No glue model kit. Small standee. Sold in the UK.
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Boba Fett construction Kit Figure is made from a single die-cut A5 sheet of foam core board Star Wars glueless model kit.
Boba Fett appears extensively in the Star Wars Expanded Universe of novels, comic books, and video games. The young adult Boba Fett book series released after Attack of the Clones depicts Fett taking his father’s ship and armor to begin his own bounty-hunting career. Some Expanded Universe stories released before Attack of the Clones depict other accounts of Fett’s origins. These stories include him being a stormtrooper who killed his commanding officer; a leader of the fabled Mandalorian warriors; and Jaster Mereel, a “Journeyman Protector” convicted of treason. Karen Traviss’ novel Bloodlines (2006), published four years after Attack of the Clones’ release, states that Fett seeded some of these “false” backstories himself.
Fett appears as a child in the CGI/animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. He appears in Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series. Video games and books depict Fett’s work as a bounty hunter, for which he charges “famously expensive” fees and that he undertakes only when the mission meets “his harsh sense of justice.” K. W. Jeter’s Bounty Hunter Wars trilogy (1998–1999) depicts Fett as more communicative than in the films because the books’ plots require Fett to show “an ability to convince people as well as kill them.” Works such as Dark Horse Comics’ Dark Empire series (1991–1992) describe Fett escaping from the sarlacc. In the Legacy of the Force series (2006–2008), Jaina Solo asks Boba Fett to train her to help her defeat her corrupted brother and ends up helping fight against Jacen Solo’s troops.
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