It's no secret that the Star Wars fan base is seen as "toxic" with such a large number of people spanning over multiple age groups, we are bound to see some less than favorably opinions, and some bad takes.

Body shaming however is more than just a bad take. It's unoriginal, nasty, and rude. it's one thing to critic a show, or movie, and Star Wars is far from perfect, but if your biggest complaint is that an actor is "to big" you may be looking for reasons to hate something, and might not actually like Star Wars.

Spoilers for the Mandalorian season 2.

Temuera Morrison played Jango Fett in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) there it is revealed that his "son" Boba Fett is a clone of him. So when the actor came back for the Mandalorian in 2020 to play Boba Fett, I and many were excited. Personally I think he did an amazing Job. Here are some shots.

This episode did so much for fans. It brought Boba back from the "dead" It confirmed Jango Fett was a Mandalorian fondling, and just had some great scenes!

Arguably the majority of fans were blown away by these, and over all most people loved it. Sadly on Twitter #Bobbafat took off, and while most are "harmless" jokes it is sad that people have to get so anger about technicalities for a show that was originally about space wizards.


This still shot doesn't do the actor or character justice he is more of a tank than Personally I love the show and the actors, and will always be a die hard Star Wars fan. I just wish would could all enjoy things without bringing others down.

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