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  • Kast Aside by Melinda McMahon
    A tale of Jodo Kast's origin.
  • Interlude by Jon Keim
    Between Vader's instructions and the capture of Han Solo, Boba Fett returns to his ship.
  • Prey by Dary D. Braithwaite
    The two greatest hunters in the universe....who will win?

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  • Dave Dorman has made numerous #paintings including #BobaFett, ranging from limited-edition prints to widely-released covers of #StarWars comic books and novels. Here is one incredible piece of #art that included #Chewbacca.

To see all of Dorman's paintings, including one that was never released, visit:

  • In Star Wars #81, #BobaFett flew right out of the #Sarlacc -- right after the "burp" and right before being found by #Jawas and suffering from memory loss! This panel features #illustration by Ron Frenz, Thomas Palmer, and Tom Mandrake. The #comic was written by Jo Duffy, published by #Marvel, and released in 1984.

For more about Boba Fett and the Sarlacc, including George Lucas' quoted perspective over the years on the matter, check out our
Fettpedia article:

  • Joe Johnston's sketches for Boba Fett's design included this one, breaking down all of the various pieces of the costume. This art was included in Star Wars Insider #136.

For more about Johnston and his many contributions to Boba Fett's look, visit his page on our Fettpedia wiki at:

  • This #StarWars fan art -- called "We don't need their scum..." and featuring #BobaFett, #IG88, #Bossk, #4LOM, #Zuckuss, and #Dengar -- combines original line art by Jeff Confer and digital paint by Samantha Johnson. Confer's work frequently features the bounty hunter and even included a 250 limited edition print (not pictured) called "Boba Fett: Concept To Realization," sold at Star Wars Celebration VI.

Check out the full-sized artwork:

  • #FettFriday: "#BobaFett has many features to recreate the fun and excitement of the movie." Here is part of the instruction manual for the #original "large" Boba Fett action figure. The #Kenner toy was first released in 1979 in "#StarWars" packaging, a year before Boba Fett's theatrical debut. The figure was re-packaged in an "#Empire" box the year later.

For more information about both the "Star Wars" and "The Empire Strikes Back" Boba Fett figures, visit: