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On Star Wars and the future of it...

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cunctatorg
06.24.2018 , 06:31 PM | #31
Quote: Originally Posted by Rebamcfan View Post
Umm, forgive me, I do not mean this as offensive but I am not sure I understand. How does The Clone Wars-series contradict the current Canon? We've been established it during the tv-series and few comics (and later on in Rebels) why he is there, and also too why don't we hear from him in the films.
I have only watched the one and only SW-The Clone Wars movie (when it came to Greek theaters) more than ten years ago. I understood then that it was the Flagship of The Clone Wars tv-series and I also decided to not follow this kind of SW childish stuff though I realized immediately that it is great for children ... and perhaps for some man-babies. Therefore I know almost nothing about The Clone Wars tv-series.

I only know two things: (i) it is great entertainment for children (from six to nine years old ... or just to eight years old?!?) and (ii) that there was the "resurrection" of a half Darth Maul's monstrosity. I even knew nothing about the robbery habits of that monstrosity, I knew nothing about Crimson Dawn, not even its existence...

At this thread "On Star Wars and the future of it..." that I have started, I don't speak about SW tv-series for children; I guess that this is obvious. If you can understand my bad English, read again (if you like) the first post of mine at the previous page of the thread, the "two elementary and essential questions" post. The very first post of this thread is giving very well my point of view and such...

The contradiction is obvious from Lucas' quote: "There are heroes at both sides, there is evil everywhere" or so...
I will not bring already obvious arguments regarding the fate of the corpse of the defeated Dark Hero Darth Maul, I have written enough previously; but just consider the image of a petty robber and then crime-lord who lacks the bottom part of his body (including his genitalia) and ..., and he is a s*x predator at the same time!!
Some hero!!...




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Lucasfilm, not Lucasarts. Lucasfilm, which was responsible for the movies, was also responsible for The Clone Wars. Lucas personally approved all major story details of The Clone Wars cartoons so they have the same importance in established canon as the movies. Disney chose to keep them in the new canon after they purchased Lucasfilm (except for the 2003 Clone Wars shorts, which are a different matter entirely).
"Lucas personally approved all major story details of The Clone Wars cartoons, so they have the same importance in established canon as the movies."

Do you really mean that tv-series cartoons (for children and such...) have the same importance in established canon as the movies?!?

Well, I own neither Lucas Arts nor DISNEY and Lucasfilm!! Do they love to deliver to the audiences SW parodies like Episodes VII and VIII?!? Let them be my guests!... Because SW Episodes VII and VIII -and certainly Rogue One- are a parody of heroism, duty, devotion and also a parody of the Force metaphor, that is a parody of skills and even genius... Not to mention that all these SW parodies are also a huge parody of "human history" and the perception of that history as tragedy... Thus I repeat, just in case: let them be my guests!!

Otherwise you can read again the very first post of this thread and the "two elementary and essential questions" post of mine at the previous page.
I realize I have already spoken enough. Take care.

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AlienEyeTX
06.24.2018 , 07:28 PM | #32
Quote: Originally Posted by PiiTarr View Post
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