Star Wars is set to expand in the anime world due to the impending arrival of
Star Wars: Visions.
as a collection of
“original series of animated short films”
which means that its narrative will not be contained within the framework of the Skywalker Saga. Each episode of
will explore new characters and stories, but it will also refer to the larger Star Wars universe.
Expanding the Star Wars universe into the lucrative world of anime has never been done before, and
is ready to push this genre to the forefront. A special preview of
gave fans a glimpse of how Star Wars will embrace this genre, showcasing unique animation styles while also exploring
that influenced George Lucas’ creation.
It was also confirmed
will explore the events after
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
with director Kenji Kamiyama of Production IG teasing that his episode will answer the question if
“galaxy calmed down”
after Daisy Ridley’s Rey defeated Emperor Palpatine and all of Sith.
Now it seems that more familiar characters and locations are returning
as shown in a new trailer.
STAR WARS EMBRACES ANIME
Disney + officially
a brand new trailer for
Star Wars: Visions
, showing an example of the various galaxy-based stories from seven visionary Japanese anime studios.
‘Unique animation style armed with the Japanese sensitivity is found throughout the video, and this image is a great example of how the show will visualize the Star Wars universe in the field of anime.
The lightsaber fights in
will also receive an anime-style upgrade based on the new trailer.
The full trailer can be seen below:
BOBA FAT RETURNS IN VISIONS
Many would agree
‘latest trailer is more than just an example of what’s to come, but it leans towards a celebration of unique Star Wars stories in a whole new format.
Light Sword is the common staple of the Star Wars universe, and this
preview did not waste time establishing the inclusion of these iconic weapons. By acting as an anthology series, it provides creators with a variety of ways to exploit the use of familiar Star Wars concepts such as lightsaber, power, and blaster in their own interpretation.
In addition, established characters like Boba Fett also get a chance to shine in their own narrative outside of Skywalker Saga. It is possible that Boba Fett’s appearance in
will be put in the subsequent trilogy timeline in Star Wars, and there’s a chance the bounty hunter will deal with new threats outside of the usual Jedi and Sith battles.
It is not surprising that Tatooine was featured in the trailer as an example
will explore, especially due to the fact that it is home to the main links in the Skywalker Saga. Adding Tatooine to the mix gives fan-favorite characters an opportunity to either show up or be referenced, and this may be the show’s way of reminding fans that this anime is still part of the galaxy far, far, far away.
Star Wars: Vision
s premieres at Disney + on September 22, 2021.
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