Re: Was Boba Fett worse after Attack of the Clones

I personally think that adding in some history to the character just made him a deeper, more relate-able character as a whole. I loved AotC, so. xP

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Re: Was Boba Fett worse after Attack of the Clones

Yes, I think Boba Fett's character was worse after AOTC. Mainly because a mysterious history had already been created for him via the novels written.

I really didn't like the idea that he was a clone. I liked to think he was one of a kind. Plus I didn't want to know what he looked like under the helmet.

If anything, the idea of seeing him as a kid seemed to weaken the image I had of Boba Fett. I know he had to be a child at some time but that wasn't the kind of past I had thought he'd have.

But what can I say, the prequels really did wreck a lot of novel storylines that came between the two trilogies.

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Re: Was Boba Fett worse after Attack of the Clones

Attack of the Clones made Boba Fett worse because of the fact that he's just an imitation of someone else and not unique. But the height difference between Temuera Morrison and Jeremy Bulloch calls into question the whole silly clone thing from the prequel trilogy anyway. George Lucas shouldn't have made that kind of an error.

Re: Was Boba Fett worse after Attack of the Clones

Boba was a wimp in AoTC, and one of the coolest characters in Empire/Return. Baby Boba sucked, Adult Boba was amazing. Enough Said.

Re: Was Boba Fett worse after Attack of the Clones

Agreed.

He's no, good to me dead.