Zero-gravity battles! Lightsaber duels! Dead Greedos! It can only mean one thing: Star Wars: The Clone Wars is back for a second season and, yes, it actually is better than ever.
Pity poor Clone Wars, finishing its first season on the same night as Battlestar Galactica... It was pretty much doomed to be overshadowed, even though last night was the best episode of the season altogether.
The invasion of the planet Ryloth is over... and the first season of George Lucas' Star Wars: The Clone Wars can almost say the same. But which caused more suffering, overall?
It never fails: meet an alien child on a war-torn planet and she'll provide the key to helping the good guys win in the end. Thankfully, last night's Clone Wars stayed true to the formula.
It's all viral warfare this week on Clone Wars, but don't worry; Jar-Jar and a comedy Nazi scientist are here to make sure that it's not as exciting as it may sound.
Ah, the schizophrenic nature of The Clone Wars. Last week, we learned that war was awesome and pacifists are idiots, and this week, it's all about the destructive paranoid nature of war. Conflicted much?
This week on George Lucas Wants You To Learn That Fighting Is Awesome, war comes to Space Brigadoon, and Raccoon Ewoks discover that pacifism is for losers. Socially responsible television the way you like it!
Two thoughts occurred to me during last night's episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Firstly, the series should never, ever, try to make any philosophical points. And secondly, that French Jedi is kinda cute.
You know that there's something wrong with last night's Clone Wars episode when the thing I spent most time thinking about while watching it was that Jar-Jar sounded different than usual. Another misfire awaits.
Space pirates, shady dealings and a rescue from the clutches of bad guys - It can only be the return of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, with another episode that thrills and impresses... surprisingly.
An episode of Clone Wars in which the good guys lost, the best parts weren't ripped off from the movies and Ahsoka wasn't annoying enough to make me want to lightsaber my eyes out? Not only is it not impossible, it also makes for the best episode of the series yet.
This week's Clone Wars dumped a lot of the traditional Star Wars trappings - although they kept in the now-expected moment of ripping off the original trilogy - and the result was something that seemed more like a war story than usual... and a welcome reminder that there's more to George Lucas' saga of a galaxy far,…
This week's episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars offered thrills and spills, derring-do rescues and damsels in distress, and a breathy bad-guy ditching the flawed giant evil death machine and flying off into deep space at the end of the episode. It all seemed very familiar indeed, like this old movie about Darth…