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The Dadalorian – How The Mandalorian Changes Star Wars and our Society for Future Generations

As the first episode of The Mandalorian ends, the Mandalorian reaches a single finger towards the floating perambulator cradling the Child -...

Was Mandalore the Scottish Highlands of a Galaxy Far, Far Away?

One the events of Mandalore’s recent, painful past, The Great Purge, where the Empire killed and exiled many Mandalorians and took all of their Beskar, bears a resemblance to Scottish history and its turbulent relation with British rulers -- specifically, to the Battle of Culloden of 1746, the swansong of the ancestral Scottish clan structure.

Power of Myth & Symbolism: Violence in The Mandalorian

Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) and co-host Ty Black (@black_Tym and Wit & Folly on YouTube) in our Segment the Power...

The Future of Star Wars is Small (but in a Good Way!)

Diversifying Star Wars films, focusing on fun individual stories and inventive genre takes could reinvigorate audiences. Satisfy them repeatedly with smaller entries until they can’t help but get excited for a new, high-budget trilogy where anything is possible. That or a puppet-heavy Max Rebo musical biopic (I’m only half-joking.)

Eight Mandalorian Fan Fiction Recommendations

The Mandalorian returns to our small screens via Disney+ in about one week. Excitement for the second season kicked into high gear...

Meta Music: The Mandalorian Part 3 (Season 1 Ep 5-8)

Join Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) as we explore the Music of Star Wars in our segment Meta Music with Christy Carew (@Christy_Carew). We...

The Child™, The Myth, The Legend: Baby Yoda in Star Wars The Mandalorian

This article contains spoilers for Season 1 of The Mandalorian The Mandalorian was the first live-action Star Wars TV...

Star Wars: Mandalorian History 101

From finding their way after The Purge, facing their past with the Jedi, the inclusion of elements such as the Darksaber, and...

A Polynesian Fan’s Plea for More Boba Fett

“Jango Fett’s head flew free of his shoulders and fell out of his helmet, to settle in the dirt.”

The Influences of Mandalore

The Mandalorians are one of the most interesting cultures of the entire Star Wars, and they have surprising parallels with real world events. Let's take a look at their art and their art of war from this perspective.

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The Dadalorian – How The Mandalorian Changes Star Wars and our Society for Future Generations

As the first episode of The Mandalorian ends, the Mandalorian reaches a single finger towards the floating perambulator cradling the Child -...

Was Mandalore the Scottish Highlands of a Galaxy Far, Far Away?

One the events of Mandalore’s recent, painful past, The Great Purge, where the Empire killed and exiled many Mandalorians and took all of their Beskar, bears a resemblance to Scottish history and its turbulent relation with British rulers -- specifically, to the Battle of Culloden of 1746, the swansong of the ancestral Scottish clan structure.

Power of Myth & Symbolism: Violence in The Mandalorian

Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) and co-host Ty Black (@black_Tym and Wit & Folly on YouTube) in our Segment the Power...

Tale of the Nine-Tailed Deep Dive Chapters 5 & 6

What the Fiction will be covering Tale of the Nine-Tailed Covering Tale of the Nine-Tailed K Drama: A modern telling of the...
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