Features several Boba Fett articles including:
* a one-page interview with Jeremy Bulloch
* a multi-page interview with Daniel Logan about his role as Young Boba Fett in The Clone Wars animated series
* a multi-page article by Leeland Y. Chee on Boba Fett and his history
Excerpt of Chee's retrospective:
The tangled past of Boba Fett is a striking example of just how messy Star Wars Expanded University continuity can get. His early life remained a mystery until the mid-1990s, when clues to his past as a Journeyman Protector from Concord Dawn became his official back-story for a time. But when Episode II revealed Boba Fett as the unaltered clone of a bounty hunter named Jango Fett, his past had to be completely rewritten. In celebration of Boba Fett's appearance in The Clone Wars animated series, Insider takes a look back at over 30 years of Boba Fett's ever changing history.
* November 1978: The Star Wars Holiday Special
* 1979: Kenner mail-away
* May 1980: The Empire Strikes Back
* June 1980: "The Frozen World of Ota"
* February 1983: Star Wars #68
* September 1985: Droids "A Race to the Finish"
* November 1994: Star Wars Galaxy trading card by Dan Brereton
* November 1995: Essential Guide to Characters
* December 1996: Tales of the Bounty Hunters
* January/February 1997: Star Wars: A New Hope and Return of the Jedi Special Editions
* April 1997: Shadows of the Empire
* March 1998: Rebel Dawn
* July 1998: The Mandalorian Armor
* April 1999: Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire
* 1999-2002: Jango Fett: Open Seasons
* December 2000: Star Wars Underworld
* March 2001: Star Wars Tales #7
* March 2002: Jango Fett and Zam Wesell one-shots
* April 2002: Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive
* May 2002: Attack of the Clones
* August 2002: Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back #2
* January 2003: Star Wars Empire #4: "Betrayal"
* April/May 2003: Episode II Adventures #4 and #5
* April/July 2005: Last of the Jedi #1 and #2
* July 2009: The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars