Star Wars: Rebels Revisited – Part 19: Jedi/Sith Docking Manoeuvre

Apparently, my new approach to blogging translated to me just not writing anymore. Honestly, I’m kind of feeling it. A byproduct to this new approach is my realisation that without this blog, I’m just not that driven to keep up with Star Wars Rebels on a weekly basis.

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Star Wars: Rebels Revisited – Part 18: Queue the Chiss Ascendency

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. When we left off the last time, Ahsoka has fought Darth Vader and finally accepted he and Anakin Skywalker were one and the same. It’s a fight a wounded Vader walked away from, although Ahsoka’s fate is left a little more ambiguous. Although, we know from her life action appearances that she’s fine.

Not only that, Maul has returned and been thrown back into the mix. Having a massive impact as soon as he showed his red and black face; wounding Kanan and permanently blinding him, as well as giving Ezra a taste of the dark side. With the second series ending on a very ominous note with Ezra seemingly activating the Sith holocron they recovered from the temple on Malachor.

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The Book of Boba Fett Series Finale Review – Chapter 7:  In the Name of Honor

What is there to say about The Book of Boba Fett. It’s a show that I feel universally had fans expecting something much different from it than it ended up being. And while now, in hindsight, the response to the series as a whole is pretty positive, I think that the series ended up being something of a false promise based on its name and premise. 

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