Shuttle, with troopers lined up and waiting, all the while accompanied by the “Imperial March,” I was overjoyed. The only two other characters in canon who have had the same style of entrance have been Darth Vader and the Emperor, and it was a great way to instantly place Tarkin on those guys’ level for long time fans while giving him one heck of an introduction for those who have only recently discovered the saga.
It doesn’t hurt that Tarkin lived up to his grand opening, instantly establishing himself as dominant among the villains we’ve had in the show thus far, putting Kallus, the Inquisitor, and Maketh Tua (aka “Hat Lady”) in their places. But he also backed his verbal lashing with action, proving to his subordinates via Commandant Aresko and Taskmaster Grint just how unwilling he was to tolerate failure. It was a chilling scene, one that harkened back to some of Star Wars darker’ moments, and which simultaneously thrilled and unnerved me. Having such ruthlessness on display upped the stakes considerably, and I felt it throughout the entire episode.
Which brings me to Kanan. I know that Freddie Prinze Jr. has said they’re recording the second season of Rebels and it’s almost twice as long, but I actually thought a few times during the final act, “Are they going to kill off Kanan?!” (spoiler: they don’t). It’s a testament to the Rebels team that they successfully set up a situation where there was a viable threat introduced early on and then framed the heroes’ infiltration of the communications tower in such a way that the whole event had weight and felt of consequence. When things started going bad for the Ghost’s crew, it was easy to believe that they all might not make it out alive (spoiler: they do) and the most likely victim was the Jedi.
The cute puppy is my latest painting it’s what i do. Love being a artist.