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* [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/tales_hunters/ Tales of the Bounty Hunters] - 3 years after ANH
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=== Boba Fett (the character) ===
* [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/tales_jabba/ Tales From Jabba's Palace] - 6 years after ANH
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* The Bounty Hunter Wars Trilogy - 7 to 10 years after ANH
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'''[[Boba Fett]]'''
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* Born - Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (32 or 31.5 BBY)
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* 10 Years Old - Star Wars Episode II: [[Attack of the Clones]] (22 BBY)
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* 13 Years Old - Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (19 BBY)
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* 32 Years Old - Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (0 BY)
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* 35 Years Old - Star Wars Episode V: [[The Empire Strikes Back]] (3 ABY)
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* 36 Years Old - Star Wars Episode VI: [[Return of the Jedi]] (4 ABY)
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'''Stories Involving Boba Fett'''
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* 3 ABY: [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/tales_hunters/ Tales of the Bounty Hunters]
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* 6 ABY: [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/tales_jabba/ Tales From Jabba's Palace]
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* 7 to 10 ABY: The Bounty Hunter Wars Trilogy
 
** [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/mandalorian-armor/ Mandalorian Armor]
 
** [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/mandalorian-armor/ Mandalorian Armor]
 
** [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/slave-ship/ Slave Ship]
 
** [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/slave-ship/ Slave Ship]
 
** [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/hard-merchandise/ Hard Merchandise]
 
** [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/hard-merchandise/ Hard Merchandise]
* [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/bloodlines/ Bloodlines] - 40 years after ANH
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* 40 ABY: [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/bloodlines/ Bloodlines]
  
Links:
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(Special thanks to BFFC contributors, wizardofcars and Miba.)
  
* http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/novels/
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=== Behind Boba Fett (the fictional character) ===
* http://www.starwarsdotcom.com/star_wars/appearances/boba.html
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Contributors:
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* wizardofcars, Miba
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==== 1970s ====
  
'''Boba Fett (the fictional character)'''
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* February/March 1978: [[Joe Johnston]] sketches a super stormtrooper in what will become Boba Fett's costume
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* April 1978: [[George Lucas]] finished the second draft of [[The Empire Strikes Back]] which names the character of Boba Fett
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* May 1978: [[Norman Reynolds]] sketches titled "Stormtrooper II"
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* June 1978: [[Joe Johnston]] sketches start having "Boba Fett" written beneath them
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* June 28, 1978: video test of "Prototype Fett," the all-white Boba Fett costume
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* September 24, 1978: first public appearance of Boba Fett at the [[San Anselmo Community Fair and Parade]]
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* November 17, 1978: first television appearance of Boba Fett in the [[Star Wars Holiday Special]]
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* 1979 (Summer): first description of Boba Fett published in [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/magazines/bantha-tracks-5/ Bantha Tracks #5], the official Star Wars fan club newsletter
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* April 31, 1979: initial deadline for Kenner's mail-away "Boba Fett Offer," a free Boba Fett figure by mailing in four proofs-of-purchase; the figure was never sent due to a legal issue with the toy's rocket firing backpack accessory
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* 1978/1979: [[Robert Watts]] asks his half-brother, [[Jeremy Bulloch]], to try on the costume; Peter Roy is said to have been asked beforehand, but had scheduling conflicts
  
* June 28, 1978: videotape of "proto Fett," the all-white Boba Fett costume
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==== 1980s ====
* September 24, 1978: first public appearance of Boba Fett at the San Anselmo Country Fair parade
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* November, 1978: first television appearance of Boba Fett in the [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=Star_Wars_Holiday_Special Star Wars Holiday Special]
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* May 1980: [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/marvel-special-edition-2-the-empire-strikes-back/ Marvel Special Edition 2: The Empire Strikes Back] (May 1) and [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/marvel-comics-super-special-16/ Marvel Comics Super Special Volume 1 #16] (May 20) both contain the first comic book appearance of Boba Fett
* 1979: first action figure of Boba Fett, on an [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/toys/anh/anh_card/ ANH card]
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* May 21, 1980: first film appearance of Boba Fett in [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=The_Empire_Strikes_Back The Empire Strikes Back]
* 1980: first film appearance of Boba Fett in [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=The_Empire_Strikes_Back The Empire Strikes Back]; "rocket firing" action figure, with "j"-slot, promoted and never delivered
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* June 19, 1980: Boba Fett first published in a newspaper comic strip, [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/the-frozen-world-of-ota/ "The Frozen World of Ota"]
* 1981: action figure vehicle, Slave I, advertised on television
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* December 1980: Marvel's [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sw_42/ Star Wars #42] is thought of to be the first comic book appearance of Boba Fett, which is also hotly debated since it also came out in two other formats (see May 1980 above)
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* 1980: Boba Fett "rocket firing" action figure promoted but never released due to a recent toy safety lawsuit
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* 1981: Boba Fett's Slave I toy advertised on television
 
* 1983: first reference to the Mandalorians in Marvel Comics [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sw_68/ Star Wars #68]
 
