Star Wars: The Clone Wars Revisited – Part 19: A Hutt Retcon Gumbo

When I first dove trio of episodes, the first of which was called “Evil Plans”, I’ll admit that I wasn’t expecting a collection of stories about Hutts and bounty hunters. In a universe where objective evil does exist, the shades of grey cast over the criminal underworld seem to be getting a bad wrap when described as “evil”.

Not that I’m complaining, I love the criminal element of the Star Wars universe, so a few more episodes that focus on them are more than welcome in my book.

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Revisited – Part 10: Cad Bane’s Big Adventure

Right away, season 2 of the Clone War seems like an incredibly refreshing change of pace that I desperately needed from the series. As I said in the previous part where I spoke about the final episodes of season 1, the show had become bogged down with it’s militaristic framing device and really needed to focus on some different aspect of the Star Wars universe for a few episodes, these three episodes do just that.

If you do want to look back at the episodes from season 1, then this link right here will take you to the archive.

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