“In the Name of the Rebellion”: episode review

Welcome to The Elven Padawan’s review of “In the Name of the Rebellion”, episodes 3 and 4 of the finale season of Star Wars Rebels. This episode featured the return of Saw Gererra, a character first appearing in the pevious Star Wars animated series, The Clone Wars, and who also played a key part in last year’s entry to the Star Wars anthologies, Rogue One. This episode also featured the first appearance of the Massassi Rebel base seen in both Rogue One and A New Hope, as well as many clues about the ongoing construction of the Death Star and the current state of the Rebel Alliance.

Just like last week, I reviewed this episode with my friend Audrey via email. There are some petty major spoilers here, so read at your own risk!

I hope you enjoy this review, and be looking forward to The Elven Padawan’s coverage of the next episodes of Star Wars Rebels, “The Occupation” and “Flight of the Defender”, which will be airing this coming Monday.


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Several members of the Ghost crew finally arrive at the Rebel Alliance base on Yavin 4. Source: StarWars.com

Shay: This episode starts with Kanan, Ezra, Sabine, and Chopper heading to the Rebel Alliance base on Yavin 4 after the events of “Heroes of Mandalore”.
What was very interesting to me about all this is that it seems like those guys hadn’t even been to Yavin 4 yet, and they hadn’t even really met the rest of Rogue Squadron. They really seemed kinda clueless. Which is odd if we’re assuming that about 6 months has passed between the end of the beginning of this season and the end of last, which is how it usually goes.
Audrey: I guess they left right after “Zero Hour” with Sabine and Tristan, though it doesn’t make sense why Hera would have to convince Mon Mothma to let them go if they hadn’t even met up yet.
Shay: That’s what I was thinking as well. I’m guessing that, after everything went down on Attolon, Mon expected all the remnants of the Rebellion to go straight to Yavin 4 and continue their work there.
Maybe she didn’t want any members of the official “Rebel Alliance” involved in the war on Mandalore, which would makes sense considering her talk with Ezra in this episode. Perhaps that is what Hera had to convince her of.
But the odd thing was, at the very end of last season, it seemed they were all heading straight back to Yavin, except for maybe Sabine.
And that also means that if about 6 months has passed between seasons, those guys haven’t seen Hera and Zeb for that long. That’s kinda crazy, if you think about how close they’ve always been throughout the rest of this series. It also explains how excited Hera was to see them all back again.
Audrey: Especially Hera and Chopper! I bet they haven’t been parted for more than a few days since she found him. They returned at the perfect time, right after Hera was devastated because of the attack on her squadron. That reunion was so neat!
Shay: Ahh, I loved it so much too! Space family forever! 
But I also think this might help explain some things from the last episode, as well, especially about Kanan and Hera’s conversation. Remember how we said it was kind of odd, because he hasn’t acted that way in a long time and it seemed to throw her a bit? We were wondering what had changed between seasons for them to be back in their old back-and-forth thing like that. And also, we know that in this season both of them are really giving a lot of thought into what’s gong on between them and their future, especially Kanan. To me, it makes a lot of sense that, if they had been apart for that long, he would have really started thinking about that, and it also makes sense that she’s a little more open to the idea now that she’s realized just how easy it would be to loose her family (“Zero Hour” showed her that), and she’s realizing just how much she’ll miss them if they’re gone.
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Mon Mothma, General Dodonna, and Senator Bail Organa fill Hera Syndulla and her crew in on the most recent happenings in the Rebellion. Source: StarWars.com

Shay: So after the family gets back together, they all head to see Mon Mothma and talk about their next mission.

And can we just please talk about Kallus for a moment.
Audrey: Yes!! Rebel Kallus! I never expected him to be such an important character or to really have any development. They’ve done a great job making you care what happens to him. He’s used to be one of those characters I’d think “Oh great, it’s him.” whenever he appeared, but now I want to see more of him and what his place will be in the Rebellion.. They never called him Alexsandr though. That disappointed me a little.

Shay: They definitely need to get that in sometime before this season is over. 

Or maybe he should just get his own comic book series!
I’m really happy with all the development we’ve seen from him, it’s amazing how he’s become such a big fan-favorite when originally he was just a petty “meh” villain.
 
