Seeing that Star Wars: The Clone Wars is getting added to Netflix, it seems a bit unfair that it's predecessor doesn't. So I've decided to change that...
Are you a fan of both Old and Newer clone wars media and like them equally? No problem you can be a member of both groups! There will be no discrimination against fandoms here.
Posting Policy: It's generally recommended that you post things pertaining to the Clone Wars Multi-Media Project rather than the newer Clone Wars media. Why is this you ask? Because not only is that outside the theme of this group but the leaders of the Clone Wars Fans/ Prequel Appreciation group will throw a tantrum if you do. And obviously no posting things offensive or pornographic in nature.
Like the Clone Wars but don't like the show? Are you interested in learning about how the Clone War really went down? Do you feel that the 2008 Clone Wars movie and Television series doesn't accurately represent the events that transpired during the clone war? If any of the questions apply, then you, my friend, have found paradise.
Beginning in 2002 after the successful release of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of The Clones, the Clone Wars Multimedia Project was established to tell the story of the Clone Wars, a conflict set in the 3 year span between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. It consisted of Comics, Novels, a Television series (Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)), and video games and set out to tell the story of the Clone Wars in Real Time (which it succeeded in doing until 2008 when it was ruined forever by the 2008 Clone Wars movie and television series)
For more background information on the Clone Wars Multi-Media Project here is a really good Wookieepedia Article: Starwars.wikia.com
Also: here is a video I made of the entire Clone Wars Timeline.
Click the image of each comic to begin reading
(Arranged in chronological order)
click this link to read the article: Moddb.com