Star Wars fans have been aware of the new content for The bad lot premiered on May 4 just before summer. For months, viewers went on an adventure with Clone Force 99 and Omega which ended in a renewal for a season 2. Now it’s Star Wars: Visions Turn to step up a gear and grab attention as fans once again immerse themselves in a new project set in this sprawling franchise.
What sets this series apart, however, is not only that it’s an anthology, but also that it’s portrayed in different styles of Hanime. The Japanese art form has never before been a means by which Star Wars tales were told, so this is an exciting time for both Hanime and Star Wars fans.
Composed of nine short films developed by five animation studios, Star Wars: Visions features stories that span the franchise’s canon timeline. In “The Duel”, an ancient Sith must come to the aid of a city that is being plundered. In “Lop and Ocho”, a young woman faces a division in her family over the place of Empire on their planet.
Star Wars: Visions is not only breathtaking and innovative in its various animated shorts, but it also works across many common themes in the franchise. Good versus evil. The elders pass on their wisdom and strength to the young. Family of all kinds. The duty and responsibility of brothers and sisters to each other. Destiny and destiny. Everything is here. Shown from different angles and horizons.
Visions is an anthology that you will definitely want to check out! Here’s where to watch the series online.
Where to stream Star Wars: Visions
As is the norm for Star Wars projects, Visions is only available to stream on Disney +. The exclusive original series is part of the streamer’s Lucasfilm collection. Disney bought the rights to the company in 2012. Now that they have a streaming arm, the Star Wars projects shouldn’t land on another streaming platform.
Stay tuned to Netflix Life for more information and coverage on the shows available to watch on the streamer!