The Book of Boba Fett Series Review – Chapter 2: The Tribes of Tatooine

This one felt far more compelling to me than the first one. I saw a fair few people getting angry online because some were less than satisfied with the slow start of the first episode. Which shouldn’t surprise me too much, getting up in arms because people don’t share your opinion on a piece of popular media is the new norm these days. 

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The Book of Boba Fett: Series Review – Chapter 1: Stranger in a Strange Land

I’m one of those people who grew up loving Boba Fett, and subsequently Jango Fett after that… I was 13, give me a break. There was just something so enigmatic and cool about this armoured up bounty hunter whose face you never saw and who hardly spoke a word. I’m not the only one who felt that way considering the legacy that was born from the character after the original trilogy.

A legacy that led to his presence in the second season of The Mandalorian and this series to follow it.

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Star Wars Visions Reviews – Episode 9: Akakiri

This episode felt like an odd choice to end the series on to me. While the previous two episodes I talked about felt like they had very Star Warsy messages and themes at their core, Akakiri is more of a mystical episode in a great many ways that approaches its story with a tone that feels neither especially Star Wars Inspired nor Japanese inspired as far as I can tell.

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