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[Review] Poe Dameron Vol.3 : Legend Lost

Poe Dameron volume 3 includes issue 7 and issues from 14 to 19. Issue 7 wasn’t related to the previous volume hence why it was put there as it connected to the storyline from this volume with one character – Suralinda Javos. She was a friend of Poe, I really liked this character – a journalist who joined the Resistance as she realized what the Resistance meant and how cruel the First Order was. Having a journalist part of the Resistance was an interesting situation. What I didn’t like about Javos was that her species was the copy of the Navi from Avatar, it was a lame design.

Issue 7 introduced us to Javos but also to a new planet and new ships. It was a fun issue and set things up for the rest of volume 3. Even with L’ulo gone, his presence was important in this volume, it was about the consequences of his death and trying to get justice for what happened to him. I loved the funeral sequence, it was an emotional goodbye to the character but also a beautiful scene. The colors, the art, it was almost perfect, I can’t speak enough of this. Another highlight of this volume was the scene when Leia said “probably sooner that we’d like I’ll be luminous.” I think this scene was even more emotional now that Carrie Fisher is dead. I couldn’t hold the tears reading this and the way Leia said it with that little smile, it was just spot on and totally something old Leia would say. The art in this volume was amazing and in all the Leia scene the artist really got Carrie Fisher’s facial expressions right and Poe as well. Speaking of Leia, she had a bigger role this time so I was obviously happy about it! Admiral Statura even had a cameo appearance!

As before with this comic series, there were diverse alien species from the different Star Wars eras, which was nice! We were also introduced to a new species and their planet. This series is great at expanding the galaxy but also showing things we already know. That’s one of its many strengths (its main strength being it’s about Poe Dameron, the best pilot of the Resistance!)

Malarus who was introduced at the end of the previous volume got a much bigger role there. She was a fearful villain at least in the way she acted and her presence but she didn’t seem to be very efficient at stopping Poe even with the help of the now brainless Terex. I honestly thought he would die but he got a fate worse than death, Phasma was really cruel with him!

Oddy Muva made his return but also his goodbye. He died a hero and I think it was a good end for him, after being a traitor he redeemed himself.

8/10 A compelling story, great characters and amazing visuals!


[Review] Star Wars Captain Phasma

After getting her novel, Captain Phasma got her own miniseries comic book taking place just after she’s been thrown in the garbage trash in The Force Awakens. However unlike the amazing novel giving us her backstory, this comic was a bit of a letdown. The comics was trying to follow the spirit of the novel but tried to much to copy it. The set up was similar to Phasma’s origin planet except there was a lot of water and some strange creatures and the people on this planet had the same story as Phasma’s people from her planet. So it turned out a bit repetitive and we didn’t learn anything new about the character. It was just very predictable. It was showing us what the novel already showed us – that Phasma was ready to do absolutely anything to keep her secrets buried with her so when she killed the First Order pilot it was obvious it would happen and same for the First Order officer. There were some high stakes for Phasma but knowing she was in The Last Jedi and still working for the First Order, there was nothing to fear for her.

So yes, I don’t have much good to say about this comic at least for the story. The good thing it did was that the writers did manage to capture the essence of the character who Phasma was exactly like in the novel. The other good point in this comic was the visuals. It had some really striking art and great colors.

5/10 I give it a 5 for the art and because it was Phasma but apart from that, it wasn’t a comic that was needed.

The Last Jedi Spoiler Free Review

The Last Jedi was released yesterday in France and without surprise it was the best opening of 2017 there with 13 190 tickets sold in Paris!

I saw it two times yesterday. I wanted to think a little bit about it before writing my review to have my mind clear from the hype and really think about the movie itself and see my reaction afterward compared to my first reaction to it. And I can definitely say The Last Jedi was an amazing movie and I rank it among my top four favorite Star Wars movies, not at the first place (which is held by Revenge of the Sith) but somewhere between second and fourth, I’m quite sure yet. One thing I know is I was mind-blown by this movie and all its surprises. Even on my second viewing I was still impressed by all its twists and turns and still surprised by all of it! The Force Awakens was relying a lot on nostalgia while this one was all about going to unexplored places and going deeper into the characters. Rian Johnson took a lot of risks on a narrative level and for me it paid off because it’s exactly what I wanted that the movie goes into unknown grounds. I don’t necessarily agree with all the choices made but I love that Johnson took these risks because I love the unexpected. To quote Luke “This is not going to go the way you think” and The Last Jedi was exactly that. I won’t say much about it as I don’t want to spoil the movie for the people who haven’t seen it yet. This movie is best experienced if you don’t know anything about it when seeing it for the first time.

