In the last two years, the anime universe has grown so much that in countries like the United States there is a gap greater than 30% between the demand of the audience and the offer that the production companies can offer. Seen from that point of view it seems logical that the Star Wars franchise also has its own history within the genre. In that context comes Star Wars: Visions through Disney +.
Considering that much of the Star Wars Universe is connected with infinite references between films and series like The Mandalorian, one of the key questions in relation to Star Wars: Visions is whether it will have some kind of relationship with the cinematographic narrative. From the outset, beyond some wink and the obvious use of aspects related to the mythology of the franchise, they will not have a direct resonance apart from being temporarily located near one or another movie.
For now, it is estimated that those productions will be Episode I and Episode IX. However, the stories will have independence. That makes the Star Wars: Vision anime spur expectations by featuring stories that were mostly little or nothing known about through a genre that offers multiple freedoms.
‘Star Wars: Vision’:
What should you know before the premiere?
Star Wars: Vision, from Disney Plus, will be released on September 22. After the premiere of the presentation trailer, there was no doubt about the Asian wealth that Star Wars: Vision will have. However, there are other variants that you should take into account when starting to enjoy the proposal.
The series chapters
There will be nine episodes that will not have any relationship to each other. Therefore, Star Wars: Vision can be considered as an anthology. Not a minor detail, especially for the most passionate fans of the franchise: all episodes will be available from September 22.
The Star Wars: Vision chapter titles are:
The DuelLop and OchōTwin Engine (Tatooine Rhapsody) The TwinsThe ElderThe Village BrideAkakiriT0-B1The Ninth Jedi
Different Japanese animation studios were used for the development of these nine episodes of Star Wars: Vision. These studies are:
Kamikaze DougaGeno Studio Studio Colorful Trigger Kinema Citrus Science Saru
What does this allow? Graphic diversity in Star Wars: Visions. Some of that could already be observed through the trailer. That is why there is no graphic uniformity within the presentation. But there is coherence in relation to the Star Wars Universe. Of course, Lucasfilm is also involved in the production process.
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What do they say from Lucasfilm of ‘Star Wars: Vision’?
Regarding Star Wars: Visions, James Waugh, Lucasfilm’s vice president of content, commented via StarWars.com: “We really wanted to give creatives a wide gap to explore all possible options in relation to the potential of Star Wars filtered through an anime perspective ”.
To the above, he added in relation to Star Wars: Vision: “The idea was that they could take all the elements of the Star Wars Universe that they considered in order to be inspired and develop an anthological series and different from what we have seen before about The War of The galaxies”. According to the . portal, if these proposals are well received, it is possible that Lucasfilm will go much further into the genre.
Therefore, the bet does not seem only commercial but also creative. The possibilities for Star Wars mythology are endless. Taking into account that the latest films have left a bittersweet taste in the audience, with productions driven more by commercial rather than narrative interest, Star Wars: Visions navigates between both issues, the search for new forms of narrative such as proximity to other audiences.