Warning - This article contains minor spoilers for The Mandalorian Season 2.
The Mandalorian is back with its second season and has been making big waves by maintaining the high level of quality set by the initial set of episodes.
The latest episode, "Chapter 11 - The Heiress," marked a major return for a fan favorite character from Star Wars canon, setting social media ablaze. The episode also saw a blink-and-you'll-miss-it call back to the very first episode of The Mandalorian, that being an item Din Djarin obtained from Carl Weathers' Greef Karga.
Even though the episode is now out in the wild, Lucasfilm seems to be reluctant to spoil its latest reveal. Official images have been released from "The Heiress," but it seems that Star Wars wants to allow viewers ample time to experience the revelation for themselves.
Disney+ has continued to be secretive with its marketing material, with new posters still withholding much about the new season...
In tandem with its second season, two new banners for The Mandalorian have appeared on Disney+:
The first poster shows Din Djarin posing heroically alongside the Child, both of whom being on the desert planet of Tatooine.
The second poster shows Mando in a different pose on Tatooine, this time holding the Child in his knapsack. Behind him are the Razor Crest and the desert planet's mesa hills.
It seems that Disney+ wants to keep its mainstream marketing for The Mandalorian squeaky clean of spoilers, as not to ruin the episodes for subscribers casually browsing through the streaming service. Given that spoilers often run rampant once episodes are dropped, it is commendable that the series is doing its part to maintain secrecy for those viewers who may not be able to get to episodes quickly.
Even without incorporating major reveal characters in its marketing, these posters still look spectacular and are sure to entice potential viewers through their stunning sci-fi Western imagery.
Star Wars is yet to break its silence about the latest reveal from "The Heiress," though it is likely that this will come in due time. "Chapter 9"'s Cobb Vanth was officially revealed after the weekend of The Mandalorian 's season premiere, so it is only a matter of time before Star Wars eventually acknowledges its latest addition to the show.
The first three episodes of the second season o f The Mandalorian are streaming now on Disney+.