(2023 Release) NEW Clone Wars 20th Anniversary Funko Pops!

Funko Pop! Star Wars: Clone Wars Animated Series 20th Anniversary Funko Pops (2023 release)

Funko Pop! Star Wars: Clone Wars Animated Series 20th Anniversary Funko Pops (2023 release)

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Fans of the iconic “Star Wars: Clone Wars Animated Series” are receiving a treat that sent ripples through the collector community. The new Star Wars: Clone Wars Animated Series 20th Anniversary Funko Pops (2023 release) marks a monumental two decades since the series captivated audiences. This special edition lineup not only rekindles memories of thrilling space battles and intense Jedi duels but also underscores the enduring allure of the Star Wars universe.

To get your hands on these Pop Vinyl Figures at their release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or scroll to continue reading!

A Galactic Milestone: 20th Anniversary Clone Wars Funko Pops!

Ah, 2003! It seems like only yesterday when “Star Wars: Clone Wars” descended upon our screens with its daring narrative and unique animation style.

Those action-packed mini-episodes?

Total game changers.

Dive into 2023, and here we are, marveling at the two-decade mark of this iconic series.

So, how does one truly commemorate such an animated legend?

Well, Funko Pops has an idea.

Whispering through the collector’s grapevine is the release of the 20th Anniversary Funko Pops dedicated to the 2003 “Star Wars: Clone Wars.”

It’s almost poetic, really.

Each pop art figure, with its quintessential vinyl charm, mirrors the distinct animation style that had us glued to our screens back in 2003.

You can almost hear the lightsabers and blaster shots when looking at these.

Remember those iconic moments and dramatic face-offs?

Well, now you can literally place them on your desk or shelf.

A fun way to honor an animated legend while jazzing up your workspace or collection.

Dive into that nostalgic wave, and may the force (and the Funko) be with you!

Unveiling the Star Wars: Clone Wars Funko Pops List for this year’s release:

  • Ahsoka Tano Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Grand Admiral Thrawn Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
  • Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
  • Admiral Ackbar in Chair Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
  • Darth Maul vs. Ahsoka 2-Pack Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Exclusive
  • Anakin vs. Dooku 2-Pack Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Exclusive
  • Darth Maul vs. Gar Saxon 2-Pack Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Exclusive
  • Darth Maul vs. Pre-Vizsla 2-Pack Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Exclusive

Clone Wars 20th Anniversary Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2023 release) is an unconfirmed release. It is only official when or if Funko announces it. I’ll update more information in the long run. Check the pre-order availability at the links below (click to jump!)

A Dive into the Animated Depths: Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)

Okay, so let’s time-travel for a minute, back in 2003, when big chunky computer monitors roamed office desks, and flip phones were the epitome of coolness.

In the midst of it all, in a galaxy not so far away, George Lucas gave us something stellar – “Star Wars: Clone Wars,” an animated series that has, since its inception, stirred the hearts of fans and newcomers alike.

This animated gem, which spanned between “Episode II: Attack of the Clones” and “Episode III: Revenge of the Sith,” offered an in-depth exploration of the conflict that forever changed the face of the Star Wars universe.

It’s intriguing how a series, with episodes as short as three minutes, could captivate the audience and tell a story as expansive as this one.

The animation style, distinctively different from its successor, “The Clone Wars,” resonated with the audience in a peculiar way.

With its crisp lines and stylized action sequences, it had that Samurai Jack vibe (thanks to genius Genndy Tartakovsky).

And yes, it was a visual treat that made every Star Wars fan’s heart race.

You’d see Anakin and Obi-Wan not just as characters but as dynamic warriors grappling with the emotional and physical toils of an ever-expanding war.

Speaking of characters, Asajj Ventress – remember her?

That bald Sith assassin who’s cooler than a polar bear on an iceberg?

The series introduced her, giving the audience another antagonist to think about, apart from the usual suspects.

The interplay between her and Anakin provided a tantalizing glimpse into the dark side’s allure, which, as we all know, played a pivotal role in the broader saga.

One might wonder, why bring back this animated series to the conversation now?

Because, amidst the galaxy of Star Wars content available today, “Star Wars: Clone Wars” (2003) was like that unexpected comet that zipped across the sky – brief, brilliant, and leaving a mark that lingers.

This series, though succinct, laid out the character arcs so deftly that it felt like an essential bridge, not just a filler.

In these moments, Anakin’s transformation, friendships, and conflicts gained richer undertones, making his eventual turn to the dark side even more poignant.

In wrapping this up, it’s safe to say that “Star Wars: Clone Wars” (2003) was not just another addition to the franchise.

It was an experimental delight, a narrative surprise, and, to put it plainly, a love letter to fans who wanted to delve deeper into the Clone Wars’ intricate tapestry.

If you’ve missed out on this animated classic or simply want to revisit it, it’s always waiting in the archives, ready to whisk you away on a starry adventure!

Funko Pop! Star Wars: Clone Wars Animated Series 20th Anniversary Funko Pops (2023 release)

Available at:

Entertainment Earth
eBay

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