Two New ‘Book of Boba Fett’ Busts Coming Out This May

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The Book of Boba Fett is set to kick off on Disney+ tomorrow, and Gentle Giant has announced two new busts based on the series. One is part of the 3D bust line standing 10″ tall and priced at $199. The other part of the mini-bust collection, with an asking price of $120. Both can be pre-ordered now and will start shipping in May 2022.

The mini-bust looks like a whole new creation, while the 3D bust appears to slightly alter the previously released version. The differences include a new base, a removed dent in the helmet, and the new padding/scarf motif.

Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant

This approximately 10-inch, ½ scale bust depicts Boba Fett as he appeared on The Mandalorian, featuring new costume details and a high level of sculpting and paint application. Limited to only 1,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Joe Menna!

Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant

This approximately 6-inch, ½ scale bust depicts Boba Fett as he appeared on his new Disney+ series, with new costume details and a high level of sculpting and paint application. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity.

Just how often will we see Temuera Morrison wearing Fett’s iconic helmet? For decades we had no idea what the fan-favorite bounty hunter looked like under the mask; it added to his mystique. So if we get lots of Morrison facetime, will that take away from the character’s established allure?

What do you think of Boba Fett’s new look in the upcoming series? What changes do you think his character will undergo during the first season of the show? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

[Source: Gentle Giant]

[Source: Gentle Giant]



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