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Star Wars Bad Batch Director Responds to #UnwhitewashTheBadBatch Campaign

When Star Wars: The Bad Batch premiered in 2021, fans were excited to return to the galaxy far, far away, and spend some more time with Clone Force 99 (all voiced by Dee Bradley Baker), who were first introduced in the "Bad Batch" arc of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7. The misfit clones — Hunter, Wrecker, Crosshair, Tech, and Echo — had remarkable potential as an inside look at the early days of the Empire, through the eyes of five men created for the sole purpose of fighting on behalf of the Republic.

However, one glaring sore spot in the new series was the appearance of the titular Bad Batch themselves. Their genetically-coded unique skill sets make them look slightly different from the other identical clones: Tech’s glasses, Hunter’s longer hair, Crosshair and Wrecker’s different builds. Echo’s years spent hooked up to a computer also makes him look a little more drawn than the others. This, however, is not where the issue lies.

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