Rebels Review: Ghosts of Geonosis

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What did you think of the Plot?
Oky: Now that the excitement over Rogue One has started to die down, Star Wars Rebels returns from the winter break and it is bringing along one of the characters from the “Star Wars Story”. Not only that, but we are treated to one of the rare two-parters. However, was that enough to make for a great return? Continue reading

Rebels Review: An Inside Man

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What did you think of the Plot?
Oky: After the quality of the episodes has been getting lower and lower, we are finally back on track! This episode was full of plot twists, action, and suspense! It was nice to return to Lothal and see that the rebels have inspired the locals so much that they are sabotaging the Imperial factory. Continue reading

Rebels Review: The Wynkahthu Job

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What did you think of the Plot?
BEAVeR: Whenever there’s an episode featuring Hondo, I don’t expect it to be a super deep and compelling story. I do, however, expect it to be a fun ride full of unexpected twists. And I got an episode that was fun on only a handful of occasions, really quite predictable and did a sloppy attempt at telling us something about the characters. Continue reading

Rebels Review: The Last Battle

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What did you think of the Plot?

BEAVeR: Battle droids in Rebels. Did I ever think I’d see such a thing? No. Did it make sense? Yes. Did it bring up some interesting points? Certainly. Did it result in an awesome episode? Not quite. I enjoyed it and loved seeing those Clone Wars elements back, and was very intrigued by the points that were brought up. But something didn’t quite feel right. Continue reading

Rebels Review: Hera’s Heroes

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What did you think of the Plot?
Oky: This was a very personal episode as it mostly revolved around Hera trying to retrieve a family heirloom that belonged to her late mother. That meant that the stakes weren’t as high as in other episodes, but the plot was also not as predictable thanks to the involvement of Grand Admiral Thrawn who always seemed to be one step ahead. Continue reading