After the jaw dropping finale of the first season of Star Wars Rebels, I can not wait to see what season two will bring. Check out the sizzle reel for season two, and a look at the updated Ahsoka Tano.


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Star Wars Rebels Season Two Trailer (Official)

Get your first look at Star Wars Rebels Season Two, including the return of the Ghost crew, some familiar faces, and frightening new enemies.

The Padawan Lives: The Return of Ahsoka Tano | Star Wars Rebels

In a special interview, Ashley Eckstein, voice of fan favorite Ahsoka Tano, discusses the evolution of her character since her introduction in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Dave Filoni, executive producer of Star Wars Rebels, hints at the possibility of a confrontation between Ahsoka and her former Master in Season Two of the hit animated series!

This is going to be an exciting season, and since it is all canon, I can’t wait to see how it all ties in to the upcoming movie (if at all).



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  1. Malone_hasco on

    I would prefer them NOT putting Vader directly against main characters. it really detracts from his character. I’d like Vader to remain an encounter you’re not going to walk out alive from rather than cartoon villain who fails every week. My main problem with new, otherwise excellent Star Wars comic too, Luke facing Vader in issue #2, conveniently escapes, no consequences. How did Empire ever catch all the remaining Jedi masters, when Vader himself cant deal with few ragtag to-be Jedi?

    • I wouldn’t mind seeing him in a capacity where he’s not in conflict with the characters. I don’t mind an occasional meeting where the Rebels are lucky to get away (like maybe once a season at most), but there are plenty of ways to include him without him being involved with the crew of the Ghost. He could be tasking the Inquisitor personally or punishing him for failure or “inspiring” an Imperial crew or multiple other things.

        • I’m really hoping it is just to hype the appearance and that it isn’t indicative of what the season will be like. If they actually do make them battle frequently, it would be a mistake as bad as making Greedo shoot first or saying Boba and Jango Fett aren’t Mandalorian.

          Unless, of course, Vader actually gets the upper hand and kills off Kanan or Ahsoka this season, then I wouldn’t mind so much. Not that I hate the characters or anything, but it would definitely off-set his failure to capture them.

          • Malone_hasco on

            Yeah. If they want to stay faithful to original trilogy, drawing your lightsaber against Vader should be the one thing in Star Wars you’re not gonna survive unless your name is Skywalker.

            Theres plenty of ways to Use Vader as an ominous threat without actually putting main characters directly against him (Empire Strikes Back) but I dont have faith they can resist mandatory duels seen way too many times in recent years. Jedi drawing their lightsaber should always be an event, not throwaway action flick moment amongst hundred others in same film. They should treat it like Samurai drawing his weapon in old Japanese films.

            By overdoing it, they have made Jedi mundane and that works against the whole lore at the end of the day. Same goes with unsubtle use of The Force, show them actually do it responsibly, instead of pompous posturing or fan service, it makes bigger impact when it happens that way. Obi-Wan in New Hope was perfect example The Force done right.

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