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Pedro Pascal is 'The Mandalorian.' Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+

New Images From The Mandalorian Tease Galaxy of Outlaws, Outcasts & Misfits

So you’ve watched the first trailer for The Mandalorian several dozen times? Yeah, us too. Now you can feast your eyes on a batch of images from the live-action Star Wars series coming to Disney+, which stars Pedro Pascal as the titular bounty hunter plying his dangerous trade in a galaxy after the events of The Return of the Jedi and the fall of the Empire. The trailer gave us our first glimpse of the outlaw world created by executive producer/director/and writer Jon Favreau (The Lion King). It looks fantastic, frankly, giving us a grittier, potentially more complicated version of the galaxy far, far away, in a transitional period between the fall of the Empire and the rise of the First Order.

The images reveal some of the fantastic cast. There’s Werner Herzog, in an unspecified role that we’re guessing will see him as some morally questionable heavy. We’ve also got Carl Weathers here, playing Greef Carga, the head of a bounty hunter guild. There’s a new, highly dangerous groid (IG-88), and an Empire Strikes Back callback. The images speak to how The Mandalorian will be focused primarily on outlaws, outcasts, misfits, and villains. These images were released during Disney’s epic D23 Expo this past weekend.

The Mandalorian will be available to stream when Disney+ launches on November 12th. Check out the new crop of images below:

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Pedro Pascal is ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
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Gina Carino is Cara Dune in ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
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An alien riding an Ugnaught. Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Pedro Pascal is 'The Mandalorian.' Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Pedro Pascal is ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
L-r: IG-88, a rogue assassin droid, and the Mandalorian. Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
A Twi’lek, a humanoid species who originate from the planet Ryloth. Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
An Empire Strikes Back callback, with a mysterious figure frozen in carbonite. Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Werner Herzog in ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Carl Weathers in ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Stormtroopers who have seen better days. ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+
IG-88. Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+

Featured image: Pedro Pascal is ‘The Mandalorian.’ Courtesy Walt Disney Studios/Disney+

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