Author's Saving Throw: Chapter 20 has been extended to 8 minutes and the last five extended to 12 to 15 minutes, to fan praise.
Better on DVD: Considering the original 4 minute segments, it merges well into a wall-to-wall hour long movie. As a matter of fact, watching episodes 1–25 back-to-back will take less time than the entire runtime of Revenge of the Sith.
Is this the only good Star Wars animated series that ever came out or is it just Samurai Jackin space?
Some people liked the fact that the first 19 chapters was the right amount of time or they were too short for Star Wars fans to handle.
Crosses the Line Twice: During the escape from Grievous, the Jedi accompanying Palpatine get a brief respite when Grievous is being held off by the clones. While waiting for the elevator, they can hear the sound of Grievous slaughtering his way through the clones and getting closer and closer to them.......Not funny. One of the Jedi frantically pressing the "call" button on the elevator to get it to come faster? Funny.
This series also made General Grievous into one for the entire Star Wars universe.
The Nelvaanians are a race of Darkhorses, complete with their fictional language.
Epileptic Trees: Some people play the entire series as propaganda films made by a brief character in Windu's episode. Said character did (in Legends canon) make pro-Jedi propaganda during Palpatine's reign and his entire backstory began as an excuse to explain the inconsistencies in Jedi portrayal between the show and the films, which some fans had complained about. So it's somewhat implied in his backstory that these are his cartoons, or at least are very similar to them.
Woobie Species: The Nelvaanians, Woobie-esque beast-men. Their men were captured by Separatists and used as test subjects, being mutated into grotesque obese mind-controlled creatures. Their reveal and their appearance are part-Nightmare Fuel part-Tear Jerker.