Star Wars fatigue. It’s something that has plagued the franchise since we started getting a Star Wars movie every year since The Force Awakens. For me, I haven’t been a victim of Star Wars fatigue but now, I’m starting to understand the meaning of this saying.
The Clone Wars was a worthy animated series to bring to Disney+ because there was never a definitive ending…and it was totally worth the watch. In the first third of the twelve-episode final season of The Clone Wars, we were introduced to the Bad Batch, a group of clones that were defected, choosing their own destinies as they roam the galaxy taking on top-secret missions.
Honestly, I liked the Bad Batch but I only liked the first four episodes really for Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Mace Windu. The Bad Batch never stood out to me as characters I wanted to see have their own animated series. Continue reading My Feelings About the New Animated ‘Star Wars’ Series: The Bad Batch