OBI-WAN KENOBI's Second Episode Reportedly Features A Post-Credits Scene (And It Sounds EPIC) - SPOILERS

A new report claims that the second episode of Obi-Wan Kenobi will include a post-credits scene, and you'd best believe we have all the details on what to expect from that. Find the spoilery details here...

It's hardly a spoiler to point out that Darth Vader will be part of Obi-Wan Kenobi, especially as Hayden Christensen's return was confirmed by Lucasfilm fairly early on. Needless to say, the Sith Lord is a character who needs no introduction, but that doesn't mean the Disney+ series won't deliver a cool opening moment for the iconic villain's first live-action appearance since 2016's Rogue One.

According to Making Star Wars, we'll see Vader make his return in a post-credits scene at the end of the second episode. After "Ben" Kenobi races into action to rescue the young Princess Leia, he embraces the Force for the first time since going into hiding at the end of Revenge of the Sith.

In the stinger, we come across a Bacta Tank. Inside the murky water is a mysterious figure, and with that, Anakin's twisted eye comes into focus, opening as Vader senses this shift in the Force. 

Clearly, he's finally felt the presence of his old Master and it will be this that prompts the former Jedi to head back into action in a quest to finally take revenge on the man he believes betrayed him (of course, Vader has something of a legitimate gripe after Obi-Wan left him to burn on Mustafar). The expectation is that we'll see at least two battles between the former allies, so we'll be getting a lot of Vader.

It was recently confirmed that Obi-Wan Kenobi will premiere on Disney+ on May 27 with two episodes. Needless to say, a post-credits scene like this is the perfect way to create buzz online!

Keep checking back here for the latest on the show. 

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