Anakin Skywalker Clone Wars Microseries

Anakin Skywalker (Clone Wars Microseries)

ALL, Clone Wars Microseries, Expanded Universe, Jedi


Anakin Skywalker – was a Force-sensitive Human male who served the Galactic Republic as a Jedi Knight and later served the Galactic Empire as the Sith Lord Darth Vader. Born to the slave Shmi Skywalker in 41.9 BBY, Anakin was conceived by midi-chlorians, the symbiotic organisms that allowed individuals to touch the Force, and he and his mother were brought to the desert planet of Tatooine to be the slaves of Gardulla the Hutt.

They soon ended up as the property of the Toydarian Watto, and Skywalker exhibited exceptional piloting skills and a reputation for being able to build and repair anything even at a young age. In 32 BBY, Skywalker encountered the Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn and Padmé Amidala, and he helped them secure the parts they needed for their starship by winning the Boonta Eve Classic podracing event—only to learn that he had also won his freedom in doing so.

(Source: Wookieepedia)

This version of the costume was seen in the animated Clone Wars Microseries Volume 2 that was initially aired on the Cartoon Network but can now be found on DVD and Disney+.

Anakin Skywalker Clone Wars Microseries


1. Dark grey chest armour with shoulder bells
2. Matching dark grey clone trooper style belt
3. Dark brown knee-length V-cut outer vest with matching cape
4. Mocha brown outertunic with slim sleeves
5. Dark brown right and left arm ribbed guantlets with leather strap around wrist
6. Dark brown pants
7. Knee length dark brown boots with spats and three straps on each leg
8. Anakin’s ROTS Hero Lightsaber hilt
9. Anakin’s Jedi Knight hair
10. Must be clean shaven

Anakin Skywalker Clone Wars Microseries


1. Dark grey chest armour
2. Anakin’s right eye scar

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Author: BryanAnakin
Updated by Costume Standards Committee: 16 May 2017

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