New Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures show gives you every lightsaber clash

The history of the rise and fall of the Jedi and the Sith gets animated.

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The new episode of Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures offers up animated versions of every lightsaber battle in all the Star Wars movies. 

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Every diehard Star Wars fan knows how the Jedi rose to power and then were ultimately defeated by the Sith, and how eventually the balance of the Force was restored by the Jedi. 

But sometimes it's nice to be reminded of how important and intense these lightsaber battles can be, especially when a Skywalker is involved. 

On Friday, Lucasfilm released a new episode of the animated series Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures, called Jedi vs. Sith, via the Star Wars Kids YouTube channel

In the episode, we see every Anakin and Luke lightsaber battle (along with a few other characters like Rey and Obi-Wan) from all the Star Wars films, starting with A New Hope and ending with The Last Jedi

This episode serves as a great primer on all the important lightsaber battles across the Star Wars saga, leading up to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures is a series of animated shorts celebrating the characters and stories of a galaxy far, far away, featuring a bright and colorful art style, exciting action, and insight into the saga's greatest themes.

The G-rated content in the new Star Wars Kids YouTube channel is designed to introduce Star Wars to a new generation of young fans.

That's great news for parents who're not only looking for a fun way to introduce their kids to the Star Wars universe but also searching for YouTube content they can feel confident is kid-safe

Fans of Star Wars animated shows should also give Star Wars: Resistance a try. It currently airs on the Disney Channel and Disney XD.

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