Can’t get enough Star Wars: Clone Wars?  Head over to StarWars.com to check out exclusive web comics written by Pablo Hidalgo that compliment each new weekly episode.

Four different artists offer unique and intriguing interpretations of the signature style of Lucasfilm Animation, and the stories serve as a “prequel” to individual episodes, showcasing the backstory that precedes the on-screen action.

The online comics are available only at StarWars.com, which debuts a new story every Monday.

If that’s not enough, fans can also get their game on with the Star Wars The Clone Wars; Lightsaber Duels for the Wii, and Star Wars The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance on the Nintendo DS.

What?  You want more?  Lucasfilm Ltd. has a slew of Clone Wars Products shipping in time for the holidays.

(Approximate Retail Price: $29.99; Ages 5 & up)

Join the army of heroic clone troopers by donning an authentic CLONE TROOPER HELMET, as seen in the upcoming STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS animated feature film and TV series.  Includes signature phrases and awesome voice amplifier to truly disguise your identity.

(Approximate Retail Price:  $149.99; Ages 4 & up)

Updating the fan-favorite MILLENNIUM FALCON toy for the first time since its inception in 1979, Hasbro is launching the largest MILLENNIUM FALCON toy to ever travel the galaxy.  The new STAR WARS MILLENNIUM FALCON is approximately 30 percent larger than the original version and includes authentic electronic lights and sounds and can accommodate up to 18 action figures.

(Approximate retail price: $99.99; Ages 4 and up; Available)

Star Wars fans and collectors will travel at light speed to toy stores for the chance to take the new six-legged CLONE WARS vehicle for a spin.  Measuring two feet long, the AT-TE can transport an amazing 20 clone troopers and is packed with galactic sounds and firing features.

via Lucas Film


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