Every successful film has to have a cartoon spin-off. It’s the law! And Return of the Jedi is no exception.
Obviously since this is a kids cartoon, we can’t very well concentrate on the story-line of Luke wanting to get off with his sister, so let’s follow those loveable little fury vicious ankle biting creatures, the Ewoks.
There you we thinking that they lived a rather peaceful life until the Storm Troopers dropped by for a cup of coffee one day. In reality though, the Ewoks are constantly being bugged by something or other, and that’s probably what made them so vicious. I know what you’re thinking, how can you say they’re vicious. They are though, they may seem nice and cute, but I’ve got to say they have a vicious bite on them. There I was minding my own business, playing a nice game of chess with a Storm Trooper, and one of these little buggers just came up and bit me. I didn’t do anything to provoke it, it just bit me.
OK, you’re right, that didn’t really happen, after-all, how could it since I was up in the Death Star at the time. Anyway, back to what I was saying before I went off at a complete tangent. The Ewoks, like any other living creatures, have their enemies.
The Dulocks and Morag the Tulgah Witch are always up to something to make the Ewoks lives a misery. Why people can’t just live in peace with each other is beyond me, but that probably wouldn’t make good television would it.
Each episode follows the day to day lives of the Ewoks and something always happens. It’s never Sunday on the planet of Endor. But Wicket and his friends always save the day.