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#3250: February 1, 2023

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Coming this April, #BobaFett is back in a new canon comic, #StarWars: Hyperspace Stories #7

Shown here is the Cary Nord variant cover, recently revealed in Previews magazine

More info on BFFC: https://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/hyperspace-stories-7-cary-nord-variant/

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#3211: December 24, 2022

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On this day in 2003, five short #BobaFett stories were published in #StarWars Tales #18

Cover by Cam Kennedy with colors by Chris Blythe

More info on BFFC: https://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/tales_18/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#3192: December 5, 2022

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27 years ago today, #BobaFett was a force to be reckoned with in "Boba Fett #1: Bounty on Bar-Kooda"

Written by John Wagner, illustrated by Cam Kennedy, and published by Dark Horse Comics

Along with many other comics, this one is getting republished by Marvel in a new omnibus coming in 2023 – more info on BFFC: https://bobafett.club/9tk45

#BobaFettFanClub #StarWars #DailyFett


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#3141: October 15, 2022

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Happy birthday Cam Kennedy!

The illustrator was behind #BobaFett's post-Sarlacc resurrection in 1992's "Dark Empire" series, re-appearances in 1995's "Dark Empire II" series, and then starring roles in Fett-centric comics in the late 90s and early 00s ("Bounty on Bar-Kooda," "When the Fat Lady Swings" [shown here], "Murder Most Foul," "Agent of Doom," and "Sacrifice")

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#3100: September 4, 2022

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#JangoFett: Open Seasons #4 – written by Haden Blackman and illustrated by Ramon F. Bachs – was published on this day in 2002 by Dark Horse Comics

The 4-part series was most recently republished (and retouched) by Marvel in 2018 in trade paperback form, after Dark Horse collected it up in 2003 and 2009; see BFFC for more info at https://bobafett.club/37qk1

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#3018: June 14, 2022

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#BobaFett and his private army of Mandalorians in #StarWars Tales #18 (2003)

See https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/tales_18/ for more info on the comic with four "legendary" short stories

#StarWars #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2974: May 1, 2022

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Released on this day in 2002, "Star Wars: #JangoFett Open Seasons #1" featured words by Haden Blackman and art by Ramon F. Bachs

More info on #BobaFettFanClub: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/jango-fett-open-seasons-1/

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#2732: September 1, 2021

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On October 1, 1996, the final issue of #StarWars: Shadows of the Empire was published by Dark Horse Comics, featuring this outro for #BobaFett

To be determined if the virtually identical War of the Bounty Hunters storyline from Marvel – still going on now through October 2021 – will wrap up with this kind of respect for Boba Fett

Art: Kilian Plunkett and John Nadeau with ink by P. Craig Russell and color by Cary Porter, retouched by Marvel circa 2015

#DailyFett


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#2699: July 30, 2021

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Favorite "War of the Bounty Hunters #3" cover?

From left to right: David Nakayama, Declan Shalvey, Jonboy Meyers, Tyler Kirkham, Steve McNiven, and Erik M. Gist

More info on BFFC, including how to track these down right now: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFett #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2692: July 23, 2021

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Fresh pic of Boba "Fresh"

Yesterday, we got to share the first look at the newsstand cover of Star Wars Insider #206, on sale October 26th

Subscribe: https://titan-comics.com/insider/

The issue features #BobaFett's top ten memorable moments, #Lucasfilm at 50, #StarWars: #TheHighRepublic fiction, a Misty Rosas interview, and more

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2691: July 22, 2021

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We're proud to officially announce that the "#WarOfTheBountyHunters #3" variant cover by Erik M. Gist will be exclusively available from IGComicStore on Friday, July 30 at 10am Central: https://bobafett.club/mj531

According to the comic store, there will only be this textless ("virgin") format and it's limited to only 800 hand selected copies

#BobaFett #DarthVader #StarWars #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2686: July 17, 2021

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#JangoFett's backstory had some sad moments that changed his life, like being the sole survivor of the True Mandalorians shown here in the "legends" comic published on this day in 2002, Star Wars: Jango Fett Open Seasons #3

