The Star Wars canon changed forever Saturday night with the latest episode of Star Wars Rebels, “Twin Suns.” It was a massive episode in terms of character, Star Wars history, and precedent. So we simply had to talk to Dave Filoni, the executive producer of Rebels, to get the scoop on the Obi-Wan Kenobi/Darth Maul…
This Saturday on Star Wars Rebels, Darth Maul finally faces down with Obi-Wan Kenobi. It’s the rematch he’s been waiting for since The Phantom Menace, when Kenobi cut him in two and derailed his rise to power. But it was a battle that was never supposed to happen.
This week’s Star Wars Rebels is a cool episode that features Wedge. And it’s great. But before that episode has even aired, Disney has released a teaser for the March 18 episode. They never do that and there’s a reason. It’s that good.
Star Wars Rebels’ third season is building towards a do-or-die standoff between Darth Maul and the opponent he’s been hunting for nearly two decades: old Ben Kenobi. It’s the first time we’ll have seen something like it told in Disney’s new canon... but it’s not the first time Star Wars has ever pondered such this…
Correction: Whoa. Talk about a brain fart. Of course this is the Darksaber, a saber introduced in The Clone Wars. It’s not new like the article originally said. I mean, it’s new to Ezra, but not us. The original post has been edited below. Apologies for my idiocy.
For the most part, Marvel’s new Star Wars comics have mostly shied away from exploring the era of the prequels—just two of the company’s Star Wars series have touched on the time period. That’s about to change with a new miniseries that will explore Maul’s past before the events of The Phantom Menace.
It’s been teased since that bombshell of a trailer, but next week’s Star Wars Rebels is throwing another familiar face into the mix, one not seen since the days of Clone Wars. And that’s in addition to a heartbreaking reunion between Ahsoka Tano and Darth Vader. Obviously, there’s going to be some spoilers ahead if…
There is one good thing to come out of Episode I: The Phantom Menace: Darth Maul. This fan film, Darth Maul: Apprentice showcases all of the things that we loved about the red-and-black Sith Lord.
Between spiky Thors and scary Predators, there’s been quite a few reveals for Square-Enix’s Play Arts Kai line recently — but that’s not stopped them from lifting the lid on their latest Star Wars toy today. Although this Darth Maul isn’t as wacky as Play Arts Kai at it’s best, it looks absolutely awesome.
For what little time he graced the screen in The Phantom Menace, any sort of emotion that wasn’t “stoic” or “oh crap I just got chopped in half” was rarely seen on the visage of Darth Maul. However, this new figuarts toy from Bandai looks so wonderfully demented, it makes for a lovely figure.
Ever since Darth Maul took center stage in the most recent Clone Wars arc, we've been waiting for Chancellor Palpatine to step out of the shadows and school Maul as Darth Sidious. Finally, Palpatine has arrived to enforce the Rule of Two, while Obi-Wan Kenobi decides to take a page from Anakin's playbook. S
This week in the world of cartoons, Palpatine appears on Clone Wars, Kraven the Hunter goes...well...hunting on Ultimate Spider-Man, and we add Archer to the SMC lineup. Yes!
One of the things that Clone Wars does especially well is to develop characters who were poorly developed in the prequel trilogy. And, after a lackluster performance in the season opener, Darth Maul has become an exciting character to watch as he and Savage continue their renegade Sith act. Last episode, Maul and…
This week in the world of cartoons, Obi-Wan's former love wages war against Death Watch & Darth Maul, a misunderstanding leads to a battle between the Green and Red Lanterns, and one of DC's great 1980s villains appears on Young Justice!
Joe Schreiber's zombieriffic Death Troopers and its sequel, Red Harvest, were among the most interesting things to happen to Star Wars lately. Now the horror writer is returning to the Star Wars universe — and we've got the exclusive reveal right here.
This week in the world of cartoons, Darth Maul, Savage Oppress, and Death Watch join forces to eliminate Obi-Wan Kenobi! Really, that should be enough. Electro also appears on Ultimate Spider-Man, and we might be seeing the end of Discord on My Little Pony.
Now that Darth Maul has returned to the Star Wars universe, we can expect him and his brother, Savage Opress, to kick up more mayhem in the fifth season of Clone Wars. But Maul isn't the biggest, baddest Sith Lord in the galaxy; Darth Sidious will finally show himself in the flesh, and he won't be happy. And what has…
This week kicks off with the season finale of Clone Wars, one of the most awaited half hours of sci-fi television this year! Not to be left out, DC Nation brings it with new episodes of Green Lantern and Young Justice, along with some hilarious shorts. Archer vomits too. MAJOR spoilers ahead!
Clone Wars reaches its peak as Darth Maul returns, Archer's wife comes back from the dead, and we preview this week's DC Nation in what may be the largest edition of Saturday Morning Cartoons yet! As always, minor spoilers ahead!