More than just a rag-tag group of warriors and mercenaries, The Clone Wars series opened the door to an even deeper history of this complex society.
Oct 2, 2014
In Season Two of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, creatures range in stature from squirming creepy-crawlies to behemoths the size of starships. We are re-introduced to new variations on old foes and surprised with helpful beasts that are truly bizarre. The monsters that follow add to our collection of Season One specimens; coming to us in all sizes, shapes and eating habits. Brain Worms Brain worms are one of the most gruesome organisms to slither their way into Star Wars. The gargantuan Geonosian queen, Karina the Great (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker), uses them to manage her minions. The yellow […]
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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. […]
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