Classic Boba Fett returns! He’s in shape. He’s dangerous. And best of all … he’s hunting bounties! For a character that was amazingly simple and loved by fans for decades, all it took was Disney’s Lucasfilm writers’ room, just one Disney+ series to totally change everything great about Boba Fett. So wash that horrible taste out of your mouth with this San Diego Comic-Con The Empire Strikes Back Boba Fett statue.
Fett stands at 11″ tall from the Bespin steps to the top of his helmet. The statue is limited to only 1,000 pieces, and customers may only order 1. You have to be a “Master Member” and “Premier Guild Member” if you’d like to pre-order the legendary bounty hunter.
The bounty hunter Boba Fett gets an all-new statue in the Premier Collection line, based on his appearance in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back! This exclusive sculpture depicts Boba Fett descending the steps in the carbon freezing chamber, with his blaster drawn. Standing approximately 11 inches tall, this resin statue features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and is limited to only 1000 pieces.
The blue-skinned teleporting mutant Nightcrawler also joins in on the SDCC exclusive goodness. This statue looks familiar because it is a repaint of a previously released “Animated-Style” Nightcrawler statue. However, this time Kurt Wagner is painted up in his X-Force colors. So, lots of black and gray.
Like the Boba Fett statue, pre-orders are locked behind a membership wall. So you’ll need to be a “Premier Guild Member” to order it now, but the general public can pick it up on the 20th at 9 PM PST.
It’s a new, exclusive edition of the Animated-Style Nightcrawler statue, and it’s in his X-Force colors! Based on the Marvel cover artwork of Skottie Young, this alternate-reality version of Kurt Wagner wears the grey and black, stands approximately 5 inches tall and is limited to only 250 pieces.
What do you think of these upcoming collectibles?
[Source: Gentle Giant]
[Source: Gentle Giant]
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