Ahsoka season 1 episodes 1 & 2 review: A continuation, but also an expansion of the Star Wars canvas

After an uneven 2022 ultimately saved by Andor, Star Wars – currently expanding through Disney Plus shows – has given us a handful of distinct takes on the universe created by George Lucas this year. Of course, The Mandalorian’s third season first comes to mind, but we shouldn’t ignore the presence and impact of the two animated series which pleased fans worldwide a few months ago: The Bad Batch season 2 and Star Wars Visions’ second volume.

Star Wars animation is especially important going into Ahsoka, a series that first and foremost is interested in continuing character and story arcs that started in Star Wars Rebels (and even before that in the case of the titular character). That series wrapped things up quite nicely as a prequel of sorts to the original trilogy of movies, but also used its space and own cast of characters to chart new paths for the Star Wars mythos and reframe much of the universe’s more mystical side.



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