Why ‘Star Wars’ fans might love the ‘Starfighter’ sequel

The new trailer for “Starfighter” #1 has fans buzzing again.

The new teaser features a young Luke Skywalker, who has been left to fight the dark side.

But before we get into the story, we must talk about the character.

The first teaser trailer for Star Wars: “Starfighters” was released on April 12, 2018, and it’s been a very exciting ride for the film franchise.

It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and then went on to be the second-highest-grossing film of 2018, behind only “Rogue One.”

It’s the second film in the “Star Wars” franchise to debut on Blu-ray.

So, let’s take a look at the new trailer and why it’s so special.

Star Wars Rebels and “Star Fighter” Starfighter in its original incarnation was a clone pilot.

The original film featured three pilots: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and a clone named Ezra Bridger.

Each had their own special abilities and missions.

The Rebels had a special-operations team, the “Black Squadron,” that included members from the Clone Wars.

And the pilots were the stars of their own films, including “The Clone Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” and “The Phantom Menaces: A New Hope.”

But when “Star Fighters” was being filmed in 2017, it was a story that took place in a galaxy far, far away.

In the years since, the original pilot “Star” has traveled across multiple time periods and locations.

In “Star-Wars: The Clone Wars,” Luke Skywalker and his Jedi Knight companion, Chewbacca, traveled back in time to the beginning of the Clone War to stop the Confederacy.

In another “StarWars” story, “Rogue Squadron,” the Rebel Alliance’s main fighter squad, traveled to the planet Tatooine.

In that story, Luke Skywalker’s clone brother Han Solo and his fellow pilots also traveled back to the time of the Rebellion.

In both stories, Luke was still young, and he was just starting out.

But in “Starplanes” and the “Rogue Aces” series, the clone pilots have become a part of the Force.

The characters have been part of countless movies and television shows, and they’ve appeared in many different films and television series, as well.

It was during this time that the characters first appeared in a “StarShip” story.

“Star ships” are a type of starship in the Star Wars universe.

They are a collection of a variety of vehicles, from starships to freighters, and even space stations.

The character designs of the Star Ships were originally drawn by the illustrator James Arnold Taylor.

In addition to the ships themselves, there were a variety other characters like Chewback, the leader of the Resistance.

Chewbacchus is a reference to Chewbaca, the beloved Star Wars character from the cartoon series “Chew.”

“Star Ships” had a different design than other Star Ships.

They were much smaller and much more ornate, with red, white, and blue paint schemes.

In one story, for example, “Star Knights” were the largest ships in the galaxy.

In this story, they’re even bigger than the Millennium Falcon, a Star Wars vehicle that was the largest ship in the series.

It’s worth noting that “Star Planes” are not as big as the Star Ship.

They’re much smaller, as are their starships.

They also do not have the traditional, sleek design of the “Skywalkers” and their crew.

Instead, they are more like “pods.”

When the ships first appeared, “pawns” were a type a pilot would use to board a Star Ship, a way to learn how to fly the ship.

In some stories, they were also pilots who worked in the cockpit of the ships.

They could fly in the back or front of the craft, and could perform some other tasks like cleaning or serving food to the crew.

In other stories, a pilot was the captain of a “pilot’s paradise” that had special amenities like restaurants and a spa.

“The Pawns,” or “pansy pilots,” were also characters who could be recruited into a pilot’s paradise.

In a story called “The Bounty Hunter,” they were hired as bounty hunters on a planet.

The pilot in this story would use the Pawn’s powers to get on board a bounty hunter’s ship.

They would then pilot the bounty hunter to their destination, where they would meet the bounty.

In most stories, the pilot would stay on the ship for a time and then leave the ship to return to the pilot’s base.

The Pawn also served as a sort of mentor to the pilots, showing them how to properly operate the ships and their weapons.

In many of the stories, Pawn pilots were pilots who had previously served in other ships.

In Star Wars Rogue Squadron,