About the characters, we are introduced to some new ones like Vice Admiral Holdo, DJ and Rose. Holdo and DJ were the two characters I was looking forward to see the most on screen and I wasn’t disappointed, I loved them! Benicio Del Toro was perfectly suited for this role, it was nice to see a shady character like DJ and though I feel like some are going to him, I loved this character! Holdo, I loved her as well, Laura Dern was ravishing and wonderful. In terms of costume, Holdo was reminiscent of the Prequels/senator look while being a military/strategist. I liked that secretive side of this character and how in the end we saw who she really was, it was beautiful! Seeing Holdo’s action, you could really tell Leia was her mentor. Now about Rose, if I’m being honest I wasn’t interested in her character before seeing the movie but I was so wrong, I loved Rose she was an amazing character and I think she was a symbol of what it means to resist against tyranny, she had such a great heart and I really can’t wait to see more of her in Episode IX. Kelly Marie Tran is the new breakout star from this movie!

For the characters introduced in The Force Awakens, they all got to be developed and Rian Johnson went further in the storylines. Rey, Kylo Ren, Finn, Poe Dameron got to be tested in the hardest way. All were put in desperate situations and it was great to see how they got through them. Adam Driver had some of the best acting in the movie, it wasn’t an easy task what he had to do, there was a lot of emotions in his character much like Anakin Skywalker in the Prequels and how Hayden Christensen perfectly nailed it. I do believe Driver deserves an Oscar for his performance on The Last Jedi because it was outstanding! Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac too delivered amazing performances but Driver’s was the one with more layers. I obviously can’t say too much about the characters as it would be spoilers. But I’d say this – you are going to be surprised! Maz Kanata even made a small cameo in the movie.

Phasma and Hux were maybe where I was disappointed, at least especially for Phasma. We got an awesome novel and comics about her and were teased that she’d have a bigger role in the movie but it turned out she was there for ten minutes (maybe even less). So yes, she had a bigger role than in The Force Awakens but she was so background, she did get to fight but she didn’t do a lot of things. It was a character with great potential that was wasted in my opinion. And when it comes to Hux, he appeared as fanatic in The Force Awakens but in The Last Jedi he was a joke.

Fans wanted to know more about Snoke, well the movie provided more screen time for the character. It didn’t answer some of the fans questions but it did show how powerful was Snoke and there was many parallels to be made with Darth Sidious, their arrogance are through the roof. Although, Snoke was not a Sith, he was very powerful with the Dark Side of the Force and we saw him do some pretty badass things. Andy Serkis did once again a great job with motion capture! Speaking of Snoke, we got to see his Praetorian Guards and unlike the Royal Imperial Guards, we saw these guys fight. There was one scene in the movie where they all get to fight and it was quite explosive. The Praetorian Guards were quite impressive, I’d say it was as badass as it gets.

Now to finish with the characters – Luke and Leia. When I was a kid, I wasn’t a fan of Luke, I was all about Han and Leia when it came to the heroes in the Original Trilogy (in the Prequels I loved everyone) so despite being very happy to get to see Luke again on the big screen, I didn’t have much expectations about him. I think it helped because I loved him in The Last Jedi, he was so different from the Original Trilogy, it was like discovering this character again. If you expect to see Luke like he was before, you’ll be disappointed. In this movie, he was not like Rey had expected, he was not the legend she wanted him to be, he was different. But there was a very good reason to it. Why he went to Ahch-To and cut himself from the galaxy? Well, it was all answered and I think Rian Johnson found the best possible answer to that question. Even there, he got some huge character development that I can’t really talk about because – spoilers and that was a crucial part of the movie. Mark Hamill was phenomenal, simply phenomenal!

Leia, oh Leia, it was difficult for me seeing Carrie Fisher on screen knowing it was the very last time we are seeing her in this role. I couldn’t hold the tears, it was so emotional seeing her one last time. Carrie may be gone, but she’ll forever be in our hearts and this movie was the best tribute they could have made to her. Carrie gave us one last performance as Leia and this final performance was magnificent.

