Written by: Adrian Andulan
Published on: September 10, 2021 at 13:30 PHT (GMT+8)
The upcoming anime series special, set in the Star Wars universe, has just released the newest visual for the series set to release on September 22.
The release of the new visual was made on the official Star Wars website and on the official Twitter account of Star Wars. According to the official website, some of the characters included in the poster are the Ronin (which will debut in the episode "The Duel") and the Am (a character from the Studio Trigger produced episode "The Twins).
Two versions of the poster are currently available on the official website for Star Wars, one in Japanese and one in English.
The poster features the major characters of each of the nine stories that will be told in the upcoming series. Each of the characters on the poster are designed in the distinctive character design and visual approach of each of the animation studios responsible for the creation of each story.
The release of the series can also be seen in the poster, which is set to stream exclusively on the Disney + (Disney Plus) streaming service on September 22 of 2021.
From droids to ronin, each of the characters of the upcoming series will tell a unique story set in the world of Star Wars, which will be captured by the animation styles of the seven animation studios that will be responsible for the production. The series aims to mix Japanese influences to the world of Star Wars, to create a brand new story to that fans and audiences can enjoy.
The following animation studios will be responsible for the production:
Kamikaze Douga for the episode “The Duel”
Geno Studio for “Lop and Ochō”
Studio Colorido for the “Tatooine Rhapsody” episode
Studio Trigger will produce two episodes, “The Twins” and “The Elder”
Kinema Citrus for “The Village Bride”
Science Saru for the episodes “Akakiri” and “T0-B1”
The upcoming series released it's trailer last August 17, which showcased the vibrant animation styles of each of the studios, and the different story approaches made in each episode.