Here’s another early look at an upcoming The Black Series [Phase III] exclusive! This time, we are adding the shared exclusive Clone Commander Wolffe 6-Inch figure to our Visual Guides. Click below for the full Visual Guide page, and click here to have a look at our detailed review.
James Arnold Taylor, who voiced Obi-Wan in The Clone Wars tv show, has revealed in an interview that almost full 8 seasons for Star Wars: The Clone Wars had already been recorded before Disney canceled the show.
Do you think Disney might at one point release the recorded dialogue? Maybe as some kind of radio play with added sound effects? Animating the remaining episodes seems to be out of the question. But chances are we’ll never get to hear or see the additional material, which is regrettable.
In honor of Commander Wolffe’s appearance in the Star Wars Rebels finale, let’s get him added to our Sideshow Collectibles Visual Guide! Click below to check out the amazing sixth scale Clone Commander Wolffe (104th Battalion). We also have a full review of this figure right here.
Disney may be on pace to announce a new series of Star Wars films each week, but JTA hasn’t forgotten about Star Wars: The Clone Wars and this week we’ll be looking at one of the series’ best episodes. Click the banner below to read our full review of the season one classic, “Trespass.”
It’s the first Star Wars: The Clone Wars review of the new year! This week we’ll be looking at the episode “Defenders of Peace.” Click the banner below to read the full review.
Aayla Secura made her Star Wars: The Clone Wars debut in “Jedi Crash.” This underrated season one episode is probably more fun than you remember. Click the banner below to read the full review!
I have good news and bad news. The good news is that we have another Star Wars: The Clone Wars review for you. The bad news is that the episode heavily features Jar Jar Binks, and he isn’t even voiced by Amed Best. Click the banner below to read the full review!
JTA’s look back at Star Wars: The Clone Wars continues with our review of “Dooku Captured.” This episode is notable for introducing the world to Hondo Ohnaka. Click the banner below to read the full review!
We’re back! After an extended hiatus, JTA’s look back at Star Wars: The Clone Wars is resuming. We’ll be reviewing every episode of the series in chronological order and we’re picking up right where we left off with the season one episode “Lair of Grievous.” Click the banner below to read the full review!
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