Shay: Mon Mothma and Ezra had a very interesting discussion in this season, about the whole idea of “how we choose to fight”. This seems like it’s going to be a reoccurring theme throughout this season, and it’s really been something the crew has been dealing with every since the beginning.
What did you think of what Ezra was saying, and Mon’s explanation to him?
Audrey: I can understand Ezra completely. His home and his people are suffering under the oppression of the Empire, and he wants to do something about it. I’d feel that way too. But Mon Mothma points out that there are many, many more plants and people going through the same things, that they can’t just focus on one planet. Also, she says how they still aren’t ready for open war. She has to think about the safety the people involved in the Alliance and the bigger picture over all.

Shay: I loved how she explained everything out to him, and even revealed that her world is in a very similar situation to Lothal.

I find Ezra to be extremely relateable in a lot of the things he does and says, so like you, I did understand what he meant. But at the same time, I did understand what Mon was trying to get across to him.
Of course, this is the point where Saw pops up and he and Mon have an argument about the way the Rebellion is being run. It’s been amazing getting to see how Saw has progressed as a character over the years, from where he started out in The Clone Wars, to showing up again in Rebels, and eventually where we find him in Rogue One.
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Rebel extremest Saw Gererra argues with Mon Mothma about how the Rebellion should be doing things. Source: StarWars.com

Shay: What did you think of the way Mon handled Saw at this point? We’ve always seen her so calm and collected, no matter what happens, so it was definitely mixing things up to see her get very upset like she did here.
Audrey: For the most part, I didn’t agree with what he was saying. If the Rebels are trying to fight terror of the Empire, they can’t fight it by causing more terror. But when Mon Mothma says they’re still trying to find a peaceful way in the Senate, I kinda laughed because the Senate won’t be around much longer, and even if it was, what’s the Emperor going to do? Say, “Oh I didn’t realize I was causing so much trouble. I’ll stop being so evil now”?
I’m glad she tries to reason with him, instead of just shutting him off right away. She makes her points without being mean, but when it’s clear he’s not going to listen, she walks away.
They also listened to each other without interrupting, which doesn’t happen in many disagreements.

 

Shay: I thought the same thing when I first saw it! She basically said that the Senate no longer had any hope when she resigned and began the Alliance last season, so it made me scratch my head when she went right back to that argument again here.
I understand that she wants to hold out hope that the Senate will be able to work things out, but at the same time, it’s beginning to make her look a little naive. Don’t get me wrong, I love Mon Mothma, and I respect how strong she’s been about making sure everything the Rebellion does is held up to a strict moral code. But sometimes I think she tries so hard to keep hoping something will happen peacefully that she misses what’s going on in the rest of the galaxy. It reminds me of Satine’s quote from The Clone Wars: “Hope will only go so far.” 

I do really like how, like you said, they handled the whole thing very civilly and gave a good example of how to deal with conflicts like that.

 

Shay: And then the family heads off on another adventure! Man, it was just so good to see them all back together and doing missions as a group like old times. Even though a lot of things are different now, and there’s a bit of tension between everyone because of everything (Hera trying to be devoted to the Rebellion, Ezra wanting to help his people and also trying to figure out his own destiny, Kanan trying to figure out his path), but it still just made me so happy.

Plus all the times they kept referring to Ezra and Sabine as “the kids”.
Audrey: I loved seeing them all together again too! (Even though I think Ezra and Sabine have been getting a bit too much screen time lately.) At first I thought Kanan wasn’t even going to be part of this mission, so I’m glad he tagged along.
Everyone was using their gifts in this one, Kanan’s force-sight, Hera’s flying, Zeb’s TIE defender shooting, Sabine’s explosives and technology knowledge, Ezra’s… impersonating and blaster fire cover, and Chopper’s droid abilities. They make such a great team!

Shay: It’s because they’re a family!

