Sabrina Monet

A writer surviving in the Bay Area. When I'm not working, I'm trying to finish my manuscript or consuming unhealthy amounts of television. I watched Return of the Jedi on the big screen and have been a fan since. In 1998, I crashed a media event and stole one of the signs as a memento that I was there - George Lucas saw me do it.

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Clone Wars Season 3: Bravery, Honor, and Unity

Season 3 is when “The Clone Wars” truly shoed parallels between the fantastical soap opera that is its source material and the reality that...

Clone Wars Season 2: Ambition and Paths Not Taken

Season 2 was stronger than the first season. The episodes were great as stand-alone episodes and the story arcs were easy to follow. I related to the characters more in this season than the first...

Clone Wars Season 1: An Introduction to a Forgotten Team

The Clone Wars never played a special place in my memory, having only absently watched the series a decade ago. Confession: I loved the original three Star Wars films, but in the late...

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Exclusive interview with James Arnold Taylor

When you say Clone Wars you say Obi-Wan Kenobi. In 2010 I had the privilege of interviewing voice-actor James Arnold Taylor who...

J.D. Dillans & Matt Owens are reportedly working on a Star Wars movie

According to at least Variety and Deadline, a new Star Wars feature is in the works by the hands of writer-director J.D....

Clone Wars Season 3: Bravery, Honor, and Unity

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