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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 11:49:37 AM   
Nexus Wookie


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Come on!

I know its not the perfect set of films that all Star Wars fan's dreamed of, but its not all that bad! I mean, in Jar Jar we have a creation that is so annoying and dumb as to border on cult appeal now! Don't believe me? Check out all the Youtube spoof's of Binks! Some of the stuff is hilarious!

I remember Robot Chicken doing a very fun skit of Jar Jar and Vader! I was pissing myself with laughter!

And the prequel trilogy is responsible for the excellent cartoon shows like Clone Wars.

So its not all bad!

I know it could have been so much better but at least we got to see:

1. One of the most bad-ass Sith's since Vader, in Darth Maul!
2. Not to mention Maul's double edged Light Sabre! Freakin' awesome!
3. The Pod Race was excellent...
4. A naked C3P0!
5. A cameo of two 'Blade Runner Spinners' in Attack of the Clones!
6. Sir Christopher Lee as Darth Tyrannus AKA Count Dooku!
7. Yoda kicking ass!
8. Jedi's kicking ass!
9. Palpatine's transformation into Pizza Face!
10. Chewie going ''rruaaarrh''
11. Battle of Kashyyyk

And so much more! Not just the score! So as a Star wars fan, I have to admit that I did attain some enjoyment from the prequel trilogy, but not as much as I did with the original trilogy.


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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 12:21:24 PM   
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1. One of the most bad-ass Sith's since Vader, in Darth Maul!
2. Not to mention Maul's double edged Light Sabre! Freakin' awesome!
3. The Pod Race was excellent...
4. A naked C3P0!
5. A cameo of two 'Blade Runner Spinners' in Attack of the Clones!
6. Sir Christopher Lee as Darth Tyrannus AKA Count Dooku!
7. Yoda kicking ass!
8. Jedi's kicking ass!
9. Palpatine's transformation into Pizza Face!
10. Chewie going ''rruaaarrh''
11. Battle of Kashyyyk



See the thing is pretty much everything you've listed is all window dressing, the same stuff every prequel fan uses to defend the PT. Stuff like "Jedi's kicking ass!" and "double edged Light Sabre!" is all fine and well but none of it makes up for shite characters and an appalling script. Like Simon Pegg said its just a "jumped up firework display of a toy advert" and all the special effects in the world cant compensate for a shoddy story, just watch Transformers if you don't believe me.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 12:25:51 PM   
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I agree with everything Spaldron said.

However, I do love the Clone wars series.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 12:32:33 PM   
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Watching Episode 3 right now. Not nearly as bad as I remember it, but still pretty bad.

However, the Order 66 scene is still really affecting.


], but I did not love Kit Fisto's death - went down like a bitch! I thought he's have a bit more fight in him but he went out by the hands of an old asthmatic codger!


I pretty much felt the same way. It would of been great if that scene had been a proper 4 vs 1 fight, to show just how powerful Palpatine was. Even though he was capable of immediately killing the 3 support Jedi, it would of been cool to see him 'toy' with them first.


Yeah. he disposed of them much too quickly and you never really got a sense of their power or his power either because of that. That scene had a lot more potential to really show how the emperor was the ultimate badass.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 1:01:37 PM   
Nexus Wookie


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ORIGINAL: Spaldron


quote:

ORIGINAL: Nexus Wookie

1. One of the most bad-ass Sith's since Vader, in Darth Maul!
2. Not to mention Maul's double edged Light Sabre! Freakin' awesome!
3. The Pod Race was excellent...
4. A naked C3P0!
5. A cameo of two 'Blade Runner Spinners' in Attack of the Clones!
6. Sir Christopher Lee as Darth Tyrannus AKA Count Dooku!
7. Yoda kicking ass!
8. Jedi's kicking ass!
9. Palpatine's transformation into Pizza Face!
10. Chewie going ''rruaaarrh''
11. Battle of Kashyyyk



See the thing is pretty much everything you've listed is all window dressing, the same stuff every prequel fan uses to defend the PT. Stuff like "Jedi's kicking ass!" and "double edged Light Sabre!" is all fine and well but none of it makes up for shite characters and an appalling script. Like Simon Pegg said its just a "jumped up firework display of a toy advert" and all the special effects in the world cant compensate for a shoddy story, just watch Transformers if you don't believe me.


I know mate! My post was a bit tongue in cheek anyway. But as a Star Wars fan, I would be the first to say that I was sorely disappointed with the prequels, but as a fanboy I did derive enjoyment from the series. Its far from perfect of course - Lucas should've got someone else to script it, and maybe in all honesty - direct it aswell! I wonder what Star Wars in the hands of someone like J.J Abrams would look like? on the evidence of the Star Trek reboot, much better I would think.

And Star Wars is way better than freakin' Transformers, even the prequels no matter how shoddy! I would rather trade a 1000 Transformers movies for 1 Star Wars prequel movie!

