At the last panel of day 2 at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, LEGO revealed the trailer for the upcoming Disney XD animated show, LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales. The show will be retelling the Star Wars saga through C-3PO’s eyes.
As I reported before, there will be five 22-minute episodes. Each episode will be divided into the different movies in the saga. The first episode of the show will contain various events from Episode I: The Phantom Menace and Episode II: Attack of the Clones. The second episode will have scenes from Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as well as parts from The Clone Wars. The third episode of Droid Tales will have events from both Episode IV: A New Hope and some from Star Wars Rebels. Episode four will be featuring scenes from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and finally the last 22-minute episode will be for Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
There was also a question and answer session and someone asked will the LEGO Death Star be updated. Obviously, they couldn’t answer it but Jason Cosler did say “Stay tuned for in the future, you’ll be happily surprised with what’s coming out in the future.” If you remember, there was a rumor earlier this month of a new Death Star set coming out next year. I still don’t know if this rumor is reliable or not but keep your eyes peeled.
Droid Tales will be premiering in July and episodes will be airing every month up until October. At the end of the trailer, there was a mysterious character next to R2-D2. Who do you think that is? I think I may know who it is from the screencaps I took from the stream. You watch the whole LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales panel here. The actual trailer for LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales starts at 7:07:00.
Update: LEGO has uploaded their panel to their YouTube page. You can watch it below.
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