The brand new Star Wars animated sequence, The Dangerous Batch has revealed a deeper connection between Fennec Shand and Boba Fett.
Performed by Ming-Na Wen, Fennec Shand was initially appeared within the first season of The Mandalorian, seemingly as a one-off character after she was shot in left for useless. Her physique was found by a person whose face appeared off digital camera however was not seen for the remainder of the season. In season two, it was revealed that the character in query was Boba Fett and who saved her life and now served him. The 2 finally joined Din Djarin in his quest to avoid wasting Grogu from the Empire forces. Because it turned out although, the 2 have a historical past that predates this.
Within the newest episode of Star Wars: The Dangerous Batch, it was revealed that the character generally known as Omega was, in truth, one other clone of Jango Fett. Like Boba Fett, Omega was an unaltered clone of the bounty hunter and was for use as a supply of DNA for a clone military that would exchange Boba Fett. As a part of an inner energy battle on Kamino, Fennec Shand was employed to retrieve and defend Omega whereas one other bounty hunter was employed to kill and harvest her. It’s at the moment unknown if this historical past could have any influence on the upcoming present The Guide of Boba Fett.
What do you all make of this revelation? Are you stunned that Boba Fett and Fennec Shand have a deeper connection than what we noticed in The Mandalorian? Tell us what you assume within the feedback under!
Right here is the synopsis for Star Wars: The Dangerous Batch:
The sequence follows the elite and experimental clones of the Dangerous Batch (first launched in The Clone Wars) as they discover their method in a quickly altering galaxy within the quick aftermath of the Clone Warfare. Members of Dangerous Batch — a singular squad of clones who differ genetically from their brothers within the Clone Military — every possess a singular distinctive ability, which makes them terribly efficient troopers and a formidable crew. Within the post-Clone Warfare period, they’ll tackle daring mercenary missions as they battle to remain afloat and discover new objective.
Star Wars: The Dangerous Batch is government produced by Dave Filoni, Athena Portillo, Brad Rau, and Jennifer Corbett with Carrie Beck as co-executive producer and Josh Rimes as producer. Rau can also be serving as supervising director, with Corbett as head author. Dee Bradley Baker is behind the voices of Clone Power 99.
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