Tag Archives: commentary

“Innocents” Abroad

Here’s what the Interwebs are saying about last Friday’s The Clone Wars episode, “Innocents of Ryloth”:

It appears that the general buzz is quite positive on bringing some heart to the war – is this the Age of “Innocents”? Could it be just coincidental that Obi-wan is the only Jedi main character in this episode? And don’t miss the weekly summary and review on ClubJade, written by Joss Whedon, or at least a Jawa who has once read a comic written by Joss Whedon.

The Clone Wars: Something something angel

The Clone Wars: Blue Shadow Virus

Friday brought a Padme/Jar Jar/Anakin/Anakin double-header with ‘Blue Shadow Virus’ and ‘Mystery of a Thousand Moons’. In the commentaries, Dave Filoni talks about adding new character designs and strange places. (Come back later for James’ review!)

The Clone Wars: Hot Jedi Parka Action

Friday’s Trespass reunited Obi-Wan and Anakin for some snowy shenanigans with blue people and Talz. Fun, no?

(Hattip to EUC’s Mandy for the post title.)

The Clone Wars: War! What is it good for?

[irony]The Clone Wars: Defenders of Peace[/irony]

The pacifist lemur storyline came to an end with ‘Defenders of Peace.’ I think they need an entire episode of Palpatine laughing his bum off after this.

The Clone Wars: Now with lemurs

The Clone Wars: Jedi Crash

Friday’s ‘Jedi Crash’ brings the Jedi to Maridun, home of a colony of Irish-accented Lurmen. In the video commentary, Dave Filoni talks about the comic book influences in the episode.

Everyone catch up with The Clone Wars

Got way behind on blogging the last few weeks, and I’m afraid The Clone Wars took the brunt of it. Ironically, StarWars.com is running an ‘online marathon’ of all the already-aired episodes (are they not all going to be up past Jan 5?) and so you guys can take this time to catch up as well. There’s also some games and stuff, apparently.

The last episode, ‘Lair of Grievous,’ aired more than a week ago (gulp) and came with all the trimmings: Commentary, Holonet News, webcomic, even posters for the Hyperspacers. And of course, you can now watch it online.