REVIEW: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Shades of Reason
This week’s episode of The Clone Wars brought Maul, Savage, their underworld criminal army, and the Death Watch back to Mandalore for a faceoff with the pacifist Duchess Satine. In her review, Megan emphasizes just how much “Shades of Reason” impacted the ongoing stories of The Clone Wars:
The duel between Darth Maul and Pre Viszla likely would have been bloody if the network had allowed it. The fight was intense and enjoyable, with Pre Viszla seemingly unconcerned about setting his surroundings on fire and Maul getting his lightsaber cut in half yet again. At this point, one would think he would practice moves specifically to prevent that. The musical cues say we should be rooting for Maul, and I was, while also realizing that of the three factions there – the Zabraks, Pre Viszla’s Death Watch, and Bo-Katan’s Death Watch – none of them are exactly upstanding citizens. But in “Shades of Reason” they are all just so unrelentingly cool.
This episode certainly changed big things for the galaxy. It had an impact on the Mandalorians’ system, and showed that Maul has fully returned – his metal legs certainly served him well against Viszla – and that he’s capable of great things. I don’t imagine he will be unseated easily. “Shades of Reason” had a lot going on and flowed well, and I’m curious to see the surely complicated ways all the various plot points will come together next week.
Click here for her full review.
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I loved Megan’s review, but I was amazed that the word “FRIDGED” didn’t come up once. Because that certain character was straight up Stuffed In a Damn Fridge, and it really sucks.
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