Creating a franchise that doubles as a marketing juggernaut and spans multiple media through decades of material is complicated, and leads to an equally complicated canon policy. LucasFilm Licensing LTD is no stranger to this, and neither is Walt Disney Studios. So when Disney announced that there are big, big changes happening to the Star Wars canon policy, it really shouldn't be surprising. Having a canon policy, and how that policy is written and managed, is a big deal. But exactly how will it effect the storytelling of Star Wars, the movies, TV shows, comics, toylines, etc.? That's very hard to tell, and I'm certainly no expert.
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