Star Wars: The Clone Wars Finale
Today the final episode for Star Wars: The Clone Wars was released. I had begun watching it years ago before it was prematurely cancelled and then moved off of Netflix and completely forgot about its existence until a family member subscribed to Disney+ and gave me access to the account (I don’t pay for any streaming service myself).
I have to say, the final story arc of The Clone Wars is some of the best Star Wars content Disney have ever made, and ranks among the original trilogy for quality. The writing, pacing, characters, and animation are all fantastic and draw you into the story a way that the sequel trilogy just wasn’t able to do. I don’t want to give any spoilers in case you are interested in watching The Clone Wars but I will say that they tie the end of the series into Revenge of the Sith (Episode 3) in a way that makes the animated series feel like it fits right in with the movies; it’s very well done. The final episode marks the end of an era, both in the Star Wars universe and in the franchise and, in my opinion, it couldn’t have been done better.
I’m looking forward to seeing what Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau produce for the Star Wars universe next; they have been doing a phenomenal job.
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