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You'd certainly think so from how much it's used in various Star Wars games and other media. It's the downside of everyone extrapolating from limited examples - one bounty hunter brings in their target in carbonite, simply because they happened to be somewhere that had a carbon-freezing facility and a completely different dude used their bounty as a test subject, and suddenly every bounty hunter in Star Wars fiction is using it as a matter of course.Somebody in carbonite? It's become common practice since they tried it with Solo, then.
Several times over, as I recall - at least, the Clone Wars cartoons (later built upon by Rebels) had a rather different take than the EU novels, which didn't always agree with each other. We'll have to see which way they take it in this series.The Mandalorians were fleshed out alit in the old legends material.
Legends is the old EU. All the old games, books, comics etc.I dont know what "old legends" is, but I saw the movies, and he was defintely the first.
Disney canon. Not really well regarded, they just got Resistance canceled.OK, all the non-canon stuff. So Han Solo was the first, like I said.
No idea what you're talking about. Like I said, I watch the films (and some of the TV, but I'm not a cartoon guy). I've no interest in the old proliferation of novels and comics and stuff. Han Solo was the first person in carbonite, despite whateve rnon-canon sources you list.Disney canon. Not really well regarded, they just got Resistance canceled.
They're also losing money, the toys aren't selling, no one really cares about the new characters (polling on starwars.com) and they're heavily in debt.
Maybe they should have paid more attention to legends, it's better.
TLJ and Ross are almost recycling Dark Empire or most of the plot points. Badly and Dark Empire isn't that well regarded either.
Disney appears to be waking up though and they're not incapable of making decent Star Wars (Rebels, Rogue One).
The Mandalorian might even be good. Looks good. Maybe if they hold their breath and pray, or use Dave Filoni for storyboards.
He's not the first in the new canon either, Rex got frozen iirc in The Clone Wars which is canon. Morrusfails@starwars.No idea what you're talking about. Like I said, I watch the films (and some of the TV, but I'm not a cartoon guy). I've no interest in the old proliferation of novels and comics and stuff. Han Solo was the first person in carbonite, despite whateve rnon-canon sources you list.
Still canon.Like I said, not a cartoon guy.