The Star Wars Clone Wars series is coming to Disney+

The Star Wars Clone Wars series is coming to Disney+

To promote the premiere of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith At the time, Lucasfilm joined forces with Genndy Tartakovsky, the animator responsible for Samurai Jack Y Dexter’s labto create an animated series focused on the events between the second and third episodes of the franchise created by George Lucas, known as clone wars. Now, it was recently revealed that this cartoon will be coming to Disney+ in a matter of days.

Through its official Twitter account, Disney + announced that Star Wars: Clone Wars will be available on the streaming platform from next July 6, 2022. The mini-series has three seasons, with a total of 25 episodes, where we see some of the events that took place during the Clone Wars.

Although clone wars It was well received at the time Lucasfilm eventually removed this series from the official canon, this to make room for Clone Wars, the 3D animated series directed by Dave Filoni. This production is now available on Disney +. It seems that the only thing that is now missing from this platform is the Star Wars Christmas special.

In related topics, it is revealed when the next Star Wars Celebrations will take place. Similarly, Chris Evans talks about participating in a project of this series.


Editor’s note:

So much clone wars What Clone Wars they are very good. Considering that the Genndy Tartakovsky series is faster and shorter, Disney+ is the perfect platform for a marathon.

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