We might never see his face, but at least we now know that he eats in private, and he most probably do washing the same way. If it is a climax then removing it has to serve a purpose. You noticed that he was almost ready to let the woman take off the helmet, before the bounty hunter showed up. From what I know, there is no real rule that says, "Do Not Remove Thy Helmet, or Let Anyone To Take It Off!"I thought that he was really tempted to take his helmet off near the end of the episode, and maybe that will be the climax of Season 1?
They are humans, not droids.the Mandalorian is evolving from a sort of biological droid, into a fully human person.
Of course I realize that, but what I was saying metaphorically was that he is becoming less constrained by the expectations of others and his commitments and is beginning to see another way of living which might be as honorable and rewarding, if in other ways.They are humans, not droids.
I wonder how much of the audience cars about the "canon?" And what percentage of that group would cease watching if it went in a non-canonical way. Plus, even if I look at the Bible you can see how the "canon" changes over time, which is true of the Mandalorian canon as well. At least as far as I know it.but to ignore the other canon stuff is stupidity and it would show that Disney doesn't care about the source material.
Intriguing and good questions. A true geek will be offended. Just like it happened with the Tolkien movies. Hobbit and LOTR or a number of TV series that went too far from the source material, as it happened with Game of Thrones, or with Disney's own SW Rebellion. To me, what they did with the latter one was too much, and I stopped watching it. Completely. I got the episodes, but at the end, didn't watched because it upset me with what they had done.I wonder how much of the audience cars about the "canon?" And what percentage of that group would cease watching if it went in a non-canonical way. Plus, even if I look at the Bible you can see how the "canon" changes over time, which is true of the Mandalorian canon as well. At least as far as I know it.
You can't expect all of them being uniform. There was genuinely much more material in here than in the previous episodes. It's true that they could have done a better fight, but then again, they only had limited time to do it, and as they had to establish a few thing, including the love angle it didn't give much more room for an improved fight that you'll find in the next episode.It just feels like the weakest link in the season so far.