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  • Editor's Pick "Where the heck am I supposed to find ice on Tatooine..?"

    — Dan Kelleher of Boston, Jan 06, 2015
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  • Here's one of #BobaFett's appearances in the "#StarWars Insider" magazine.

We've tallied 15 cover mentions or photo spreads for Fett -- Boba and/or Jango -- and have lost count of how many great photos like this one, which have adorned articles going all the way back to when it was called #Lucasfilm Magazine.

Find more about each issue in our Bounty collectibles database:

  • #FettFriday: Joe Johnston’s Sketches in the "Empire Strikes Back Sketchbook" (1980)

Excerpt: "While most of the film's costume design originated in England, Ralph McQuarrie and [Joe] Johnston designed the Boba Fett outfit at Industrial Light and Magic in California. The costume was built at EMI in London, and then shipped back to Johnston to be painted. Originally the Boba Fett costume was intended to be worn by a squad of supercommandos, troops from the Mandalore system armed with weapons built into their suits. But the costume was adapted for the Boba Fett character by aging, denting, and adding a colorful paint job to one of these suits, while keeping the wrist lasers, flying backpack, and rocket darts originally intended for the supercommandos." #

Track down the rest of the legendary 95-page book with more sketches by Joe Johnston and Nilo Jamero-Rodis via

#vintage #joejohnston #bobafett #bobafettfanclub

  • #ThrowbackThursday: One of several #BobaFett books by #KarenTraviss. What's one of your favorite passages from her writing about Fett?

To see which books she penned about the bounty hunter -- in between coming up with the Mando'a language -- see

#starwars #bobafettfanclub

  • #BobaFett and #HanSolo are getting a lot of mentions in the blogosphere lately, but we're just hoping for a spin-off scene like this on Dagobah!

For more trading card artwork over the years, like this one in 1996 for #StarWars Galaxy 1's "New Visions" by Bo Hampton, visit

#tradingcards #topps #bobafettfanclub

  • #BobaFett is now on display at the EMP Museum (Seattle, Washington) in advance of a new exhibit, "Star Wars and the Power of Costume," which runs for most of 2015. It's his "Return of the Jedi" version and includes his prop blaster and jetpack.

Helmet nod to fans dabsoy88 (Instagram) for the photo on the left and kylealden (Instagram) for the photo on the right.

To follow where the official costumes and props are, and where they've been, check out our new feature within #FollowFett at