Having talked about the characters, I want to say a few things about the story. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. There was never a dull moment, there was always something happening with surprises and twists and turns. Even the part on Canto Bight that I thought would be boring wasn’t at all. It was quite entertaining but also had two scenes that I want to mention without going too much into details. These two scenes, you’ll know them when you see the movie were a refection of the behind the scenes of war, of all wars and the sad truth about it. I think it was important to talk about this aspect of war, it added some depth and reminded me of some episodes from The Clone Wars. During the Canto Bight sequence, be careful Leftovers fans, Justin Theroux makes a cameo! To go back to war, it was an essential theme of this movie and you could feel the cost of it through the characters’s state of mind and also the tone used, the oppressive/desperate atmosphere in many scenes. Overall, The Last Jedi had a dark tone on the level of Rogue One and Revenge of the Sith. It also managed to have some nice humorous moments that lightened the situation a little bit, which I think was a good thing. Throughout the movie, our heroes got separated to be brought all together for a final explosive act. This way, I thought it let each of the characters to have their own adventure and it was a great way to go deeper and develop each of them. I’d say the movie probably had four big acts, at least that was my impression. With 2h30min, so many things happened!

The final thing I want to talk about are the visuals. Visually, The Last Jedi was a blessing. It gave some never seen before visuals in a Star Wars, Johnson brought his own style and vision that not only took the story to unexplored grounds but also took the visuals to something new. Johnson’s visual aesthetic brought something fresh to Star Wars while also being faithful to the visual style of the saga. There were several shots that were totally breathtaking!

Overall The Last Jedi was a real blast! It was unexpected, full of twists and turns, it kept me on the edge of my seat. Rian Johnson took risks, he made some bold choices and it really paid off. He gave us a mind-blowing story! He took Star Wars to some unexplored places. It felt fresh and new. And the cast was phenomenal! This movie is a success

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[Review] Star Wars Rebels: “Kindred” & “Crawler Commanders”

It’s Monday, which means it’s Star Wars Rebels day! Disney X.D. is airing tonight at 9PM two more episodes – “Kindred” was written by Dave Filoni and Henry Gilroy, “Crawler Commanders” by Matt Michnovetz.


These two new episodes basically acted as a direct follow-up to last week’s episodes and I loved it, these episodes felt a lot more connected, it felt like a bigger story arc. Rebels isn’t just doing one story – one episode or one story two episodes, it’s just one big story now. Of course, each episode has a self-contained story but it’s a story that is deeply connected to the following episode, the show turned into serials, it’s no longer an episodic style. Considering, the story they are telling, that was the best choice!

“Kindred” featured the first appearance of Rukh on the show, Thrawn’s assassin voiced by Warwick Davis. Not being a fan of Legends, I don’t know how he was portrayed there but in Rebels, it was rather good. It felt like Rukh was a highly skilled hunter, a predator. I’m interested to see what they’re going to do with the character and if we’re going to see him again.

The two highlights of the episode were the Kanan and Hera kiss and the loth-wolves. So let’s talk about that HUGE Kanera moment, I had stopped hoping for it and it finally happened, yes they kissed! There was a first attempt that was interrupted, another one and finally Hera kissed him. This episode has heavy in Kanera feels. However, after the kiss, Kanan and Hera got separated as she left with the U-Wing to bring the data of the Tie Defender to Rebel Command on Yavin. I’m not trying to feel pessimistic or anything but it felt like a goodbye kiss, we have yet to see what will happen next week but I have a bad feeling about it. When something like that happens in other tv shows, there’s a death coming not long after, so who knows.

Now about the loth-wolves. We learned a lot more about them but it brought a lot of questions as well. The loth-wolves have a deep connection to the Force and to Lothal and Kanan felt like they had a purpose but the question is – what is their purpose? The white wolf repeated once again the word “Dume,” which is Kanan’s name but there again, it doesn’t help to answer our questions and keeps bringing more questions. Why Kanan? We will have to be a bit more patient for answers but this episode, especially with the loth-wolves part was breathtaking in terms of Force content. The wolves reminded me a lot of the Daughter-Father-Son from the Mortis arc of The Clone Wars, in fact this episode reminded a lot of that. One last thing about this was the place the wolves took the rebels to. It felt like these structures were from an ancient time like the Jedi temple on Lothal, like if all of this was somehow connected. Lothal is important and probably not just for our heroes but for the Force as well.

“Crawler Commanders” was a different episode. It focused on the rebel team on Lothal trying to contact Hera while on Yavin Hera was trying to convince Bail, Mon and Dodonna to launch a group of starfighters to attack Lothal and destroy the Tie Defenders. I want to thank Michnovetz for Hera’s speech in this episode because it was truly amazing!

We will not stand down, we will not be broken by fear, we are strong, united by our courage, now is our time!

That speech was so inspiring and powerful. It was enough to convince rebel command to launch that strike team. And considering the name of next week’s episode “Rebel Assault,” things are going to get explosive when Hera arrives with her X-Wing squadron! I really love all the sequences with Hera, Mon, Bail and Dodonna, I want more of this!

The part on Lothal was compelling too and I was happy to see Cikatro Vizago again! He was a prisoner forcing to work on a crawler ship. The crawler ship were destroying Lothal by taking its resources. That ship had a nice design, reminiscent of The Clone Wars. The highlight definitely had to be Zeb fighting the Trandoshan, it was badass! Among all, the fun in that part of the episode, there was a dark scene when Ezra lead the captain of the ship to his death, while he could have saved him and just capture him instead. After “Twin Suns,” Ezra headed back to the right path but it seems there’s still some darkness in him and he’s still ready to kill people like that. It was a short scene but I think what happened there was important enough to mention it.

8.5/10 Two more amazing episodes with “Kindred” having some great Force content with the Loth-wolves!

[Review] Star Wars Rebels: “The Occupation” & “Flight Of The Defender”

“The Occupation” and “Flight Of The Defender” are already available on the DisneyNOW app and they will air tonight on Disney X.D. at 9PM ET/PT.


These two episodes work as a two-part story arc taking place on Lothal and the planet has changed a lot since we last saw it. It was on complete lock down and it was complete burnt. The Empire has fully taken control of the planet, it feels like another Jedha situation and speaking of this, we got to see the Combat Assault Tank from Rogue One! I liked how everything has changed, it showed what the Empire is capable of and its power of destruction. I think it’s going to get worse in the upcoming episodes, at least before it gets better for Ryder and his rebels.

“The Occupation” was the Ghost crew infiltrating Lothal, trying to contact Ryder. However, as usual, things didn’t go as planned and they were hunted by the Empire. In the end they escaped with Ryder. “Flight Of The Defender” had its focus on discovering more about the new version of Tie Defender. It was two very interesting episodes. The two episodes reflected the oppression of the Empire on the planet, you could feel the danger, the tension coming from every way.

These two episodes brought back characters from season 1 – Jai Kell from “Breaking Ranks” and Baron Valen Rudor from “Empire Day.” Jai got older with a brand new look that suited him. He helped Ezra and the Ghost crew to escape the stormtroopers in “The Occupation.” He got a nice development from being an Imperial cadet to now standing up against the Empire and I do hope we will see him again in the upcoming episodes. As for Baron Valen Rudor, he was owner of Old Jho’s bar (Old Jho was executed for working with the rebels off screen) and he got some nice new costume. It was a civilian costume that really felt like only someone from the Empire would wear. It also brought Cikatro Vizago as well, he was the one who took the Ghost crew on Lothal, whether he managed to escape the stormtroopers or not, wasn’t quite clear. The first episode was very much about revisiting a lot of places from previous seasons and seeing how it had changed, what the Empire had done to it. What you thought was filler episodes are not filler anymore, everything is being connected in this final season and “The Occupation” was the proof of it.

In “The Occupation,” the entire Ghost crew got new outfits for their undercover mission, even if it didn’t work, it was nice seeing the characters wearing something different. Sabine got a brand new look – new hair color (but also longer hair) and new paints on her armor and I think it might be my new favorite look of this character!

Fans will be happy to learn we got a Kanera moment, it was sweet and beautiful. They almost kissed but as always something interrupted them. However, this scene was a lot more intimate than the previous ones, the characters were much more open with each other and the moment Hera said “you could always see me” was quite poignant. They love each other, there’s no doubt of it but I think that now and probably in the upcoming episodes, they will say what they feel about each other.

