The Mandalorian Season 1 Review: It Ended On One Hell Of A High Note For Me!

I don’t know about you, but the whole season of The Mandalorian really sparked my interest for Star Wars lore.

I’ve already expressed my thoughts on The Mandalorian in a blog called “What Makes The Mandalorian & Baby Yoda So Good Thus Far?” and I think I was 5 episode in at that point. Nothing much has changed since I wrote that piece so I’ll be expanding upon that notion in this blog. Please feel free to go to that blog and read what I thought about the Mandalorian at that time.

Honestly, I was very impressed with the overall season 1 of the Mandalorian. The series did a phenomenal job of balancing humor and tension, never allowing one to outweigh the other. As someone relevantly new to the Star Wars world, I will admit that, when the Dark Saber came on screen, I didn’t understand the significance of that blade. All I thought about that scene was “oh shit, what is that blade and why does it look so cool”! After the episode, I went and did some research and upon learning about the Dark Saber history, the significance of its origins and how it ties in to the Mandalorian, I was even more hyped.

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On top of that, now we’re going to be learning a lot more about Baby Yoda’s people which has peaked my interest even more. We got a greater understanding of what drives Mando forward and how much the Mandalorian means to him. And with the introduction of Moff Gideon wielding the legendary saber, it means it’s time for me to go watch the Clone Wars to learn more as I finally have a genuine reason to watch that animated series.

However, there is one thing that has bugged me a bit through out the season. Mando was raised by the Mandalorians during the times of the Republic, so you’d think the topic of the Force and Jedis would have creeped up a few times. Maybe the Mandalorians opted not to tell him, which in my opinion doesn’t make any sense. Hopefully tell explain why there was such a huge gap in knowledge about the force. Either way, the premises for season 2 has been set and I can’t wait to see how that adventure will unfold.

Let me know what you thought of the season of Mandalorian.

2 Replies to “The Mandalorian Season 1 Review: It Ended On One Hell Of A High Note For Me!”

  1. I loved this show. Some fans focus on episodes being filler but I don’t think any were. They all progressed the story, but probably not in the way they wanted. Anyway, I got this list of Clone Wars and Rebels episodes you should watch about Mandalornians from a Star Wars forum. Hope it helps.

    “The Mandalore Plot” – CW – Season 2
    “A Friend in Need” – CW – Season 4
    “Eminence” – CW Season 5
    “Shades of Reason” – CW Season 5
    “The Lawless” – CW Season 5
    “Steps Into Shadow: Part 2” – Rebels – Season 3
    “Trials of the Darksaber” – Rebels – Season 3
    “Legacy of Mandalore” – Rebels – Season 3

    1. Thanks a lot of the list! I’ll keep an eye on these episode as I watch the Clones wars! And yeah, I don’t think any of the episode were filler either.

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