Star Wars Season 2: Every Easter Egg in the Mandalorian Posters

Star Wars Season 2 Updates: Among the promo materials for the second season of The Mandolorian, the posters contain a few Star Wars Easter eggs, giving hints regarding what fans can anticipate from the new episodes.

New episodes are set to debut beginning on October 30, 2020, with new episodes releasing in a weekly manner. It’s this spray paint that is the most intriguing since each wall contains different Easter eggs and references to past Star Wars stories.

Here is each Easter egg in the new The Mandalorian posters, and what they inform uncover concerning season 2.

Gamorrean Faces In All 4 Posters (and A Tusken Raider)

For one thing, every one of the banners includes in any event one face of a Gamorrean, a pig-like outsider animal found in the first Star Wars trilogy.

Given this proof, and the way that past posters show the characters on a desert planet, it’s pretty obvious that The Mandalorian season 2 will see Din and The Child paying another visit to Tatooine.

Small TIE Fighter

Past trailers for The Mandalorian season 2 have just demonstrated that there will be TIE Fighters highlighted in the new season, just as more Stormtroopers leftover from the fallen Empire.

Cara Dune’s Rebel Past

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Another Easter egg in the banners is an enormous Rebel Alliance Starbird directly behind Cara Dune. The Rebel Alliance Starbird is one of the most conspicuous images in Star Wars and speaks to the resistance from the original trilogy.

Boba Fett’s Crest

To one side of Baby Yoda, there are all the earmarks of being a painted image of a quill or a tail of wheat. This image intently looks like the Fett family peak, worn by Boba Fett as a feature of his notorious protective armor.

On the off chance, this image may be referring to Boba Fett’s return, which is set to come sooner or later in The Mandalorian season 2.

Other posters include spray paintings of an Aqualish with a major red strike-through their face and Aurebesh Messages (common galactic language) and symbols justifying Cara Dune’s rebel past.

All these little Easter eggs in the banners are enjoyable to bring up and make The Mandalorian season 2 release even more exciting. We can’t wait to see what it really has in store.

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