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Star Wars: The Clone Wars is certainly an amazing show, with its various elements such as the visuals, sound design, musical score, voice acting, direction, action sequences, and writing. Not since Justice League Unlimited or Teen Titans had we seen such an awesome action cartoon. But how does it compare to the prior 2003 Clone Wars miniseries? Well, it depends on what you like. I mean, I like both, but I prefer the 2008 series over the 2003 miniseries, which I call the Michael Bay series, even though he had no involvement, there was so much over-the-top action and so many explosions, he might as well have directed it, if he was actually good. The whole series is on Netflix, give it a watch. (P.S. Let's make the review character limit count larger, so we can have more detailed reviews.
In my opinion, the 2003 series makes a better job bridging the gap between Episodes II and III (for starters, it properly introduced both Grievous and Assaj ventress, something its successor didn\'t do, but the 2008 series, from Season 2 at least, is much better from a storytelling point of view.
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