Upper Body

Blaster Rifle and Sidearm

Variants

"Concept" Boba Fett

2 sub-variants

"McQuarrie Concept" Boba Fett

"McQuarrie/Johnston Concept" Boba Fett


"Prototype" Boba Fett

Prototype Boba Fett
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Uzi-style blaster and smaller blaster with cradle

"Pre-Pro" Boba Fett

5 sub-variants

"Pre-Pro #1" Boba Fett

Pre-Pro #1 Boba Fett costume with #65 Sticker
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Small blaster with cradle

"Pre-Pro #2" Boba Fett

Pre-Pro 2 Boba Fett with Right Blaster Raised
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Small blaster with cradle

"Pre-Pro #3" Boba Fett

"Promo #1" Boba Fett

"Promo #2" Boba Fett


"Empire" Boba Fett

Boba Fett in "The Empire Strikes Back"
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EE-3 has a metal tube at the end and a strap, unlike "Return of the Jedi"
Scope is mounted more toward the front
Based on a WWI British Webley flare gun with the handle of an antique camera flash inserted into the barrel and a scope added (Source: Star Wars Insider #57)
In addition to an EE-3, "Empire" Boba Fett has a sidearm blaster

"Jedi" Boba Fett

Boba Fett on the Skiff, Alternate Angle Before Luke's...
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EE-3 has much darker with grooves on the barrel and no strap, unlike the "Empire Strikes Back"
Scope is mounted more toward the back
Unlike "Empire" Boba Fett, no sidearm blaster at all

"Special Edition" Boba Fett

2 sub-variants

"Star Wars: Special Edition" Boba Fett

"Return of the Jedi: Special Edition" Boba Fett


"Animated" Boba Fett

2 sub-variants

"Holiday" Boba Fett


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Amban phase-pulse blaster, initially called a two-pronged staff
Fett also has a Sacros K-11 blaster in the cartoon

"Droids" Boba Fett

C-3PO, Boba Fett and R2-D2 in Star Wars: Droids
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Shorter EE-3, only seen in promo art for the cartoon, but not the actual episode

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