And poor little Ezra…. I loved how exasperated Sabine kept getting with him. Especially over the whole “Brom Titus” thing, and his wave when they were there on the dish. That was so Ezra!
And I have to bring up Kanan and Hera’s flying together, too. I loved how trusting they were of each other, and how they are pretty much unstoppable when they’re doing that.
Audrey: “Boy, I must trust you a lot.” “I know you do.”
I loved that part…
Shay: Ahh, it was so good!!
Kanan’s “Force sight” has really developed a lot since he first started using it, way back in the beginning of season 2 when they were in that sandstorm with Rex and his buddies. It’s really interesting to see yet another example of how each Jedi has their own gifts, and how their circumstances help bring that out and cultivate it.
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Hera flies the Ghost as Kanan uses the Force to help guide her through the mist. Source: StarWars.com

Shay: And then in comes Saw to save the day!

I wonder if those bombs he threw down onto the dish were proton bombs, like what the Rebel kept trying to find last season, or if they were rhydonium, like what they used against the fyrnocks in season 1? Because the explosion had all the colors like a rhydonium explosion would…
Audrey: They looked like the proton bombs from “The Wynkathu Job”, but that was a beautiful explosion.
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Audrey: And no more Commander Brom Titus.
Shay: Honestly, I can’t say I’m gonna miss him very much… Of course, now Ezra can’t impersonate him, either, and it was always funny when he did that. 
I also loved it when Saw called in to Hera and said, “Don’t worry, your kids will be safe with me.”
Saw’s basically just this guy who goes around the galaxy stealing other people’s kids and bringing them over to his way of thinking, then deserting them and making them go to the other way of thinking.
Audrey: Basically. XD
Shay: Now Saw, Two Tubes, Ezra, Sabine, and Chopper are all headed to a mission at Faos Station, where Saw has some intel about a top-secret Imperial shipment there.
We know Saw has been chasing this mysterious “Imperial superweapon” around since “Ghosts of Geonosis”, and really even before that he was obsessed with finding out what the Empire wanted with kyber crystals. I have to wonder exactly how much he knew about it all at this time. Because, and correct me if I’m wrong,but they didn’t really even know about the Death Star until Rogue One, right?
Audrey: Yes, they didn’t know what its purpose was, or the name of it until then. I’m really curious about where exactly they’re hiding it at this point.
Shay: Me too. We know from the trailer that it looks like the Rebels will end up coming across some of the construction modules, so I’m guessing they’re moving it around from place to place as the Rebellion keeps finding out more.
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What did you think of “In the Name of the Rebellion”? What are you expecting from next week’s episodes? Did you have a favorite moment from these episodes, or something you wish would have been in there? Let me know in the comments below!

New Star Wars Rebels season 4 teasers!

 We have a new preview for Star Wars: Rebels, featuring brand-new clips from the season opener, “Heroes of Mandalore”!!

Less than an hour ago on Disney XD’s official Twitter, this new preview for the 4th and final season of Star Wars: Rebels was dropped:

The new preview features shots from the war-ravened surface of Mandalore, including our first long, hard look at the devastation left by that now-infamous weapon, which we can assume is the same one built by Sabine Wren, all those years ago. It would seem that Grand Admiral Thrawn is more than happy to bring this weapon back to use, and once again stir up the fight, both inwards and outwards, of the girl who created it. No doubt about it, this season premier is going to be a wild ride, and for those of us who didn’t have the privilege of watching it at Celebration Orlando or Fan Expo Canada earlier this year, the days are drawer nearer when we’ll be finally be able to get all the details on the war about to break out on Mandalore.

Two other teasers for the 4th season of Rebels were also revealed recently, and though these don’t seem to include any new shots of distinct importance, they are interesting and are serving to get us all even more hyped before the show starts back on the 16th of this month.

