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#3172: November 15, 2022

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Cobb Vanth wearing some of Boba Fett's "Return of the Jedi" armor, damaged by Sarlacc acid and scavenged by Jawas

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#2993: May 20, 2022

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Happy birthday Timothy Olyphant!

The actor played #CobbVanth – wearing some of #BobaFett's "Return of the Jedi" armor, damaged by the Sarlacc and found by Jawas – shown here next to #TheMandalorian

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#2866: January 13, 2022

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What did you think of #BobaFett's live-action Sarlacc escape?

Previously, in print, we had survival stories in Marvel's Star Wars #81 ("Jawas of Doom") in 1983, Dark Empire #4 in 1992, Dark Empire Sourcebook in 1993, Twin Engines of Destruction in 1995/96, Tales from Jabba's Palace in 1995, Tales of the Bounty Hunters in 1996, and the Bounty Hunter Wars trilogy in 1998/9 – each of which told a different legend

For more info on all of the above, see our list on BFFC:

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#2507: January 19, 2021

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"Return of the Jedi" Weekly #83 was released in the U.K. on this day in 1985, featuring the "Jawas of Doom" cover art by Tom Palmer.

The issue itself doesn't include any Fett fiction: it has parts of Star Wars #91, Star Wars #51, and a few other stories.

"Jawas of Doom" is truly contained in Star Wars #81 and has one of the "legendary" tales of Fett escaping (and falling back into) the Sarlacc.

For all Fett comics, stop by our "Bounty" database:

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#2218: April 5, 2020

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Did you know #BobaFett was rescued outside the Sarlacc pit by Jawas in Marvel #StarWars #81?

While this is one of many times in "Legends" where he survived, in the current canon, his fate is still up in the air:

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#2144: January 22, 2020

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"The End of Slave I" by Stéphane Poinsot

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#815: June 2, 2016

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#ThrowbackThursday: "Aftermath" by Chuck Wendig (2015) had Jawas come across Mandalorian armor after the Battle at Sarlacc Pit -- although it was not confirmed to be from #BobaFett.

"Picking Up The Pieces" by ChuckleTree is a humorous take on that moment in the book. Wendig's sequel to the book, #StarWars Life Debt, is coming out July 12, 2016.

For more about whether or not Boba Fett canonically survived the Sarlacc, see



#570: October 1, 2015

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#ThrowbackThursday: Han Solo, #BobaFett, and Princess Leia in Star Wars #81: "Jawas of Doom" (1984)

First, Jawas discover Fett survived the Sarlacc but has amnesia! Then they happen to run into #HanSolo and #PrincessLeia who are looking for R2! As if that wasn't enough, he barely recognized Solo just as he falls back into the pit in an out-of-control Sandcrawler! Now that's entertainment.

This re-touched panel comes from #StarWars Omnibus "A Long Time Ago..." Volume 4, which was published in 2011 by Dark Horse Comics.

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#82: May 31, 2014

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In Marvel's #StarWars #81 (1984), #BobaFett is found unconscious by Jawas outside the Sarlacc after The Battle of the Great Pit of Carkoon. #ExpandedUniverse stories like this are newly considered just stories and not within the official storyline for the saga.

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#50: April 29, 2014

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If the #ExpandedUniverse is out, we could still see #BobaFett escape the Sarlacc. The official storyline just won't mirror the variety of versions already: #Jawas, #Dengar, and/or being "simply indigestible." If the official word on the street is that the jetpack-clad bounty hunter is still officially down in the pit after this #ReturnOfTheJedi moment -- pictured here in a painting by Dave Dorman -- it could also mean that 1) he's not necessarily dead and 2) he could escape in one of the new Disney/Lucasfilm films. What do you think?

For more about George Lucas' opinion on whether or not Boba Fett is alive or dead, see how it's waivered over the years but ends up now in the "alive" column:


#35: April 14, 2014

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In Star Wars #81, #BobaFett flew right out of the #Sarlacc -- right after the "burp" and right before being found by #Jawas and suffering from memory loss! This panel features #illustration by Ron Frenz, Thomas Palmer, and Tom Mandrake. The #comic was written by Jo Duffy, published by #Marvel, and released in 1984.

For more about Boba Fett and the Sarlacc, including George Lucas' quoted perspective over the years on the matter, check out our
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