Rogue One Author Shares His Great Idea For A Star Wars Series We Must See

AndorThe first season of is now complete, capping a critically acclaimed series of episodes with an excellent finale that has us itching for a sequel in 2024. Tony Gilroy’s down-to-earth take on the early days of the Rebellion, with a heavy focus on character development, daily life in a galaxy far, far away, diverse cultural identities within the Empire, and an overt political message (despite what he insists) got many speeches had Andor should be the template for the future war of stars stories.

Now we have a slam dunk idea from Villain One Co-writer Gary Whitta, this could be the perfect sequel:

The Empire was a gargantuan organization, potentially serving with millions of people across the galaxy at its peak. Examine how the new Galactic Republic has de-Imperialized the galaxy in the wake of Return of the Jedi would be a fascinating process.

Similar to post-WWII Europe, there would be some sort of reckoning with fleeing Imperial commanders and officers likely to go into hiding and be hunted by humans for their many crimes. Most of those directly involved in the destruction of Alderaan were wiped out when the first Death Star exploded, but someone should be brought to justice for this atrocity. war of stars does anyone know Nuremberg?

However, The Mandalorian showed us that after the Battle of Endor, the empire didn’t completely disintegrate overnight and arresting them might not be that easy. Many Imperial commanders went astray with their battalions and either switched to smaller operations like Werner Herzog’s The Client in The Mandalorian Season one or continued Imperial activity without supervision like Moff Gideon.

A war of stars take over The boys from Brazil or The Odesat file would be great, especially since it would probably give us more insight into New Republic politics that we’ve only seen in other material so far. Let’s hope something like that happens because it sounds like a really good time to see terrified fascists being dragged screaming into the light. Rogue One Author Shares His Great Idea For A Star Wars Series We Must See

Lindsay Lowe

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