From the very, very big (the Zillo Beast) to the very, very creepy (brain worms), Season Two of Star Wars: The Clone Wars featured a wide range of strange creatures.
Looking back at one of the strangest — and most daring — episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
See how Akira Kurosawa’s proto-buddy cop masterpiece influenced a key episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Wondering if Star Wars: The Clone Wars is right for your children? Check out StarWars.com’s new parental guide to the hit animated series.
Counting down the all-time top installments of Star Wars: The Clone Wars!
Just as World War II impacted every corner of our world, the events of Star Wars: The Clone Wars seemed to touch nearly every corner of the Star Wars galaxy. The six seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars gave us a deeper look into the far-reaching implications of a galactic conflict that had only been glimpsed in the Star Wars films. In 2008, George Lucas said that the upcoming Star Wars: The Clone Wars was “like Band of Brothers only with Jedi,” but little did we know then just how much the award-winning show would draw from history as inspiration. […]
See how the final episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars drew inspiration from films about a certain adventuring archaeologist.
Lucasfilm presents the official sequential order for the beloved animated series, including all 121 shows and the original feature film.
Back when I interviewed Dave Filoni about Star Wars: The Clone Wars, we spoke for a long time regarding the series’ themes, its final broadcast season, and its legacy. I included almost everything we discussed in the final three-part piece…except for one brief exchange that had to remain on the cutting room floor: our talk about the Lost Missions’ Yoda arc, which at the time, was a little too spoilery to publish. Now that the episodes are out on Netflix for everyone to enjoy, I’m really happy to share his thoughts on this essential story.
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