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Image: The Book of Boba Fett/Disney+ The weird thing about franchise canon is you have to take the good with the bad. This means that Disney/Lucasfilm has spent the better part of the past decade working overtime to fix the parts of the official Star Wars storyline that, uh, don’t really work—retroactively making them at least seem better by retconning in cool worldbuilding and character detail after the fact. Whether this works for you is a personal decision. Myself, I’m probably not going to watch six seasons of The Clone Wars just so I can ignore the storytelling failings of the prequel trilogy, and I wouldn’t even entertain the notion for The Rise of Skywalker . But I do appreciate the way all these ancillary TV series are serving as apologies to the actors whose careers took a hit along the way: Temura Morrison had to suffer the indignity of being cast in the worst of the prequels ( Attack of the Clones ), so the least they could do was keep him busy doing voiceover work for 10 years and then give him his own streaming series on Disney+. I mean, probably The Book of Boba Fett (Dec. 29) wasn’t just created as a mea culpa to the actor, but that’s a nicer idea than “maximizing Q4 subscriber retention” or whatever. And certainly everyone seemed to dig Morrison’s return to the iconic armor in season two of The Mandalorian . The trailer indicates the spinoff will follow Fett, […]