"Some news from Star Wars Insider # 114 (which is apparently already sent to comic shops in Europe as I received both versions today):
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Episode 9): Grievous Intrigue (written by Ben Edlund), for January 1, 2010: "After a deadly encounter with a prominent member of the Jedi Council, the Jedi resolve to stop General Grievous once and for all."
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Episode 10): The Deserter (written by Carl Ellsworth), for January 1, 2010: "Obi-Wan Kenobi leads a squadron of clone troopers as the search for Grievous intensifies, but who is the mysterious Cut Lawquane?"
And from the announcement for # 115 (January 26), Insider # 114 mentions a Dark Horse Infinities take on the prequels!!! Could this mean a new miniseries? "The Star Wars Saga as you've never seen it before, as Dark Horse comics adapts the prequels and takes a different route with Star Wars Infinities!"
Also in issue 115 (January 26): "Meet the Mandalorians: an in-depth look at the Jedi's newest foes from Season Two of Star Wars: The Clone Wars!" and "Dave Filoni on the second half of Season Two, and why the time was right for the Mandalorians to enter the Clone Wars!"
And what I like best about Insider # 114, is the following quote from the Ask Cad Bane article (by Leland Chee) on page 37: "When the end of the series [The Clone Wars] is in sight, a new timeline will be created to encompass both the events of series and of all the previous EU material."'
Big thanks to Eddie for the news! Click here for more of what to expect from the issue at the main site.
UPDATE: Star Wars Insider #114 is now available and you get a teaser, in the form of a Dave Filoni interview excerpt, at Starwars.com.
UPDATE #2:Starwars.com provides an excerpt from Insider #114 in which Dan Wallace breaks down the Dark Horse comic reinvigoration of the Star Wars saga. Looks like the second part of this article will feature the stuff that created the whole Prequel Infinities confusion. Star Wars Insider #114 is out now.
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