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Was it this one? I saw that the other day when I was looking up an airing order list. It intrigues me and I might give it a go someday.

As for the concept of escalation with Batman, I’d say that dates back to the original Batman: Year One that follows the start of his crusade. There’s actually a great list of the comics that continue on from there here. The Archie Goodwin run of The Legends of the Dark Knight was phenomenal.

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That’s really only true of that first two-parter and that was due to Fox meddling. After that they kept to the intended original airing order. You could easily just watch both parts to that first arc and then continue on with the list without rearranging anything else.

The production order really irks me because Joker’s Favor is such a better introduction to this iteration of the Joker over what you’d get from starting with Christmas With the Joker.

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The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant
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NeverarGreat said:

The problem isn’t that the TIE is still operational, it’s that there’s never been evidence that the old models had Hyperdrives and plenty of evidence that they did not. Besides, the shuttle is more specifically tied to Vader’s fate in ROTJ.

In fact it’s always been explicitly stated that they do not in the old canon and the new.

And the original film verifies this:

Ben Kenobi: It’s an Imperial fighter.
Luke Skywalker: It followed us!
Ben Kenobi: No, it’s a short-range fighter.
Han Solo: There aren’t any bases around here. Where did it come from?

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<em>Star Wars: The Clone Wars</em> To Return With New Episodes
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Looking forward to it but I have a suggestion. I highly recommend watching it in chronological order instead of the original airing order. George Lucas was heavily involved with the first half of the series and he had a habit of telling the stories out of order. So watching it in airing order can be really confusing because one week someone will have died and then the next they’re just fine. It’s really odd.

Also, the first season is really rough. They hadn’t figured out what the tone should be and leaned heavily in a childish direction. With the chronological order you get some decent later season episodes dispersed between the early ones and it really helps with the tone.

Here’s a link to the chronological order list.