Kotobukiya Star Wars ESB ArtFX+ Boba Fett Vintage Deco Exclusive

Bespin refugee - November 19, 2020

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STAR WARS™ : THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK ARTFX+ BOBA FETT™ VINTAGE COLOR EXCLUSIVE
A bounty hunter like no other Boba Fett™ has seen and experienced it all, from the cloning facilities on Kamino, the asteroid fields of Hoth, to the endless sand dunes of Tatooine.

Immortalized from his appearance in Star Wars™: The Empires Strikes Back, Boba Fett is rendered in a unique vintage paint scheme, harkening back to the original 80’s action figure release.

At 1:10 scale (roughly 7.5” inches tall on the included base) Boba Fett stands at the ready cradling his EE-3 carbine rifle. Details from his outfit have been painstakingly recreated including his Mandalorian armor, Wookiee trophy braids and Z-6 jetpack.
As part of Kotobukiya’s long-standing Star Wars ARTFX+ series you can expect easy, snap-fit construction, precision paint applications and a magnetized display stand for effortless display options.

This BAIT exclsuive is a one-time production limited to only 500 pieces for North America. Make sure to set your sights early on obtaining this one before it slips away for good!
© & ™ Lucasfilm Ltd.
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Belmont13 - 2020-11-23 @ 11:20 pm
On 11/21/2020 at 11:34 AM, silverback77346 said:

Alright, thanks for the info. I'm more versed on the Star Trek than I ever was on Star Wars. If I was tested on my Star Wars knowledge I would probably get a B- or a C+. I just realized reading the credits last episode that John Favro created the Mandalorian series. That nice armor should have been a tip off.

Ha ha I'm the opposite, if you were to test my Star Trek knowledge I would score low. I agree that armored characters and Jon Favreau is a good combination.

silverback77346 - 2020-11-21 @ 7:34 pm
22 hours ago, Belmont13 said:

Short answer no. Long answer, he was supposed to or it was assumed he was one. He's an unaltered clone of Jango Fett, a famous bounty hunter who wore Mandalorian Armor. In the expanded universe/old canon/Legends Jango Fett was the son of a Journeyman Protector who got adopted by a group of Mandalorians after his father got killed by the Death Watch. None of this really matters any more as it got erased after the Disney purchase and George Lucas told Dave Filoni both Jango and Boba are not Mandalorians. So far there's really no connection between Boba Fett and Din Djarin other than Din currently being in possession of Boba Fett's armor.

Alright, thanks for the info. I'm more versed on the Star Trek than I ever was on Star Wars. If I was tested on my Star Wars knowledge I would probably get a B- or a C+. I just realized reading the credits last episode that John Favro created the Mandalorian series. That nice armor should have been a tip off.

Belmont13 - 2020-11-20 @ 9:13 pm
1 hour ago, silverback77346 said:

I have been watching the Mandalorian and love it, but can anyone explain to me the connection with Boba Fett to the Mandalorian story. Was he a Mandalorian or a rebel or what?

Short answer no. Long answer, he was supposed to or it was assumed he was one. He's an unaltered clone of Jango Fett, a famous bounty hunter who wore Mandalorian Armor. In the expanded universe/old canon/Legends Jango Fett was the son of a Journeyman Protector who got adopted by a group of Mandalorians after his father got killed by the Death Watch. None of this really matters any more as it got erased after the Disney purchase and George Lucas told Dave Filoni both Jango and Boba are not Mandalorians. So far there's really no connection between Boba Fett and Din Djarin other than Din currently being in possession of Boba Fett's armor.

silverback77346 - 2020-11-20 @ 7:40 pm

I have been watching the Mandalorian and love it, but can anyone explain to me the connection with Boba Fett to the Mandalorian story. Was he a Mandalorian or a rebel or what?

Satam - 2020-11-20 @ 5:37 am

Why partner with BAIT when they could have partnered with NTWRK?

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