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SciFiPulseThe 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.
ComicBook.comIn hopes of locating other Jedi to train Grogu, Din Djarin takes his companion to a sacred location, only to encounter Boba Fett, Fennec Shand, and a squad of stormtroopers. Luckily, Fett and Shand strike a bargain with Djarin, igniting an intense showdown against the former Imperials. This episode of the series was an action-packed experience that brought lots of delight to fans, thanks in no small part to seeing Boba Fett back in action for the first time in decades. This installment of the adaptation shows more than it tells, though it still manages to capture the explosive energy of the episode in an entirely fulfilling way. Given that the script and story for this Season 2 adaptation has been largely true to the source material, the most engaging elements of the book are the ways in which the visual action is replicated, with Steven Cummings' illustrations fully making good on those expectations. The action is frenzied, kinetic, and entirely satisfying.
SWNN - Star Wars News NetWhen there’s little exposition and dialogue to adapt, that’s where The Mandalorian comic adaptation is at its best. It allows the art to shine — the biggest difference between mediums. And penciller Steven Cummings’ drawings are fun to behold, giving the characters awesome moments and shots.