Star Wars: The Clone Wars ended before its time—and with many of its story lines unfinished. The show's team has revealed four unfinished, previously unaired episodes, and discussed how some Clone Wars stories and characters are being revisited in other media.
In the video above, the team talks about the leacy of Clone Wars and its stories. The main attraction—which is available right now—is Crystal Crisis on Utapau, a four-episode arc that was never finished. You can watch "A Death on Utapau," "In Search of the Crystal," "Crystal Crisis," and "The Big Bang" at StarWars.com. The episodes only made it as far as proxy animation, which isn't ideal, but at least we get to hear the voice performances and watch the story unfold. And it includes something we didn't get in the final set of episodes released on Netflix: Anakin's feelings about Ahsoka's departure.
One planned Clone Wars arc that has already come out in comic book form is Son of Dathomir, the four-issue Darth Maul series that concluded in August. Concept art from the original planned TV arc is up on StarWars.com, including this love image of Ord Mantell City:
And they talk a bit in the video about another Clone Wars project that was announced over the summer: a novel written by Christie Golden starring Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos. The book is based on another unfinished Clone Wars arc, but will flesh out the tale of our Sith-turned-bounty-hunter and the Jedi she crosses paths with.
No word yet, however, on when we will next see Ahsoka Tano.