Since its first arrival on Earth about fourteen years ago, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” is a musical group that has greatly expanded the “Star Wars” canon in surprising and unique ways. interesting.
His influence has spread to all corners of the galaxy as far as comics, movies, video games, and TV shows “The Mandalorian” and “The Book of Boba Fett.” In fact, we think it’s such an important part of the Star Wars canon that we gave it the highest rating in our Star Wars TV show, a past article.
Craftsmen George Lucas and Dave Filoni and their staff of writers and developers have elevated the story and CGI-animated graphics to stratospheric levels and helped introduce the images. pivotal in-universe such as Ahsoka Tano, Bo-Katan Kryze, Cad Bane, and the resurrection of Maul.
Over a total of seven seasons and 133 episodes, his plotlines are not limited between the events of “Star Wars: Attack of the Clones” and “Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.” The first five seasons were aired on Cartoon Network from 2008 to 2013, with the sixth short term titled “The Lost Missions” aired on Netflix in 2014. The streaming platform was also included from February and May 2020.
To celebrate the achievements of this famous song, London -based Titan Comics is releasing “Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Official Collector’s Edition” (opens on new page) on the 5th of April.
Spinning on their famous “Star Wars Insider” book comes this 144 -page solid guide that teleports fans through the show’s action -packed adventure down to the ultimate geeky details.
Inside, the characters cover each season of the award -winning animated show “Star Wars” with behind -the -scenes interviews, special graphics, in -depth guides, concept graphics, graphics clothing, and foreign photography. photographed with a number of images from the Lucasfilm Image Archives and “The Clone Wars'” photo gallery.
“Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Official Collector’s Edition” (opens on new page) Land on April 5 at most bookstores and online stores. If you want to catch the show, you can check out the entire Clone Wars show at Disney Plus.