The original publication from Dark Horse Comics was touched up with fresh color in the Marvel re-prints, most recently gathered up in the 2018 trade paperback as noted on BFFC: https://bobafett.club/37qk1

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#2640: June 1, 2021

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Long before #WarOfTheBountyHunters, we had a very similar storyline in #ShadowsOfTheEmpire and on this day in 1996, the second issue of the "legendary" short series was published

Written by John Wagner, illustrated by Kilian Plunkett, inked by P. Craig Russell, colored by Cary Porter, and published by Dark Horse Comics

#BobaFett #Bossk #Zuckuss #StarWars #DailyFett


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#2630: May 22, 2021

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Paolo Villanelli

Even more variant covers now for #WarOfTheBountyHunters #1 (not Alpha #1): https://bobafett.club/wotbh1variants

The one in the middle by Tyler Kirkham is up for pre-order starting today at 11am Pacific; the one on the far left Carlo Pagulayan has a textless ("virgin") version limited to just 501 copies; second from the left is by Matthew DiMasi aka Shattered Comics, an homage to the vintage Star Wars #42 cover; right of center is by John McCrea and has a limited edition of 1980; and far right is by Paolo Villanelli, who is the artist behind Star Wars: Bounty Hunters

#StarWars #BobaFett #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2606: April 28, 2021

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On this day in 1999, Dark Horse Comics published #BobaFett: Enemy of the Empire #4 with cover art by Ken Kelly

Marvel re-published the "legends" in their Epic Collection: The Empire Volume 4 trade paperback; we have more info on it over on BFFC at https://bobafett.club/d7312

#StarWars #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2595: April 17, 2021

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Tommy Lee Edwards' latest #BobaFett piece is one of the variant covers for War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha #1 (2021), exclusively available from Ultimate Comics in "trade dress" (https://bobafett.club/86t3s) and bundled versions (https://bobafett.club/fq6xd)

Star Wars Empire #28 (2004) also featured a Fett cover by the same artist

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#2592: April 14, 2021

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Which ones are your fav new "War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha #1" variants versus the regular (center)?

Top left clockwise: Sara Pichelli, Marco Turini, David Nakayama, InHyuk Lee, Mico Suayan, Bernard Chang, Jan Duursema, and Giuseppe Camuncoli (in the all black armor).

More info on BFFC, including how to order these as early as today: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFett #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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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: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFett #HanSolo #PrincessLeia #BobaFettFanClub #StarWars #DailyFett


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#2459: December 2, 2020

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What's your favorite #BobaFett comic of all time?

One fan favorite is shown here: #StarWars: Age of Rebellion Boba Fett #1 (2019) featuring art by Marc Laming, color by Neeraj Menon, and words by Greg Pak

For a full list of every Boba Fett comic, you can find it on BFFC: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2398: October 2, 2020

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Marvel's #StarWars Legends Epic Collection: The Menace Revealed Volume 1 was published on this day in 2018

Touched up a little digitally, it shares the same cover by Ramon F. Bachs originally done for Star Wars: #JangoFett Open Seasons #1, published by Dark Horse Comics in 2002

For more info on the massive 480-page trade paperback, it's on BFFC: https://bobafett.club/37qk1

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2380: September 14, 2020

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Dress for the job you want

#BobaFett getting ready in #StarWars Tales #18 (2003)

See https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/tales_18/ for more info

#MandalorianMonday #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2355: August 20, 2020

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With a cover based on vintage artwork by Gene Day, #StarWars Legends Epic Collection: The Original Marvel Years Volume 4 (center; released one year ago on this day) collected vintage Star Wars comics #56-73 (plus some additional issues), a span which includes #BobaFett and other original Mandalorians like Tobbi Dala and Fenn Shysa in Star Wars #68 (right; original Gene Day cover).

You can get the version in the middle for 30% off on Amazon: https://bobafett.club/eoymh

Earlier in 2015, the Star Wars: The Original Marvel Years Omnibus Volume 2 (left) featured a larger scale and hardcover version of the same thing as the "Epic Collection."

