I didn't notice. The writing is what I care about. The animation is just the visual style. And as a fan of Tom Baker era Doctor Who, I pay less attention to the look than the performances and writing.Does the animation improve as it does in Clone Wars? Medicore animation is a bigger barrier for me than anything else.
I didn't notice. The writing is what I care about. The animation is just the visual style. And as a fan of Tom Baker era Doctor Who, I pay less attention to the look than the performances and writing.
Which are both very, very good in Rebels. Its a WEG game brought to life.
I know the animation being quite different from Clone Wars threw me off Rebels. I guess with all of the recommendations, I just need to get over that.With Rebels, just watch it. The seasons are quite short, so there isn't the same level of cruft that Clown Wars has. And there's only four of them, so a lot gets covered in the equivalent of two seasons of Clown Wars.
Maul is great on Rebels. He's proper Dark Side. All so sinister and yet speaking sense. Bad, but also leading Ezra down a path that seems lime it has the answers he needs.The best stuff in Rebels is the Ahsoka/Vader and Worlds Between Worlds plots.
Maul is one of the best parts of season seven of the Clone Wars.
I still think bringing Maul back was silly, no matter how good the stories were.
Spoilers don't bother me, I mean I know the ending to King Lear but that doesn't prevent me from loving Ran by Kurosawa.
Normally, I would agree but...Spoilers in and of themselves usually don't bother me, but I didn't feel like going through a hundred or so episodes to reach
an unresolved cliffhanger where the main character disappears with no resolution to his story
The reason I dropped out of Rebels myself. Did not like.Normally, I would agree but...
I found Ezra to be the least interesting character in Rebels, so having his fate be left up in the air at the end didn’t bother me at all. He’s one character I hope they don’t bother bringing back in the live-action shows.