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Boba Fett #2: When The Fat Lady Swings

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Written by John Wagner. Art by Cam Kennedy. Cover by Mathieu Lauffray.

Timeline is Rise of the Empire Era (10 ABY).

From the publisher:

Throughout the vast reaches of the galaxy — wherever fugitives meet or lawbreakers conspire — one name is always uttered in hushed tones, a name guaranteed to strike fear into the stoutest heart: Boba Fett. His prices are exorbitant, but if you're looking for revenge, or if you're looking for protection, he'll get the job done. And if you're looking to reclaim your kidnapped fiance, the heiress to a Hutt's fortune, no price is too exorbitant.

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Release Date
September 18, 1996

Page Count
32

Retail Price
$3.95


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