After the success of Gendy Tartakovsky's animated series, work was launched to bring a weekly Star Wars series to television. Flash forward to October 2008, and the Cartoon Network series, The Clone Wars. Dark Horse is taking part in the series by publishing a 6 issue mini series based on the series, featuring the same characters, but with new situations and events. This initial series is called "Slaves of the Republic."

The initial series was such a success that they expanded the series with two other storylines, "In the Service of the Republic" and "Hero of the Confederacy."

STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS
The Clone Wars #1 The Clone Wars #2 The Clone Wars #3 The Clone Wars #4 The Clone Wars #5 The Clone Wars #6
The Clone Wars #7 The Clone Wars #8 The Clone Wars #9 The Clone Wars #10 The Clone Wars #11 The Clone Wars #12
Variants
The Clone Wars #1 (Dark Horse 100 limited cover)
Specials
The Clone Wars  Free Comic Book Day 2009 Special The Clone Wars  Free Comic Book Day 2011 Special
Collected Editions
The Clone Wars - Slaves Of The Republic The Clone Wars - In Service of The Republic The Clone Wars - Hero of the Confederacy

Dark Horse is also publishing a quarterly anthology series, similar to the Clone Wars Adventures title. This features animated style art, with stand alone stories.

STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS QUARTERLY
The Clone Wars  Shipyards of Doom #1 The Clone Wars  Crash Course #2 The Clone Wars  The Wind Raiders of Taloraan #3 The Clone Wars  The Colossus of Destiny #4 The Clone Wars  Deadly Hands of Shon-Ju #5 The Clone Wars  The Starcrusher Trap #6
The Clone Wars  Strange Allies #7 The Clone Wars  The Enemy Within #8 The Clone Wars  The Sith Hunters #9 The Clone Wars  Defenders of The Lost Temple #10 The Clone Wars  The Smuggler's Code #11
Exclusives
The Clone Wars  Shipyards of Doom (Target DVD Special)

Beginning with Season 1 of The Clone Wars, StarWars.com created a series of Web Comics that served as lead-in's to the events of the week's episode. Written by web content manager Pablo Hidalgo, and art from a quartet of artists that included Tom Hodges, Katie Cook, Grant Gould and Jeff Carlisle. With Season 2, a different approach was conceived by which one larger story occurring during the events of the season, again with art by Tom Hodges, Grant Gould, Jeff Carlisle, and Daniel Falconer.

Web Comics Season One
The Clone Wars Web Comic #1 & #2 The Clone Wars Web Comic #3 The Clone Wars Web Comic #4 The Clone Wars Web Comic #5 The Clone Wars Web Comic #6 The Clone Wars Web Comic #7
The Clone Wars Web Comic #8 The Clone Wars Web Comic #9 The Clone Wars Web Comic #10 The Clone Wars Web Comic #11 The Clone Wars Web Comic #12 The Clone Wars Web Comic #13
The Clone Wars Web Comic #14 The Clone Wars Web Comic #15 The Clone Wars Web Comic #16 The Clone Wars Web Comic #17 The Clone Wars Web Comic #18 The Clone Wars Web Comic #19
The Clone Wars Web Comic #20 The Clone Wars Web Comic #21 The Clone Wars Web Comic #22 The Clone Wars Web Comic #23 The Clone Wars Web Comic #24
Web Comics Season Two
The Clone Wars Web Comic #25
Web Comics Season Three
The Clone Wars Web Comic #26
Collected Editions
Tales from The Clone Wars #1


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Back before the world wide web and social media ruled our shopping habits there was a long-established practice of driving around all the nearby toy stores to hunt down the latest releases. Obviously times have changed and online retail is far more important than it was twenty-five years ago - but has it killed the toy run? What was your shopping experience over the Triple Force Friday product launch weekend?
I managed to find everything I wanted in stores!
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I didn't bother stepping outside and ordered everything online.
I haven't bought any of the TFF product yet. Roll on clearance sales.
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I've so over it, no more Star Wars collecting for me.
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