‘Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, Volume Two’ Now Available to Watch Online

Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, Volume Two aired on the Disney Channel in late October, and was also available to watch via the DisneyNOW app. For those who might not have had access to either option, the entire special has been posted to Disney’s YouTube channel.

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Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume Two Review

These reviews of Star Wars Forces of Destiny will contain spoilers. Reviews for Volume One can be found here.

At long last! The latest batch of Star Wars Forces of Destiny shorts are here. As with the previous collection, this collection of shorts features a mix of old and new. Four of the shorts aired over the summer: “The Imposter Inside,” “Beasts of Echo Base,” “BB-8 Bandits,” and “The Padawan Path.” They are joined by four new shorts, with wrap-arounds by our storyteller, Maz Kanata — this time cooking up some delicious stew to go with her tea. And it looks like she’s made a new friend, too!

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‘Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, Volume I’ Now Available Online

In case you were unable to watch volume one of Star Wars: Forces of Destiny when it aired earlier this month on the Disney Channel, you can now see it online — including the wrap-arounds featuring Maz Kanata.

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NYCC 2017 | ‘Star Wars: Forces of Destiny’ Comics Coming in January from IDW

Lucasfilm announced at their publishing panel at New York Comic-Con that a Star Wars: Forces of Destiny comic book series, published by IDW,  is on the way this January. Like the animated series, the Forces of Destiny comics will focus on the female heroines in the Star Wars universe: Rey, Leia, Ahsoka, Padme, and more. Writers include Jody Houser, Delilah S. Dawson, Elsa Charretier, Beth Revis, and Devin Grayson, while the artwork for the covers and interior pages will be provided by Elsa Charretier, Arianna Florean, Eva Widermann, Valentina Pinto, and Nicoletta Baldari.

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The Star Wars Show | Battlefront II Beta News, Behind the Scenes of Forces of Destiny, and More!

This week The Star Wars Show has info on the Battlefront II beta, a behind-the-scenes look at the new Forces of Destiny episodes, and an interview with Dante Basco of Hook and Star Wars Rebels. All that and much more can be seen in the video below:

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Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume One Review

These reviews of Star Wars Forces of Destiny will contain spoilers.

The Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Volume One premiered on the Disney Channel Sunday night, and it showcased a mix of old and new. Some episodes from the first run released during the summer were interspersed with new episodes, along with interludes featuring the delightful Maz Kanata (voiced by Lupita Nyong’o) as our guide through these adventures. (One of the new episodes, “Newest Recruit,” was released early and has been reviewed here.)

Here are my reviews for the latest episodes:

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Star Wars Forces of Destiny Review: “Newest Recruit”

This review of the Star Wars Forces of Destiny episode “Newest Recruit” will contain spoilers.

In advance of the 30-minute Star Wars Forces of Destiny special airing tonight on the Disney Channel, a new episode has been released on Disney’s YouTube channel. “Newest Recruit” features Sabine Wren and Ketsu Onyo. Getting a bit of a jump on things, this episode will be reviewed here — while the rest of the episodes will be reviewed after the special has been broadcast. (You can watch “Newest Recruit” here.)

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New ‘Star Wars: Forces of Destiny’ Adventure Figures Revealed by Hasbro

Yesterday we got our first look at the Star Wars: Forces of Destiny television special that makes its debut on Disney Channel in October. Now we’ve got a look at accompanying Adventure Figures revealed at Hasbro’s HASCON FANmily event earlier this month. The new figures feature Kylo Ren and Rey along with A New Hope-era Princess Leia with R2-D2.

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New ‘Star Wars: Forces of Destiny’ Trailer; Television Specials Coming to Disney Channel in October

STAR WARS FORCES OF DESTINY” TELEVISION SPECIALS DEBUT
OCTOBER 1st AND OCTOBER 29th ON DISNEY CHANNEL

Moments both big and small shape our heroes destinies in two half-hour “Star Wars Forces of Destiny” television specials on Disney Channel in October.

Featuring a total of eight never-before-seen installments, these specials showcase compilations of the popular animated shorts featuring Rey, Jyn Erso, Sabine Wren, Princess Leia, Ahsoka Tano and Padmé Amidala, as well as new episodes including Han Solo, Hera Syndulla, Finn, Maz Kanata and many others.

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Star Wars Forces of Destiny Review: “Bounty of Trouble”

***This is a review of the Star Wars Forces of Destiny episode “Bounty of Trouble.” There are spoilers!***

This episode of Star Wars Forces of Destiny takes us back to the era of Star Wars Rebels as Princess Leia and Sabine Wren join forces against the bounty hunter, IG-88. (Click here to watch this episode now on Disney’s YouTube channel.)

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