The way I see it, there are two "interpretations" of the events of the Clone Wars. I know that technically both are canon, but TCW largely ignored the events of the multimedia project (henceforth to be known as CWMP - Clone Wars Multimedia Project - for this thread) even before the latter was rendered Legends. For example, in the ROTS novelization (which I would call the climax of the CWMP) Kenobi refers to Darth Maul as "the zabrak he fought on Naboo" (paraphrased). Of course, in TCW its shown that they have a rich, wonderful history together in the events after the TPM. So which interpretation do you prefer? CWMP, which includes: -The micro-series Clone Wars -The following novels: The Cestus Deception, Shatterpoint, Legacy of the Jedi, Medstar 1 & 2, Jedi Trial, and Yoda: Dark Rendezvous (really, I think Labyrinth of Evil and the ROTS novelization both reference these novels so heavily, and were published at the same time, so they could be considered a part of the CWMP). It also technically includes Hard Contact, but not subsequent Republic Commando novels and the Boba Fett young adult books. -The issues of "Republic" collected in the Clone Wars TPB. -The Clone Wars Adventures comics. Or TCW, which includes: -The Clone Wars film. -The Clone Wars TV show. -Tie-in webcomics. -The following novels: The Clone Wars (by Traviss), Wild Space, No Prisoners, Stealth, and Siege. -A bunch of YA books. -Star Wars: The Clone Wars comics by Dark Horse, as well as the Darth Maul: Death Sentence comic mini-series. -The Clone Wars graphic novellas. -Perhaps could be said to include Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir, although that's really up to you. Also, I figured Lit was the best place for this since there are so many comics and novels involved, but since it does tie into other media, mods please feel free to move this to EU community.