Not long ago Star Wars fans learned that the darlings of the seventh season of The Clone Wars, a group of ‘defective’ clones known as The Bad Batch, would be getting their own spin-off series. Many fans, including myself, were very happy to hear this news.
Today, Star Wars veteran, Sam Witwer, who has lent his voice and likeness to Star Wars franchise (Maul, Starkiller) dropped a little bit of information about the upcoming series during a Twitch stream. First, Witwer praises the look of the series and then comments (vaguely) on where the first episodes will take viewers. You can check out the details below.
“I will tell you it looks really really good. It looks absolutely beautiful. The story…at least I know where the story begins for the first several episodes and I was very pleased because it’s a little area of Star Wars that has not often been visited.”
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Witwer continued, again praising the animation:
“So what I saw was brilliant, extraordinarily beautiful, beautiful, beautiful animation. I won’t say what it looks like but I will say this, of the quality of Clone Wars where that bar is set, yes absolutely, totally [it meets it].”
I totally fell in love with this rag-tag crew of misfit troopers, and I imagine I’m not alone. While the team of clones also known as Clone Force 99 are thought of as flawed, they came together to create a family, a family with a particular set of skills that makes them one of the most effective and unique group of clones that are certainly deserving of their own series.
What are your thoughts on what Witwer had to say about The Bad Batch? Let us know in the comments down below!
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