Ezra and Sabine were the center of “Flight Of The Defender.” They got to steal the new prototype of the Tie Defender and had to escape the Empire. The most captivating part of the episode was the first appearance of the Loth-wolf. It brought so many questions like could other people see him? What did he/she want? Who was he/she? Ezra explained Loth-wolves were legends and hadn’t been seen on Lothal for a long time but suddenly one came back, that’s no coincidence! But the why is still unclear. However, this Loth-wolf had some kind of power, he made Sabine sleep so that she wouldn’t see him and he just simply disappeared before the rest of the Ghost crew could see him. To me, it felt like he was protecting them but he didn’t want them to see him except Ezra and that begs the question of what is Ezra’s place in all of this? Let’s not forget, his name is BRIDGER, and Star Wars names always have a meaning and the answer could be with this Loth-Wolf. It’s going to be exciting to see what happens in the next episodes, anyway, I just can’t wait!

9/10 Amazing, intense, action-packed episodes!

[Review] Star Wars Rebels: “In The Name Of The Rebellion Part 1 & 2”

Tonight, there’s two new episodes of Star Wars Rebels on Disney X.D. at 9 PM, no more multiple airing during the day!


“In The Name of The Rebellion” has plenty of Rogue One references and it’s as good as it gets, even Director Krennic is mentioned! You can feel in these episodes how close we are from the events of Scarif. There’s a lot of firsts in these episodes like it’s the first time we see U-Wings on the show, same for the Rebel base on Yavin 4 and Death Trooper Specialist (season 3 only featured the basic Death Troopers) (also this Specialist was a woman, which was nice to see even if she had her helmet all the time as Death Troopers are enhanced troopers so I’m not quite sure if you remove the mask there’s much left of the person), Edrio Two Tubes (who didn’t have any lines in Rogue One, it was his brother Benthic who had all the lines), the Imperial Tyderium shuttles, Kallus new rebel look … The show also introduced a new model for an Imperial Officer, diversifying their faces of officers. The season premiere was closing the Mandalorians storyline in the show but these new episodes were really about opening the storylines about the Rebellion for this season.

Mon Mothma had a significant role in the first episode and I think the two scenes she had where beyond amazing. First her confronting Saw Gerrera was quite poignant because you could see how great a leader she was and that she wanted to do things the right way. Her other scene with Ezra was also a powerful one and showing us that what happened in the season 3 finale had repercussions in the Rebellion. Bail Organa and General Dodonna also made small cameos in the episode during the rebel meeting.

The first episode mostly focused on the Ghost crew trying to get into an Imperial outpost but it all went wrong when Brom Titus showed up. However, Saw Gerrera saved Sabine, Ezra and Chopper and blew up that outpost along with Brom’s cruiser, so could it mean that this annoying imperial officer is finally dead? Titus had two Tie Defenders, this meant that Thrawn’s project is getting ready and being deployed within the Imperial fleet. Saw had his own U-Wing and I liked that it had black paint apps like the X-Wings of his Partisans in Rogue One. And this leads us to the second episode which focused on Saw, Ezra, Sabine and Chopper infiltrating an Imperial cargo ship.

Let’s talk about Saw Gerrera. This episode set things up for his character. He acted much more like he was in Rogue One, even his look was closer to his look from the movie, only the breathing mask was missing. He was already obsessed with this Imperial weapon that he knew was being built. But he didn’t know it was the Death Star, not until RO. One of the prisoners even mentioned the Jedha system and it got Saw thinking about it, this suggested that after that episode, he probably went there and that’s when he and his Partisans start their fight on the planet, stealing the Kyber crystals. Speaking of Kyber crystals, it was what the Imperials were carrying in the cargo. It was really a pivotal episode for Saw because it was when he learned everything that brings him to where he is in Rogue One! And despite being extreme, he was right believing there was a weapon while the Rebellion didn’t want to believe that.

I’d say that as usual with Star Wars animation when you see a Kyber crystal that big, you can only expect one thing – it will blow up! That’s exactly what happened in this episode as Saw couldn’t let the Empire have it.

8/10 Overall, it was two action-packed episodes really focusing on the Rebellion and also pivotal to Saw Gerrera’s story arc.

[Review] Star Wars Rebels: “Heroes Of Mandalore Part 1 & 2”

Today is the day, Star Wars Rebels returns on Disney X.D. You can watch the season premiere on the Disney X.D. app or catch it during its multiple airtime – 12:30 a.m., 3 a.m., 7:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m., and 9 p.m.


