Star Wars: Rebels is set years after the events of Revenge of the Sith, with the Emperor and his Galactic Empire continuing to tighten their grip during one of the galaxy’s darkest times. A new cast of characters including a Jedi in hiding, a thief, a pilot, a former bounty hunter, a droid, and an alien that kinda looks like a bald Chewbacca must learn to work together and attempt to survive.
The show is pretty neat, and if you haven’t checked it out yet, hopefully, this collection of fan art for Star Wars: Rebels from around the web will inspire you to give it a try. So take a look, and, of course, may the Force be with you.
Last year, Hasbro released an exclusive figure through Kmart featuring Kylo Ren in a snow-dusted cloak and standing in a icy base. We'd seen the scene a number of times in the trailers, and it made for a moderately interesting variant of the standard Black Series Kylo. Still, that was released last winter, and we were all left wondering if we'd ever see the second half of the planned set. At the time, many presumed the follow-up figure would be Finn from that same wintery scene. Oh how foolish we all were to believe a trailer would show us the entire movie and spoil one of the greatest moments in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
On May 4, aka Star Wars Day, the diorama will finally be complete when Starkiller Base Rey arrives.
It's the unofficial "Star Wars Day" and despite the fact that it stems from a horrific pun ("May the 4th be with you"), there's plenty of cultural significance as well given that every SW film from "A New Hope" in '77 to the CGI "The Clone Wars" in '08 have opened during the month...
Yes, today is Star Wars Day -- derived from the pun "May the 4th be with you" -- and we're celebrating by watching the Star Wars Holiday Special from 1978, the most wonderful, terrible thing ever produced by the franchise, including a scene with the recently departed Bea Arthur singing with the Cantina aliens, and the cartoon segment that introduced Boba Fett...
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