Lucasfilm has announced the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Clone Wars complete first season DVD, and has promised it will be filled with extras that give viewers a chance to see how the show is put together from beginning to end. â€œIâ€™m a longtime Star Wars fan, and the sameâ€™s true for a lot of the guys working on the show,â€ said supervising director Dave Filoni. â€œAnd as a fan, I know that Lucasfilm can be pretty secretive. Theyâ€™re famous for it. But weâ€™re all so proud of the work thatâ€™s gone into The Clone Wars, and we wanted
Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, when California hadnâ€™t become a state, and Spain ruled via governors and magistrates.Â Gold is about to make land owners very rich, and corruption runs rampant.Â Who will protect the innocents of the land? Zorro, Zorro, the fox so cunning and free, Zorro, Zorro, who makes the sign of the Z!
After spanning the galaxy, the conflict comes home in â€œInnocents of Ryloth,â€ an all-new episode of the hit animated series STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, premiering at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, March 6, on Cartoon Network. The second in a three-part saga chronicling the liberation of a Separatist-held planet, â€œInnocents of Rylothâ€ looks at the civilians caught in the crossfire of the sweeping galactic conflict. When Obi-Wan Kenobi and his clones are sent to the surface to sabotage a powerful Separatist weapon, they encounter heavy resistance from the droid army â€“ but they also come face to face with the
Stranded on a distant planet, the Jedi must convince its pacifist inhabitants to bend their beliefs and fight for peace in â€œDefenders of Peace,â€ an all-new episode of the hit animated series STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, premiering at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, Jan. 23, on Cartoon Network. While the Jedi combat a new Separatist weapon, the pacifist Lurmen must decide whether they will lay down to the invading forces or take up arms with Anakin, Ahsoka and Jedi General Aayla Secura to protect their belief system.
Or – “These Days, The Government Agencies Always Go Bad…” Back in the day, the government agent was someone you could trust…Â Dick Tracy.Â Nick Fury.Â King Faraday.Â James Bond.Â The spies were always honest, and they stopped those with ignoble or antisocial points of view, for the good of America and/or Mother Britain.Â In this, the age of irony, we have seen a paradigm shift, where even Nick Fury has admitted that he’s engaged in monstrous behaviors, engaging wars, setting up innocents to be killed, and generally being a jerk.Â For a couple of years now, Invincible has been
Or – “The Fair Witch Project.” The Legion of Super-Heroes covers a lot of different takes on heroism, but the one thing that they all seem to share is the affinity for science.Â From the “ultra-energy” that imbues Jo Nah, to Wildfire‘s transformation to pure antimatter, to the accident that empowered Lighting Lass and her brother, theÂ vagaries of scienceÂ (or at least the strange comic book version thereof) have served as the origin of many Legionnaires.Â Indeed, with the bright and shiny future setting, that’s as it should be.Â So today’s Historical subject is an anomaly from the get-go, holding the