The adventurous epics of the Mandalorian

A warrior’s hardships in bounty hunting.



Pedro Pascal stars as the titular character in the upcoming Disney+ series “The Mandalorian.”

By Kazi Maisha Rahman, Staff Writer

Across the nation, numerous fans of Star Wars come to gaze upon the first-ever Star Wars live-action series. The atmosphere of the series intends to capture intense action upon the arrival of the Mandalorian warrior.

Released on Nov. 12, The Mandalorian is scripted after the fall of the empire and before the emergence of the First Order. The series officially announces the arrival of a Mandalorian warrior, played by Pedro Pascal, in the far distance of the galaxy. 

Aired on Disney Plus, the series stars unfamiliar faces including Greef Karga and Cara 

Dune, played by Carl Weathers and Gina Carano. Jon Favreau, the show’s writer and executive producer shivers the audience with his exotic skills for the scenes of The Mandalorian.

The Mandalorian are a race of warriors that were previously featured in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The plot of the story follows the Mandalorian warrior, a lone gunfighter who operates in a distant galaxy outside the New Republic’s reach. The New Republic is a restoration of the Galactic Republic, a democratic state that had governed for thousands of years before its recognition by Palpatine. 

Many fans are excited to meet the new cast and explore a new setting that the show presents. Mr. Gregory Achen, the A-G counselor, and a major Star Wars fanatic said, “I am so excited, I love it. I appreciate how in the film the saga expands for decades. It seems as if it is a story that has been passed down for generations and the trailer really captures the idea. As for the further events that will lead in the series, I am hoping that it ties the three trilogies in the movie together that makes sense and tells one long narrative and brings it to a close satisfyingly.”