A big thanks to Johnamarie Macias (@BlueJaigEyes) of The Wookiee Gunner for spreading those last two teasers around! 🙂

These teasers serve as a reminder of just how far the show has come since it’s beginning on Lothal, smoking out Imperials and stealing food for displaced civilians. Although we still all loved those days when things were simpler, and to be honest, I sometimes miss the happier-toned, family adventures of the Ghost crew. But Ezra is right when he reminds us, “This is how a rebellion starts.” Last season we saw the actual formation of the Rebel Alliance, and now we’re seeing that last bit of time that led up to events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and finally to the full-out Galactic Civil War showcased in the original trilogy of Star Wars films. And that’s the part I want people to understand. It’s not just some badly animated, kidsy-fied, Disney-channel Star Wars show. This is showing us history, pieces that may not be totally necessary to understanding the rest of the saga, but sure do explain a lot and make you realize just how much the whole story is tied together, just as Rogue One did. Not to mention how much has been drawn from the old Legends brand back into the New Canon storytelling. But I’m afraid too many people dismiss this great piece of storytelling because they don’t care for the animated, or, as I’m truly starting to think, because it’s become “cool” to hate on the show. And that’s a shame, because they’re missing out on some fantastic Star Wars.

Ok, sorry for the rant. I’m finished now. 🙂


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com


What are your thoughts on these new previews? Is there are certain part you’re most excited for from season 4? Let me know in the comments below!

 

New episode descriptions for Star Wars Rebels season 4

Descriptions for the first six episodes for the upcoming 4th and final season of Star Wars: Rebels have just been released on the press site for Disney XD.

Episode descriptions for the first six episodes of Star Wars: Rebels season 4 have just been officially released!!

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney XD
Star Wars Rebels “Heroes of Mandalore: Part 1”
(12:30 – 1:00 A.M. EDT) 
Sabine leads Ezra, Kanan and an army of her fellow Mandalorians back to her home world to rescue her father from the clutches of the Empire.
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Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney XD
Star Wars Rebels “Heroes of Mandalore: Part 2”
(1:00 – 1:30 A.M. EDT) 
When Sabine discovers the Empire has resurrected a devastating weapon she created and plans to use it against her people, she must decide whether to destroy it or use it herself.
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Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney XD
Star Wars Rebels “In the Name of the Rebellion: Part One”
(12:30 – 1:00 A.M. EDT) 
As members of the Rebel Alliance, Ezra and the Ghost crew must accept a mission to spy on an Imperial outpost they would rather destroy.
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Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney XD
Star Wars Rebels “In the Name of the Rebellion: Part Two”
(1:00 – 1:30 A.M. EDT) 
After being separated from Hera and Kanan, Ezra and Sabine join the desperate quest of Saw Gerrera to hunt down the Empire’s elusive secret super weapon.
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Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney XD
Star Wars Rebels “The Occupation”
(12:30 – 1:00 A.M. EDT) 
Ezra and the Ghost crew are called back to Lothal when a new Imperial threat rises.
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Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney XD
Star Wars Rebels “Flight of the Defender”
(1:00 – 1:30 A.M. EDT) 
Ezra and Sabine steal an Imperial prototype TIE fighter but must rely on some unexpected help to escape from Thrawn.
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We’ve had quite a bit of news on this last season tricking out lately, starting with the new trailer release at Fan Expo Canada. Now we have the official episode descriptions for most of the first half of season 4, and when added to what we know from the recent descriptions that came up on zap2it recently (you can find my report on those here), we can get a fairly good idea of what the first half of this season will hold.

What do you think about all these new announcements concerning Rebels? Are you as excited for the new season as I am? Let me know in the comments!


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com

NEW Star Wars Rebels season 4 info! Season 4 poster just released!!

The new key art for season 4 of Star Wars: Rebels has just been revealed!!

StarWars.com has just revealed the brand-new key art for the final season of the Disney XD show, Star Wars: Rebels.

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Full original article from StarWars.com.

The 4th and final season of Rebels will begin airing on October 16th at 12:30 a.m., and will continued airing every Monday at that time until November 13th, with most weeks seeing the release of two episodes aired back-to-back. After this the show will go on it’s typical mid-season holiday break, then resume airing sometime in early 2018.

You can read The Elven Padawan’s other posts about the upcoming season, including coverage of all the info about the episodes that’s come out so far, here:

Star Wars: Rebels Season 4 Trailer & News

New Star Wars: Rebels trailer!!

Star Wars: Rebels Season 4 Airing Schedule & Episode Titles

Updates on Star Wars: Rebels season 4 info!


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com

Updates on Star Wars: Rebels season 4 info!

