The Clone Wars Season 4 Finale Preview - Darth Maul Returns

Bespin refugee - February 24, 2012
Season Four of Star Wars: The Clone Wars concludes with a nail-biting, two-part finale arc beginning Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network with “Brothers.”

After being used as a weapon of vengeance by Count Dooku and Asajj Ventress, the dark warrior Savage Opress embarked on a galaxy-spanning quest to find his long-lost brother, the legendary Darth Maul. Maul lives in the depths of a ruined world as a shattered madman barely held together by dreams of vengeance. Savage conspires with the scheming witch Mother Talzin to heal Darth Maul’s body and mind, so that the brothers can begin a new crusade of vengeance against the Jedi.

The saga continues on Friday, March 16, in “Revenge,” as Obi-Wan Kenobi finds an unlikely ally when battling against the dreaded brothers.



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Bespin refugee - 2012-10-20 @ 1:04 am
The Clone Wars: The Complete Season 4 Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD 10/23
spystreak - 2012-03-22 @ 8:42 pm

it's possible Maul attached that Spider caboose himself but couldn'tconnect the nerves properly which caused him to go insane from pain

Silverbolt - 2012-03-19 @ 1:53 pm

Robot Chicken showed one guy cleaning up on Naboo when Maul's body hit the ground. He complained about it, but seemed the type to finish the job no matter what. So he probably swept Maul up and disposed of him along with all the other junk.

 

Either that or when the Emperor came to pick him up he decided half way back that Maul wasn't evil enough since he was beat by a Padawan (plus he'd already moved on to Anakin at that point) so he had a Starscream throwing Megatron out of the ship in the original TF animated movie moment.

 

Perhaps the Emperor did fix him with those spider legs and couldn't fix his unbalanced mind, and with stuff starting to fall into place he needed more of a leader front man student in Dooku over one that was a silent assassin. So he cut his losses and discarded him where he likely wouldn't be found again.

featofstrength - 2012-03-19 @ 3:00 am

If he can come back so can Mace Windu

 

maybe he'll come back with a personality?

Wheeljack35 - 2012-03-19 @ 1:47 am

If he can come back so can Mace Windu

Flounnderr - 2012-03-19 @ 12:47 am

I am a bit bugged that they never explained how Maul survived the encounter with Obi-wan or how he arrived on that junk planet.

 

 

That is the biggest mystery next to what happened to Jimmy Hoffa

 

 

I don't usually have time to watch tv, but I ended up seeing this and i thought it was ok. If there's the force, then there certainly can be dark magic so given that, i don't mind the lack of explanation of bringing back Maul.

 

I do like the cybernetic legs bc they reference depictions of Pan which by default references Satan in Christianity. I don't think I could've come up with a better way to do it... i think the writers should remind us that the sith's methods are "unnatural".

 

The question I have is that the show seems to be doing a good job at addressing secondary and tertiary characters; Do you think this will lead to a seperate cartoon series that takes place right after ROTS, with a young darth vader scouting the galaxy for jedis and re-acquinting himself with former enemies?

 

regards

Joshua

Wheeljack35 - 2012-03-19 @ 12:09 am

I am a bit bugged that they never explained how Maul survived the encounter with Obi-wan or how he arrived on that junk planet.

 

 

That is the biggest mystery next to what happened to Jimmy Hoffa

jedimaster-c - 2012-03-18 @ 10:41 pm

I am a bit bugged that they never explained how Maul survived the encounter with Obi-wan or how he arrived on that junk planet.

spystreak - 2012-03-18 @ 8:32 pm

pretty lackluster season finale nothing really spectacular about it

 

 

Lackluster, though fitting considering Darth Maul...its like 1999 all over again: hype up the disappointment!

Agreed although 1999 was a way better time than now

Bespin refugee - 2012-03-18 @ 8:26 pm
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