The Mandalorian

Din Djarin is a Mandalorian no more but what does that mean?


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. 


Who sent Fennec Shang to go after the Bad Batch’s Omega?


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. 

‘The Force Unleashed II’ shows a different side to Boba Fett


Star Wars fans have been excited about the return of Boba Fett during Season 2 of The Mandalorian. The bounty hunter and cloned son of Jango Fett (played by Tamuera Morrison) finally got his armor back. Now Boba is teaming up with the Mandakorian to reunite with his foundling, the Force-sensitive Grogu (aka Baby Yoda). In addition to his return, we also saw a different side of the great bounty hunter in the galaxy.