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Review by C.J. Bunce

Star Wars in pictures.  It’s something fans of the franchise have gotten excited about now for 43 years running.  From the first publication of Ralph McQuarrie’s earliest concept art, fans want more.  So it makes sense we’re going to see three books are concept artwork this year for the first season of The Mandalorian, the best thing to happen to Star Wars since the original trilogy (OK, and one or two “Star Wars story” movies).  The first of these behind the scenes books is Titan Magazines’ The Mandalorian: The Art & Imagery, just released in three versions, one via newsstands, one via comic shops, and a hardcover version you can pick up here at Amazon and brick and mortar bookstores.

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Such a large bounty for such a small package.

Topps has released the first trading card set in its more than 40-year run of Star Wars trading cards exclusively devoted to a single character.  And who would that be?  Everyone’s favorite Yoda mini-me lookalike, The Child, who the world has branded Baby Yoda.  Unlike many of the Star Wars series Topps has created over the years, this will be easy for everyone to get the complete base set, as it sells in a single box.  The Mandalorian: Journey of the Child Trading Cards follows the adventures of The Child as viewers of the Disney+ TV series (and anyone with the Internet) saw, but now you’ll have the best key framed images from season one.  You can pick up the set now for about $11 here at Amazon. 

A man of your skill should make short work of this.

Plus, there are variant cards for collectors outside the base set, for those wanting to go on the hunt.  These are the cards you are looking for:

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