If the arc of the public’s regard for Star Wars has taught us anything, it’s that you can’t keep a good intellectual property down. Despite initial fan resistance, the animated spinoff television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars has developed a steady following of its own. Already clocking in at five seasons and over 100 episodes, Clone Wars has been a relatively quiet but undeniable success in the aftermath of the prequel films’ fall from grace.
In the wake of Lucasfilm’s acquisition by Disney, the future of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is in flux. The series will finish out its fifth season on Cartoon Network, but after that its eventual home – and even the status of its overall production – is unknown. Even so, the series and its showrunners are determined to treat The Clone Wars as a ...
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