The Book of Boba Fett

While part of me wishes that the Star Wars universe and franchise ended with the original three movies, there is another part of me that is happy that we get to explore this universe in more detail. The second and third film trilogies were at best frustrating and at worst kind of sad, but it seems as if the made-for-TV Star Wars series have been overall a success. From the animated series to the Mandalorian and now The Book of Boba Fett, they have done a great job filling out some of the finer details that the two hours movies miss.

I won’t get into spoiler territory but let me say that we are exploring Tatooine in much more detail than I would ever dream of in The Book of Boba Fett, and I kinda love it.

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I’m Warren Wilansky, a middle-aged, lifelong Montréaler. I've been running a great little digital agency by the name of Plank for over 20 years.



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