Topic: Variations of Boba Fett's "Special Edition" Costume

We recently shared a publicity/promotional photo of Boba Fett circa the 1997 Special Editions:

http://photos-d.ak.instagram.com/hphotos-ak-xaf1/10693513_809071532476747_133307465_n.jpg

As you can see, he has a tube on his arm, presumably from the jetpack to his flamethrower gauntlet. His formal "Empire" and "Jedi" costumes did not have this.

Thoughts?

aaron@bobafettfanclub.com

Re: Variations of Boba Fett's "Special Edition" Costume

The tube explains the fuel source, but only if its a new flame thrower instead of the original. And since it was a more advanced time maybe it was some kind of weapon that takes what's in the air and makes it combust into flames.

Re: Variations of Boba Fett's "Special Edition" Costume

schenk27 wrote:

The tube explains the fuel source, but only if its a new flame thrower instead of the original. And since it was a more advanced time maybe it was some kind of weapon that takes what's in the air and makes it combust into flames.

Good points, schenk27! And welcome to BFFC!

aaron@bobafettfanclub.com

Re: Variations of Boba Fett's "Special Edition" Costume

Did anyone else notice that Boba doesn't have his skull emblem on his left shoulder armor in the special edition of Star Wars?