[image=http://images.wikia.com/starwars/images/a/af/CloneWarslogo.JPG] I know we have a ?is this series canon? thread, however I thought we should have a thread dedicated to appreciating this series which has unfortunately been thrown to the ?weigh-side? of the current series. Having just re-watched this series I have a new found my own personal appreciation for it. Given that I think it may be a good idea to perhaps do a ?rate this episode? for this series as a whole as well... This series, for me, has a classic charm which the current series seems to be lacking/missing. Whilst the current series is good in its own respects, with its fantastic storytelling and deep and intricate plot devices, this series seems to step to the side of this. It may be because, to me, this is my ?nostalgic? Star Wars with TPM and AOTC, and as such I have a liking for this series which is possibility within a minority and rather unique. Something about this series however holds my attentiveness, with its cool music, simple yet enticing plot, exceptional choreography and groundbreaking (for Star Wars) cartoon imagery. Furthermore the Battle Droids within this series seem to be an idealistic representation, being dim witted yet scary at the same time. Furthermore I think this series serves as a genuine PRELUDE for The Clone Wars with the establishment of Asajj Ventress, the introduction of General Grievous and the process of Anakin Knighthood. As such, to me Season One, Season Two and the first half of Season Three of Clone Wars are deeply entrenched within my personal canon. We should also use this thread in an attempt to streamline the continuity between Clone Wars and The Clone Wars.