Yes, I will be seeing this.

Regardless of what the mass audience thinks, I didn’t hate everything that happened in the first three movies (except for young Anakin, Jar-Jar Binks, the pod race – well pretty much everything except the fight scenes in the first movie), and I did get a kick out of the Clone Wars animated series.

The trailer looks hot, let’s hope Lucas doesn’t screw this one up.

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  1. Sanlear
    February 19, 2008 at 12:40 pm — Reply

    The Clone Wars animated series wins for having Shaggy of Scooby Doo fame as a Jedi named Shaa’gi. Seriously.

  2. February 19, 2008 at 4:23 pm — Reply

    A year ago, I would have been super excited about this. Sure, I might go see the theatrical premier (the series premiers in theaters first, August 15th before continuing on TV), but I just have not been happy with Star Wars for a while now.

  3. Young
    February 20, 2008 at 1:01 am — Reply

    I’m still a geek for Star Wars, even after the crummy prequels…I got a Darth Vader saber as a Xmas gift, and I LOVE it :D

    The trailer for the Clone War is very promising, and hopefully Lucas wasn’t too involved in this one.

  4. Gilles
    February 20, 2008 at 1:33 am — Reply

    While the art and animation look good, the trailer itself tries way too hard to be “cool”. From the clone trooper screaming “Here they come” before the appearance of a mere half-dozen robot troopers to the pointless anti-grav bike hopping and decapitation, this reeks of appearance over substance.

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