Let’s play the “What if?” game with Asajj Ventress, who is, in fact, a queen.
It had to happen eventually: Bruce Wayne teams up with Red Hood, Nightwing, and Robin to fight crime and melt faces.
Princess Mononoke: Even if all the trees grow back, it won’t be his forest anymore. The Forest Spirit is dead.
Prince Ashitaka: Never. He is life itself. He isn’t dead, San. He is here with us now, telling us, it’s time for both of us to live.
As Luke gets stronger in the Force, Obi-Wan becomes more material to him. [Return of the Jedi] is the clearest we’ve ever seen a Force ghost. In A New Hope, he was just a voice. In the beginning of The Empire Strikes Back, […] you could barely see him. At the end of The Empire Strikes Back, you saw him a lot more clearer. And [in Return of the Jedi], we see him clearer still. And that, I believe, is because Luke, his ability to perceive these things is increasing. He can now see these things. He can feel these things. He’s stronger in the Force. - Sam Witwer (Rebel Force Radio Film Commentary for Return of the Jedi)