Everyone, I’m going to start this review with a disclaimer. If you haven’t seen the season finale to The Mandalorian, then for the love of all that is holy, go watch it. RIGHT. NOW. Because it’s only after watching it that you’ll understand why the entire Star Wars fandom cried tears of joy in the early morning of December 18th, 2020.
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Ashoka Tano; few characters in Star Wars have had such a complex journey, both in-universe and in the real world. When she debuted in the pilot movie for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, people thought she was an annoying tag-along that would die before the show’s end; she did, but it didn’t stick. Twelve years later, though, and this former Jedi turned rebel stands as one of the franchise’s greatest heroes. Now, after months of speculation, and two weeks since the name drop in “The Heiress”, the fans wish came true.
Last week, we saw The Mandalorian begin its sophomore season with as big a bang as possible. There were explosions, Tusken Raiders, a giant Krayt Dragon, and the return of … Continue Reading This week on ‘The Mandalorian’: SPIDERS!
In the months since the season finale of The Mandalorian, Star Wars fans have been active online trying to speculate on what could happen in Season Two. While the jury’s out on Ashoka, the season premiere just confirmed the return of a certain legendary bounty hunter. The original Mandalorian himself, back from the dead.
After episodes of being hunted down by other bounty hunters, Karga reaches out to Mando with a peace offering: help get rid of the Stormtroopers, and they’ll be square. Since this is an obvious trap, Mando brings some backup.
This may be the most fanservice based episode of the Mandalorian yet. Mando helps break a criminal out of a New Republic prison ship with help from some jerks.
If even South Park, which can be very critical of how Star Wars is done, loves Baby Yoda and The Mandalorian, then you know that it’s good.
When the Mandalorian tries to find refuge for Baby Yoda, he gets involved in an Old Western Stand-Off to save a village from raiders.
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