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Covers revealed for the 5 issues of Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Battle Tales

From Jedi-Bibliotek:

Star Wars Adventures: The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #1 (01.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #1 (Derek Charm Variant Cover) (01.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #1 (Mike Oeming Variant Cover) (01.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #2 (08.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #2 (Derek Charm Variant Cover) (08.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #3 (15.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #3 (Derek Charm Variant Cover) (15.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #4 (22.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #4 (Derek Charm Variant Cover) (22.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #5 (29.04.2020)

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The Clone Wars – Battle Tales #5 (Derek Charm Variant Cover) (29.04.2020)

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  • Arnav “RayO1” Bhattacharjee

    So, I just watched the new Clone Wars episode, and contrary to what many thought, they did not censor Admiral Trench’s death. They actually changed nothing about it.

    But they did change the ending. But it’s another good change, and definitely refreshing as the last episode’s change concerning one Organic Decimator was less than satisfying. It seems that like with Episode 2’s replacement of the Nose-Art, Episode 4’s new ending is to the benefit of the story.

    But of course, a daily reminder that of the changes we’ve seen so far, none of them are tied to Disney’s agenda. These were changes made by Filoni himself, and while I will say that reducing the role of the Decimator was a bad call, it was HIS bad call, not Disney’s. But it’s still good to see him stretching his muscles. These kinds of things are hardly lore-breaking at all.

    But the quality of his changes are a little bit worrying for the quality of the upcoming episodes. If it’s as hit-and-miss as the ones we have seen in the Bad Batch, what might become of The Siege of Mandalore? I have faith in Filoni based on what Sam Witwer has said (who, contrary to Alexrd’s belief, is not worried about paychecks. Seriously, calling Sam Witwer someone who’s in it for the money is like calling George Lucas in it for the merchandise. It’s wrong to assume anything of their own passion for the franchise and how much they themselves have guided and contributed to it), and that the series will end with a hit. But I guess we’ll have to wait and see what comes next and if they will be misses. But one thing’s for sure…

    Those two girls replacing Nyx Okami; if anyone can write good female characters, even if they are mandate driven, it’s Dave Filoni.

    • Alexrd

      I didn’t say Sam Witwer is in it for the money. My point is that he wouldn’t criticize the company who provides his paychecks. As in, he wouldn’t criticize agenda-driven decisions, wether they were confirmed or not. Not that he has to criticize. Maybe he even agrees with it. And I don’t doubt that he would provide a rationale to justify said decisions if he was asked about it.

      As for the replacement of characters, the main point of contention is the replacement itself. And this one that we’re about to see in the next episodes is so ‘in your face’ that there’s no “creative” excuse for it that holds any water.

      • Arnav “RayO1” Bhattacharjee

        “And this one that we’re about to see in the next episodes is so ‘in your face’ that there’s no “creative” excuse for it that holds any water.”

        Not even the fact that Filoni wanted to reduce the number of Ahsoka’s love interests?

        In which case, this is just corporate agendas and story agendas aligning. Still though…we’ll have to see what happens this Friday.

        And as I said, if I’m right, I want you to buy me a crown, and with diamonds on it lol

      • Alexrd

        “Not even the fact that Filoni wanted to reduce the number of Ahsoka’s love interests?”

        And that didn’t cross his mind when he was developing the story with George? Or during the conception of the character, a character he had a very specific idea of what he wanted? Sorry, not buying that. There’s no logic to that excuse either.

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