#DailyFett


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#2350: August 15, 2020

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"Galaxy's Deadliest" is the name for the #StarWars: Bounty Hunters Volume 1 Trade Paperback (left), collecting the first five issues of the still-going series. Bounty Hunters #1 (right) is now getting a third printing, featuring this slightly different color from the second printing's variant cover.

For all Fett comics, including how to get these and when they're getting published: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2348: August 13, 2020

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On this day in 1997, Dark Horse Comics published the third issue of the first #BobaFett mini-series, featuring cover art by Mathieu Lauffray and interior art by Cam Kennedy

For a list of all Fett comics, see https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#StarWars #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2314: July 10, 2020

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Published on this day in 2002, #StarWars: Infinities - The Empire Strikes Back #1 featured an unmasked, mid-30s #BobaFett for the first time after "Attack of the Clones" truly unmasked the mysterious bounty hunter.

This issue was written by Dave Land with pencils by Davide Fabbri, inks by Christian Dalla Vecchia, and colors by Dan Jackson. For more Fett comics, check out a section for that on the BFFC website: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2301: June 27, 2020

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#BobaFett appeared prominently for 42 days of "The Frozen World of Ota," the official Star Wars newspaper strip, including this panel that was originally B&W on June 27, 1980.

On the left is the 1995 version done by Dark Horse Comics for "Classic #StarWars: The Early Adventures #9" (1995), which was the basis for the re-prints in "Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures Volume 4" (2012) and "Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Volume 1" (2017).

See BFFC for more: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/the-frozen-world-of-ota/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2295: June 21, 2020

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Happy Father's Day!

More info on the 2002 graphic novel written by Ron Marz with art by Tom Fowler: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/jango_gn/

#JangoFett #BobaFett #StarWars #DailyFett


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#2293: June 19, 2020

Today is the anniversary of #BobaFett's first appearance in a newspaper comic, back in 1980 within the official Star Wars comic strip that ran from 1979 until 1984

Re-published multiple times since then, "Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Volume 1" (2017), which is currently almost 20% off on Amazon: https://amzn.to/37IEmsx

Helmet nod to Christopher DeLong for helping track down the quality scan

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#2291: June 17, 2020

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Ramon F. Bachs' cover for #JangoFett Open Seasons #2, published on this day in 2002 by Dark Horse Comics

The artwork was touched up by Marvel for the 2018 "legends" re-release; see BFFC for more info at https://bobafett.club/37qk1

#StarWars #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2261: May 18, 2020

On this day in 2011, the trade paperback for "#StarWars: Blood Ties - A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett" was published by Dark Horse Comics

See https://bobafett.club/bloodties on BFFC for more info on this collection of four comics, written by Tom Taylor and illustrated by Chris Scalf

#JangoFett #BobaFett #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2221: April 8, 2020

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#StarWars: Bounty Hunters #3 was supposed to come out today, but it appears delayed a week and may be a digital release only at first

Here are the covers for #4 and #5, which are also likely to be delayed due to COVID-19

For more on the series with #BobaFett, Valance (not Terminator), and Bossk, visit https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#2173: February 20, 2020

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"This is my face" -- #BobaFett

What a line by Andy Mangels for "Twin Engines of Destruction," originally published in 1995/1996 in Topps #StarWars Galaxy Magazine, and later reprinted by Dark Horse Comics and Marvel Comics

#Dengar #DailyFett


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#2165: February 12, 2020

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Which one is your favorite?

3 of 6 covers for "#StarWars: Bounty Hunters #1" coming March 11 from Marvel by artists Michael Golden (left), Dave Johnson (middle), and Kaare Andrews (right)

See https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/star-wars-bounty-hunters-1/ for more info on them all

#BobaFett #DailyFett


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#2096: December 5, 2019

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Careful, #BobaFett can hear a pin drop on the next planet

Boba Fett #1 (re-published in "Death, Lies and Treachery" and the "Star Wars Omnibus: Boba Fett") was first published on this day in 1995 by Dark Horse Comics

Written by John Wagner with art by Cam Kennedy

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#2019: September 19, 2019

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What if this was a post-credit scene for Return of the Jedi?

