Starkiller, the fabulously ridiculous antihero of The Force Unleashed, almost featured in Star Wars: Rebels. This would have been bonkers.
Disney and Lucasfilm just announced Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, a series of animated shorts showcasing heroic women from a galaxy far, far away. Hasbro compliments the shorts with a lovely line of 11-inch “Adventure Figures.” It’s okay to say dolls. They’re very nice dolls.
Yup, that’s right. Obi-Wan Kenobi is coming to Star Wars Rebels in his final form, Alec Guinness. But that’s just one of many face-melting things in this new mid-season trailer for Star Wars Rebels season three.
Rogue One is billed as a standalone Star Wars movie, but it’s far more entrenched in the story of the saga than many of us had thought. That’s not just in terms of its setting, though—it’s because it’s jam-packed with references and hints to the Star Wars stories that came before it. Here are all the major ones we…
Holy crap. Rebels has a new Big Bad, and it’s an old Big Bad—Grand Admiral Thrawn, the brilliant Imperial military commander who took over the remnants of the Empire in the old Expanded Universe, as revealed in the very first EU novel trilogy by Timothy Zahn.
Last year Hasbro let Star Wars fans vote for which character they’d like to see join The Black Series of premium figures. Mandalorian explosives expert and graffiti artist Sabine Wren got second place. Second place is looking pretty good.
Given the recent hubbub about Rey toys, or the even earlier concerns about a lack of toys based on the female heroes in Star Wars Rebels, it’s no surprise that Hasbro wants to join the fray. After her appearance in last night’s episode of the show, the company has revealed that Princess Leia is heading to the Rebels…
This year’s genre television gave us high highs and low lows—sometimes on the same show! In no particular order, we’ve rounded up the year’s best moments, along with some of the absolute worst. SPOILERS AHEAD.
This was the kind of Star Wars Rebels episode I truly love. One that added a whole new layer of mystery to not just the show, but the Star Wars universe as a whole. And this mystery has to do with Inquisitors.
Big, big news for Star Wars toy fans—Hasbro has announced a slew of Star Wars toys including some cool announcements that are coming to destroy your wallet. We’ve gathered all the news for you to see, including an up-close video of the incredible new Force Awakens TIE Fighter!
Today Disney announced an August 30 release date for the Star Wars-themed Infinity 3.0 starter pack, but anyone who has invested in one of the annual toys-meet-games titles knows that the starter pack is just the beginning.
The finest band of Rebel scum since Luke and Pals get their due in this fall’s Disney Infinity 3.0. That’s right, my favorite Star Wars is currently an animated series.
This year's science fiction and fantasy television delivered amazing highs and some cringe-worthy lows. We've rounded up the year's best moments, along with some of the absolute worst (in no particular order) for your viewing pleasure. SPOILERS AHEAD.
The pilot for Star Wars Rebels is by no means perfect. It's hampered by funny-looking character designs, and it's proto-Rebellion crew isn't quite compelling yet. But it does have a sense of adventure that reminds us of A New Hope—and that's enough to keep us interested.
Star Wars owes it to fans to move past its love affair with the Jedi order. Here's why.
While Star Wars: Rebels centers around a spaceship crew doing their best to stick it to the Galactic Empire, it will be a while before we see a full Rebel Alliance form. That's because, as the show's producers explained at yesterday's Comic-Con panel, a lot of people feel that the Empire has brought stability to…
I really liked Clone Wars, but this? The art style is bugging me. It's too... simple? I can't put my finger on it. I'm interested in a series set in this era, but I'm not feeling the character designs or the overall look.
Reeling from the recent cancellation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars? You may or may not be pleased to know that Disney/Lucasfilm just announced a new animated series in the massive sci-fi universe.