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Welcome to Force Friday — our weekly roundup of all things Star Wars.

Here’s what’s happening around the Star Wars galaxy this week:

Films:

Disney has released a teaser for the deleted scenes that will be available on Star Wars: The Force Awakens home video release.

The deleted scenes on the Digital HD and Blu-ray Combo Pack releases are, “Finn and the Villager”, “Jakku Message”, “X-Wings Prepare for Lightspeed”, “Kylo Searches The Falcon”, “Snow Speeder Chase,” and “Finn Will Be Fine.”

There will also be a special bonus deleted scene, “Tunnel Standoff” which will be available when fans pick up the film on Digital HD or reedem the digital copy included in the Blu-ray Combo Pack.

Comics:

Comics on Sale Next Week:

Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1

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Follow everyone’s favorite protocol droid as he Journeys to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in this special one-shot leading up to his appearance in the film! Just how did Threepio get a red arm, anyway? Find out here as the blockbuster creative team of James Robinson and Tony Harris of DC’s Starman reunite for the first time in nearly two decades! You may be fluent in over six million forms of communication…but this book is a must have in any language

Darth Vader #18:

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With resources vital to the Empire on the line, Vader makes his move… But Cylo and his forces are looking to show him up before he can! Full-scale warfare on the surface of Sho-Turun.

Television:

In the shocking season 2 finale of Star Wars Rebels, destinies will be forever changed and iconic characters will re-emerge in what will surely be the most talked about episode of the season. In the one-hour finale, Kanan, Ezra and Ahsoka seek out an Inquisitor to gain information about Vader, but soon encounter an unexpected ally in their fight against the Sith. When their search leads them to a confrontation with Vader (voiced by James Earl Jones), the three Jedi and their new ally must marshal all their strengths to survive.

The two-part finale, directed by series Executive Producer Dave Filoni and featuring the return of Darth Maul (voiced by The Clone Wars’ Sam Witwer) debuts next Wednesday, March 30 (9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD.

Quick Takes:

Marvel Releasing Star Wars True Believers Series on May 4.

Star Wars Celebrates Maz Monday With New Looks at the Character

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