We’ve all been there.
You’re working out your sore muscles, you’re out on a weekend and you see someone in a parka, a shirt, a pair of jeans, a bag, and you’ve got a million ideas for what to wear, but you’ve never thought of what to do with them.
Then you see a Star Wars poster, and your mind goes blank.
How can I wear it?
You can do this, or you can do that, or whatever, but if you’re like me and your heart just stops, then you can’t really wear it.
It just sits there, so you have to start again.
The Star Wars franchise is synonymous with the 1980’s, so it’s no surprise that Star Wars: The Clone Wars and its sequels have become iconic images of the decade.
But why did they become such a hit?
Why do we love them so much?
We’re here to answer some of those questions, and look back on the most iconic moments from that decade.
Read on to find out what went into making the Clone Wars films so popular.
Star Wars: A New Hope, 1977-1980 The first film, A New Beginnings, is a throwback to the simpler days of the ’80s.
It’s a nostalgic take on the era of the First Order, a group of dark-skinned aliens that were introduced in the 1977 animated film The Empire Strikes Back and first made famous in the 1973 film Return of the Jedi.
It also has some memorable scenes featuring a trio of young kids, the first of which is a scene in which Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia are seen trying to save Han Solo’s ship from the First Menace.
The second film, The Phantom Menace, follows the return of the evil empire that destroyed the Jedi Order in Return of an Empire.
While it is based on the original trilogy, it follows the events of the 1977 film Return to the Jedi, which follows the rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
The plot follows a ragtag band of rebels led by an eccentric Jedi named Luke Skywalker, who is forced to join up with the Galactic Republic.
In addition to the First Manace, the films follow several of the original Jedi Order members, including Luke Skywalker himself.
The films also feature a variety of characters from the original Star Wars series, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, and Darth Vader.
After this, we move onto the Clone Saga, which takes place a year after Return of a Empire, with the first films continuing with the events that happened after Return.
This takes place during the Clone War, an armed conflict between the Galactic Senate and the Republic.
Luke Skywalker is a young Jedi who was chosen to become a clone of the late Emperor Palpatine, which resulted in him being the first Jedi to be born into the clone army.
At the end of the Clone saga, Palpatino is killed by a clone trooper named Count Dooku, and Luke is exiled to a secret prison known as C.R.A.M.D., where he meets his future wife Leia Organa, who was captured during the war.
Luke’s father, Ben, is imprisoned on the planet Kashyyyk, where he and Leia are held in a secret facility known as the Death Star.
Luke is rescued by Obi-wan Kenobi, a young apprentice of Darth Vader, who rescues the young Jedi from the Death Stars.
Luke and Leia eventually escape to the surface world of Endor, where they reunite with Han Solo and Chewbacca, who have escaped captivity on Kashyyky.
Before heading to the planet Jakku, Luke and Han must face off against a mysterious force known as Darth Maul, who leads the First Sons of the Sith and who is known as The Hand of the Emperor.
Maul is a powerful Force-user and has a number of dark side powers.
Han Solo, Leia Organan, and the rest of the Rebel Alliance set off on a journey to destroy the Hand and its forces.
After defeating The Hand and defeating the Emperor, they must fight to free their beloved planet, and face off with a variety the First Son of the Dark Lord, the infamous Emperor Palpetha.
Luke Skywalker and Chewie Skywalker are introduced to the galaxy during The Clone Saga by Han, who has the power to summon the Force, and Obi-wys, a character from The Phantom Man, who wields the power of the Force.
After some training and being given the green light to go off-world, Luke Skywalker goes off on his own adventure, and is eventually recruited by the bounty hunter Boba Fett as a member of the Resistance.
Although the original movies are considered one of the best animated films of all time, the original film was an extremely low budget film, which forced it to take liberties with the original story lines.
It is also notable that, unlike most of the other Star Wars films