Caitlin and Charlotte revisit Genndy Tartakovsky’s Star Wars: Clone Wars Microseries from the Star Wars Vintage collection on Disney Plus. They discuss the history of the series, how it compares to The Clone Wars now that both series are complete, and reminisce on watching this for the first time in middle school. They discuss each volume and analyze characterization, the metaphor of the cave, and much more.
E. Anne Convery, the author of the Nightsisters story “Bug” in “The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark” joins Caitlin and Charlotte to discuss her background in fairy tales and mythology, Star Wars, her favorite things about Celebration, writing “Bug”, the collective unconscious, The Clone Wars finale, her namesake convors (Morai!), and so much more. Light spoilers for her new story, “Bug.”
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The final installment in our summer series about Star Wars and animation is here! In this third part, we continue our timeline and discuss the excellent shows Star Wars: Resistance, Galaxy of Adventures, the return of The Clone Wars, and the future of Star Wars animation: The Bad Batch, whatever comes next, and we debate what we’d like to see. Part 3 of 3.
Our fourth annual summer series continues with part 2 of 3, where we explore 2012 through 2018 with Star Wars and animation. On this episode: The Disney sale, the cancellation of The Clone Wars, the Netflix deal, Star Wars Rebels, Lego Star Wars Freemakers, Forces of Destiny, and much more.
Our fourth annual summer series is here, where we examine a topic across three episodes. This year, we’re taking a look at Star Wars’ history with animation and creating our own timeline of animated projects from 1978 through 2020. In this episode, we trace 1978 through 2012 which includes the Star Wars Holiday Special (Boba Fett!), Ewok, Droids, the 2D Clone Wars microseries, and the beginning of The Clone Wars. Part 1 of 3.
In this episode, we bring you an interview with the voice of Hera Syndulla in Star Wars Rebels herself, Vanessa Marshall, where we talk Rebels, The Clone Wars finale and her experience voicing Rook Kast, the importance of found family within the text of Star Wars and in the community, and how we’re all coping with the recent events together through Star Wars.
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