Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Count Dooku Vs. The Nightsisters Video Clip

Jay Cochran - January 06, 2011
IGN has released a new video clip for this weeks episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars titled "Nightsisters."

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Drugged and blinded by the Nightsisters of Dathomir, Count Dooku proves he's still a formidable opponent in this scene from the Savage Opress storyline, debuting January 7th.


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dhoonib - 2008-09-05 @ 3:19 pm
I'll ignore that

 

lol

Wheeljack35 - 2008-09-05 @ 3:04 pm

I'll ignore that

dhoonib - 2008-09-05 @ 1:07 am
I thought of locking this thread since the new thread is up

 

 

But....

 

 

 

I will let this on stay for a while longer

 

Oh you want to discuss Otis and jail a little bit more, huh?

Wheeljack35 - 2008-09-04 @ 11:54 pm
MISS TESCHMACHER!!!

 

Boy what nice body she had

I've never cared for Eve Teschmacher/Valerie Perrine. However, I did go gaga over Lorelei Ambrosia/Pamela Stephenson.

 

 

LOL I wonder what ever became of her

I AM SCI-FI - 2008-09-04 @ 11:51 pm
MISS TESCHMACHER!!!

 

Boy what nice body she had

I've never cared for Eve Teschmacher/Valerie Perrine. However, I did go gaga over Lorelei Ambrosia/Pamela Stephenson.

Wheeljack35 - 2008-09-04 @ 10:39 pm

I thought of locking this thread since the new thread is up

 

 

But....

 

 

 

I will let this on stay for a while longer

Dragonrider1227 - 2008-09-04 @ 5:22 pm
MISS TESCHMACHER!!!

 

Boy what nice body she had

 

Still don't know where she went in SR. It was Teschmacher in the first two and then Kitty. Kitty kind of came from no where.

I'd like to think that meant she finally left Luthor.

dhoonib - 2008-09-04 @ 5:08 am

I think the reboot is the way to go. SR just kind of messed up the franchise. You can't explain away the kid, you can't explain away Superman's aloof and silly behavior from the last one, and frankly you can't explain away most of that movie. So instead just go in there and get rid of the lot of them. Make way for better ideas. SR kind of mucked up the works. I mean even the fans of SR admit the kid was a little much. I think though if they actually gave a damn about that character and to Superman though they would explain what happened when that piano smashed that guy. Superman doesn't kill but his kid does? The kid seemed fine with it though too. I doubt think Singer cared about the property much. The reboot is the only fair thing to do right now especially if they want a viable franchise and not just another goofy one up picture. I think SR fits fine in a "What If?" capacity.

SUPREMEQUEEN - 2008-09-03 @ 4:45 pm

well well well. this is a bit of a sticky wicket! The problem as I see it, is that SR was NOT a total waste. if it were then this whole "kill the Singer/Routh franchise", would be a lot more easy.

 

BUT! as the saying goes, "you can't make an omlett with out breaking a few eggs". & that's just what must happen here. Singer & Routh must go to the "hollywood chopping block" for termination if this franchise is to survive.

 

Singer had some god ideas, but dude just got lost in his own work, & now others are needed to "enter stage left" & clean up his mess. As for the wiredness of the one lil Superman film that's just out there all by its self.................well I say if the reboot is made to be an all out epic success that challanges the TDK, then I don't think SR being out there all by its self will do much damage. After all the Supergirl movie didn't crash the franchise beyond repair, so I say.........

 

ON WITH THE REBOOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dhoonib - 2008-09-03 @ 4:13 pm

A little Superman reboot update from Slash Film

 

(link)

 

Mark Miller def has some plans so we will see.

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