Shaak Ti leads the fight to keep Supreme Chancellor Palpatine out of General Grievous' claws. Meanwhile, Anakin finds a hidden laboratory where the Techno Union is conducting experiments on Nelvaan ...
Each chapter of the series was initially broadcast before the first show of Cartoon Network's primetime lineup. It would then be available for download the next day on Cartoon Network's Clone Wars site. See more »
The individual episodes are cut into two movies as Volume One and Volume Two DVDs. The title only appears at the beginning and wipes/musical cues are added to bring continuity. See more »
This show goes by like a gust of cool wind. It feels good, but before you know it, it's gone! I wonder what G. T. was thinking when he made this series so short? Each episode only 5 minutes long! You want more, a lot more. Besides the length, the style of the series is very lush, artistic animation. It has the epic feel of the movies, along with the humor that G. T. used in Samurai Jack. He uses almost cinematic shots with epic scores. The characters are interpreted nicely, with the essence of them intact.
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