The smash hit Disney+ series, The Mandalorian gained even more notoriety over the weekend with the arrival of "Chapter 13". The episode, entitled "The Jedi” heavily featured fan-favorite The Clone Wars and Rebels character, Ahsoka Tano. What's more, this installment also contained thrilling fight scenes, intriguing ties to other Star Wars properties, and revelations about the mysterious Child (or as he is now known, Grogu).
Every Monday following the preceding Friday's new Mando episode, the official Star Wars site has been showing off episode stills and concept art, calling this feature "Mando Download." The most recent installment is, as expected, very Ahsoka-centric.
The concept art pieces from the credits of the latest episode of The Mandalorian have officially released. Check them all out below:
First up, this art from Bryan Matyas depicts Ahsoka interacting with Grogu while Din Djarin looks on.
Secondly, a piece done by Anton Grandant shows Djarin being let into the walled settlement on Corvus.
Here's Djarin standing in the evil Corvus Magistrate's inner sanctum. This piece was created by Eric Tiemens.
In this very dynamic artwork, Ahsoka Tano leaps into action while Din Djarin follows closely behind.
This concept artwork must have been done earlier on in development, as the scene it depicts actually takes place outdoors in the actual episode.
Here's Din Djarin's ship, the Razor Crest, coming in for a landing on Corvus, as painted by Ryan Church.
Here, artist Christian Alzmann shows the scene where Ahsoka communicates with Grogu through the Force.
Another dynamic, action-oriented piece, this time of Ahsoka using her lightsabers to deflect blaster fire. This one appears to show the events from the start of the episode.
Here's Grogu surrounded by nature and tapping into the Force.
And finally, this piece shows Djarin and Grogu walking through the scorched Corvus forest towards the setting sun.
It's always interesting to look at concept art to see the beginnings of one's favorite scenes and characters. It's also quite nice to get a better look at the artwork from the end credits without any text over them.
At any rate, this stream of concept art will keep rolling as Disney+ is slated to drop another all-new episode of The Mandalorian on Friday, December 4, 2020.