The Season Finale of “The Book of Boba Fett” saw a former hired gun take responsibility over the welfare of people under him, a father reunite with his son, and a planet’s people take up arms against a criminal organization that wanted to use it for its own selfish purposes. This episode was also about closure between the former hired gun and another from his past.
The title of the fifth episode of the “Book of Boba Fett” said it all; the Mandalorian returned to grace the screens of Disney +. The episode was basically the first episode of “The Mandalorian” Season Three and we see the bounty hunter without his Force-wielding companion, Grogu since he had left him in the custody of Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker.
“The Tribes of Tatooine,” the second episode of “The Book of Boba Fett,” was a carefully written letter to the Star Wars fans.
In the fourth episode “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,”our heroic misfits are still on the run from the newly Galactic Empire. Low on credits, fuel and food, the Batch decides to go to the planet Pantora. In addition, Tech comes up with a brilliant idea to scramble their ship’s flight signature so that they could go to any planet undetected from the eyes of the Empire. However, little do the rogue clones know, bounty hunter Fennec Shand is right on their tail.
With the third episode “The Replacements,” the “Clone Wars” spin-off “The Bad Batch” continues to show the slow but gradual transition of the era of the Galactic Republic to the era of the tyrannical Galactic Empire.
“Cut and Run,” the second episode of the “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” reveals that J-19 is the planet Saleucami and the guy that the Batch knew is none other than fellow Clone trooper, Cut Lawquane.
May the Fourth Be With You! In celebration of May the Fourth, we are going to look towards the future of Star Wars. There is so much for Star Wars fans to be excited for from live-action shows like “Obi-Wan Kenobi” to “Andor” to animated fare like “Star Wars: Visions” and “The Bad Batch,” which premiered today.