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 8:46:43 PM   
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I've just watched a documentry called The Legacy of Star Wars or something. All about the mythical elements that were either put in to the movie by Lucas or what people project in to the movie themselves. It was actually very good. Most of all it made me realise that it is YEARS since I sat and watched these movies properly. Especially the original (and best) trilogy. Over the years I have caught snippets on tv and such like, but actually sitting and watching them properly again just hasn't happened. Listening to the music and seeing clips on the doc really gave me a thirst to watch them again, which I am going to do this weekend (hopefully!).

I'm actually kind of curious, and a little excited, as to how I'll view and feel about them now, having not seen them for a good ten years or more. Boy, time flies!

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 9:22:58 PM   
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I wouldnt have let JJ Abrams near Star Wars.Imagine all those lens flares with the lightsabers!

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/4/2012 11:23:01 PM   
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I wouldnt have let JJ Abrams near Star Wars.Imagine all those lens flares with the lightsabers!


Maybe we can wear shades to cancel it out

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 20/4/2012 4:31:35 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Sutty

I've just watched a documentry called The Legacy of Star Wars or something. All about the mythical elements that were either put in to the movie by Lucas or what people project in to the movie themselves. It was actually very good. Most of all it made me realise that it is YEARS since I sat and watched these movies properly. Especially the original (and best) trilogy. Over the years I have caught snippets on tv and such like, but actually sitting and watching them properly again just hasn't happened. Listening to the music and seeing clips on the doc really gave me a thirst to watch them again, which I am going to do this weekend (hopefully!).

I'm actually kind of curious, and a little excited, as to how I'll view and feel about them now, having not seen them for a good ten years or more. Boy, time flies!

Yeah I've seen that too. Pretty much just stumbled across it on YouTube. I'm assuming it's from the Blu Rays. It was really good.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 21/4/2012 3:42:17 PM   
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Good movie. Have watched few of its parts.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 25/4/2012 2:04:03 PM   
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Some cool on-set pics from the OT...

http://thechive.com/2012/04/23/a-few-rare-photos-on-the-set-of-the-only-star-wars-movies-that-matter-43-photos/



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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 27/4/2012 7:37:42 PM   
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ORIGINAL: MartinBlank76

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ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK


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ORIGINAL: Nexus Wookie


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ORIGINAL: jcthefirst

Watching Episode 3 right now. Not nearly as bad as I remember it, but still pretty bad.

However, the Order 66 scene is still really affecting.


], but I did not love Kit Fisto's death - went down like a bitch! I thought he's have a bit more fight in him but he went out by the hands of an old asthmatic codger!


I pretty much felt the same way. It would of been great if that scene had been a proper 4 vs 1 fight, to show just how powerful Palpatine was. Even though he was capable of immediately killing the 3 support Jedi, it would of been cool to see him 'toy' with them first.


Yeah. he disposed of them much too quickly and you never really got a sense of their power or his power either because of that. That scene had a lot more potential to really show how the emperor was the ultimate badass.

If George felt the need to dispose of 3 Jedi Knights within seconds I wish he could have come up with something that really showed the Emperors awesome power, like a force lightning ball that takes out the other three while Mace barely protects himself with a force-push shield.

Or something a little less DragonBall maybe , that's just what I came up with while typing this. I like it a lot more than a few crappy un-choreographed moves though.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 28/4/2012 12:44:46 PM   
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Wasn't that fight scene thrown in last minute ? I'm sure I read somewhere that what we have in the film is actually a lot bigger than was intended, Certainly feels like it was rushed.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 28/4/2012 2:32:42 PM   
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Wasn't that fight scene thrown in last minute ? I'm sure I read somewhere that what we have in the film is actually a lot bigger than was intended, Certainly feels like it was rushed.


Yes it does look rushed. And coming back to my point, Jedi fan favourites like Windu and esp. Fisto deserved more than just what was shown. It wouldn't have hurt if Lucas made it more spectacular maybe like the Maul vs Jinn/Kenobi fight.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 14/7/2012 12:36:53 AM   
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It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 14/7/2012 4:04:58 PM   
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It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 14/7/2012 5:18:44 PM   
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Not sure if serious...

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 15/7/2012 7:23:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Dirk Miggler


quote:

ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK

It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???


Why do you think I'm joking?

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 15/7/2012 11:59:22 PM   
Dirk Miggler


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It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???


Why do you think I'm joking?


Windu dies. Yoda is the one who runs away and pretty much all the Jedi are killed off to the point of near extinction.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 16/7/2012 2:22:20 AM   
Nihilism in the UK

 

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ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK


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ORIGINAL: Dirk Miggler


quote:

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It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???


Why do you think I'm joking?


Windu dies. Yoda is the one who runs away and pretty much all the Jedi are killed off to the point of near extinction.


Of course Windu dies, but as far as his fight with Sidious goes, he emerges the winner. I still think it's Sidious that retreats from the fight. The Jedi are trained to sacrifice themselves selflessly for the greater good, remember.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 16/7/2012 2:34:56 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK


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ORIGINAL: Dirk Miggler


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ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK

It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???


Why do you think I'm joking?


Windu dies. Yoda is the one who runs away and pretty much all the Jedi are killed off to the point of near extinction.