Last week we were given an article straight from StarWars.com with the episode titles and airing dates for the first half of the 4th and final season of Star Wars: Rebels, which you can see here. (I have already written up a post covering that, which you can read here, if you have not done so already.)

Since then, we’ve been able to find out more little bits on what the last season will hold.

First, Den of Geek has updated their page on the last season of the the show, and included episode descriptions for the first two episodes (both of these are “two-parters”, so if we’re being technical that’s actually four episodes).

Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Episode 1: Heroes of Mandalore Pt. 1

The rebels work together with Clan Wren to free Sabine’s father from the clutches of the Empire on Mandalore. However, deadly consequences await them at the end.

This description is the same for both parts of “Heroes of Mandalore”, which will air back-to-back starting at 12:30 a.m. ET on Monday, October 16.

Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Episode 3: In the Name of Rebellion Pt. 1

After Saw Gerrera informs the Rebellion of a shipment of Kyber Crystals in the hands of the Galactic Empire, Hera sends Ezra, Zeb and Sabine to steal it.

Just as before, both parts of this episode have the same description, and will air back-to-back starting 12:30 a.m. ET on Monday, October 23.

You can read their full page on season 4 of Rebels, including a spoiler-free review of the first half of the premier episode, “Heroes of Mandalore” (which was shown at Star Wars Celebration Orlando earlier this year) here: “Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Release Date, Trailer, Episode Guide, & Everything Else We Know” from Den of Geek.

Next up, the air dates for the episodes from the first half of the season have been added to zap2it, and from that we’ve been able to find out the episode descriptions for two of the episodes that will air right before the mid-season break.

Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Episode 7: Kindred

Tracked back to their hidden base by a mysterious Imperial agent, the rebels must trust some seemingly dangerous native creatures, who are far more than meets the eye.

This episode will air back-to-back with episode 8 (“Crawler Commandeers”) starting at 12:30 a.m. ET on Monday, November 6.

Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Episode 8: Crawler Commandeers

Desperate to contact Rebel command, the Ghost crew pirates a mining vehicle with long range communications gear, but the Empire arrives to spoil their plans.

This episode will air directly after episode 7 (“Kindred”) on Monday, November 6.

You can see the full episode guide from zap2it here: Star Wars: Rebels episode guide, season 2017.

One interesting note is that there is a slight difference between the spelling on the name from episode 8. StarWars.com lists it as “Crawler Commandeers”, which is what I used here, but the episode guide on zap2it lists it instead as “Crawler Commanders”.

So far, we have very little information on what the couple of episodes in between “In the Name of the Rebellion” and “Kindred” will hold, but based on information we have from Dave Filoni and others from Lucasfilm, plus the hints from the trailer and episode titles, we can suppose that they will deal with the beginning of this same mission the Ghost crew is on during episodes 7 and 8, which seems to deal with Lothal and Grand Admiral Thrawn’s TIE Defenders. This seems to be hinted at in the titles of episodes 5 and 6, “The Occupation” and “Flight of the Defender”. We’ve been told that the latter parts of this season will be extremely connected, maybe even more serialized than the arcs of Star Wars: The Clones Wars, which is often praised for its tight-knit storylines spanning multiple episodes. Also, it was revealed at the Star Wars: Rebels panel at Fan Expo Canada not long ago that the first several episodes of season 4 would wrap up loose ends from season 3, and from then on would mainly center on wrapping up the story of the show’s central character, Jedi-in-training Ezra Bridger, as well of the story of his home planet, Lothal, which has been an overarching theme throughout the entire run of the show.

What do you think about these new tidbits? Are you looking forward or hoping for something in particular for this last season? Let me know in the comments below!


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com

Star Wars: Rebels Season 4 Airing Schedule & Episode Titles

The Star Wars official website has just announced the airing schedule and episode titles for the first half of the fourth and final season of the Disney XD show, Star Wars: Rebels.

Star Wars Rebels returns for its fourth and final season beginning Monday, October 16, on Disney XD. Many episodes will be broadcast back-to-back through November 13, making for an hour of action and adventure courtesy of the Ghost crew. (Even Chopper is excited!)

