Star Wars - The Clone Wars combines dynamic, stylised animation with action-driven storylines as it explores new terrain in the already vast Star Wars universe. Debuting on the Cartoon Network in 2008, the show takes place during the embattled era of the Clone Wars (largely an off-screen presence in the theatrical films), following young Anakin Skywalker, C-3PO, and Yoda through stormy adventures and galactic battles. The show shouldn't be confused with the 2003 animated series directed by Genndy Tartakovsky.
64 page production journal that includes early sketches, artist notes and concept art from Season Two of Star Wars: The Clone Wars
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Following a great Season 1, Star Wars: Clone Wars - Season 2 continues a brilliant series charting the Clone Wars. Action packed fron the start with all of your favourite characters returning and new story arcs. Tough choices are made and the war spreads through the galaxy taking us to new planets, races and some of the greatest battles so far. I'm a big Star Wars fan and I am loving this series.
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