I forget who exactly posted it, but I know it was a comment on one of those posts where OP was trying to defend Wolffe for shooting at Kanan.
The person pointed out that FPJ keeps saying the clones need to earn Kanan’s respect without saying /why/.
Why do they? Why do they need to earn Kanan’s respect? Is it in order to complete their goal? It shouldn’t be because their personal feelings for each really don’t matter. If anything, Kanan should be trying to earn REX’S respect, if they’re following the formula I think they are:
Group of people I used to work with betrayed me so now I trust none of them, so they now need to earn my unneeded respect.
Rex was betrayed by a Jedi in the Umbara Arc yet I’ve heard nothing about Kanan needing to earn his respect.
And honestly…the whole “respect or no greater goal will be achieved in a timely fashion” things is just REALLY petty to me.
I honestly don’t think the clone s would care about Kanan’s personal opinion of them. They have more important things to worry about than some random stranger’s personal feelings.
It’s obviously so easy for him to deal with the Ghost Crew, and while we tend to joke around when it comes to Vader/Anakin (trash son anyone?) he really is a terrifying individual with a crazy amount of power.
With his house leveled and his dad abducted, Kenny retreats to the wilderness, along with his matter-transforming cube and his new robot friends, Click and the Power Blaster. But when Dr. Cruel captures his girlfriend, Kenny can’t keep hiding … He’ll have to summon the courage and ingenuity he’s not sure he has to save her from the mad scientist’s machinations!
REBELS # 8
(W) Brian Wood (A) Ariela Kristantina, Andrea Mutti (CA) Tula Lotay
Two standalone stories in this issue! Meet Silence Bright, “Liberty’s Daughter,” who runs an underground print shop in occupied Boston in a tale with art by guest artist Ariela Kristantina (Deep State).
Main series artist Andrea Mutti returns with “Occupation,” a Seth Abbott story set during the Great Fire of New York that touches on a topic new to Rebels: the freed slaves who fought on the British side.
Strength, determination and vigor. As we look forward to the next chapter in Panem, we look to those equipped with the will to make it great. We salute, Johanna Mason, for her strong will, purposeful defiance and for never failing to stand up for what she believes in.