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Star Wars Rebels remembered a year after emotional finale; creator teases ‘a possible future’

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A year after its series finale, the Force still is strong with Star Wars Rebels.

Fans gathered online to share their favorite memories, headcanon and fan art based on the four-season Disney XD animated series.

Dave Filoni, the show’s mastermind, wasn’t too busy working on the live-action series The Mandalorian or his animated Resistance to show some appreciation of his own:

Thank you all for sharing your memories of Star Wars Rebels. It was a wonderful show to make, and the entire crew is humbled by your outpouring of love and support with #RebelsRemembered. I tried to think of something to sketch for all of you today, but I couldn’t come up with something from the past, so I drew a possible future instead. It’s always good to check in on old friends, don’t you think? No, this is not a new show, just a drawing I did today for you, the greatest fans there are. Thank you.

Possible, people — he said possible. Calm down.

The stellar Star Wars cast, crew and social media team embraced the #RebelsRemembered hashtag, of course, with some memories of their own — along with some truly awesome fan art:

I think the artistic Sabine Wren, and even that nasty aficionado Thrawn, would approve. 🙂


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