The announcement of Star Wars: Visions, the first anime project dedicated to the huge franchise that George Lucas created in the second half of the 1970s, received a positive response from the community. Several animation studios were involved in the production, including Science Saru, which was recently criticized by animator Joan Chung.

The studio in question is known for producing high quality series and is particularly popular with viewers, such as Devilman Crybaby directed by the master Masaaki Yuasa, and Space Dandy, and after being the focus of Chung's various and violent reviews, the project managers decided to speak to them.

The animator has reported updates on the story on her official page on social networks, in particular the fact that the confidentiality agreement she had signed was still valid. To avoid legal action immediately, the company tried to settle peacefully with Chung, who decided to respond to their intentions and re-emphasized it unsustainable conditions for you and your colleagues.

From the last published post, which you can find below, the situation seems to have calmed down without resorting to complaints, defamation or legal citations of any kind. We remember it Star Wars Visions will be available on Disney + starting September 22, 2021, and we'll leave you with the first details that emerged about the plot of the series.

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