Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Trailer

   I am more excited to see this 4th, and last, season of Rebels more than I am to see The Last Jedi. For those who have not ventured into the animated world of Star Wars, Rebels is a treat. As a matter of fact we have the wonderful animated Clone Wars series to thank for the acquisition and continuation of the Star Wars saga.

   Although much smaller in scope, Rebels has that unique Star Wars flavor that I thoroughly enjoy. This last season will be pretty dark, and more grown up than one would expect from a show that airs on Disney XD. While I no longer have the ability to access the show via the Disney site for free, I plan on purchasing the entire season, like I did the last, on Google Play.

Creature Spotlight on #StarWars: The Last Jedi Behind The Scenes

   My thoughts are below each screenshot. All in all, I really dig the design and execution. This has made me even more excited to see this episode. Check out the official video for yourself here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ye6GCY_vqYk

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I’m reminded of a Miyazaki creature with this one.
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This reminds me of the little Sergeant from the Clone Wars series.
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For some reason these two must represent a sentient Quokka type creature of the Star Wars universe. A happy photo, every time.
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The inclusion of K9 type creatures in cannon is long overdue.
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She has style.
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With this creature, I am reminded of some of the original Cantina creatures from 1977.
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I LOVE this little dude, and I WANT one!
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This gives us an idea of its scale.

40 Years Ago, at a Drive-Inn 6 Hours Away

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   A long time ago, at a Drive-In that still exists today, a seven year old me was taken by his Father to see Star Wars. Alright, it was 40 years ago. We went to the Sacramento Six a lot in those halcyon days but we rarely went to a showing more than once. Star Wars was one of those films that my Dad had no problem seeing over and over.  I thought it was pretty OK too.