In Review: Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 (2023-) #6 (of 8) – THE TRAGEDY!

THE TRAGEDY! The MANDALORIAN and GROGU travel to an ancient site. Featuring the RETURN of BOBA FETT!
TRAGEDY

Synopsis: THE TRAGEDY! The MANDALORIAN and GROGU travel to an ancient site. Featuring the RETURN of BOBA FETT!

 

The Story

Following up on the last issue. Din Djarin and Grogu have made their way to Typhon where there is an old altar where Grogu can reach out to any Jedi that might be willing to take him on as their padwan. However, as they arrive they learn that they have been tracked by Boba Fett who wants his Armour back. After a brief standoff Din Djarin and Boba Fett see reason and soon become allies in protecting Grogu when some imperial troopers attack them, which appears to be a diversionary tactic so Moff Gideon can kidnap Grogu.

 

The Artwork

 Georges Jeanty does a great job of the art as he draws a lot of epic action beats. Seeing Boba Fett and Fennec Shand make their stand against the Storm Troopers was fantastic and the action beats were really well drawn. I also liked how well the altar where Grogu was reaching out was drawn. And I loved how well the force field was drawn. Particularly when it was pushing Din Djarin back each time he tried to scoop Grogu up and save him from danger. 

 

Overall

The Tragedy! was the 14th chapter of the series and one of the best episodes of the show. I think Rodney Barnes does a great job with the writing of this and manages to capture the friendship between Din Djarin and Grogu really well. I particularly enjoyed how well handled the conversation was between The Mandalorian and Grogu at the start of the issue as they are coming in to land on Tython. I also enjoyed the stand-off between Din Djarin and Bob Fett and its eventual resolution.

9.6
Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 (2023-) #6 (of 8) - THE TRAGEDY!
  • Covers
    9.3
  • Story
    9.8
  • Artwork
    9.7
  • Lettering
    9.4
  • Colours
    9.7

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