Following the reveal that Anakin Skywalker is responsible for the deaths of many of the Jedi and has now turned to the Dark Side of
The Republic is losing the war, the Jedi are all but destroyed, and yet nothing can prepare Obi-Wan and Master Yoda for what’s to come.
General Grievous’ defeat was seen as a great win for the Jedi, bringing down one of the biggest heavy-hitters from the separatist movement. Unfortunately, a
With the Chancellor rescued, Count Dooku defeated, and an epic crash landing, Obi-Wan turns his attention to General Grievous who escaped before he could be
Part 14 and as the battle continues in orbit of the Republic Capital, Obi-Wan, and Skywalker head into the Chancellor’s ship to attempt a daring
Episode 2 left us in tatters, Dooku escaped, Anakin lost a hand, the Jedi were on the verge of galaxy-wide war, it wasn’t looking good.
With his defenses defeated by the clone soldiers, Count Dooku retreats to his main base of operations. Right on his tail, however, are Obi-Wan and
With the Jedi rescued from certain death thanks to an epic fightback from Mace Windu, followed by a well-timed extraction from Master Yoda, the time
Part ten sees the Jedi in serious trouble. Anakin’s rescue attempt has failed, Obi-Wan’s capture used as a successful trap (It’s A Trap!) and now
Part Nine, and Obi-Wan’s snooping has finally landed him in trouble as he is captured by the force behind the assassination attempt and the clone
Part Eight, after failing to keep Padme’s would-be assassin alive, Obi-Wan undertakes a solo mission following the mysterious blue-armoured bounty hunter to the planet Kamino.
Part Seven, and with The Phantom Menace now complete, we’re moving on to Attack of the Clones, a movie focused on how the clone wars