* 1983: first reference to the Mandalorians in Marvel Comics [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sw_68/ Star Wars #68]
* May 25, 1983: premiere of [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=Return_of_the_Jedi Return of the Jedi], featuring Boba Fett, who falls into the Sarlacc Pit
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* May 25, 1983: premiere of [[Return of the Jedi]], featuring Boba Fett, who eventually falls into the [[Sarlacc]] Pit
* Jun 1983: Boba Fett featured in the [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/toys/board/sarlacc/ Battle at Sarlacc's Pit] board game
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* June 1983: Boba Fett featured in the Battle at Sarlacc's Pit board game
* September 28, 1985: Boba Fett appears in the [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=Droids Droids] cartoon series
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* September 28, 1985: Boba Fett appears in the [[Droids]] cartoon series
* 1988: Jodo Kast, a character presenting to be Boba Fett, appears in the RPG guidebook, [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/guidebooks/tatooine-manhunt/ Tatooine Manhunt]
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* 1988: [[Jodo Kast]], a character presenting to be Boba Fett, appears in the RPG guidebook, Tatooine Manhunt
* Oct 18, 1996: Return of the Jedi radio dramas are broadcast, with [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=Ed_Begley_Jr. Ed Begley Jr.] doing the voice of Boba Fett
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* 1997: Boba Fett, played by [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=Mark_Austin Mark Austin], returns in the Star Wars: Special Edition
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==== 1990s ====
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* October 18, 1996: Return of the Jedi radio dramas are broadcast, with [[Ed Begley Jr.]] doing the voice of Boba Fett
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* 1997: Boba Fett is added to Episode IV: A New Hope for its "Special Edition," portrayed by [http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/fettipedia/index.php?title=Mark_Austin Mark Austin]
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==== 2000s ====
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* 2002: Boba Fett's origin is introduced in Episode II: [[Attack of the Clones]], featuring an unmasked [[Daniel Logan]] as Young Boba Fett and a storyline with his father named Jango Fett, played by [[Temuera Morrison]]
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* 2004: Boba Fett's voice was re-dubbed from [[Jason Wingreen]] to [[Temuera Morrison]] in the DVD release starting this year
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==== 2010s ====
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Contributors:
 
Contributors:
 
* BFFC Admin
 
* BFFC Admin

Latest revision as of 13:08, 10 July 2014

Contents

Boba Fett (the character)

Boba Fett

  • Born - Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (32 or 31.5 BBY)
  • 10 Years Old - Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (22 BBY)
  • 13 Years Old - Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (19 BBY)
  • 32 Years Old - Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (0 BY)
  • 35 Years Old - Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (3 ABY)
  • 36 Years Old - Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (4 ABY)

Stories Involving Boba Fett

(Special thanks to BFFC contributors, wizardofcars and Miba.)

Behind Boba Fett (the fictional character)

1970s

  • February/March 1978: Joe Johnston sketches a super stormtrooper in what will become Boba Fett's costume
  • April 1978: George Lucas finished the second draft of The Empire Strikes Back which names the character of Boba Fett
  • May 1978: Norman Reynolds sketches titled "Stormtrooper II"
  • June 1978: Joe Johnston sketches start having "Boba Fett" written beneath them
  • June 28, 1978: video test of "Prototype Fett," the all-white Boba Fett costume
  • September 24, 1978: first public appearance of Boba Fett at the San Anselmo Community Fair and Parade
  • November 17, 1978: first television appearance of Boba Fett in the Star Wars Holiday Special
  • 1979 (Summer): first description of Boba Fett published in Bantha Tracks #5, the official Star Wars fan club newsletter
  • April 31, 1979: initial deadline for Kenner's mail-away "Boba Fett Offer," a free Boba Fett figure by mailing in four proofs-of-purchase; the figure was never sent due to a legal issue with the toy's rocket firing backpack accessory
  • 1978/1979: Robert Watts asks his half-brother, Jeremy Bulloch, to try on the costume; Peter Roy is said to have been asked beforehand, but had scheduling conflicts

1980s

  • May 1980: Marvel Special Edition 2: The Empire Strikes Back (May 1) and Marvel Comics Super Special Volume 1 #16 (May 20) both contain the first comic book appearance of Boba Fett
  • May 21, 1980: first film appearance of Boba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back
  • June 19, 1980: Boba Fett first published in a newspaper comic strip, "The Frozen World of Ota"
  • December 1980: Marvel's Star Wars #42 is thought of to be the first comic book appearance of Boba Fett, which is also hotly debated since it also came out in two other formats (see May 1980 above)
  • 1980: Boba Fett "rocket firing" action figure promoted but never released due to a recent toy safety lawsuit
  • 1981: Boba Fett's Slave I toy advertised on television
  • 1983: first reference to the Mandalorians in Marvel Comics Star Wars #68
  • May 25, 1983: premiere of Return of the Jedi, featuring Boba Fett, who eventually falls into the Sarlacc Pit
  • June 1983: Boba Fett featured in the Battle at Sarlacc's Pit board game
  • September 28, 1985: Boba Fett appears in the Droids cartoon series
  • 1988: Jodo Kast, a character presenting to be Boba Fett, appears in the RPG guidebook, Tatooine Manhunt

1990s

  • October 18, 1996: Return of the Jedi radio dramas are broadcast, with Ed Begley Jr. doing the voice of Boba Fett
  • 1997: Boba Fett is added to Episode IV: A New Hope for its "Special Edition," portrayed by Mark Austin

2000s

2010s

Contributors:

  • BFFC Admin

Contributors to this Fettpedia record • BFFC Admin

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