Since its debut more than 40 years ago, the Star Wars saga has attempted to convey the importance of embracing the Light and avoiding the Dark to viewers of all ages. The animated series Star Wars Rebels was enjoyed by young and old viewers alike, delivering exciting tales of heroism in the face of adversity. Vanessa Marshall, who voiced Hera Syndulla on the series, hopes that young audiences take note of her character's unwavering hope throughout the character's journey.
"I think she has always had so much hope, and I hope that kids take that from all that she said, and all that she did, that there's always
Much like Rose Tico's message to Finn in The Last Jedi, Marshall noted that Hera has taught her, and hopefully others, to embrace the things we love as opposed to resorting to cynicism when faced with challenges.
"I know we've got all sorts of things going on in the world that are slightly disturbing at the moment, and I'm hoping that through love, and care, and the kind of ethics that Hera embodies that we can unite," Marshall detailed. "If we need to agree to disagree, I think that she offered that as a worldview, and she didn't just talk the talk, she walked the walk, and I know that a lot of young girls that I've
Hera was last seen in Season Four of Star Wars Rebels, though with the number of upcoming Lucasfilm projects, both live-action and animated, hopefully audiences get to see Hera's continued adventures.0comments
Season Four of Star Wars Rebels is on Blu-ray now.
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