Of course Windu dies, but as far as his fight with Sidious goes, he emerges the winner. I still think it's Sidious that retreats from the fight. The Jedi are trained to sacrifice themselves selflessly for the greater good, remember.


This doesn't make any sense. Windu didn't sacrifice himself, neither did any of the other Jedi, they were all killed. And how is the Empire and Sith running the galaxy considered "the greater good"?

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 16/7/2012 2:43:00 PM   
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It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Well, the Sith do manage to take over the galaxy, so not a bad result for them.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 16/7/2012 9:45:49 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK

It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???


Why do you think I'm joking?


Windu dies. Yoda is the one who runs away and pretty much all the Jedi are killed off to the point of near extinction.


Of course Windu dies, but as far as his fight with Sidious goes, he emerges the winner. I still think it's Sidious that retreats from the fight. The Jedi are trained to sacrifice themselves selflessly for the greater good, remember.


This doesn't make any sense. Windu didn't sacrifice himself, neither did any of the other Jedi, they were all killed. And how is the Empire and Sith running the galaxy considered "the greater good"?


No of course the Empire running the galaxy isn't the greater good. I was saying Yoda would of sacrificed himself to preserve the republic. I thought that would of been obvious. And Windu didn't need to sacrifice himself, as far as he was concerned, his fight was over and won.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 16/7/2012 10:18:41 PM   
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Well, the Sith do manage to take over the galaxy, so not a bad result for them.


Hence Revenge... so not a poorly chosen title at all. Well contextually I suppose, as a title it's pretty campy and seems to be a throwback to the original Return of the Jedi title for purely fan service reasons.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 18/7/2012 12:56:06 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Dirk Miggler


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ORIGINAL: Nihilism in the UK

It occured to me recently that the title: Revenge of the Sith, is quite poorly chosen. It's the Jedi who do most of the ass-kicking in this film.
Anakin beats Dooku.
Obi-Wan beats Grevious.
Windu beats Sidious.
Obi-Wan beats Vader.
And Sidious knew he would of lost to Yoda, so runs away.


Joke, right ???


Why do you think I'm joking?


Windu dies. Yoda is the one who runs away and pretty much all the Jedi are killed off to the point of near extinction.


Of course Windu dies, but as far as his fight with Sidious goes, he emerges the winner. I still think it's Sidious that retreats from the fight. The Jedi are trained to sacrifice themselves selflessly for the greater good, remember.


I doubt a Sith would would class being disarmed as winning and they don't exactly share the same morale compass as the Jedi. Lightning your arse out of a window, plummeting to your death........................win !
Anyway wasn't the cowering from Windu and continually force lightning even though it was disfiguring himself just part of the manipulation of Anakin ? He also screams "unlimited power" as he throws Windu out which would suggest so.............. I think that whole scene is fucking awful BTW

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 18/7/2012 6:31:12 PM   
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I doubt a Sith would would class being disarmed as winning and they don't exactly share the same morale compass as the Jedi. Lightning your arse out of a window, plummeting to your death........................win !
Anyway wasn't the cowering from Windu and continually force lightning even though it was disfiguring himself just part of the manipulation of Anakin ? He also screams "unlimited power" as he throws Windu out which would suggest so.............. I think that whole scene is fucking awful BTW



Im glad you finished with that. All that scene gives me is confusion. Its pretty pathetic.

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Wasn't that fight scene thrown in last minute ? I'm sure I read somewhere that what we have in the film is actually a lot bigger than was intended, Certainly feels like it was rushed.


Yes it does look rushed. And coming back to my point, Jedi fan favourites like Windu and esp. Fisto deserved more than just what was shown. It wouldn't have hurt if Lucas made it more spectacular maybe like the Maul vs Jinn/Kenobi fight.


Bear in mind after that there was still Yoda vs Palpatine and Obi wan vs Anakin (which went on forever). I think it may have been a bit overkill. Regardless though, following boldly walking in through the door, claiming to arrest Palpatine, something far more spectacular should have been presented over a few twirls of a lightsabre and a pathetic limp death.

I want to like star wars, but man it has serious problems throughout all of the films.

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/7/2012 11:02:59 PM   
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So this has probably been mentioned here before, but I've decided that next time I have eleven consecutive hours free, I'm watching Star Wars in the Machete Order.

http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/




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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 19/7/2012 11:16:59 PM   
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But .... that means watching the prequels. It also seems to revolve around watching the Special Editions...


Vaguely related I have no idea how to get my hands on the Despecialized Editions due to technical limitations but would love you long time should a copy finds its way over to me....

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 20/7/2012 10:13:59 AM   
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Sneak peak at Clone Wars season 5.Looks fantastic!

http://starwars.com/watch/tcw_season5_comiccon_sneak_2.html

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RE: Star Wars: The Empire Thread - 20/7/2012 9:36:37 PM   
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ORIGINAL: rich

Vaguely related I have no idea how to get my hands on the Despecialized Editions due to technical limitations but would love you long time should a copy finds its way over to me....


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And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts
And I looked and behold, a pale horse
And his name that sat on him was Death
And Hell followed with him.

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