Mace Windu is revealed to be alive, wearing an eyepatch from surviving his fall. He walks out of the shadows to address Baby Yoda. “You think you’re the only Yoda? You’re apart of a bigger galaxy. You just don’t know it yet.”
.. I can’t even. Have you people seen any Star Wars before this? Remember Han going outside the spaceworm with just a respirator? This isn’t hard sci-fi.Indeed, he had footprint vision on the raiders and they saw huge AT-ST tracks with their eyes in the woods but all of that including their eyes stopped working in the bandit camp, I guess the bandits had scramblers?
This show lost credibility with ep2 when they causally re-assembled the spaceship and flew into the vacuum of space with it.
The ep2 complaint is silly but the tracking complaint is a consistency/logical issue, not a sci-fi problem.
Whatever man, they are dumb plot choices that could easily be avoided without affecting the overall plot, bad writing.
the dr aphra comics are pretty fun and are set during the original trilogyOff topic but The Mandalorian and Fallen Jedi has got me interested in more Star Wars so I was thinking of grapic novels. If I watched all the movies but never read any of the comics, which would you guys recommend? I would like a thick book like an omnibus with modern art and some of the best star wars stories. Is there someting like that?
It is a good port but to be honest if you really want to scratch the bounty hunting/mandalorian gaming itch i would be jumping into SW: The Old Republic and starting a bounty hunter.
Really? I just watched I tonight and thought it was really great. Really sort of followed that Fistful of Dollars vibe, man with no name enters town in strife, solves problem, bounces out.
Exactly. See above.
Has it been commented on that the show’s structure feels like a spiritual successor to 90s adventure shows like Xena, wherein our hero travels to a new locale, we get a tiny taste of their local culture, and then on their way? This of course springs from other serialized adventures like the obvious influence of Lone Wolf and Cub but it’s a structure that largely hasn’t existed in television for a long time.
Eh, I disagree.So I just Finished catching up to the last episode so far and I like it a lot. I guess the biggest question I have so far (as I’m sure is probably one of the most common) is how far they are going to go with Baby Yoda Considering that it seems they are positioning him as the second most important character in the show. Lucas always made it a point to never allow any official information on anything Yoda/Yoda species backstory related including not even naming his race.
It’s hard to imagine that they added a character like “Baby Yoda” to this without the intent of fleshing out some information on his race.
the show seems like a lot of fun so far, curious to see the directions they take it and wether Disney will try to eventually tie shows like this in with future films.