Art by Matt Strott (https://www.instagram.com/mesycomics/)

#BobaFett #StarWars #FanArt #DailyFett


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#1971: August 2, 2019

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Dengar  |  Thumbnail Sarlacc  |  Thumbnail Cam Kennedy

"The Sarlacc found me somewhat indigestible, Solo"

This non-canon moment comes from the 1992 #StarWars comic called Dark Empire #4, written by Tom Veitch with art by Cam Kennedy

More about it on BFFC: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/dark-empire_4/

Bonus: notice the typo where it was spelled Sarlaac

#FettFriday #BobaFett #Dengar #BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#1885: May 8, 2019

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#StarWars: Age Of Rebellion - #BobaFett #1 is out now

Written by Greg Pak with illustration by Marc Laming and color by Neeraj Menon

This is the first Boba Fett title ever from Marvel and the first one since Dark Horse Comics wrapped the last of several in 2012

#DailyFett


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#1864: April 17, 2019

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All four covers for #StarWars: Age of Rebellion - #BobaFett #1 have been revealed

From left to right: "concept" variant cover by Ralph McQuarrie, "movie" variant cover, main cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson, and "puzzle piece" variant cover by Mike McKone

The one-shot issue written by Greg Pak with art by Marc Laming is coming May 8th

See more on BFFC: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#1823: March 7, 2019

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#BobaFett vs. #DarthVader in "#StarWars Tales" #11

Later in the comic, Fett uses a lightsaber he took from a Jedi he killed

"Prey" was written and pencilled by Kia Asamiya, with color by Dave Stewart, and was published by Dark Horse Comics in 2002

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#1786: January 29, 2019

How much do you think it costs to hire Boba Fett?

Written by Thomas Andrews (#StarWars: Empire) and illustrated by Francisco Ruiz Velasco (Lone Wolf 2100), this one-shot comic called "#BobaFett: Overkill" was published by Dark Horse Comics in 2006

More info on BFFC: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/boba-fett_overkill/

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett


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#1780: January 23, 2019

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"#BobaFett: Ghosts of Galidraan" by NerdPromComics

See more pages of the fan comic on Tumblr: https://bobafettfancomic.tumblr.com

#StarWars #FanArt #DailyFett


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#1743: December 17, 2018

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Back in 2012, Dark Horse Comics published the #StarWars Blood Ties "#BobaFett Is Dead" mini-series with cover art by Chris Scalf

You can get the 4-issue trade paperback on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2LkCD1h

Note: in the current canon, Boba Fett is neither dead nor alive

#StarWars #MandalorianMonday #DailyFett


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#1711: November 15, 2018

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#ThrowbackThursday: That time when #BobaFett was accused of once being a Stormtrooper who murdered his superior officer!

Words by Tom Veitch with art by Cam Kennedy, Dark Empire II was published by Dark Horse Comics in 1995.

More Boba Fett comics: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/


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#1422: January 30, 2018

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Young Boba Fett: "Daddy! I'm so glad you're home."

Jango Fett: "So am I."

This comes from the "Jango Fett" graphic novel published by Dark Horse Comics in 2002, which is still available in its original paperback form via Amazon: http://amzn.to/2FsUYW2

#StarWars #BobaFett #JangoFett #DailyFett


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#1415: January 23, 2018

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#TriviaTuesday: The color of #JodoKast shifted a little between the 1997 Dark Horse Comics single issue release and the 2015 Marvel digital re-print of "Twin Engines of Destruction," one of the best #BobaFett comics ever.

Helmet nod to Jaycepticon for asking us about it recently. Note that Boba Fett and just about everything else also changed between the editions, too.

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#1319: October 19, 2017

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#ThrowbackThursday: #BobaFett by John Cassaday in the fifth issue of #Marvel's 2015 #StarWars comic reboot

More: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/star-wars-5/

#DailyFett #BobaFettFanClub


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#1290: September 20, 2017

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#HanSolo and #BobaFett in "Frozen World of Ota"

You can easily get this 1997 Dark Horse Comics trade paperback version on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2wvZwe8

The original black-and-white #StarWars newspaper strip was written by Russ Manning with art by Al Williamson

#DailyFett


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#1285: September 15, 2017

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#FettFriday: #DarthVader vs. #BobaFett in "Enemy of the Empire" #4

Published by Dark Horse Comics in 1999, this cover art was done by Ken Kelly

For more Fett comics: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#StarWars #DailyFett


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#1275: September 5, 2017

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#TriviaTuesday: Thanks to #BobaFett, #DarthVader learns that Luke Skywalker is his son

More comics with Boba Fett, including this moment in "Darth Vader #6 in 2015: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #StarWars #DailyFett


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#1240: August 1, 2017

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#BobaFett vs. #JodoKast

Best #StarWars mini series ever? Some would say "Twin Engines of Destruction."

