Help Me Obi-Wan Kenobi…

Yes indeed not to much longer now Until Obi-Wan Kenobi is released and already we have some info (Non Spoiler) I haven’t really enjoyed any of the Spin Offs Disney has put out. Even Star Wars Episode VII, VIII, and IX didn’t thrill me. So again Help Me Obi-Wan Kenobi, You’re my only Hope. This new show takes place 10 years after what we saw in Revenge of the Sith, 9 years before A New Hope.

Really Enjoy the fact that they brought in Characters like the Inquisitors from the animated shows . There is a lot of story that could be told in this time if Disney wanted to do it. Obi-Wan couldn’t have spent all those years on Tatooine talking to Ghosts. I know Ahsoka is getting her Show, I hope we see her but she would be much younger during this time then what we have seen in The Mandalorian. We could see Grand Admiral Thrawn which would be fantastic… I’m excited. I have Loved Star Wars since I saw the first movie in 1977. it is the first film I can remeber seeing in the theater. I know I saw others, but … Lightsabers are cool.

Sir Alec Guinness did a fantastic job making a noble, self sacrificing character and Ewan McGregor built upon that foundation turning a supporting character into a “Force” unto himself. I am so Excited to see what happens next. We only Have to wait until May 27th to see it, two episodes will premier that night on Disney+ and then every week for a total of 6 episodes. After that we shall see. Below here I am Adding a Deep Fake remake of The Final Battle on the Death Star Between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader. It’s been floating around for years but a lot of folks haven’t seen it. The Fight originally was slow and not to exciting compared to the fights in the “newer” movies so someone fixed that 🙂 Some of the deep fake isn’t great but overall it’s an impressive effort.

Finally, Go Watch Star Wars the Clone Wars… Enjoy Some Obi-Wan 🙂

6 Comments on “Help Me Obi-Wan Kenobi…

  1. I wasn’t a huge Star Wars fan when I was a kid. I watched all of them because my brother. They were ok but I wouldn’t watch again on my own. Now decades later, I find myself liking them. I recently watched the episodes V, IV, VI. Although, I have no idea about the backstories of each characters. I feel like that’s a huge time commitment. I’m already stretched thin. But I will trying to find the time to watch Obi-Wan. I am looking forward to that.

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  2. We cannot wait to see it if we can connect to Disney +. You know our sons had those figures to battle each other. Many times those battles took place in our old back yard. Many died for whatever reason and were buried. Probably still there. Lost in memories. After all these yrs we still enjoy watching. L👀king forward to it!

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