Discussion in 'Star Wars Rebels' started by FCEEVIPER, Oct 31, 2012.
Well there is a picture on TFN of Dave doing "research" for the next show, which is him opening up a Toy TIE fighter. Interesting indeed.
There's no way they're not going at least post-RotS.
I really want something set between episodes III and IV, but i get the feeling that whatever Filoni is working on wont be it.
I'm hoping for something post VI.
I'm just hoping it won't be a pile of ****. Disney hasn't impressed me with what they've done with Marvel Animation aside from Avengers EMH. That may be just that Marvel Animation sucks though.
I wonder if this will be CGI series or hand drawn?
Agree. I took out the Avengers stuff because I think that was around before the Disney takeover.
And although I would like to see the Clone Wars crew continue with a series between III and IV, the most sense is a series post Jedi, setting up for Episode VII. Would like it in the same style as Clone Wars.
Strangely, I never wanted to see the post-RotS, pre-ANH era, for some reason. I'm hoping for post-RotJ stuff.
Star Wars Rebels is official.
It will take place in between III and IV (which kinda surprised me but not in a bad way).
Very excited after seeing that video.
Dave Filoni and Greg Weisman?
Setting it between ROTS and ANH is just icing on the cake.
Just hope it lasts more than two seasons.
Oh yes. Yes please. Also using McQaurie art as a basis? Double yes.
Well, well well!! I wanted a show set between episodes III and IV, so consider me very happy. I stand corrected though, i didnt think Filoni was working on this lol.
I cant help but feel that they could have given CW a proper closure and then have this show pick up where CW left off (after Order 66)... but no use in dwelling on that i guess. I just hope it's awesome, cause that's a time period i'm really excited about t:
Great timing, this getting announced and poster right after my post.
Well, hopefully it's good. It's Filoni and Weisman, so they'll probably win me over, despite the era they're using.
Sounds awesome to have the Gargoyles maker do it.
Now how about Indiana Jones as an animated show next?