In Review: Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 (2023-) #7 (of 8) – THE BELIEVER!

The stage is set with BOBA FETT and FENNEC SHAND as MIGS MAYFELD returns!

Synopsis: THE BELIEVER! To move against THE EMPIRE, THE MANDALORIAN needs the help of an old enemy. The stage is set with BOBA FETT and FENNEC SHAND as MIGS MAYFELD returns!


The Story

Having seen the child get kidnapped by Moff Gideon’s people in the last issue. Mando, Boba Fett, Fennec Shand, and Cara Dune set on a mission to find the whereabouts of Moff Gideon. But to do so they need to spring Mig Mayfield from a New Republic Prison and proceed to an old imperial mining operation on Morak. To find where Moff Gideon is. The team needed Mayfield to input his details into an imperial comm panel, which happens to be located in the heart of the mining operation on Morak.


The Artwork

Georges Jeanty does a pretty solid job with the art in this issue. However, the drawing of Mayfield when seen from various angles is somewhat fun as he winds up looking rather piggy-eyed. Some of the best art in this issue is when we see Din Djarin and Mayfield’s mining transport get attacked by Pirates. We also get a great finale as we see the team make their daring escape from the mining facility.



Rodney Barnes continues to produce a faithful adaptation of the second season of Mandalorian, which led to some truly exciting revelations as well as the reintroduction of a more heroic Luke Skywalker in the post-Return of the Jedi universe. For me, this was one of the better season two episodes as it provided the story with a bit of a covert mission that allowed for lots of great character interactions.

The reproduction of this chapter is well done and the artwork does a fairly decent job of reproducing some of the episode’s more fun moments.

Overall. A really strong issue, which builds perfectly to next month’s issue, which will be the season two finale.

Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 (2023-) #7 (of 8) - THE BELIEVER!
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