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  • #MandalorianMonday: "Boba Just Can't Catch a Break" by Tony Poulson aka thetonus. This #BobaFett print is one of his series called "Hand Over the Hero," which features other iconic characters. You can pick up this one for $10 on his site: http://thetonus.bigcartel.com/product/boba-fett-print

  • #ThisDayInHistory: On September 28th in 1985, #BobaFett appears in the "Droids" animated series. The episode was called "The Trigon One: A Race to the Finish" and has yet to be officially released on Blu-ray or DVD.

While George Buza was once credited (incorrectly) as doing the voice, it's now known that the man to speak the lines was Don Francks, who also did Fett in the "Holiday Special."

  • This concept art for #BobaFett features his jetpack and was sketched by designer-turned-director Joe Johnston. StarWars.com recently showcased this piece in context of the highly sought after Walgreens-exclusive Prototype Boba Fett figure, which will be shipping in full cases by November, according to our contact at the store.

For more Boba Fett concept art, take a look at http://bobafett.com/multimedia/galleries/thumbnails.php?album=35

  • #FettFriday: This official shot of #BobaFett is fairly modern -- circa the 1997 "Special Editions" -- and was used for a variety of advertisements, including a promotion for Pepsi in grocery stores.

Footnote: this marks our 200th featured shot in the last 200 days. Let us know which ones are your favorite as we head towards the next milestone.

  • #ThrowbackThursday: This 13-1/2" tall #BobaFett figure was released in 1980. It featured a swing-up "range finder," green cape, rifle, backpack with string and "rocket," two "Wookiee-scalps," and belt. The "Empire" box is a re-release of the same figure in 1979, which came in a "Star Wars" box.

For tracking down toys new and old, set your browser for http://bobafett.com/bounty/toys/.