A focus on themes from the first season of The Bad Batch. Part two.
A focus on themes from the first season of The Bad Batch. Part one.
Part two of the season finale takes place mainly on Kamino as the Bad Batch (together again) race against the elements and have a few conversations along the way.
Part one of the season finale has the team return to Kamino to confront Crosshair, and some hard truths as the Empire looms in the background.
The Bad Batch attempts another rescue op for a familiar character with less than favorable results, putting the pieces in place for a major showdown.
A calm before the storm episode finds the Bad Batch saving Cid from two criminal factions and making a potential ally.
Hera Syndulla’s arc wraps up as leaders in both the Bad Batch and the Empire go rogue.
The merging of Filoni’s Star Wars animation-verse continues as the story shifts to Ryloth and the Twi’leks post-Clone Wars.
More than halfway through the season, episode ten finds the team, and the series, going in circles.
We get more answers to the mystery surrounding Omega and a battle between bounty hunters.
Crosshair and Crosshair’s attitude return in this episode to try and end the Bad Batch, but a whole other problem is waiting in the wings.
Rex finally shows up just in time for things to go bad for the Bad Batch.
The Bad Batch takes a trip to Corellia to retrieve a valuable item from the Clone Wars and meets two familiar sisters along the way.
The fifth episode of The Bad Batch feels more like The Mandalorian as the team delves deeper into the underworld and meets an old acquaintance of the Jedi.
Fennec Shand makes her animated debut and inadvertently gives the Bad Batch much needed lessons for surviving their new reality.