3 years between AOTC and ROTS. 19 years between ROTS and ANH, 4 between ANH and ROTJ. 5 years between ROTJ and Mandalorian.Hm... Ahsoka is 45. I thought she’d be older since she was introduced back in Clone Wars. My SW chronology was all over the place.
He is what Kevin Feige is to marvel, he just understands star wars.For those who saw how good Filoni's writing was on the last three episodes of The Clone Wars this year will not have been surprised that he brought this season to the conclusion that it has. Favreau deserves immense credit for the superb direction, but the brains behind the magic is Filoni. It's no coincidence that Filoni's two properties, Clone Wars and Mandalorian are the only two properties of this current period to truly capture the magic of Lucas' vision of SW.
Filoni is the heir apparent, plain and simple. No one gets it better than he does. No one gets Lucas's world-building vision like he does. If Disney are clever they'll make Filoni a big part of the writing process for future movies/trilogies and not just tv series.
Your second bullet is wrong. It's not his son. It's him. He's back. I think it's about 5 years after ROTJOK some explain the timeline to me with this show.
Before "The Force Awakens" but after "Return of the Jedi". It has to be significantly before TFA because Luke is still young and still has his xwing.
But Boba Fetts son now has his armour?
Is it the immediate aftermath of ROTJ?
I've been trying to download Hal9000's prequel fanedit (google "Reddit Hal9000 Star Wars Prequel Trilogy Fan Edits")but haven't been able to download it so farThat's about right.
Was just saying that to my 15 year old son, he has only watched season 1 of the Mandalorian so far and is a big fan of the original Star Wars trilogy. I loved every minute of every episode and that ending in season 2, wow.We just binged both series and loved it. The best Star War since the original trilogy.
Im in the same boat here. Theres a lot of filler so far but its enjoyable filler.Not reading the thread til I’m done so have no idea what the general consensus is, but my impression half way through the first series is that it’s very well made, but suffers from trying to provide epic Star Wars moments constantly and therefore doesn’t have much substance?
The sound constantly wows me though.
Yeah The Clone Wars is great. Ive recently started watching it again. First time I did there were only 3 seasons, now there's like 8.Damn this show really exceeded my expectations.. Very cool! Really curious how they will proceed in S3.
Because of my enthousiasm I started watching the animated series The Clone Wars.. If you are into the Star Wars universe.. Very big recommendations for this from my side (even though Ive only gotten half ways season 2 so far..) Very much enjoying this!
For a show you loved you sure as hell missed a lot. Did you not pick up no all the hints towards the first order forming? And did you also miss the clones in the tanks? You know who that likely is, yes?I loved this. Every episode felt like a self contained film in itself (which could be a criticism in some ways I suppose) but it's epic, and the overarching plot is proper Star Wars melodrama/fairy tale stuff. Fantastic ending too.
I felt certain lines deliberately and hilariously cast shade on the embarassing JJ Abrams / Rian Johnson films and the way the series has gone (seemingly purposefully omitting -every single aspect- of the Disney films, the 'first order' and the weird changes in character of the original heroes) could lead to a retcon of that particular canon, and that would make the Mandalorian my favourite series of all time
Of course I didn't miss the clones, nor the "m-count" stuff (and the implications are obvious at any rate) but there was literally nothing about the "First Order" that I can remember? What 'hints'? The Outer Rim as a throwaway line is all I can think of - but the BIGGER hint, the absolute "in your face" holy shittola name they mentioned was that of THRAWN, which surely implies a shift towards Star Wars Legends canon. Do you know who that is?For a show you loved you sure as hell missed a lot. Did you not pick up no all the hints towards the first order forming? And did you also miss the clones in the tanks? You know who that likely is, yes?
The clones are snoke prototypes. Unless you have another theory? So, how the heck is that ignoring the ST?Of course I didn't miss the clones, nor the "m-count" stuff (and the implications are obvious at any rate) but there was literally nothing about the "First Order" that I can remember? What 'hints'? The Outer Rim as a throwaway line is all I can think of - but the BIGGER hint, the absolute "in your face" holy shittola name they mentioned was that of THRAWN, which surely implies a shift towards Star Wars Legends canon. Do you know who that is?