viernes, 27 de enero de 2017


Lo bueno de tener una peli donde los protagonistas no son ni presentados es que ahora puedes vender los libros con toda la historia que no supiste ni aludir.

Baze and Chirrut used to be Guardians of the Whills, who looked after the Kyber Temple on Jedha and all those who worshipped there. Then the Empire came and took over the planet. The temple was destroyed and the people scattered.

Now Baze and Chirrut do what they can to resist the Empire and protect the people of Jedha, but it never seems to be enough. When a man named Saw Gerrera arrives with grand plans to take down the Empire, it seems like the perfect way for Baze and Chirrut to make a real difference and help the people of Jedha. But will it come at too great a cost?

When Jyn Erso was five years old, her mother was murdered and her father taken from her to serve the Empire. But despite the loss of her parents she is not completely alone—Saw Gerrera, a man willing to go to any extremes necessary in order to resist Imperial tyranny, takes her in as his own, and gives her not only a home but all the abilities and resources she needs to become a rebel herself.

Jyn dedicates herself to the cause—and the man. But fighting alongside Saw and his people brings with it danger and the question of just how far Jyn is willing to go as one of Saw’s soldiers. When she faces an unthinkable betrayal that shatters her world, Jyn will have to pull the pieces of herself back together and figure out what she truly believes in…and who she can really trust.

Confío que esta vez no nos hurten de nuevo la obvia relación gay de Baze y Chirrut que en la película era obvia, pero de repente, solo en las escenas finales.

1 comentario:

Alonso Rafael Lizaraz Sánchez dijo...

Mucho carisma tienen esos dos, por algo le dedican las historias y no al frio y aburrido de Cassian Andor.

Me encantaría que tambien desarrollasen historias de Bistan y Pao ya que Disney nos lo volvió a hacer promocionando personajes sin casi participación en la peli.