These are a couple videos of the UK’s Mando 2 Hire, a Mandalorian available for hire (for parties, not bounty hunting — although everybody has their price) that comes with his own optical illusion speederbike (a motorcycle with mirror fenders to hide its wheels), complete with lights and sound effects.
Because the internet, just like the hands of time, never stops turning, this is a video edited by Nebulous Bee reimagining The Mandalorian as The Mandalorians, with an opener in the style of the 1980’s A-Team. Funny, I probably saw every episode of the A-Team growing up, but I can’t
This is a very tasty jam (think boysenberry, but grown and jarred in space) created by the Auralnauts featuring every utterance of “This Is The Way” in The Mandalorian seasons 1 – 3. Obviously, this will be stuck in my head for weeks. As if my girlfriend doesn’t already hear
This is a video of musician Snubby J paying homage to The Mandalorian with a cover of the theme on RimbaTubes and Native American flute. He does a great job, and that’s certainly a nice set of RimbaTubes he’s got there. Looks like they were yanked right out of Darth
Because your own four-wheeled landspeeder is incomplete without one, FanWraps is selling this solar-powered waving Grogu dashboard ornament (gif below). Available now for pre-order, you just stick Grogu’s hover-pram to your dashboard, and whenever he’s exposed to sun he’ll start waving. I think it goes without saying, but this is
Because wherever there’s Mandalorian merchandise to be sold, there’s money to be made hand-over-fist, this is The Child Glitter Globe available from The Bradford Exchange ($90). This year’s must-have holiday decoration features Grogu in his hover crib, surrounding with swirling glitter that, at least in my mind, he generated with
Presumably to celebrate the government admitting that it’s known for quite some time that aliens are among us (and not to commemorate Star Wars Day earlier this month), this is a video of the U.S. Army band performing The Mandalorian theme (complete with specially split masks for musicians playing wind
Because there’s a market for baby Yoda everything, these are the 3-D printed vomiting Grogu toothpaste toppers created and sold by Etsy shop SnowBloom3D ($16 for a single, $24 for a 2-pack). The puking Grogus come with four different adapters to fit all major toothpaste brands, but no guarantee if