Any sane person would probably take a break from this series for the remainder of December. Seeing as how I’ve got a ton of top ten entries to be writing. I couldn’t do that though, I’m on a roll of not missing one of these Clone Wars uploads for months, and I would be crazy to try and get out of it now.
Plus, with all these new Star Wars series getting announced, I’m becoming increasingly aware that I need to catch up to Rebels after finishing Clone Wars if I want to feel like I’m up to date on everything.
Anyway, we’re into season 5.
I’ve said this before, but some of the more interesting stories told in the Clone Wars series are the ones that actually take a step away from the war itself and look at some other part of the galaxy. These episode delves back into our favourite hive of scum and villainy and take a pretty unique stab at telling with no real recognisable face at its forefront. I mean, not really but you’ll get where I’m going with this.
I might have to stop writing which episodes I’m planning on covering in upcoming entries for this series going forward. Because it’s really a shot in the dark as to whether there’s going to be enough going on within them to warrant splitting them up into multiple parts or not. Like here for example; we’ve got a three-part storyline that, while dealing with heavy subject matter, is ultimately a pretty open and shut kind of story. And something I can just talk about all in one go.
I guess it all ends up being about how they handle these stories rather than their subject matter themselves.