Why Star Wars Fans Can Be So Toxic
The TV series Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney + sheds light on the toxicity of the Star Wars fandom.
He, Obi-Wan Kenobi, brings back Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen - and has already broken Disney + records,
Unfortunately, there is also a contradiction in the character of Moses Ingram, Reva, the inquisitor who works for Darth Vader in his search for Obi-Wan.
"If you're sending his racist messages, you're not a Star Wars fan in my opinion," he said. "I fully agree with Moses."
It's sad to see the online debate about Star Wars revolve around a new focus on poisoning some elements of the fandom.
three episodes of one of the most anticipated Star Wars television movies of all time. Interestingly, however, Lucasfilm reacted quickly this time.
Star Wars is not unique in that it has a divided, sometimes toxic, fan base; is unique mainly in its size.
It's a much better approach, which means that actors like Moses Ingram will at least know that Star Wars has their backs.