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The Mandalorian Episode 13-The Jedi, Mando and Jedi Meet

Rejoice! The Awesome Appearance of Live-Action Ashoka

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.

The Mandalorian Episode 10- The Heiress herself

‘The Heiress’ Makes Star Wars Fans Squeal

Oh, yes; this is the stuff that I’ve been wanting to get out of The Mandalorian! After last week consisted of attack of the ice spiders, it felt like the show lost some of its steam. However, it not only got said steam back this week, but went into overtime. Since there’s no way for me to talk about this episode without spoiling it, I’m going to assume that if you’re reading this, then you already watched the episode. That, or you don’t care about spoilers. Buckle up for ‘The Heiress’, because it’s going to tie back to some fan-favorite shows in Star Wars.

The Mandalorian Episode 9- The Marshal, Mando and the Tusken Raiders

‘The Mandalorian’ Returns and it Brings Back a Legendary Character

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.

The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian Starts With a Bang

Ever since Disney bought Lucasfilms, and with it, Star Wars, I’ve kept a skeptical eye on where the company takes the franchise. Then they axed the Expanded Universe and thirty plus years of extra content that they’ve yet to make up for. They may have given us Thrawn back, but I won’t be satisfied until I see the return of Revan! However, I think Disney’s starting to step up, and a big example would be the new show, The Mandalorian.

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