Only this franchise could produce a cartoon series like this one. Every episode is a chance to revel in a creation that took decades.
Marcia Lucas is responsible for some of the original ‘Star Wars’ trilogy’s most iconic moments. She also hates the latest films.
The cartoons have frequently used our knowledge of the films against us, resulting in a rich emotional experience.
As they race toward the Season 1 finale, Clone Force 99 exposes all their secrets. With revelation only comes more struggle.
Episode 14 reintroduces two critical players, and their arrival equals the Empire’s inevitable destruction.
How is Clone Force 99 ever supposed to join the Rebellion if they keep falling in with such a wretched hive of scum and villainy?
The hunky new ‘Star Wars’ addition takes his first steps into rebellion, and we can no longer ignore Crosshair’s villainy.
Episode 11 continues to bridge the gap between ‘The Clone Wars’ and ‘Rebels.’ With that connection comes a mixed bag of emotion.
Our heroes walk the same streets that Ahsoka Tano once did. Will they prove faster learners than her?