The Hunter hid in Parliament overseeing the dealings of Dr. Frost with a scrutinous eye. Even though Secretary Ross hadn’t assigned him to take down her army he couldn’t stand by and let her take over the world. To stop her as one man, however, was impossible. And yet, he was determined to do something.
The Avengers was no more. Someone had to save the world.
Suddenly he saw something strange. Something, unlike anything he had ever seen.
Today, there’s a change of content…slightly. Every week I share my sister’s digital artworks but this week I’m sharing a little more of what she can do.
Here’s a traditional pencil sketch of Timothee Chalamet’s Paul Atreides from the highly-anticipated reboot of ‘Dune’. I’m excited. My sister is excited. We don’t know anything about this story but we love science fiction so we figure we’re going to have a blast.
I’m excited on a random Wednesday morning. Why am I excited? Because the trailer for the second season of The Mandalorian came out yesterday and it was delightfully mysterious, as it should be. Here’s the trailer.
It’s safe to say, I love it. Mando is back with Baby Yoda on a brand new adventure. We see a brief glimpse of Season One alums, Green Karga and Cara Dune. A new ultra-mysterious lady in a hooded cloak is shown in the trailer in a way that’s supposed to make us believe that she may be a Jedi. Do I believe that she’s a Jedi? Gosh, I hope she’s a Jedi but I’m more apt to believe that she may be a character who can potentially help him find Baby Yoda’s people.
All in all, this trailer made me happy because it, like the first trailer, refrained from revealing a bunch of spoilers which is a relief. I mean, we’re going to be able to see the show in a month and a half.