According to Disney, the Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 release date on Disney+ will be in Spring 2023.
Star Wars: Visions was one of the most innovative initiatives to come out of the brand in recent years, with some of the world’s most recognized anime studios creating all-new storylines in the franchise. Many fans enjoyed these unique visions of the Star Wars universe, and it has now been announced that there will be more.
Star Wars: Visions Season 2 announcement
Disney+ announced the second volume of the series at the “A Look Back at Star Wars: Visions” panel at the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California. The announcement was confirmed in a tweet from the official Star Wars Twitter page, with only an image of the classic Star Wars: Visions logo colored red instead of blue like the first volume.
The franchise has been busy, from the early premiere of Obi-Wan Kenobi to the order of Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, and Star Wars Visions season two will add to the load.
There are presently no specifics regarding the stories that will appear in Star Wars: Visions Season 2. However, the series will go beyond the boundaries of anime and will employ animation styles worldwide.
Fans received the first season well. It debuted last fall for those entirely new to Star Wars Visions and is the franchise’s debut anime endeavor.
Season 1 Comprises nine short films focusing on various aspects of the Star Wars universe. Star Wars Visions visited a variety of topics, from the Sith to the fallen Jedi Order and cantinas. Also, season one is available only on Disney+.
Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 speculations
It is unknown if any of the studios from the first volume will return. It is also unknown if Star Wars: Visions will feature any storylines from the first volume.
However, some episodes, such as “The Ninth Jedi” and “The Twins,” had enough set-up to spin off into their series easily. We will have to wait and see if they get a sequel.
We can expect new stories with this next series, each with its distinct voice and style courtesy of its diverse authors.
Season 1 of the project was produced by renowned animation studios. Studio Trigger (Kill la Kill), Science Saru (Devilman Crybaby), Kamikaze Douga (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure openers), Studio Colorado (A Whisker Away), Geno Studio (Golden Kamuy), Kinema Citrus (Made In Abyss), and Production IG (Haikyu!!) are among these. These studios contributed unique flair and style to the Galaxy Far, Far Away.
If you haven’t seen Star Wars Visions yet, you can watch the entire series on Disney+. The most prolonged standing is 22 minutes, while the smallest standing is 13 minutes.
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