From creator Omar Morales, the story imagines an alternate Star Wars timeline in which the Emperor has a very different plan for a deceased foe. With many different layers of Star Wars lore happening in just 10-pages, it is well worth the download and read (especially for free).

The Mandalorian: Hunt For Immortality isn’t your typical fan fiction, it’s a very well done 10-page story that is pure art. At the same time, it’s also not your typical book you’d see reviewer on ICD. I mean. It’s Star Wars! But Hunt For Immortality fuses together indie comics, fan fiction, and Star Wars in such a perfect way!

There’s not a lot I can say without giving spoilers, again, this book is only 10-pages, but the story and art are perfect – each full of nostalgia and depth. This is a great read, and I’m looking forward to seeing future chapters. The story, art, dialogue, editing, and mechanics all play well together, which is a must for a 10-page book. This book easily rates 5-stars and makes me wish Morales worked for Lucasfilm!