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Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Head-to-Head was the third in a series of Head-to-Head books. It was written by Pablo Hidalgo and published in the United Kingdom on November 28, 2011, by Penguin Books. It detailed hypothetical duels between characters from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It is currently not available in America.

Product descriptionEdit

Have you ever wondered what would happen if your favorite characters and creatures from The Clone Wars faced off head-to-head? Thirty fearsome battles include Anakin Skywalker vs. Savage Opress, Clone Captain Rex vs. a demolition droid, and Chewbacca vs. Gor! Decide who you think would win in these never-before-seen showdowns. Then check out what the experts have to say about who would be left standing.

Mace Windu vs General Grievous

  • Winner: Mace Windu
  • "Grievous relies on tricks to defeat inexperienced Jedi, but Mace is far too focused to be afraid. Windu knows Grievous's secret: the droid general is but a cowardly bully who would rather run than face an evenly matched opponent. Windu quickly cuts through Grievous's defenses."
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