All 9 Star Wars: Visions Season 2 Episodes Ranked From Worst To Best

Warning! This article contains SPOILERS for Star Wars: Visions season 2.Star Wars: Visions season 2 has released on Disney+ in honor of Star Wars Day 2023, making it the perfect time to rank all 9 episodes from worst to best. The animated anthology series is unique among the Star Wars TV shows for its diverse approach to the galaxy, showcasing unique animation styles and storylines that wouldn't normally fit into the official canon. Star Wars: Visions season 2 continues that tradition with another batch of exceptional episodes, offering an array of creative ideas from different studios. Some episodes are dark and tragic, others are inspiring and hopeful, while a few are just plain fun.
The variety of styles in Star Wars: Visions season 2 makes it difficult to rank the episodes, as each episode offers something wildly different from the last. The Star Wars franchise has always succeeded in having a variety of stories with their own distinct appeal, which makes it a challenge to label some stories as better than others. That said, some episodes of Star Wars: Visions surpass the others through ambitious plot lines, groundbreaking animation, and emotional depth. Here are all 9 episodes of Star Wars: Visions season 2 ranked from worst to best.
9 "I Am Your Mother" Star Wars: Visions season 2, episode 4 "I Am Your Mother" is certainly the most fun episode of the season, but it is also the least compelling. The sillier animation style and the over-the-top supporting characters make it hard to invest in the action at times, and the emotional moments are nowhere near as impactful as the other season 2 episodes. Wedge Antilles makes a surprising appearance as the race host, but his odd portrayal would perhaps have been better saved for a different project. Despite the episode's flaws, it does have genuinely good comedy and a heartwarming ending for the two leads.
8 "The Pit" Star Wars: Visions season 2, episode 8 "The Pit" is held back by a lack of ambition and a resolution that seems far too easy. The central story about the trapped miners losing hope is extremely compelling, as is the Empire killing the one person who was able to escape by throwing him back into the pit. The episode's message about finding the light in the dark would have been far more impactful if only a few people from the town actually cared about the suffering miners, but almost everyone comes to help right away. The stormtroopers also gave up far too easily, taking away the tension that the final rescue could have had.
7 "In The Stars" Star Wars: Visions season 2 features several amazing styles of animation, and the stop-motion of episode 3 "In the Stars" is no exception. The episode makes use of the dark and dreary atmosphere to highlight the glow of the paintings used as exposition, creating some of the most memorable visuals of the season. While the dichotomy between the two sisters is the heart of the episode, it can also get a bit repetitive, making the characters feel one-note. However, the two teaming up at the end and awakening their dormant Force powers was incredible, and the return of color and brightness to their world felt extremely satisfying.
6 "The Spy Dancer" Star Wars: Visions season 2, episode 6 "The Spy Dancer" is another visual treat, but it tries to do too much in the time allotted. The initial focus on a group of performers dazzling Imperials as cover for the rebellion was really fun, as was the inevitable showdown and escape, but then the episode tries to include too much backstory. The final identity reveal doesn't have enough time to be developed properly, especially since this storyline is unlikely to continue. That time would have been better spent focusing on the Spy Dancer's apprentice and her desire to do more for the rebellion
5 "The Bandits Of Golak" Star Wars: Visions season 2, episode 7 "The Bandits of Golak" feels the most like it could fit into the official canon, making it absolutely fascinating. The animation style works well alongside Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: The Bad Batch, while still feeling like a fresh and energetic entry in the franchise. Ironically, this very strength may actually be a weakness, because the advantage of Star Wars: Visions lies in its ability to experiment and push the boundaries. Even so, the final lightsaber duel featured a brand-new Inquisitor and introduced a new Jedi to Star Wars, and the final goodbye between brother and sister really tugs at the heartstrings.


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