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# of Listings: 3,262
# of Canon EU Listings: 452
# of Legends Listings: 2,948
# of Characters: 2,001
Character in Most Issues: Darth Vader
Group in Most Issues: Jedi Order
Highest Rated Listing: Star Wars (Line Webtoon)
Lowest Rated Listing: Slaying Dragons
 

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Listings Read: 18,999 ListingsRated: 11,609
Listings Read (year): 11,949 Listings Rated (year): 7,232
Listings Read (month): 1,924 Listings Rated (month): 1,523
Listings Read (today): 8 Listings Rated (today): 8
Most Read Listings: The Phantom Menace Most Rated Listings: The Phantom Menace
Last Listings Read: Probe Droid Problem Last Listings Rated: Probe Droid Problem
 

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phogbear Says:
Galactic Maps: This book is fun, but its not essential. I recommend you skip it as it's just a book of maps.

My kids, huge Star Wars fans, loved the book and it was more fun going through it with them. Kids say it should have 5 stars. I gave it 3 because it's missing a few places. At least I think so. I could be getting Legends and Canon confused.
 
thatsagoodone11 Says:
The Mandalore Plot: There is so much to sink your teeth into in this episode. The introduction of the Mandalorians in Canon (other than the rogue bounty hunter, Jango Fett) is by far the most important element. Pre Vizsla mentions the Old Republic, which is also the first time this is brought up in Canon. Being able to utilize the Fett armor that has been discussed and gawked at for generations is truly phenomenal.

Another important aspect is the portrayal of neutral worlds in the Clone Wars. Not everybody takes a side in a war, and this should be no exception. I am glad the series explores this a bit.

Seeing Obi-Wan in a semi-romantic affair is strange, yet satisfying. Perhaps he is a person after all!

My jaw dropped to the floor when that Darksaber unsheathes for the first time. That is the coolest thing on the show thus far. I know the Canon doesn't explore the Old Republic Mandalorian-Jedi conflict like the Legends continuity does, but I think there is a lot of potential here.

4/5
 
thatsagoodone11 Says:
Lightsaber Lost: Really fun episode that gives us a focus on the criminal underworld of Coruscant. We rarely get to see the city at the street level, even though this is kind of the home base planet of the Clone Wars era. The parkour chase and the investigating by Ahsoka shows off what the city looks like outside of the Senate building and Jedi Temple. Missed opportunity - no mention of death sticks!

The character models for the two female criminals are not good here. They look like PS2 models compared to the other characters. My theory is that the more a character is used in the series, the more chances the animators have to fine tune the model. One off characters like these have little attention given to them.

Tera Sinube is a total badass.

3/5
 
thatsagoodone11 Says:
The Deserter: There is a nice blend of action and development in this episode. The clones and droids get into an old-fashioned blaster battle near the end of the episode, but there is some personal moments to be had before this. Discussion points arise in terms of clones being individuals and being able to desire something that they weren't programmed for. This shows the freedom that clones (maybe not all of them) are able to display. They might be programmed for war and taking orders, but at least some of them have the desire and ability to evade the war. I am also interested in inter-species romance. We see a human clone and a Twi'lek married with two children. I looked into it and apparently, the children are not the clone's biological offspring. They are, however, half-human-half-Twi'lek. This hasn't been tackled in Canon to this point.

A side note - I thought one of those children sounded like Phil/Lil in Rugrats. Looked it up and, voila, I was right!

3/5
 
phogbear Says:
Darth Vader #3: Great introduction for Doctor Aphra.
 
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raistlin903 Says:
The Mandalore Plot: Every time I watch this episode I think "Obi-Wan has a girlfriend"....

Oh and the black lightsaber is REALLY cool....
 
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Corlagon Says:
Lightsaber Lost: Tera Sinube was kinda cool. Too bad they never really used him again before Disney cancelled the series.
 
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thatsagoodone11 Says:
The Deserter: There is a nice blend of action and development in this episode. The clones and droids get into an old-fashioned blaster battle near the end of the episode, but there is some personal moments to be had before this. Discussion points arise in terms of clones being individuals and being able to desire something that they weren't programmed for. This shows the freedom that clones (maybe not all of them) are able to display. They might be programmed for war and taking orders, but at least some of them have the desire and ability to evade the war. I am also interested in inter-species romance. We see a human clone and a Twi'lek married with two children. I looked into it and apparently, the children are not the clone's biological offspring. They are, however, half-human-half-Twi'lek. This hasn't been tackled in Canon to this point.

A side note - I thought one of those children sounded like Phil/Lil in Rugrats. Looked it up and, voila, I was right!

3/5
 
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thatsagoodone11 Says:
Weapons Factory: Although the beginning is a bit contrived in that Anakin blatantly interrupts Ahsoka during her briefing and we see the obvious evolution to him trusting her, this episode is still thoroughly enjoyable.

This series accomplishes a lot of cinematic techniques that most animated series doesn't bother with, and I greatly appreciate it. When there was a large explosion near a cluster of troopers, you see one clone go down while the camera tilts to the side like it was caught in the explosion. The explosion animation is plentiful and impressive.

It is also nice to see the first in depth look at Bariss Offee, who has many appearances in the Canon. I agree with phogbear's comment above in that we get to see the contrast between Unduli/Offee vs. Skywalker/Tano. If we just had an everyday run-of-the-mill Jedi-Padawan relationship in our main characters, there wouldn't be as much fun!

3/5
 
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venomousintent Says:
Brain Invaders: Anakin gave me chills.
 
 
 
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