Relive the intergalactic excitement and feel the Force like never before with Star Wars: The Clone Wars The Complete Season Two, coming to Blu-ray and DVD 15th November from Lucasfilm Ltd. and Warner Home Video. Featuring cutting-edge animation and a host of special bonus materials, the comprehensive collection explores the farthest reaches of "a galaxy far, far away" with all-new adventures set against the spectacular backdrop of the Star Wars universe. As the intensifying Clone Wars plunge further into the galaxy, heroic Jedi encounter never-before-seen creatures, space pirates, giant monsters, mind-controlling brain worms and the return of Boba Fett. Adding to the turmoil, bounty hunter Cad Bane steals valuable Jedi secrets, a mind-controlling Geonosian queen creates an indestructible army, and the giant Zillo beast terrorizes Coruscant. Created and executive produced by George Lucas, the first-ever TV production from Lucasfilm Animation explores the tumultuous time between Episodes II and III, expanding the scope of Star Wars beyond anything seen in the feature films. With the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance, the heroes of the Republic -- including the valiant Jedi Knights and their loyal clone troopers -- fight bravely to repel the attacks of the evil Separatists and their droid army. With fierce battles, expanded storylines and ground-breaking animation, these are Star Wars adventures that are bigger, bolder and more intense than ever before. Bonus features include a look inside the Lucasfilm vaults with featurette interviews along with Director and Artist commentaries on each disc. In addition, The Complete Season Two will include a 64-page production journal with concept designs, original sketches and notes from Supervising Director Dave Filoni. Plus, exclusive to the Blu-ray disc, The Jedi Temple Archives provides in-depth access to an extensive database of creative materials. "Everything's improved since the first season -- the stories, the animation, everything," said Filoni. "It's bigger and better, and it's going to look great in high-definition."