Friday, March 1, 2013

Clone Wars: To Catch a Jedi Review.

After last week's "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much" which was exceptional in all aspects, and "To Catch a Jedi" was nearly on the same level. Since it would be impossible to review this without spoilers, expect full spoilers for the episode. 
Ventress was back and she was awesome! The new reformed Ventress was witty and fun to watch. Ahsoka had even more character development as she continues to progress into an even better character throughout this story arc. There were references to the up-coming Star Wars 1313 video game set in the underworld of Coruscant and this episode directly referenced a few others levels but not 1313. Again, the animation is incredible! The dark slums of Coruscant looked fantastic, and the animation for Ahsoka's cloak looked much better than previously in the series.
The climatic battle between Ahsoka and the mysterious cloaked figure was surprising brutal. Ahsoka got the crap beaten out of her, even in the "Padawan Lost" he was not beaten down that much. Now the cloaked figure is obvious not the Emperor as some were suspecting, unless he made some drastic changes to himself.  It appears that Barriss Offee is obviously the cloaked the figure unless it is another character not previously introduced in the story. However, it does not explain how powerful she has become if it is indeed Offee that was the cloaked figure. She should not be anymore powerful than Ahsoka, even if she did catch her by surprise. Who do you think set-up Ahsoka?

Overall: 9.9/10- While it does not reach the dramatic heights of "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much", it does have great action and satisfying story. Can't wait to see the conclusion to this story.

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1 comment:

  1. I suspected Barriss, but I didn't want it to be her since it'll mess up cannon. In a comic she died a great Jedi in Order 66 with Aayla :(


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