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.
The Clone Wars “Lost Missions” made its debut on Netflix on Friday, and in honor of that fact I thought it was time for a new blog post, specifically for everyone who supported the show. Growing up a Star Wars fan I dreamed of what the Clone Wars were like, but I never dared dream I would be lucky enough to be a part of the telling of these stories, with some of the most creative and talented people I have ever known.
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