An old contact extends an invitation for the Mandalorian to make peace with his enemies.
SciFiPulseThis is an all-action issue that sets things up for what will be an even more action-filled finale, which will be released in February. We get a few nice bits of art that put a slightly different visual twist on things from what we saw in the series. I particularly liked the final panel in which we see Kuiil laid out on the floor having fallen off his mount. Overall. A solid outing that has me excited to see what this creative team does with the final issue.
ComicBook.comThe book continues to authentically bring the core beats of Season 1 of The Mandalorian to life, despite not adding much from a narrative perspective, but the diversity of events that unfold in this chapter higlight the talents of the artistic team.
SWNN - Star Wars News NetOverall, if you love Star Wars comics and the artistry behind them, give this series a go — at the very least, you can look at a great story from a different angle. Or it may be something to read if you’ve watched the show a thousand times and are scraping the bottom of the Mandalorian barrel for new content before season 3 comes out. Personally, I’d prefer the 1001st rewatch.