The 16-bit console war may have ended in the ’90s, but Sega will rise again! And at this year’s influential Electronic Entertainment Expo tradeshow in Los Angeles, we saw that Mario finally admit that he should just “borrow” from Sonic the Hedgehog instead of trying to beat him. Super Mario Odyssey is the next blockbuster game […]
Rumors that the new Star Wars movies will be filmed in various small cities in the United States came from a set of cloned hoax sites.
It was revealed in this galaxy not so long ago: The famous hairdo that defined Star Wars' Princess Leia image was inspired by revolutionary Mexican women. Back in 2002, when Episode II of Star Wars, Attack of the Clones was released,...Show More Summary
Today's wild Star Wars theories don't come close to some of the weird ideas fans had back in the 80s.
In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Han Solo set descriptions and new details A horrible theft at Rancho Obi-Wan for Collectors to watch out for A couple of Finn teases from John Boyega New Funko Darth Vader And more! New images fromShow More Summary
The internet is a relentless, buzzing hive of batshit fan theories about every long-running pop-culture mythos imaginable; it’s almost more rare these days for shows to somehow buck that trend, as The Leftovers and Twin Peaks seem determined to. Show More Summary
Amid the droves of Advance Wars clones, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have remained dormant on the issue for nearly a decade. Now the silence has been broken, at least as it pertains to the development studio's recent issues withShow More Summary
Anakin Skywalker’s young padawan returns in Star Wars Ahsoka. The hidden past of a fan-favorite character from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ahsoka Tano, is revealed in this 400-page book. From the moment we met young and feisty Ahsoka in The Clone Wars, we couldn’t [...]
May marks the 40th anniversary of "Star Wars: A New Hope," but it also has another, less joyful milestone: the 15th anniversary of "Attack of the Clones," which was (to our disappointment) released to a theater near you on May 16, 2002. But maybe it's not as bad as everyone says it is or as bad as I remember it. Show More Summary
Comicbook is reporting that Marvel Comics is releasing a limited edition Star Wars comic based on Mace Windu called Star Wars: Jedi Of The Republic-Mace Windu. Set during the early days of the Clone Wars, it will be written by Matt Owens and drawn by Denys Cowan. Show More Summary
The Jedi Order’s supreme asskicker is coming to comics. Marvel has just announced Mace Windu will star in his own comic miniseries, set just after the outbreak of the Clone Wars—and we should probably expect some awesome action to boot. Read more...
New science fiction and fantasy includes ghosts and warring gods, a desert apocalypse, a cloned messiah and the quest for light-speed travel.
The Star Wars Universe, with Clone Wars as no exception, places prominence on the story of the Jedi. But for me, The Clone Wars had always been about the clones, not the Jedi.
It’s an unfortunate given when you do a prequel series that you have to explain where your never-before-seen characters are during the action of the main franchise. This is something the Star Wars Rebels and Star Wars: The Clone Wars...Show More Summary
Star Wars Rebels has become a fan favorite show among the legion of Star Wars fans. The show largely filled the gap that was left after the cancellation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (which was rushed off air so quickly the final season became a Netflix exclusive). The show is comprised of largely the […]
Unless there’s a new movie, it’s rare for Star Wars fans to learn something new about old Star Wars content. That changes at Star Wars Celebration, which is where Star Wars Rebels and Clone Wars producer Dave Filoni chose to reveal an unfinished, unaired snippet from The Clone Wars featuring two popular characters. Read more...
There’s more than just a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi coming out of this weekend’s Star Wars Celebration in Orlando. You might have missed this little gem, the deleted animated scene from Clone Wars that explained how Boba Fett’s helmet got that distinctive golf ball sized dent. Wait some of you are […]
Star Wars Rebels showrunner Dave Filoni seemingly confirmed at Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017 that Captain Rex, a character we first met in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, is also around in 1983’s Return of the Jedi. Let’s take a look at the evidence. Show More Summary
A short clip showing how Boba Fett for his helmet dent during a duel between the mandalorian merc and Cad Bane. The unifinished animation seems to be part of an episode from the Clone Wars that never made it into the show. [Boba Fett Fan Club] The post Star Wars Celebration: How Boba Fett Got a Dent on His Helmet appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
How did Boba Fett get that dent in his helmet? An unfinished scene from the cancelled Clone Wars animated series holds the answer. The post Deleted Star Wars: Clone Wars Scene Reveals Boba Fett Backstory Detail appeared first on CBR...