Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Decoded

Here is your chance to watch the first season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, again or for the first time, and learn something new about the Star Wars universe.

Clone Wars Decoded is the entire first season -- 22 episodes of the CG-animated series from George Lucas and Lucasfilm Animation -- with enhanced pop-up facts and insights. The pop-ups will include trivia and background information on the characters and storylines from the series' creators themselves.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Decoded premieres Friday, May 1 at 9 p.m. on Cartoon Network.


AhsokaTano said...

Cartoon Network HD dropped the ball again this time because this show was NOT broadcasted in 16:9 Widescreen 1920x1080i HD it was broadcasted in 4:3 letterboxed Standard Definition 720x480 which sucks!!!

I was really looking forward to watching and capturing the Decoded shows and sharing them with the Star Wars fans around the world but now I won't waste my time with this INFERIOR junk because IF the show is not being broadcasted in TRUE 1920x1080i HD Widescreen on the Cartoon Network HD channel on DirecTv HD Satellite then why in the hell does Lucasfilm allow this High Quality show to be downgraded to 4:3 letterboxed Standard Definition LOW QUALITY JUNK?

I think this is PATHETIC AND I and I'm sure others around the world like me also DEMAND that the Cartoon Network HD broadcast engineers wake the hell up because IF I was in charge there then Cartoon Network HD channel would be hiring some NEW broadcast engineers because the ones responsible for DOWNGRADING and RUINING the FLAWLESS HD Quality of The Clone Wars to standard definition format would be FIRED!!!

WHY does George Lucas allow his High Quality series to be turned into blurry looking 4:3 letterboxed crap format instead of the 1920 x 1080i HD format that it should be broadcasted in? It is especially frustrating considering that the channel it comes on is supposed to be a HD channel not a SD channel!!! When the CN logo in bottom right corner is blue and white it is 4:3 standard definition letterboxed format and it is only HD if you see the CN HD logo in Black and Gold which indicates that it is in High Definition and NOT in Standard Definition.