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Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 Review



A bite-sized showcase of international animation brings fresh style and drama to Star Wars.






Journey to the Dark Head” also brings novelty to the traditional Sith vs. Jedi duel.


 The team at Studio Mir, the Korean studio behind The Legend of Korra and The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, are masters of anime-style action, and that skill is shown off in a dramatic tale set at the height of the wars between Jedi and Sith.


 The episode has both a spectacular setting — a planet that houses two enormous sculptures representing the two sides of the Force — and an ominous villain who uses a chain whip as much as his red lightsaber. It’s one of the shorts that most feels like the start of a new adventure rather than just a standalone story.



Verdict 평점

While the themes of Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 can be a bit repetitive, the diversity of characters and animation styles presented in tight episodes makes it well worth watching. Alternately goofy, political, sweet, and thrilling, the show celebrates the broad reach of Star Wars and provides plenty of characters and plots compelling enough to anchor their own spinoffs.



Samantha Nelson May 4, 2023