Star Wars: The Clone Wars Revisted – Part 50: Revenge of the Sith

For the entire time I’d been watching the Clone Wars, this past year, I always wondered how they would eventually end it. How closely they would tie it into the events of the Revenge of the Sith. These final four episodes of the Clone Wars answered that question for me pretty definitively. And they answered me by doing it in just about the best way could possibly imagine.

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Revisited – Part 49: The Spice of Life

These four episodes of the Clone War’s final season almost seemed like they could have been bundled up and repackaged as their own little movie. For the most part, this seemed like a story unfamiliar to the majority of how Clone Wars operated, as that focused mainly on being an anthology.

After six years of fans wondering what happened to Ahsoka shortly following the events of her departure from the Jedi Order, this story reveals how she started to make her first steps into a life beyond the cult.

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Revisited – Part 43: The Trouble with Ahsoka

This series of episodes almost feel like it could be a series finale, let alone a season finale. We’re talking about the final four episodes of season five and what were, for a while at least, the final appearances of Ahsoka Tano. That was until Disney brought her back as one of the leading figures of their new Star Wars franchise.

And these, are some damn good episodes too. It’s a shame Disney made a real boneheaded decision to cancel this show when they first acquired Star Wars from Lucasfilm, because this season has been the best of the lot overall. Both in terms of animation quality and the level of storytelling.

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