The Clone Wars Weekly (12.6 – 12.12)
Welcome to the first installment of The Clone Wars Weekly! This column will be dedicated to news happenings, updates, and overall new info regarding The Clone Wars from the indicated week. Please note: this isn’t an exhaustive list. We are bound to have missed something. And dates posted reflect the date of our discovery.
The Clone Wars screenings held in several cities across the US seems to have been a huge success. Fans from all over attended the screenings, and were thrilled to encounter the usual fun atmosphere with other fans, prize giveaways, and in some cases, they were able to meet VIP’s from the series. Not to be forgotten is the content of the screenings itself, which were reported to have jaw-dropping revelations.
Sites from all over have posted their own reports from the screenings, but we’ll just simply give a link to the Official Star Wars Blog. Knights Archive is very impressed with how Lucasfilm reached out to its fans. We hope to see this again in the future, perhaps on a bigger scale.
The Clone Wars is nominated for 4 Annie awards.
Best Animated Television Production
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars “Arc Troopers”
Writing in a Television Production
- Daniel Arkin “Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Heroes on Both Sides”
Voice Acting in a Television Production
- Corey Burton as Baron Papanoida “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”
- Nika Futterman as Asajj Ventress “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”
Congrats! Learn more about The Annie Awards here
TCW Magazine #2 announces 3 New The Clone Wars episode titles to air in January 2011:
Witches of the Mist