Press Release Coming off of the record-setting first season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Cartoon Network announced today it will premiere a full slate of 22 all-new episodes for season two of the critically acclaimed and top-rated CG-animated series from creator George Lucas and Lucasfilm Animation.Â The special one-hour season two premiere event of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs Friday, October 2, at 8 p.m. (et/pt).
I dig on fan films.Â Really well done fan films.Â The fan film allows creative types to present their vision of a particular property to the world. It’s just too bad that so many companies poo-poo the notion and rain on the parade of those who truly drink in the property.Â The good news is George Lucas is as keen on fan films as I am, and embraces the notion of fans creating and expanding the Star Wars universe.Â For nine years now, Lucasfilm, Ltd. and Atom.com have teamed for a Star Wars fan film contest, and want you to
For those unfortunate souls who didn’t get their San Diego Comic Con tickets, and are now forced to surf the Intardwebz for your information, have a bright spot of hope this year in the form of G4TV.Â The network has announced it will air the Star Wars Comic-Con Panel live on its channel for the fans around the world.Â This is the first time a panel has been broadcast live. Press release after the jump!
Can’t get enough Star Wars: Clone Wars?Â 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 â€œprequelâ€ 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