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#1093: March 7, 2017

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Bossk  |  Thumbnail Dave Dorman

Dave Dorman did the cover of "#StarWars: The Bounty Hunters" in 2000, a trade paperback with "Twin Engines of Destruction."

The Marvel re-release is available online: http://amzn.to/2mR1II6

#BobaFett #Bossk #AurraSing #DarkHorseComics #DailyFett #PhotoOfTheDay #PicOfTheDay


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#1087: March 1, 2017

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In the middle of the era of #DarkHorseComics rocking official #BobaFett comics (1992 - 2013), they came up with this "open" sign for businesses to use back in 2006.

Scan courtesy of Matthew Wright (FettsBounty).

#StarWars #DailyFett #PhotoOfTheDay #PicOfTheDay


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#876: August 2, 2016

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#TriviaTuesday: Who was the antagonist in "#StarWars: #JangoFett" (2002)?

The art here is from the introductory pages of that graphic novel. You can find an original copy for about $5 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2a71iT1

You can also find the answer if you search http://bobafett.com/bounty/

#BobaFettFanClub #DarkHorseComics #RonMarz #TomFowler #Mandalorian #MandalorianWarrior #ExpandedUniverse #SWEU #NonCanon #StarWarsLegends


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#568: September 29, 2015

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#JangoFett and #BobaFett in #StarWars Tales #18 (2003)

Excerpt: * Boba: Father... Why?
* Jango: Save your questions.
* Boba (to himself): I understood by father's lesson: reflection is best kept for solitude, when the battle is won.

# This panel comes from the "Way of the Warrior" short story, which was written by Peter Alilunas, illustrated by Will Conrad and lettered by Michael Heisler. The issue was originally published by #DarkHorseComics in 2003. For more comics featuring Fett, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub


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#509: August 1, 2015

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#BobaFett by Ken Kelly, shown here in the trade paperback as a isolated layer of the cover for "Enemy of the Empire" #1. This comic takes place three years before "A New Hope." #

For more about this bundle, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/eote_tpb/

#StarWars #DarkHorseComics #BobaFettFanClub


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#489: July 12, 2015

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#HanSolo and #BobaFett face off in #StarWars Tales #11 (2002) during "Prey," a short story in the comic book that also involves #DarthVader.

This was one of five "Tales" comics where Fett appears: http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/tales_11/

Story and art by Kia Asamiya. Colors by Dave Stewart. Letters by Steve Dutro.

#DarkHorseComics #BobaFettFanClub


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#474: June 27, 2015

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The first "Blood Ties" series featured #BobaFett and #JangoFett, which was written by Tom Taylor and illustrated by Chris Scalf. Initially published by Dark Horse Comics in 2010, the series has not yet been digitally re-published by Marvel.

Pictures here is a panel from issue #3. Get the trade paperback for all four issues of the series: http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/blood-ties-tpb/

#StarWars #DarkHorseComics #BobaFettFanClub


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#358: March 3, 2015

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#TriviaTuesday: #BobaFett #1/2 ("Salvage") was originally, exclusively available from Wizard Magazine in 1997. One variant version had a gold cover, and both included a certificate of authenticity.

The comic was later included in the Enemy of the Empire trade paperback, published by Dark Horse Comics. Learn more in our Bounty database at http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/bf_half/

Wizard Magazine, which also handled Toyfare Magazine, often includes Fett references but folded in 2011. #starwars #comic #wizardmagazine #darkhorsecomics


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#330: February 3, 2015

View on InstagramFeaturing Thumbnail Sarlacc  |  Thumbnail Han Solo  |  Thumbnail Dengar  |  Thumbnail Cam Kennedy

#TriviaTuesday: #BobaFett after the Sarlacc in Dark Empire #4 (1992). "Confrontation on The Smuggler's Moon" was written by Tom Veitch and illustrated by Cam Kennedy.

Boba Fett: "Greetings, Solo."
Han Solo: "Boba Fett! But you're dead!"
Boba Fett: "The Sarlacc found me somewhat indigestible, Solo."

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/dark-empire_4/

#darkhorsecomics #starwars #bobafettfanclub


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#302: January 6, 2015

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#TriviaTuesday: "Boba Fett isn't available." #BobaFett pretended to be Sava Brec Madak in "Twin Engines of Destruction." For more artwork from the 1996 comic book, visit http://bobafett.com/multimedia/galleries/thumbnails.php?album=28

#darkhorsecomics #starwars #comic #art #bobafettfanclub


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#279: December 14, 2014

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#BobaFett, #HanSolo, and #LandoCalrissian -- all posing for a selfie.

