Obi-Wan’s series comes to a close with a surprisingly small scale tale that focuses on the aging Jedi’s moral stance, empathy and compassion.

It’s a clever story that definitely goes in a surprising direction – and takes us very close to Kenobi finally meeting Luke Skywalker as a young adult for the first time.

I’ve really enjoyed Christopher Cantwell’s series; it’s been a great look at one of the Star Wars franchise’s strongest overall characters. Even though he’s now had a Disney Plus series of his very own, as well as a strong presence in The Clone Wars TV show, there’s no such thing as too much Obi-Wan Kenobi – and this fantastic, character driven miniseries has proven that point brilliantly.

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