A licensed poster from the Star Wars saga, which shows cute Grogu (aka Baby Yoda) assembling his own lightsaber with the help of Jedi Master Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), is one of the exclusive art at San Diego Comic-Con@Home 2021.
The piece, which imagines what happened after the parting between the little alien and Din Djarin in the second season of The Mandalorian, was produced by visual artist Russell Walks for Trends International. See it below.
Hey! Here’s the new Luke and Grogu piece I created for my pals @intltrends It’s called “Size Matters Not”. Man, you guys, I feel so lucky to be able to play in such a wonderful galactic sandbox. #starwars #TheMandalorian #grogu #LukeSkywalker pic.twitter.com/b8oIjtDHLM
— Russell Walks (@Russellwalks) July 24, 2021
Recently, Lucasfilm said that the finale of The Mandalorian‘s second season, especially the arrival of a younger version of Luke Skywalker (yet again played by Mark Hamill), will be the subject of an episode of the Disney Gallery documentary series, which premieres August 25 on Disney+.
The platform plans to release several chapters unraveling behind the scenes of the Star Wars spin-off second season, with one focusing especially on the special effects used to bring Luke back into the saga.
A Disney+ original series, The Mandalorian follows the adventures across the galaxy of Mandalorian Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), a bounty hunter who sees his life change completely when a job puts The Child into his path.
The story is set a few years after the defeat of the Empire by the Rebel Alliance, seen in The Return of the Jedi (1983), the third film in the original trilogy of the Star Wars saga created by George Lucas.