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Boba Gets Busted

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Sideshow Collectibles has done it again.

Boba Fett Life-Size Bust

As of February 18, 2010, a life-size bust of the legendary bounty hunter is available for pre-order. Priced at $800, it is definitely one of the more pricey Fett collectibles to be added to our bounty databanks. The bust weighs in at 35 pounds and stands 30 inches high.

Before its release, Sideshow released a teaser video for the bust featuring the statue and scenes from the films:

Boba Fett Life-Size Bust Teaser

As posted on their site:

Sideshow Collectibles is proud to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back with the Boba Fett Life-size Bust. Created in conjunction with Spectral Motion effects house, the Boba Fett Life-size Bust has been meticulously sculpted to capture every detail of the Mandalorian's iconic helmet. Each piece is individually painted and hand-finished, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles product. Complete with real fabric cape, the Boba Fett Life-size Bust is sure to become the premier addition to any Star Wars display.

This is not the first high-end piece of Fett merchandise to come from Sideshow. They also have a bronze statuette, toys, and several paintings available for purchase. Check out our bounty section for more information.


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