The Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ TV series has once again shone a light on the toxicity of Star Wars fandom.

The latest, Obi-Wan Kenobi, has brought back both Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen - and it's already broken records for Disney+,

Unfortunately, there's also been something of a backlash to Moses Ingram's character, Reva, an Inquisitor working for Darth Vader who's hunting for Obi-Wan.

"If you're sending her racist messages, you're no Star Wars fan in my mind," he insisted. "I totally stand with Moses."

It's heartbreaking to see the online debate about Star Wars pivot to once again focus on the toxicity of some elements of the fandom.

three episodes into one of the most anticipated Star Wars TV shows of all time. What is pleasing, though, is that this time Lucasfilm is responding forcefully.

Star Wars is not unique in having a divided, sometimes toxic fanbase; it is simply particularly notable due to its scale.

It's a far better approach, one that means actors like Moses Ingram can at least know Star Wars has their backs.