Why Nick Fury steals nine realm to demolish Hosnian Prime!

How does that tie into Rangers of the New Republic? Well, as previously mentioned, the Sector Rangers were re-established as part of the New Republic Defense Force, with law-enforcement academies established across Senate worlds. That included Hosnian Prime, the unfortunate home of the Senate during the Starkiller Base crisis that fractured the New Republic for good. The idea of a new protagonist in charge of maintaining New Republic jurisdictions across the Outer Rim is kind of a way to have The Mandalorian both ways. You can still get that sort of space-western vibe but one rooted within the traditional heroes of the Star Wars saga rather than a morally-ambiguous (but good at heart) outlaw. Maybe the series doesn’t follow a Sector Ranger, but pilots and soldiers in the New Republic Defense Force—like X-Wing pilots Carson Teva and Trapper Wolf—as it stands in this period of time, getting to explore a galaxy in relative peace after years of fighting in the Galactic Civil War.

Whatever Rangers of the New Republic decides to be about, one thing we can be certain of: it’ll be some much-needed insight into a vital period of Star Wars canon that we still don’t know all that much about.

Packing on the pounds with pizza and beer, Thor retreated into video games and refused to engage with the gravity of the situation. Thor was also an absent king whose people rare saw him. While the God of Thunder redeems himself in Avengers: Endgame’s final battle, he chooses not to make amends as a leader, passing authority over to Valkyrie and heading off for a jaunty space adventure with the Guardians of the Galaxy. As Odin’s son and the heir of Asgard, however, Thor is supposed to be ruler of the Nine Realms – worlds that need kind, fair, strong leadership now more than ever. While Valkyrie is more than capable of filling that role, Thor abdicated his solemn responsibility at the worst possible time.

As much as 2017’s Wonder Woman came steeped in muddy browns and muted grays, every frame of its sequel Wonder Woman 1984 radiates bright, retina-sizzling neons and pastels. That stark contrast goes beyond their respective visuals — it extends to their very different emotional landscapes and narrative drives.


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