Boba Fett is getting a new Hot Toys figure. Now we get to look at the legendary bounty hunter as he appeared in the second season of The Mandalorian. Unmasked and sporting a brand new paint job on his armor, Fett is ready to assume control over Jabba’s criminal empire maybe?
Before the prequels many of us Star Wars fans had speculated on what the man behind the mask looked like. Even after we saw Temuera Morrison as Jango and the clones, it was still up in the air exactly how Fett’s face would be portrayed.
Then The Mandalorian Season 2 happened and we all got to see the scarred face of the man with the faulty jet pack. I guess that time in the Sarlacc pit did a number on him. Then again, he may have been sporting those wounds long before that. Either way, it’s cool to finally see him unmasked in toy form.
Features and accessories included:
- Authentic and detailed likeness of Boba Fett in Star Wars: The Mandalorian
- One (1) meticulously crafted helmeted head with articulated rangefinder
- Specially applied distress effects on armor, weapons and accessories
- Body with over 30 points of articulations
- Approximately 30 cm tall
- Six (6) pieces of interchangeable gloved hands including:
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of relaxed hands
- One (1) pistol holding right hand
- One (1) gesture right hand
- One (1) Boba Fett’s Mandalorian armor and vest with distressed effects
- One (1) pair of brownish red gauntlets with weathering effects
- One (1) grayish black colored long sleeves shirt
- One (1) brown belt with pistol holster
- One (1) brown-black colored roped belt
- One (1) pair of brownish black colored pants
- One (1) pair of black colored boots
- One (1) yellow right knee guard with weathering effects
- One (1) blaster
- One (1) rifle
- One (1) jetpack with distressed effects
- One (1) flamethrower effect accessory (attachable to gauntlet)
- One (1) fibercord whip
- Specially designed figure stand with Star Wars logo and character nameplate
The bad news? We’ll be waiting a while for this. Boba won’t ship until Q4 2022 through Q1 2023.
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