an animated star wars The show is nothing new. but an anime star wars The show is, and it’s totally revolutionary stuff, especially judging by the trailer. Star Wars: Vision Not only is the storytelling of the franchise a new style of animation, it’s an anthology that hasn’t been done before in this franchise.
Above all, each story exists in its own timeline and is not limited to the current timeline within the Skywalker Saga. But that doesn’t mean that some Dreams Vignettes will not be visible within it.
‘Star Wars: Visions’ is an upcoming anime anthology series released on Disney+. coming on
‘Star Wars Visions’: The A-List Voice You’ll Hear in the English Dub
in August, trailer For Star Wars: Vision came out and it popped up and featured the many different styles of anime featured within the series. The premise of the series was to have “some of the best anime creators in the world” work on these animated shorts, each short being completely different from the other (you know, like a typical anthology).
As StarWars.com As reported in July, several of the series’ talented creators are below, along with their episode titles.
- Kamikaze Douga – “The Duel”
- Zeno Studios (Twin Engine) – “Lop and Ocho”
- Studio Colorado (Twin Engine) – “Tatooine Rhapsody”
- Trigger – “Twin”
- Trigger – “The Elder”
- Kinema Citrus – “The Village Bride”
- Science Cypress – “Acceptable”
- Science Cypress – “T0-B1”
- Production IG – “The Ninth Jedi”
After so much time and with endless possibilities, we still end up on Tatooine, huh? From the sounds of it, all of these stories are still completely stripped of known characters, which would be a fun way to watch not only star wars universe, but it is also a way to completely immerse yourself in its new stories.
‘Star Wars: The Vision’ creators didn’t have to stick to an established timeline
So by now, it is clear that these stories are not canon, or at least do not belong to the currently happening canon timeline. Mandalorian, ns Feeling Chain, kenobi Chain, clone war, even more.
StarWars.com reported that Lucasfilm asked creators to “tell the stories they wanted to tell” regardless of limitations that might come into play due to the timeline or current characters or conflicts. The site said they didn’t need to be tied into a larger plot or chronology.
“We really wanted to give these creators a wide creative berth to explore all the imaginable potential star wars Galaxy through the unique lens of anime,” said James Waugh, executive producer. “We felt we wanted these to be as authentic as possible to the studios and creators who are creating them through their unique process, a medium they are such experts in.”
He said the idea was to let the creators go”[riff] away from all elements of star wars The galaxy that inspired them” allowed them to create something meaningful.
However, there are some stories that take place in the time of the Skywalker Saga.
But as stated before, some stories still fall within the timeline that fans know all too well. CBR told that one such story is “Lop and Ocho”, the second episode.
He told that it is set in the big time frame between Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith And Star Wars: Episode I – A New Hope, and some are also set after the most recent film, Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker. Given what appears in the trailer, there’s another Force dyad that makes sense.
Again, these are all anime but in many different genres, as they are from different creators and artists. The series premieres on Disney+ on September 22 and episodes range in duration from 15 to 22 minutes. CBR.
‘Star Wars’: Everything we know about the ‘Vision’ anime series