More details on the first LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles special: ‘The Phantom Clone’

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While we’ve known that the first LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles special has been coming out in May for several months, StarWars.com finally has announced the series, and revealed the first special’s name: ‘The Phantom Clone’, airing May 29 at 8 PM (PT/ET) on Cartoon Network.

The official site points out that while we’ve had LEGO Star Wars specials in the past, The Yoda Chronicles is first to really introduce new main characters just for the shows, in this case: a clone, Jek 14, who has been “enhanced” by the Force. ‘The Phantom Clone’ and the other two future The Yoda Chronicles specials are produced by Wil Film ApS and written by Michael Price, who wrote the hilarious previous LEGO Star Wars specials, The Padawan Menace and The Empire Strikes Out.

The Yoda Chronicles looks like it will be a full LEGO Star Wars franchise, with guide books coming out from DK, and LEGO building sets coming out in August, and this past May the 4th saw the release of the associated iPad/iPhone game. Check out the show’s trailer below.

3 thoughts on “More details on the first LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles special: ‘The Phantom Clone’

  1. Aaron

    “Gets better and better, this day does.”

    Seriously: Could those writers (for whom I have the greatest respect) please watch Empire and get it into their heads that Yoda never talked that way. I know it’s Lego, so they can blow everything out of proportion and it’s still fine, but this Yoda speech stuff is getting on my nerves. #grumpy ;-)

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