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 Dee Bradley Baker

In 2010 I had the privilege of interviewing several Clone Wars voice-actors, among which Dee Bradley Baker - the captain Rex, Cody,...

Exclusive interview with Catherine Taber

In 2010 I had the privilege of interviewing several Clone Wars voice-actors, among which Catherine Taber - the voice of Padme Amidala....

Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 3: On the Wings of Keeradaks

They gave us more dragons. Can we ask for more in this episode? I'm one of the first to complain if an...

Exclusive interview with Tom Kane

In 2010 I had the privilege of interviewing several Clone Wars voice-actors, among which Tom Kane - the voice of Yoda, Admiral...

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...