Not exactly, but this was one of the more unconventional covers published by #DarkHorseComics over the course of their publishing of #StarWars comic books. Cover art for "Star Wars: Underworld" #1 (2000) was by Andrew Robinson with color by Dave Stewart.


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#254: November 19, 2014

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"That's why he's the best." #BobaFett wrapped up a great storyline -- outsmarting Bossk, Zuckuss, and 4-LOM -- in the six-part "Shadows of the Empire" comic adaptation written by John Wagner. Pencils by Kilian Plunkett & John Nadeau, ink by P. Craig Russell, and color by Cary Porter. Published throughout 1996 by Dark Horse Comics.

#starwars #comics #bountyhunters #darkhorsecomics #bobafettfanclub


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#251: November 16, 2014

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One of the humorous moments between Han Solo and Boba Fett in the classic serial "#StarWars Comic Strip."

This storyline first introduced #BobaFett to newspaper print on June 19, 1980. Much later, it was re-touched and re-printed by #DarkHorseComics for "Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 9" as well as "Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures Volume 4."

Check out some of the original newspaper clippings at http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/the-frozen-world-of-ota/


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#250: November 15, 2014

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"This is my face." -- #BobaFett

(This marks our 250th post in just as many days -- whoop whoop!)

#starwars #darkhorsecomics #andymangels #dengergotcroppedagain #bobafettfanclub


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#171: August 28, 2014

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#ThrowbackThursday: #DarkHorseComics upgraded the original #StarWars newspaper comic strip by Russ Manning / Al Williamson. This trade paperback release includes #BobaFett's first newspaper comic appearance. The storyline was called "The Frozen World of Ota" and was first published on June 19, 1980. (In case you're curious, Boba Fett's actual debut comic book appearance came a month earlier in May.) For more Boba Fett comics new and old, see http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/.


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#128: July 16, 2014

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Back in 1999, #DarkHorseComics published the 4-part "Enemy of the Empire" story under their on-going #BobaFett series of comic books. Fett is pictured here with Selestrine in issue number 3. Artwork by Ian Gibson (pencils), Jim Amash (inks), and Brian Gregory (color rendering). For more about this issue, stop by http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/eote_3/


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#63: May 12, 2014

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#StarWars "Shadows of the Empire" included this cover artwork by Australian artist Hugh Fleming. The second issue -- published by #DarkHorseComics in 1997 -- features #PrinceXizor, #LukeSkywalker, #PrincessLeia, #Chewbacca, and of course #BobaFett.

For more, visit the Bounty database entry at http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sote_2/


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#25: April 4, 2014

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Jodo Kast

#JodoKast and #BobaFett faced off in "Twin Engines of Destruction," a 4-part comic in 1996 in the short-lived Topps #StarWars Galaxy Magazine. The story was written by Andy Mangels, who also wrote the initial Jaster Mereel / Concord Dawn backstory, since thrown out the window by the prequel storylines. The comic was reprinted by #DarkHorseComics individually and then in a trade paperback collection called "The Bounty Hunters" in 2000.

For more about the comic and its significance, visit:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/twin-engines-of-destruction/


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#23: April 2, 2014

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Dave Dorman  |  Thumbnail Han Solo

#HanSolo and #BobaFett share a glare in this #DarkHorseComics cover by Dave Dorman, "Dark Empire II #4." The artist has painted many iconic and coveted prints of the bounty hunter. Do you have a favorite?

See all of Dave Dorman's Boba Fett #artwork at:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/multimedia/galleries/thumbnails.php?album=68


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#19: March 29, 2014

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The original, weekly "#StarWars Comic Strip" included a storyline called "The Frozen World of Ota," which first introduced #BobaFett to print on June 19, 1980. Almost every day later, he appeared again until the end of the run on August 10, 1980. The #comic from writer Russ Manning and artist Al Williamson was mostly black-and-white with weekends printed in color within the newspaper. The story was later re-published in full color by #DarkHorseComics in "Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 9." http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/classic_9/


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#17: March 27, 2014

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Cam Kennedy's cover for #BobaFett #1 ("Bounty on Bar-Kooda"), the first of many mini series #comics from #DarkHorseComics featuring a very #cool, very #mysterious, and very #authentic characterization of the #bountyhunter.

For more Boba Fett comics, check out our database of records:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/