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2017 SDCC Exclusive Meisho Movie Realization Ronin Boba Fett Prototype Armor Figure Details
Jay Cochran - June 28, 2017


We first told you about this figure during Star War Celebration back in April, and now Tamashii Nations has released an official image and information for their upcoming San Diego Comic Con exclusive Meisho Movie Realization Ronin Boba Fett Prototype Armor figure. It will be sold at the Bluefin Distributor booth #3545 for $95.



Boba Fett is back! This time the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunter comes wearing feudal Japan stylized armor based on the Star Wars white-colored prototype armor seen in both Ralph McQuarrie’s original concept sketches of the character, and test footage filmed by The Empire Strikes Back art director Joe Johnston. With a Ronin-inspired design by artist Takayuki Takeya, the fully articulated Boba Fett figure stands 170mm tall and features a moveable head scope, detachable mounted armaments, backpack with removable missile, and an arsenal of weaponry to expand your display possibilities. The set includes a blaster rifle, Japanese sword set, weapons set, and interchangeable hands (x4). This exclusive item will see very limited release. Limit 2 per person.



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