Wondering what’s been happening at StarWars.com? Here’s a quick roundup of what you might have missed this week!
THE CLONE WARS SEASON FIVE FINALE
The season finale of The Clone Wars is almost here! Tune in to Cartoon Network tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m. for “The Wrong Jedi” — questions will be answered and nothing will be the same! For a sneak peek at “The Wrong Jedi,” take a look at StarWars.com’s preview guide, featuring clips, slideshows, and more. And be sure to come back to StarWars.com next week for some special content celebrating Season Five.
In case you missed it, last week’s episode of The Clone Wars, “To Catch a Jedi,” is streaming for free on StarWars.com. Go behind the scenes of the episode with the accompanying exclusive featurette, “A Wretched Hive: The Coruscant Underworld.”
CELEBRATION EUROPE NEWS
More guests, events, and exhibits have been confirmed for Messe Essen! Steve Sansweet will be bringing the Rancho Obi-Wan Experience, a traveling museum of rare Star Wars merchandise, to the show. Details have also been revealed for the Star Wars Costume Masquerade, and mega-collector Gus Lopez will be presenting a wide array of panels on collecting Star Wars.
THE BEST OF THE BLOG
In “Balancing the Force as a Star Wars Book Editor and Fangirl,” Lucasfilm’s Jennifer Heddle discusses her love of Star Wars…and how she must sometimes temper it in her job as a Star Wars editor.
Star Wars Pinball is here — check out StarWars.com’s new hub devoted to the game — and creative director Neil Sorens wrote a special post about the making of the game and why he wants to hear from fans.
Rich Handley delivers a stunningly in-depth look at some forgotten Star Wars comics. A must-read for collectors and fans of funny books!
Finally, a new cartoon from Katie Cook imagines what Yoda might be like had he gone into exile in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.