You can mark your calendars for the following episodes:

  • Monday, 10/16 – “Heroes of Mandalore”  Parts 1 & 2
  • Monday, 10/23 – “In the Name of the Rebellion” Parts 1 & 2
  • Monday, 10/30 – “The Occupation” and “Flight of the Defender”
  • Monday, 11/6 – “Kindred” and “Crawler Commandeers”
  • Monday, 11/13 – “Rebel Assault”

Following a holiday break, Star Wars Rebels will be back in early 2018 for its final run of episodes leading up to the top-secret series finale.

Look for new episodes every Monday with five airings throughout the day at 12:30 a.m., 3:00 a.m., 7:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m., and 9:00 p.m. ET on Disney XD, the Disney XD App, and VOD. StarWars.com’s Rebels Recon behind-the-scenes series will be posted after the 9 p.m. broadcast, and episode guides will be published on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT.

Read original article here.

So it seems that we’ll still be getting a mid-season break for the show over the holidays, even though season 4 is a shortened season, and many episodes will be released two-at-a-time on Disney XD. I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand it seems good, since it will cause the season to stretch out long and Rebels won’t end as fast (since as we all know by now, this is the last season). On the other hand, I’m a little bummed about it, since it means waiting that much long to find out the fates of Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren, Kanan Jarrus, and Zeb. We already know Hera Syndulla, captain of the Ghost and “mother” to the crew, and Chopper, the faithful – though constantly-grumbling – astromech droid, as well as the ship itself will all make it out, due to their appearences in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and the (“canon-adjacent”) LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures show, which wrapped up its second season on Disney XD this summer. Perhaps including the break is an attempt to balance out the fast-paced schedule set by airing two episodes on most weeks, instead of the usual one-per-week scheme set by previous seasons. Of course, we’ll also have Star Wars Episode VIII: the Last Jedi airing during that gap as well, so maybe the second half of the season will include hints and tie-ins to that movie that they can’t safely have out before the movie premiers. Either way, I’m still very excited to see what this last season holds, and while sad to see the end of the show, as well as very nervous for the survival of my favorite rebel team, I can’t wait until October 16.

What do you think of the new airing schedule and episode titles? What do you expect to see in this final season? Let me know in the comments! I always love to hear from and chat with my readers!


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com

Fan Expo Canada 2017 Star Wars: Rebels panel

During Fan Expo Canada this year, Star Wars: Rebels fan were treated to a panel with Dave Filoni (Executive Producer of Rebels), Vanessa Marshall (voice of character Hera Syndulla), and Taylor Gray (voice of character Ezra Bridger). It was at this panel that that awesome new trailer dropped (you can read more about that here ), and attendees got to watch the first episode of the show, which will be premiering for the rest of the world October 16, on Disney X D.

And thanks to blogger, podcaster, and huge Rebels fangirl Johnamarie Macias of The Wookiee Gunner, those of us who were unable to attend the panel in person can watch the whole thing here!!

This video contains all three clips that were shown during this panel. (The clips are located as follow: clip #1, “Rex and Kallus on the Ghost” starts at 18:52; clip #2, “X-Wings vs. Thrawn” starts at 24:48; and clip #3, “Kanan and Hera” starts at 29:50.)

You can read detailed article on the highlights on this panel from The Wookiee Gunner here.

Thanks again to Ms. Macias for catching this for all of us to enjoy!!

Let me know your thoughts on this panel, the clip, the new trailer, or just about season 4 in general in the comments!! 🙂


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com

New Star Wars: Rebels trailer!!

Today at Fan Expo Canada, a new (and totally epic!!) trailer for the upcoming season 4 of Star Wars: Rebels was released.

Oh my goodness, the feels from this one!! I literally could not decide whether to laugh or cry…more Thrawn, Lothal, and mentions of Director Krennic and STARDUST!! And not to mention all the Kanera hints it gave!

Star Wars: Rebels season 4 will begin airing on Disney X D on October 16, starting with the episode “Heroes of Mandalore”.

(You can read more about the panel where this trailer first dropped here.)


This article was written by Shay S., Creator, Chief Editor, and Podcast Host for The Elven Padawan, and first appeared on ElvenPadawan.com