Archive for ‘The Clone Wars’

Hasbro’s New Monster AT-TE

Pete Vilmur | February 17, 2008


Called “the big one” in Hasbro’s Toy Fair presentation, the new AT-TE looks to rival the classic AT-AT in terms of sheer size (ok, it’s not as tall, but certainly as cool!). Check out more AT-TE images after the jump!


Hasbro’s Clone Wars Vehicles Revealed at Toy Fair

Pete Vilmur | February 17, 2008

shuttle (V-19 Torrent fighter) A.K.A Clone Shuttle

Boy, the Clone Wars goodness keeps pouring in from New York this weekend with a batch of Hasbro images showcasing three vehicles from their new line. More after the jump!


Hasbro’s Clone Wars Figures at Toy Fair

Pablo Hidalgo | February 17, 2008

A look at Hasbro’s assortment of figures from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, in 3 3/4″ scale with animated styling. More figures after the jump…


Anakin Skywalker, the Chosen One


LEGO Clone Wars & Indy IV at Toy Fair

Pete Vilmur | February 16, 2008

2 7673 LEGO V-19 Torrent

Today, LEGO officially unveiled eight new sets from their upcoming Clone Wars and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull lines at New York’s Toy Fair!

Be sure to click below to check out all the images!


Clone Wars Headlines from Around the Web Team | February 13, 2008

Unless you’ve been living in a space slug, you’ve heard that Star Wars is returning to theaters with the big screen debut of the forthcoming television series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars. has the full scoop, with pics, quotes and video. But here’s what the rest of the world has to say:

Expect this list to grow….

LEGO Previews at UK Toy Fair

Pablo Hidalgo | February 1, 2008

The UK fan site Jedi News is the first out the gate with some tantalizing high resolution images from the UK Toy Fair that is happening right now. The LEGO display is filled with preview items from this year’s TV series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, including some familiar Star Wars vehicles — the AT-TE, the V-19 Torrent, and the P-38 fighter — as well as some brand new faces.


The side of the AT-TE packaging indeed includes the recently revealed Padawan Ahsoka, alongside Clone Captain Rex of the 501st and little bitty Rotta the Hutt.

Visit Jedi News for more high-res pics, including more imagery of the Indiana Jones line of LEGOS.

Lucas Chats about Upcoming TV Projects

Bonnie Burton | September 20, 2007

In Part 1 of TV Guide’s Q&A with George Lucas, the discussion encompassed the documentary Fog City Mavericks (premiering on STARZ, Monday, Sept. 24, at 9 pm/ET), his advice for aspiring filmmakers and why Sean Connery turned down Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Here in Part 2, Lucas discusses the upcoming Star Wars TV projects, the power of the Internet and the television series he was distraught to see go off the air. reports:

On the live-action Star Wars TV Series:
Clone Wars has got all the characters in it — Yoda and Anakin and Obi-Wan and the Emperor and all that — so it’s basically the movie. The live-action series is not the movie. It’s the Star Wars universe, but it’s characters from the saga who were previously minor, and it follows their stories. It’s set between movie Episodes III and IV, when the Empire has taken over. It’s like Episode IV in that the Emperor and Darth Vader are heard about — people talk about them — but you never see them because it doesn’t take place where they actually are. There are stormtroopers and all that, but there are no Jedi. It’s different, but I think it’s very exciting because I get to explore a part of that universe that I haven’t been able to explore. Once you have a saga, it’s got a lot of requirements because it’s about a particular thing in this case, Darth Vader — and so it’s his story from the time he’s 10 to the time he died. You really can’t go off that track because that’s the story. Whereas now, I can make a left turn on 10th Street and go down there and see what’s going on.


Clone Wars Papercrafts

Bonnie Burton | August 2, 2007

Fans of the Clone Wars series can now craft to their hearts’ content with these fan-created papercraft projects. Even though the instructions are in Japanese (and a bit unclear how to download the patterns) it’s fun to see how some fans are bringing their favorite characters to life as 3-D paper models.

Here are some of our favorites:
General Grievous
Shaak Ti
Asajj Ventress

For the complete list of Clone Wars Papercraft Projects, click here.

Club Jade, Neatorama Launches The Clone Wars Section Team | July 27, 2007

In time for Star Wars day at Comic-Con International,, the Official Star Wars website, has launched a dedicated section for the upcoming animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Expect this section to grow over the coming months in anticipation of the show’s fall 2008 debut. Right now, there’s a trio of brand new video crew profiles that allows you to meet some of the talented people working behind the scenes on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Check it out here.


In other online news, Paramount Pictures has spruced up the official Indiana Jones website in anticipation of his fourth film adventure. Check out the new, unveiled yesterday.


Webstrip Chatter at Celebration IV

Pablo Hidalgo | May 27, 2007

Earlier today at Celebration IV, Joe Corroney, Tom Hodges and myself sat and chatted with Hyperspace members in the Fan Club Lounge. Much of the chatter was about The Clone Wars trailer, which had just debuted that day, but we did turn specifically to the subject of webstrips eventually, and here’s what we had to say.