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New Images From The Art of The Mandalorian (Season 2) and More From This Week in Star Wars

Discussion in 'SWNN News Feed' started by SWNN Probe, Jan 14, 2022.

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    'This Week in Star Wars' returned to the Star Wars YouTube Channel after a holiday break, and the episode showcased some gorgeous new images from The Art of The Mandalorian (Season 2), a highly anticipated upcoming release.



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    Show host Kristin Baver talked about the recent announcement of The High Republic Phase 2, which is taking the story 150 years in the past to expand upon the era and its characters, including the tale of a young Porter Engle. The show also covered a new initiative, “Build the Future” powered by Star Wars: Force for Change, as well as the return of the 'Let's Draw Star Wars' video series for kids, where they will learn how to draw Boba Fett while also learning some more about him. You can watch the video below, at the end of the article.



    Baver also talked about the two first chapters of The Book of Boba Fett, supplemented by comments from Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen about their roles in the series. But, the cherries on top were the exclusive images of The Art of The Mandalorian which will arrive February 15.



    StarWars.com also released an interview with Phil Szostak, who revealed he wrote the book entirely at home:



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    He talked about going back to Tatooine and the creation of Mos Pelgo as some kind of Western-looking outpost:



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    When asked about the creation of the Krayt dragon, he said:



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    Ahsoka Tano, being a new character in live-action but a well-established one in animated series such as The Clone Wars and Rebels, was another great challenge for the art team:



    He talked about many other things featured in the book, including Luke's last-minute appearance, the general Star Wars aesthetic and designs (the references throughout our human history and the arts produced so far), and the creative process of the worlds and characters. One part that stood out was the different aesthetic aspects of the Star Wars eras:



    It probably means he's working on some new live-action or animation content for Star Wars. Let's cross our fingers and hope we can see it in the near future. You can check out the complete interview here.



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    Here is 'This Week in Star Wars' (January 13, 2022):



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPAxlUSI27g



    Fans are now able to pre-order their copy of The Art of The Mandalorian. Don't forget to follow us on all social media apps, as we'll be doing some raffles and you might get to win one.



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