About the BEST arc is to unfold. Highly anticipated. Well-prepared. Excellent voice acting by mainstream actors, such as Sam Witwer, Clancy Brown, Jon Favreau and Katee Sackhoff.
The scenes are fast paced, lots of shooting, lots of lightsabering and all the wonderful facets that a Star Wars movie should have without a Death Star.
And this conversation must be stopped due to the desire of SPOILERS…
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Anyhow, the first episode of the arc, entitled, “Eminence” is due to start in another couple of weeks. While watching the arc, follow along with us at SWAG 77 by liking our character pages as we remain “in character”.
All of us are more than geeked out when this episode starts. To show you why, watch the video below:
C’mon! This is where the fun begins! Unleash your inner fandom!
What is unique among these characters is each of them served their government/entity as officers and fight wars similar to their male counterparts. It gives girls and young women the ability to think they are more than “hood ornaments” in movies and expand their roles.
While it has happened in the past, “Femme Warriors” are rarely demoted towomen in refrigerators trope because it would destroy the entire plot of the story. These women may serve under men, but they also carry the story. Out of all the media, the FemShep and Seven of Nine, and to a lesser extent Susan Ivanova have given the look and feel of feminine leadership in the military.
It is time that Star Wars, one the most popular Space Operas across all generations, does the same.
There has been a challenge to performing Bo-Katan on social media due to the ignorance of the Mandalorian Death Watch and lack of fandom of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Most fans, who are male, have ONLY read Karen Traviss’ books on Death Watch. For whatever reason, they incapable of opening their minds to critically review at all the aspects of an entire story, rather than the dogmatic view fabricated in their minds. They coerce other people to believe their lies, suggesting it is canon, when infact is is not a part of the canon or continuity. It is fan fiction. Those who disagree with them showing literal text from the main Star Wars website and statements made by Lucasfilm and its employees are ostracized, ridiculed publicly and stalked with threatening comments on their walls. In another instance it often occurs to women who use social media as indicated by this link.
As a result, the Bo-Katan character has been cyberbullied and ostracized unless she is peformed in a manner that capitulates to a weak female underling or slave, which is NOT in her character — essentially thrown in the refrigerator.
Any young woman performing Bo-Katan on social media that stands up for herself is a threat to most Mandalorian male players and their insecurities.
Nevertheless, SWAG77, a minority owned female company, applauds Lucasfilm and the Star Wars franchise in their creation of the “Bo-Katan character” and giving many girls and young women hope as fans of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
With that we share the clip of Bo-Katan, without her helmet defending herself: