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‘The Clone Wars’ Fan Art Roundup – “Old Friends Not Forgotten”

Art inspired by the first episode in the Siege of Mandalore arc, "Old Friends Not Forgotten"

The Siege of Mandalore has begun! After years of waiting, fans of Star Wars: The Clone Wars finally got their first taste of an arc that promises to be one of the most compelling – and heartbreaking – story arcs in the show’s history. “Old Friends Not Forgotten” has earned unanimous praise from critics and fans alike and it’s not hard to see why. From bittersweet reunions to high-octane action sequences, this episode pulled absolutely no punches.

Naturally, this breathtaking and often emotional opening to the Siege of Mandalore arc spurred the fan artists into action, leading them to create some equally breathtaking and emotional art. Here are just some of the incredible artworks inspired by “Old Friends Not Forgotten”.


Credit: All of the artworks featured in this article are property of their respective artists. If your art has been published here against your wishes or has been incorrectly attributed, please let me know.

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Kelly M is an avid 'Star Wars' fan hailing from Gibraltar and living the geek life in the Netherlands. She is the admin and chief content creator for Team Ahsoka and you can find her on Twitter under the names @TeamAhsoka and @Kello_Ren.

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