Dave Filoni talks about Mark Hamill’s role in The Clone Wars final season.
There are no books or comics on the horizon until next year, but we do have two long-awaited releases this week regardless, at least if you’re a The Clone Wars completeist. There’s the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions and the series’ soundtrack.
Hero Complex has a brief behind-the-scenes clip from the former.
Last night’s Out of Darkness focused on Hera and Sabine. The latest Rebels Recon features Killian Plunket talking about design, talk about Hera and Sabine’s characters. And Pablo answers a question about Kyber crystals.
Why the Emperor’s Hands need to be in Rebels. Nanci at Tosche Station lays out why she thinks the role should make the jump from Legends. I mostly agree, but I don’t think the actual title is necessary. But between the Inquisitor and Asajj Ventress, there’s certainly plenty of precedent in canon – even if the concept of Emperor’s Hand actually predates both of them.
Ezra goes undercover at Lothal’s Imperial Academy in tonight’s ‘Breaking Ranks.’ The video gives us a look behind the scenes, and Pablo Hidalgo answers (sort of) a question about last week’s episode. Plus a preview of next week’s Hera and Sabine-centric episode.
We didn’t actually see anyone rise, but what the hell. The fourth episode of Rebels aired tonight, and we finally got to see the Inquisitor in action, among other things. And Pablo answers a question about the Inquisitor and the Sith.
Meanwhile, Dave Filoni discusses the episode’s big spoiler over at IGN.
Rumor: Two voice actors who’ve appeared on The Clone Wars coming to Rebels? No word on if they’ll reprise earlier characters or voice new ones, but there are some (unrelated, maybe?) plot spoilers for the show as well.
The Rebels Recon for Fighter Flight features Vanessa Marshall at NYCC, Dave Filoni talking about the inspiration for the episode, as well as Ezra and Zeb’s voice actors, Taylor Gray and Steve Blum. Plus, Pablo!