“Heroes Of Mandalore Part 1 & 2” continued the story arc started in season 3 with the Mandalorian civil war. This time we were taken back to Mandalore! The last time we saw the planet was during the fifth season of The Clone Wars. This season premiere also marked the first appearance of Bo-Katan on Rebels with Katee Sackhoff reprising her role. Obviously having this character and this planet brought a lot of feels from The Clone Wars and it gave us more details about the untold story arc “The Siege of Mandalore.” We learned that Bo-Katan was named regent of Mandalore by the Jedi before the end of the war. However, after the clone wars ended, Bo-Katan was betrayed by the clan Saxon who was loyal to the Empire. So when we saw her in these two episodes, she was different, she was just the leader of Clan Kryze and not of Mandalore. The death of her sister Satine during the clone wars affected her and it’s without surprise we got several mentions of her, which made me teary, Satine’s death is still painful, she was one of my favorite characters in TCW. What I really loved about Bo-Katan in the season premiere was she honored her sister throughout the episode.

With just two episodes, Bo got some nice character development. At the beginning, she thought that she wasn’t worthy to rule Mandalore because she wasn’t her sister but in the end, she becomes the leader of the free Mandalorians “for her sister, for Mandalore” as she claims in her speech. I think it just proves how talented the writing team of Star Wars Rebels are. They were able to really explore the character with just forty four minutes and yet it didn’t feel rushed, it felt like a natural progression. I think it’s also worth mentioning – Bo-Katan is still as badass as she used to be and she makes a great team with Sabine!

Now about Sabine and Clan Wren, the family is finally together again! The first part was focused on rescuing Sabine’s father and the mission turned out to be a success! But at my surprise, Sabine’s father wasn’t exactly the typical Mandalorian, he was an artist and not a warrior and thus it explained how Sabine got that taste for art, it came from both her parents. Tristan and Ursa were in these two episodes, they got a lot of fighting scenes in the first half of the season premiere and in the second half it was just Tristan who fought as Ursa was wounded. They mostly remained secondary characters in this story arc, all the focused as put on Sabine and Bo-Katan as it was about how Bo-Katan became the leader of the free Mandalorians.

About Sabine, if you remember her emotional scenes in “Trials Of The Darksaber” last season, it got even more emotional in “Heroes of Mandalore.” We actually saw the weapon she created being used against her people and that was heartbreaking for her, especially as she first thought her brother and mother dead, turned out they were able to survive the attack. Nevertheless, it left a mark on her, it was her fault because she created that weapon and so she made it her responsibility to destroy it. It awakened something dark in her, when she destroyed her weapon, she almost killed Governor Saxon but thanks to Bo-Katan she stopped before killing him with the weapon. However, considering the cruiser blew up, it is possible he died but not in her hands. This moment showed Bo-Katan had what it takes to be a leader. She could have let Sabine use the weapon but she didn’t because it was wrong – it was the Empire way, not the Mandalorian way. You can really see how Sabine’s character development from season 1 to season 4. She grew up so much. When the show started she was just kid but she became an adult, she stopped hiding from her family, she took responsibility for what she had done and she tried to fix it. She really became a Mandalorian and embraced who she was. It was such a beautiful story arc and so now I’m looking forward to see what’s next for her character!

Sabine’s weapon was a bit strange in my opinion, at least at first. It was made to target Mandarian armors and was destroying them without hurting the Stormtroopers. I thought how can a weapon destroy the armors of some people but not others and then I suppose that these armors are made of entirely different things thus that’s how it worked. I found it not really convincing but it didn’t bother me much as the two episodes were a strong start to the season. However, my main complain about the episode was once again we got to see a planet from The Clone Wars but because of Rebels budget, we didn’t see much of it. The action in this episode took place outside the capital and in an Imperial Star Destroyer. It was understandable like I said it was a budget issue but it didn’t make it less frustrating to see a planet but just stay on the plains and not really go elsewhere.

“Heroes Of Mandalore Part 1 & 2” were some of the most action-packed episodes in Star Wars Rebels! It says a lot about them! It set up things for future storylines on Mandalore. With Bo-Katan having united the different Clans, she has now an army to face the Empire and maybe throw them out of the planet. I think the use of comics would be a smart choice to tell what happens next for the Mandalorians or even use the DC Comics model – doing animated movies. This arc didn’t conclude things, it only opened up the possibilities for future story lines. What it concluded though was Sabine’s mission to find someone worthy to lead Mandalore and it also concluded her past by destroying the weapon she had created.

7.5/10 A strong start to the season with two action-packed episodes!