We start our dive of the series with the first of the prequels, the earliest point in the continuity we can go back to if we're going to watch it in chronological order. I really wish we'd started somewhere else...
Slotting in between movies two and three, the "Clone Wars Epic" is really three different piece of the series tying things together to tell an overarching story of the greatest war the Republic ever saw.
Having caught Solo in theaters, we take a look at the film and find out if it's an essential prequel or just more filler background noise.
Star Wars: Rebels
We diverge from the standard cast of characters, the usual people showing up every time, to look at a different crew working on their own in the time between the fall of the Republic and the rise of the Rebellion.
With the Death Star completed, we take a dive into the film that launched the series, a rousing movie about good vs. evil and about how a plucky band of rebels could defeat the greatest weapon in the cosmos.
In the lead up to the next trilogy, a group of teens join the Republic to fight for Force and System. But there are glimmers of a new, evil threat on the horizon, and these student soldiers may have to grow up fast if they're going to help stop the coming First Order.
Darths and Droids: We take a dive into the webcomic mash-up of Star Wars and Dungeons and Dragons.
Spaceballs: Mel Brooks comes at us with this beloved comedy direectly riffing on the classic saga. But does the film really hold up all these years later?
Troopers (2011): This samusing little web-series from College Humor does a pretty good job of parodying the main series, although it's not without its flaws.
We're Going to War! Star War!: A discussion on the internal stagnant nature of the world of Star Wars and how the technology, religion, and even worlds of the universe hardly ever seem to change after decades (even thousands of years).