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Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by darthgetalife, Mar 23, 2003.

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  1. darthgetalife Jedi Youngling

    Member Since:
    Jul 21, 2002
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    Well there are threads like this in the others SW Films ? trying to guess what effect ( if any ) of the currents events into the Star Wars " world".

    I have decided to start this particular thread because i personally have one fear.

    From what i got these Clones Wars cartoons will be 2/3 minutes shorts like bulletins of the battles to be shown into the breaks of the actual Cartoon Network grade .

    My point is that if this war still be going on by the time the CW cartoons are suposed to start airing wouldn't they bring the notion that it would be a mockery of the real battle reports at the same time ?

    Could someone be ofended by these " journals/flashes" of war news while a true war is going on in the world.

    Would be wise to show an episode about the death of tenths of Jedi while CNN/Fox will be airing news about the death of tenths of GI Joes ?

    See i believe the format annouced can be troublesome.

    Discuss it people .
  2. Darth_Malt Jedi Padawan

    Member Since:
    Jan 21, 2003
    star 4
    The war with Iraq will be over by December 2003. Our troops are already less than 100 miles from Baghdad. It hasn't even been a weak and their regime is falling apart.

    The war will not affect the Clone Wars cartoon in anyway.
  3. Devi Jedi Padawan

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    Aug 22, 2002
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    Darth_Malt beat me to it. But if the war is still going on by then, they might postpone or even cancel (I hope not) the airing of the Clone Wars cartoon, out of respect for the RL soldiers in Iraq, and because it could be considered tasteless/inappropriate to show war cartoons while a real war is raging. Kinda like they cancelled terrorism-related movies after 9/11.
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