The Complete Guide to 'Visions' Star Wars Anime And What You Can Expect
Visions is a new anime set in the Star Wars universe and it looks like it will be a great addition to the franchise. The story follows Jyn Erso, the daughter of Galen Erso who designed the Death Star.
In Rogue One, Jyn Erso was a criminal whose father, Galen Erso – a scientist – was captured by the Galactic Empire. The Empire threatened to kill her father if she didn't help them build a superweapon called the Death Star.
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Jyn is recruited by Rebel Alliance to help steal plans for a weapon that could change the course of galactic history. She meets others who share her abilities and together they face mind-bending odds and incredible danger to triumph over evil.
Jyn Erso has spent her life skirting the edges of society, scraping together credits wherever she can. But when her father is kidnapped by the most powerful enemy the Rebellion has ever faced, she is forced to confront her past and decide whether to trade in her solitary life for one of heroism.
Why 'Visions' Is A Must-Watch For All Sci-Fi Fans
It is not a coincidence that the sci-fi genre has dominated popular culture and entertainment for decades. It is also not a coincidence that so many people are attracted to this genre.
The best sci-fi stories, like ‘Visions’, depict the future as something wondrous and hopeful. These stories show us what it means to be human, and what it means to be alive - they give us hope in the belief that we can survive as a species, even in this chaotic world.
What We Know So Far About 'Visions', The New Star Wars Anime Series
The first installment of the show, titled "The Phantom Menace," was released on Feb. 22. The show's creators outlined their plans to develop the series in a statement to Collider News. They said they plan to create six total episodes, with each episode covering about 20 years in the Star Wars universe.
"Visions" is set in-between "Return of the Jedi" and "The Force Awakens". The story focuses on Rey's unfulfilled ascent as a Jedi and how that might change with the appearance of three new Force users.