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Imagine caring about Disney canon, Legends/Expanded Universe is the true canon!
Imagine pretending that’s true.
Imagine imagining a stack of unrelated novels written by various authors who exchanged no information and produced a series of dry, convolutedly contradictory, and EXTREAMLY derivative works were actually part EVER part of an established canon, simply because the original creator approved of their creation in the name of the checks publishing companies were cutting him, in order to drain the drain the pockets of children and their parents who desired more of their favorite franchise. Just because you were attached to these books when you were younger doesn’t make them canon(or good for that matter.)
People who can’t let go of their space-set kids books need to listen to the movies their sad minority of the fandom want to hate on and “Let the past die…”
Jeez Vic. I was about to defend disney, then I saw your asinine comment about the expanded universe. That’s some over the top gate-keeping.
Even Mcdonalds is more canon than the three diesny movies
A single sentence voiceover is not an appearance. It is absolutely absurd to believe otherwise.
“…posed a completely overblown and non existent safety hazard to children across America.” Fixed it for ya.
Wrong. This list should also include
…and many more
This article clearly wasn’t researched beyond the quotes listed here. The glaring oversights here are the fact that several of the main cast Star Wars characters appeared in the cartoons, comics, games, etc. that Ahsoka and Fett appeared in.
All canon media was the premise, so I have to point out…
Poe and BB didn’t appear in the prequals, or Clone Wars and Rebels series. So cross them off of your list.
Leia and Luke never appear in Clone Wars, as they aren’t born yet, in the series.(For that matter, they only appear on the third prequal movie, so trilogies must exist as single entities on this list.)
Padme is not in the original series, clearly.
Obi and Ani , as far as I know, did appear in all three trilogies(counting voice-over, because it would petty not to) and both the listed animated series, as did Chewey, and R2 and 3PO, as well as Yoda (surprised no one has pointed this out. But as of yet, non of these entities appear in Mandalorian, and several of them are absent for either RogueOne/Solo. So strike ALL of them from the list.
That being said, Ahsoka and Fett where absent from several of these entries two, making the entire article a little off-base. It also ignores the canon animated series “Resistance,” in which neither of these characters appear.
I think you’re all misreading what the article was trying to say. It wasn’t claiming that these characters had been in every movie. It was suggesting that Ahsoka and Boba were the only characters who had been in each medium at least once. Media were movies, live action tv, cartoons, books, comic books, and video games.
I’ll admit I’m not familiar enough with the video games to tell if the claim is correct.
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