- 1 Volume I
Tartakovsky's take on George Lucas's world follows Anakin Skywalker through stormy adventures, galactic battles, and the secret ceremony that makes him an official Jedi knight. The story also introduces us to the evil General Grievous and takes us through the Jedis' attempts to beat back his surprise attack on Coruscant. With longer episodes and more character development than the first volume, this portion of the story provides additional information on Mace Windu and other more obscure Jedi knights whose histories are left to the viewer's imagination in the films. In addition, those who found the politics of the most recent film trilogy too convoluted to follow should be able to fill in the gaps after watching these stories.
- 2 Volume II
The war which began in the feature film Attack Of The Clones continues in this animated series directed by Genndy Tartakovsky. The separatists and the republic engage in a blowout fight, with Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and Yoda defending the republic against the likes of Count Dooku, an alien bounty hunter, and many others. The program features a unique format that consists of many short segments ranging from two to three minutes in length. In each micro-episode, new characters join the ongoing battle of good against evil. This Emmy Award winning series has earned critical acclaim for it's highly original visual style, which features characters rendered in an elongated manner that brings attention to the drawing process.
- 3 Bridging the Saga
Featurette inlcuding new interviews with George Lucas, Genndy Tartakovsky and the Clone Wars production crew.
- 4 Connecting the Dots
This featurette takes you inside the creative process that Genndy Tartatovsky and his team used to link "Clone Wars" to "Revenge of the Sith".
Air Date: 2005-06-12
- 5 Behind the Scenes
Behind the Scenes Featurette from the Volume 1 DVD.
- 6 Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick
Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick is a brickfilm (Lego short film) loosely based on Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The spoof was produced by Treehouse Animation. It was released with the Clone Wars Volume Two DVD as one of its special features.