Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by RevantheJediMaster, Jul 15, 2005.
Here too, It would be cool to see a duel between Vader and Maul.
Honestly, something like that needs to be a stand alone movie, not just a book. boooo, if they kill maul off in a book. boooooo. boooooo.
Now I know who Roo Roo Page is. That's really just the tip of the iceberg as far as characters in TCW who I don't know what the hell their name is. I didn't know anyone on the Jedi Council other than Yoda and Mace Windu before TCW.
Better get Wookiepedia'n then! You're not a real jedi until you know who Zinn Toa or Lunker are!
Don't forget Puko Naga, Talia, Goru, and all 103 Unidentified B1 Battle Droids.
Didn't wookiepedia delete all those Battle droid articles?
Wow. I actually except that from wookiepedia.
I know who Walrus Man is, that's what counts.
Vader has already killed Maul in Resurrection. Well not the actual Maul, but the duel has taken place.
But ever since the new EU Rules, it means that the above is not canon, so we might actually see Vader battling Maul.
I just hope that if this is made, it is made properly! Vader may be more machine now than man but he still is a badass duelist. I just hope we see him annihilating Maul and not the other way around; like Marek.
On what page is the list of all episodes in chronological order?
I would love to see Vader kill Maul. That would mean with his own hands, Vader kills every other living Darth we've ever seen. It would have taken him more than 30 years, but the prophecy would be fulfilled -- as seen through our little window on the galaxy, at least.
Not the chosen one, my cybernetic replacement foot!
I saw this post on the SaveTheCloneWars Facebook page.
We have been encouraging people to write to Netflix to thank them for being the home of "The Lost Missions" and to tell them that we want more Star Wars The Clone Wars.
One #SaveTheCloneWars supporter Maxwell, posted on our Facebook page that Netflix had replied to his letter with the following message, "We appreciate your suggestions and will forward your comments to the appropriate teams to determine if the series' revival as a Netflix Original fits with our current business model." Has anyone else gotten a response from Netflix?
It has not been ruled out that more TCW episodes could be made, especially if there is a demand for them. Again I refer to hints that Filoni has made that more content could be made and seen. It is a positive thing Netflix has responded and they have not ruled out the possibility of trying to revive the series and continue it.
So, everyone, get your letters/emails in to Lucasfilm/Netflix and let them know we want more! The more interest there is the more chance Netflix will consider this and try to negotiate for more!
I think the only business model with any relevance is the Disney one. They seem to be distancing themselves from the prequel era, seems unlikely they'd want to go back on that now.
I really wish people would stop sprouting the rubbish that they are distancing themselves from the prequel era. If that was even true, then we wouldn't be getting material around that era (Rise of the Empire stuff still counts), we wouldn't be getting the Darth Maul comic, and they certainly would not have allowed some of the Season 6 episodes to be finished off in the first place! Nor would they have taken the time and effort to promote TCW at an official Disney/Lucasfilm event if they were truly trying to step away from it: they would have released those final episodes without any fanfare. The fact that they went out of their way for that proves the ridiculous assertion that they are trying to distance themselves away from the prequel era as wrong.
People are simply voicing concerns and fears. We really don't know what the Mouse is doing yet.
But we now Know the Star Wars: Holiday Special is non-canon! Hooray!
Great news! I'd actually be more excited for more TCW episodes than for Rebels right now.
I totally support this movement and I will not rest until all 8 seasons are completed!
Time to move on.