The heroes of this story did not carry laser sabers or command troops, but they knew friendly forces and ground warfare.
Mexico City- The heroes in this story have not brandished laser sabers or commanded troops, but they do know the friendship and war on the ground. They obey orders all their lives, but they are learning to question them.
Disney+’s new “Star Wars” animated series “Bad Batch”, which premiered this Tuesday, features Hunter, Echo, Tech, Wrecker and Crosshair as the main characters and is a member of Clone Force 99.
In the so-called “Clone War Against Separatists,” the famous genetically defective clone command fought for the Republic.
However, after the victory, the galaxy changed: Former Prime Minister Palpatine established an empire, hunted down and slaughtered the Jedi, and the planets were suppressed one by one with an iron fist.
“Before, these clones did not raise any questions. Now, suddenly, they start to feel something is wrong and cannot be part of it. But what does it mean to not support the empire?
Lead author Jennifer Corbett said in a meeting with the media: “There is no rebel alliance yet, so they will have to find their place in this uncertain galaxy. They must survive.”
Corbett, a disciple of Dave Filoni, is considered the creative successor of George Lucas, and one of the most rising stars in the Lucasfilm office .
He is a member of the US Navy, so he understands the heroes without stripes, the military dynamics and the brotherhood formed there.
He said: “This is what I want to bring into the series: Although this team is made up of elite soldiers, they are a family. They have always disagreed or in all things.”
The spiritual sequel to the critically acclaimed animated show “The Clone Wars, Bad Batch” is set between Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith and Episode 4: New Hope.
Corbett said: “This time there is no exploration on the screen. For example, we will show people the planets that support the end of the war and embrace the empire, and they don’t know what door they are opening.”
In the 70-minute premiere, the audience will meet again with the characters in the film, such as the wrestler Saw Gerrera and the villain Moff Tarkin.
“It makes perfect sense, we can see Tarkin, we can see his evolution,” Corbett said, not wanting to reveal who will be the main enemy of the plot.
Although the story tells an unknown “Star Wars” moment, the animation and music make fans feel at home, the executive producer Brad Rau promises.
“We want to respect the style and tradition of The Clone, but at the same time, the design feels more detailed.
“The theme of our musical approach (by Kevin Kiner) is reminiscent of the Republic period, but it is sinister and evil.”
Emmy nominee actor Dee Bradley Baker (Dee Bradley Baker) is responsible for vocalizing all “Batman” to demonstrate his talents and pyrotechnic skills.
The strong and brave hunter is the leader. Echo, the most talented person in tactics and strategy; Tech, an expert in combat technology and programming; wrecker, muscle; and crosshair, a cold sniper.
“Each member is very different from each other. Strangely, it makes it easier for me to jump between characters. It’s like jumping between rocks in a river. I think I know the characters,” the expert explain.