The explosive finale of The Cartoon Network's Star Wars: Clone Wars micro-series is coming, and once again Hyperspace will be your online destination to catch all the stylish animated action. Since 2003, Hyperspace has been posting the Star Wars: Clone Wars series, providing members with the online debut for all 20 chapters of Volume I of the series. With Volume II, the episodes are much longer in length -- 12 minutes each. The new series will air daily starting on March 21st. The night it airs on Cartoon Network, it will appear on starwars.com Hyperspace for download. A smaller version of it will appear the next day in the Clone Wars section of starwars.com, available to all viewers for a limited time. The five episodes of Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume II picks up right where Volume I left off -- with a team of Jedi trapped in a wrecked starship on Hypori, being hunted maliciously by General Grievous. As the series progresses, it jumps forward in time, to see Anakin Skywalker as a heroic Jedi Knight, fighting alongside Obi-Wan Kenobi on different battlefronts of the Clone Wars. The legendary pair is assigned to the distant Outer Rim world of Koobi to root out Separatist activity. Instead, they find a tribal culture steeped in ancient traditions, and Anakin must pass a dangerous trial to survive. Elsewhere, the action explodes on Coruscant as General Grievous leads a lightning strike on the capital word to capture Chancellor Palpatine, and the Jedi rush to intercept. This story arc serves as the lead-in to Episode III -- where Star Wars: Clone Wars ends, Revenge of the Sith begins. Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume II is helmed by the same creative team as the first volume -- featuring the artist talents of Genndy Tartakovsky and Paul Rudish. Keep checking starwars.com for more specific details as March 21 approaches. If you're not already a member of Hyperspace, click here to get started.