Rewatching Star Wars: Rebels

Now that The Mandalorian is over for at least a year, the question is: what’s next on my Star Wars viewing list? Movie marathon? (A marathon, for me, is one movie per day, so an 11-day period of Star Wars). Nah, I want to rewatch one of the animated series, where I can get 2-3 episodes in per day.

I thought about rewatching the Clone Wars, but I wasn’t up for that massive project (7 seasons, some with 22 episodes). Not yet. Maybe as a lead up to The Bad Batch, which will come out some time next year.

No, for now I decided to rewatch Rebels, which is shorter, but no less awesome. There are so many tie-ins from that show in The Mandalorian: Bo-Katan, the Dark Saber, Ahsoka, Thrawn. It’ll be great to go back and relive those moments.

I don’t think I’ll review each and every episode on this blog, but perhaps one post for each of the four seasons. Until then, enjoy a few images and moments from the show:

Do you like Rebels? What’s your favorite moment(s)? Comment below and we’ll talk about it!

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7 thoughts on “Rewatching Star Wars: Rebels

  1. Happy Christmas πŸ™‚ I think I already did my well-wishes but here’s another one lol hoping you have a fun and restful holiday πŸ™‚ And Star Wars Rebels is AMAZING… I am still trying to work my way through the entire Skywalker Saga myself so I know how daunting rewatches can be πŸ™‚ Looking forward to your posts πŸ™‚ Also, let me know when you’re up to doing our collab post and I’ll reply with my input and we can start posting from there πŸ™‚

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  2. I am a dedicated Rebels fan; sure, I was disappointed when Disney-owned Lucasfilm pulled the plug (way too early, I think) on Star Wars: The Clone Wars in 2013, but I’m glad that Dave Filoni and his team were able to tie up a few plot threads from that series in Rebels. I wasn’t terribly fond of Ezra at first, but after the second episode, I grew accustomed to him. I also love the fact that they got James Earl Jones and Ian McDiarmid to lend their voices to Darth Vader and the Emperor in the episodes in which they were featured. (Also good were Billy Dee Williams and Anthony Daniels!)

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    1. It’s such a great show. I agree, Ezra was a bit annoying at first, like any teenager, I guess, lol. But he grew on me. I’m hoping we get to see Ezra again (and Thrawn) in the upcoming spin-off Ahsoka. And at least they came back with Season 7 of Clone Wars, which was epic.

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