Disney’s desecration of the Star Wars’ brand knows no bounds, but I would be a cursed fool to lay waste with words the second trailer of the Disney+ series, The Mandalorian. The series, by all accounts, looks fantastic based on the two trailers that they’ve revealed so far.
There’s a sense of scope to the adventure and an air loneliness to the portrayal of The Mandolarian by Pedro Pascal, who appears to command an otherworldly presence on the screen as the fearsome bounty hunter from an endangered clan.
It’s bittersweet because the trailer invokes the kind of awe and intrigue that we used to have when viewing and thinking about Star Wars material, back when George Lucas knew what he was doing and Disney was still trying to find a way to corrupt a generation’s youth through hand-animated feature films.
It’s such a shame that the series arrives at a time when the community is fractured due to the propaganda being peddled by Disney’s artisans of agitprop. Even still, you can check out the second trailer below via TV Promos, which does just enough to lure you in and not enough to push you away… basically the complete opposite of Rise of Skywalker.
It’s funny because this series is being built on the kind of hype that Disney probably wishes they had for Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker.
The third and final film in this new trilogy has about all the excitement going for it that NFL fans had when they heard that Vince McMahon was reviving the XFL.
I’m pretty sure you could find more people excited about Australian police using a LIDAR on a family of tumbleweeds than the upcoming Rise of Skywalker. Yet Disney is moving forward with the promotion of the film just like they did with Captain Marvel, leading many people to suspect that they could be pulling a ticket scam on the upcoming film just like they did with Captain Marvel.
Of course, just because the trailer for The Mandalorian looks good and the series seems like it captures the heart of Star Wars, the show will probably be quite pozzed. Why? Well, Disney went out of its way to collect a “diverse” smorgasbord of directors for each episode.
What this means is that you can likely expect some kind of forced alphabet soup stew in there somewhere, some kind of anti-white reference(s), and typical female “empowerment” to hammer home the feminist propaganda that appears in just about every other Disney property.
It’s such a shame because had Disney not been attached to this project, The Mandalorian looks like it would be a good show for men.
The Mandalorian is set to debut on the Disney+ streaming service starting November 12th.