Category: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

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    Chronicling The Clone Wars #11

    Satine on the run! Plus, the Season 2 finale featuring Boba Fett! “Duchess of Mandalore” (S214) On Coruscant, Duchess Satine is accused of murder. Now on the run from Republic authorities, Satine and Obi-Wan set off to find the truth. After their failed attempt to spark civil war on Mandalore, the alliance between Pre Vizsla […]

  • Chronicling The Clone Wars #9

    Geonosian zombies! Brainworms! Barriss Offee! “Weapons Factory” (S206) Luminara and Anakin act as decoys to divert new enemy super tanks, while Padawans Barriss Offee and Ahsoka attempt to destroy a Separatist droid factory.

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    Chronicling The Clone Wars #8

    Giant monster! Notorious espionage! The second battle of Geonosis begins! “The Zillo Beast” (S218) The Republic’s new superweapon awakens the fearsome Zillo Beast of Malastare. Now the Jedi have a new problem on their hands — how to contain the deadly creature.

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    Chronicling The Clone Wars #6

    Blue Shadow Virus unleashed!  The Battle of Ryloth! “Mystery of a Thousand Moons” (S118) The fatal Blue Shadow Virus is released, infecting Ahsoka, Padmé and many clone troopers. Anakin and Obi-Wan must race against time to find the antidote. Much of the action in this episode takes place on Iego, a planet mentioned in The […]

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    The Clone Wars: Top 5 Moments of 2012

    As The Clone Wars goes on, it continually advances the Star Wars mythos in new ways: it introduces new characters, it explores relationships, and it pulls back the curtain on things only glimpsed at or mentioned in the six-film saga. In 2012, The Clone Wars delivered these advances in spades. The StarWars.com Team selected its […]

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    Loving The Hobbit, Building The Clone Wars

    I will never forget the bookshelf my parents kept in our living room when I was growing up. My parents are avid readers, so they collected books on world cultures, art, architecture, opera, natural history, and world history. From this vast selection of topics, there was a series of three books packaged together in a […]

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    Chronicling The Clone Wars  #5

    Lemur people! Blue people! Nuvo Vindi’s virus! “Jedi Crash” (S113) When Anakin is gravely injured in battle, Jedi General Aayla Secura must teach Ahsoka the Jedi philosophy of having no personal attachments.

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    Chronicling The Clone Wars  #4

    The Nute Gunray saga continues! Plus, the introduction of Weequay pirate Hondo Ohnaka. “Cloak of Darkness” (S109) Ahsoka and Jedi Master Luminara escort captured viceroy Nute Gunray to trial, unaware that Count Dooku has dispatched his deadly apprentice assassin Asajj Ventress to free the prisoner and eliminate the Jedi.

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    Interview: Dawn-Lyen Gardner — Steela Gerrera on The Clone Wars

    As the story of the Onderon rebellion in The Clone Wars reaches its conclusion this weekend, the character of Steela Gerrera has emerged as a breakout star. Evolving from green rebel-in-training to full-fledged, inspiring leader, Steela has earned a place in the pantheon of classic Star Wars heroines. (Don’t be surprised to find a Steela […]

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    Ahsoka’s Journey in The Clone Wars

    Season Five of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is back in full swing and Ahsoka made her grand entrance last Saturday in “A War on Two Fronts.” I think many people were surprised because we got to see a different side of Ahsoka. Usually she’s so focused and strong, but last week, we got to […]

  • 100 Episodes of The Clone Wars: A Reflection

    Season Five. I can hardly believe it. When I first arrived at Lucasfilm and George and I had our first meetings to discuss the The Clone Wars, he spoke of doing at least a hundred episodes. Well, in Season Five we will pass the 100 episode mark, and keep right on going. At the time, […]

  • Secrets Revealed at Special Fan Screening of The Clone Wars

    Obi-Wan Kenobi once said, “In my experience, there’s no such thing as luck.” Maybe he was wrong. The Clone Wars Season Five doesn’t begin until this Saturday, but some select fans have already seen the first two episodes—on the big screen—and had the opportunity to ask the show’s creators questions about the series’ past, present, and […]

  • Chronicling The Clone Wars

    Without a doubt, the most often asked question I’ve been asked since The Clone Wars started four years ago is, “How does The Clone Wars fit into the existing Expanded Universe Clone Wars timeline?” The first seasons of The Clone Wars were peculiar in that episodes didn’t air in chronological order.  You would have episodes […]

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    SWCVI: The Clone Wars with Dave Filoni and Joel Aron

    The Clone Wars is such a big deal that there were two Season 5 preview panels, one on Saturday and one on Sunday, at Star Wars Celebration VI.  I love the show, so I went to both.  On Saturday attendees were treated to an amazing surprise.  GEORGE LUCAS SHOWED UP!  Yes, the creator himself briefly […]

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