The Boba Fett Fan Club is the premiere destination for fans of the bounty hunter Boba Fett from Star Wars
Established in 1996, BFFC is the oldest Boba Fett site
and the most popular single Star Wars character site,
representing fans and counting.
BFFC has been featured in print, on television, in books, and even the front page of a major website.
Behind the Site
BFFC is a team effort of volunteers around the world.
Founder / Editor
Aaron Proctor aka BFFC Admin
Steering Committee / Editors
"Behind The Mask" Talent
We've also been fortunate to have support and exclusive content from four Fetts:
Jeremy "Boba Fett" Bulloch
Daniel "Young Boba Fett" Logan
John "Bespin Boba Fett" Morton
Mark "ANH:SE Boba Fett" Austin
View All Volunteers
For our 20th, 21st, and 23rd anniversaries, we worked with Boba Fett fan and illustrator Jason Goad to come up with some designs for a charity fundraiser. All of the proceeds are donated to Jeremy Bulloch's favorite charity, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
History of BFFC
The Boba Fett Fan Club started on July 4, 1996 as single web page for a monthly Boba Fett e-mail newsletter called "The Hunter's Journal." After quickly gaining subscribers, its own website followed, along with working with other Boba Fett and Star Wars fan sites. It's never stopped growing, evolving, and reaching fans — new and old.View Our 20+ History
Our global audience is nearly half a million people per year. That's not your average Star Wars website. There are over 100,000 fans of the fan club. We've been online for nearly a quarter century.View Our Media Kit
Making this website takes a lot of effort. Here are some of the tools that we use:
Creative Direction and Web Services
Site by FWD:labs
Custom Web Applications
Bounty is a collectibles database with categories, search, and lists
Follow Fett is a calendar database with individuals and locations
Caption Contest is a photo database with comments and voting
Fettpedia is a knowledge base, much like a wiki
Image Galleries is a media manager with albums and popularity tracking