Star Wars devotees are wondering if Andor has the fandom more united than it has in decades
Finding praise is not a difficult task Andor these days. That Villain One The prequel series’ masterful foundations and star-studded talent have earned it well-deserved critical acclaim from fans and critics alike. So we’re forgiven if we forget that the last entry in the war of stars Franchise wasn’t a huge fanfare magnet prior to its release.
In fact, nobody really expected much from a spin-off series centered around a currently deceased member from the early days of the Rebellion, but Tony Gilroy still worked his magic, and it seems like there’s barely a whisper of criticism to be found in it now.
With so much going on Andorthat we haven’t seen in a long time war of stars Project in a hot minute, to say the least, the folks at r/StarWars are wondering if this is the most unifying thing war of stars show since the original trilogy.
Still in “Praise Andor” Camp, quite a few respondents were unconvinced by the idea that it is necessarily as unified as the original trilogy, citing the impact of internet echo chambers, the fact that the original trilogy itself was not entirely unified, and the suggestion that such honors go instead The Mandalorian.
Others pointed out that some fans actually attacked the word “boring.” Andor; a sentiment that the thread met implacably with galaxy-sized mockery.
And some just stacked on top of that Andor Love train, with a user who especially compares him The Mandalorian with a surprisingly nifty food analogy.
Andor is currently available to stream on Disney Plus, with the twelfth and final episode of season one airing on November 23. A second season, which will also be the last, is currently in development.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/tv/star-wars-supporters-wonder-if-andor-has-the-fandom-more-unified-than-its-been-in-decades/ Star Wars devotees are wondering if Andor has the fandom more united than it has in decades