Leaked Star Wars: Reclamation Animated Series Sounds Like Just What We Told You



With Disney taking over LucasFilm and ensuing lay-offs following, it’s more than likely that there are a few ex-employees that feel burned, which sees word of a Star Wars: Reclamation animated series drop.

That seems to be exactly the case as one supposed former LucasFilm employee posted scans about a new animated series, “Star Wars: Reclamation,” over at IMDb (via TheForce.net).

And it sounds a lot like what we were told previously from our DC Entertainment source.

Our DC Entertainment Source previously provided us information from a LucasFilm friend about a possible new Star Wars animated series and that it would take place after Return of the Jedi.

Here are the details we were sent:

The new animated Star Wars TV series may focus on the Rebellion taking down the remaining remnants of the Empire spread across the galaxy. It’s said to be similar toThe Clone Wars in which it features a large cast of characters and doesn’t focus on a sole group (i.e. Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo).

From the leaked concept documents found below:

The show will feature a core ensemble cast of new and familiar characters, and explore their internal and collective struggles against the backdrop of a galaxy-spanning war. The focus will largely be on this group, but will shift occasionally to lesser characters and situation.


Drawing from the talent and workflow structure in the creation of THE CLONE WARS animated series, our goal with RECLAMATION is to create a show with similarly wide appeal in terms of viewership and marketing possibilities.


The entire Galaxy is fair game, and any character can be the star.


The Rebel Alliance has succeeded in restoring Republic control over many sectors, but pockets of resistance endure the Galaxy over.


Fifteen years have passed since RETURN OF THE JEDI and the death of Anakin Skywalker.

Princess Leia is also named in the document as is Luke Skywalker (“Shade”).

As “Star Wars: Reclamation” may have been one of the projects in development prior to the Disney acquisition, this may never see the light of day, similar to LucasArts and the video games that were in development.