"This doesn't concern you, Jedi. Just walk away." — Boba Fett, Jedi Academy

Boba Fett Costume

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"Concept" Boba Fett

Early 1978

This costume type has 2 sub-variants

  • "McQuarrie Concept" Boba Fett
  • "McQuarrie/Johnston Concept" Boba Fett

Overview

The Ralph McQuarrie Concept Fett evolved the "supertrooper" character in early drafts of "The Empire Strikes Back" into the more unique character of Boba Fett. Ralph McQuarrie contributed several concept sketches and paintings of Boba Fett (wearing a Western-style brown poncho) as well as his ship, Slave I. One variant of McQuarrie's version is a red triangle pointing down on the helmet above the visor, which you can often see in McQuarrie Fett collectibles. Joe Johnston also evolved the design of this look and the two sometimes share a credit for Fett's evolution in this stage.


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"McQuarrie Concept" Boba Fett

Early 1978

Upper Body

    Helmet

    • Boba Fett Concept by Ralph McQuarrie
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      Rangefinder is on the left ear or right ear of the helmet, depending on the sketch number

    Jetpack

    • Boba Fett Prototype Sketch
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      White

    Symbols

    • No shoulder symbol


"McQuarrie/Johnston Concept" Boba Fett

Early 1978

Upper Body



Boba Fett


"Concept" Boba Fett

Early 1978

2 sub-variants


"Pre-Pro" Boba Fett

Mid 1978

5 sub-variants


"Animated" Boba Fett

Late 1978 and 1985

2 sub-variants


"Special Edition" Boba Fett

1997

2 sub-variants