The release of Star Wars: Visions on Disney + is scheduled for September 22. In doing so, a trailer was posted to promote this reinterpretation of the universe of George Lucas in Japanese sauce. Something to make you salivate!
The Star Wars universe is not confined to real life shots. In addition to the various trilogies, spin-offs and series, there are some animated programs that deserve to be known. We think in particular of The Clone Wars or even more recently of The Bad Batch, two cartoons belonging to the official universe of the franchise. On September 22, a new animation program, this time non-canon, will appear on Disney +.
Entitled Star Wars: Vision, this series has the particularity of having been produced by several major Japanese studios, like Kamikaze Douga, Kinema Citrus or Trigger. In total, nine episodes will each develop a different plot that will take the codes of Star Wars in the style of pure Japanese anime.
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Star Wars Vision: an anthology of Star Wars Japanese anime style
As the trailer suggests, to be found below, the Force will obviously be present in this anthology. Jedi and Sith antagonists will also wage a bitter and intense struggle to the delight of subscribers keen on swaying fights. Humor and love stories will also be there.
Thus, if the fans of the saga should find their way there, the image processing, the dialogues or the narrative framework should amaze more than one. And that is the whole point of such a program: succeeding in offering a new vision of a world of which we already know the ins and outs. It remains to be seen whether the challenge will be taken up brilliantly by the Japanese studios behind the series.
Note that the series will be available in Japanese or English. The choice of subtitles will obviously be much more substantial. In addition, the list of episodes has already been unveiled:
- The Duel
- Tatooine Rhapsody
- The Twins
- The Village Bride
- The Ninth Jedi
- The Elder
- Lop & Ochō
- He agreed