The hilarious opening of The Mandalorian in the 90’s sitcom style that changes the names of the characters

Some fans have created a fun intro of The Mandalorian by altering the names of the characters in a hilarious way.

2021 may be a year without The Mandalorian, but not without fan creations. The Star Wars series created by Jon Favreau and produced by Dave Filoni finished its second season in style in mid-December, and it does not anticipate the premiere of the third season until early 2022. That does not imply that this year we will not have productions of Star Wars to enjoy, among others, the series of The Book of Boba Fett, which will arrive in December to satisfy our Mandalorian appetites.

In recent weeks we have seen how fans of The Mandalorian they put their artistic abilities to work. We have seen the musical compositions with different versions of the main theme composed by Ludwig Göransson.

We have also seen some opening from different series focused on The Mandalorian, which technically has no opening as such. We still remember that anime-style version of the nineties that reminded us of Cowboy Bebop.

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Today we bring you a new fan creation that we have caught on Twitter. On this occasion, The Mandalorian becomes a 1990s sitcom to the rhythm of the music of The problems grow (Growing pains), so the title has been changed to Gogu’s Pains, in a very appropriate way. The series sees the names of the protagonists altered, calling Giancarlo Esposito “the great television antagonist” or giving Grogu the name of another boy who would become a legend, Goku, de Dragon Ball.

What do you think of this fun intro of The Mandalorian in the 90s style?


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