Final Episodes Of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS To Air On Netflix
Star Wars is coming to Netflix! Okay it’s not the Complete Saga of Episodes I through VI, but the highly touted cartoon, The Clone Wars, will be. Disney has struck another deal with with online movie/TV series where the entire shows run will be on display. But there’s more! Not only will there be the already aired episodes, but they are including the final season dubbed ‘The Lost Missions’. Still not satisfied? Well Disney and Netflix are going to throw in The Clone Wars movie as well.
Some of the deepest mysteries of the conflict between the light and the dark sides of the Force are revealed. An intrepid clone trooper discovers a shocking secret, Anakin Skywalker’s closest relationship is tested to its limits and what Master Yoda discovers while investigating the disappearance of a Jedi could forever change the balance of power in the galaxy.
There will be a number of stories touched on in the upcoming 13 episodes. Some of the more interesting stories will include Ahsoka’s exit from the Jedi Order and Yoda being visited by Qui-Gon Jinn, who will be voiced by Liam Neeson (check out that clip below). However, another thing was plot that was teased by Supervising Director Dave Filoni was, “Without giving too much away, on one level you wonder why when Obi-Wan gets killed in (the original Star Wars film), he’s the one who vanishes. And then we see Yoda vanish when he dies (in Return of the Jedi). And yet in the prequels, none of the Jedi do that, why is that?”
The Clone Wars was a prominent fixture on The Cartoon Network, but after Disney bought the Star Wars franchise as part of the LucasFilm accusation they decided to stop the production and airing of new episodes on a rival network. They also chose to focus their creative attention to Star Wars Rebels which will debut on DisneyXD shortly. For news on Star Wars Rebels, as well as news on any other Star Wars project, make sure to check back here at Comic Book Therapy.
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Source : USA Today