"We need a system where the politicians sit down and discuss the problem, agree what’s in the best interest of all the people, and then do it.”
“That’s exactly what we do. The trouble is that people don’t always agree.”
“Well then they should be be made to.”
The Phantom Menace raised questions. Perhaps, you hoped, Attack of the Clones might answer them. Unfortunately, Episode II itself only offers a litany of new lines of inquiry.
How many nations are part of the Galactic Republic? Why does Padme ever give Anakin the time of day? Who the hell is Sifo-Dyas? Why don't the Jedi ever seem to help people? Why, oh why, do we spend so long in this terrible droid factory? And has anyone ever apologized to Frank Oz?
Join us as we breach the horizon of these questions and more. Begun, the Clone War has.
The Attempted Assassination of Padme TikTok
From Puppets to Pixels: Digital Characters in Episode II
The Art of Pre-Visualization of Episode II
The Sound Design of Episode II
Hosted by Rob Zacny (@RobZacny)
Featuring Alicia Acampora (@ali_west), Austin Walker (@austin_walker), and Natalie Watson (@nataliewatson)
Produced by Austin Walker
Music by Jack de Quidt (@notquitereal)
Cover art by Xeecee (@xeeceevevo)