Written by Andy Mangels, penciled by John Nadeau, inked by Jordi Ensign, colored by Cary Porter, and edited by Peet Janes for Dark Horse Comics within Topps Star Wars Galaxy Magazine in 1996.

#DailyFett


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#1216: July 8, 2017

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Originally published in 1999 by Dark Horse Comics, "#StarWars: Return of the Jedi - Manga" was more recently re-printed by Marvel with the "Legends" label.

More: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/manga-star-wars-return-of-the-jedi-1/

Illustrated by Shin-Ichi Hiromoto, #BobaFett is drawn almost always with his helmet antenna on the wrong side -- except here on the cover by Adam Warren.

#DailyFett #BobaFettFanClub #PhotoOfTheDay #PicOfTheDay


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#1213: July 5, 2017

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#BobaFett in the "Return of the Jedi" re-mastered version from Marvel in 2015.

This version features more modern color by Sotocolor, embellishing the vintage #StarWars newspaper comic strip art by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson.

More info: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/marvel-return-of-the-jedi-2015/

This angle with #PrincessLeia also appears in the film as well, although it's easy to miss.

#DailyFett #PhotoOfTheDay #PicOfTheDay


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#1162: May 15, 2017

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"Does anyone know why we call it Fett Club?" "It is the clan name of the last surviving #Mandalorian -- the greatest of all assassins, #JangoFett!"

One of the over-the-top "legend" stories in #StarWars Tales #24 (2005), first published by Dark Horse Comics and then recently re-released by Marvel.

For more Tales issues with Fett: https://bobafett.club/qw2nu

#MandalorianMonday #DailyFett


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#1156: May 9, 2017

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#TriviaTuesday: We saw another side of #BobaFett with Xasha in #StarWars "The Force Unleashed 2" (2010). Did it throw off the Sintas Vel storyline for you?

More info: https://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/star-wars-the-force-unleashed-2-tpb/

#DailyFett #PicOfTheDay #PhotoOfTheDay


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#1120: April 3, 2017

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#MandalorianMonday: #BobaFett in "Return of the Jedi" Comic Adaptation

The 2015 remastered hardcover reprint added fresh color by Sotocolor to the original 1983 comics "Return of the Jedi" #1-4 by Archie Goodwin, Al Williamson, Carlos Garzon, and Ron Frenz.

More info: https://bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/marvel-return-of-the-jedi-2015/

#Marvel #StarWars #Vintage #Chewbacca #HanSolo #BobaFettFanClub


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#1111: March 25, 2017

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Even though these Return of the Jedi weeklies were magazine-style collections of #Marvel #StarWars comics released in the U.K. in the 80s, they sometimes went for photographic covers rather than your typical illustrations.

You knew you were in for an extra good time if they flipped Fett... or if hula hoops and BMX bikes are your thing.

For more up close, visit https://bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/search/?q=weekly&cat_id=7

#BobaFettFanClub #DailyFett #PicOfTheDay #PhotoOfTheDay


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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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#969: November 3, 2016

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#ThrowbackThursday: #BobaFett on the cover of Return of the Jedi Weekly #23, a U.K. collection of #StarWars Marvel comics published back in 1983.

Pop quiz: do you know the name of the character standing next to him?

(Scan courtesy of bipcomics.com.)

#dailyfett #picoftheday #photooftheday


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#960: October 25, 2016

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#BobaFett vs. #Batman by Ceasar Ian Muyuela (aka Wizyakuza)

More Fett prints by this artist for sale on his site: http://wizyakuza.myshopify.com/search?q=fett

#StarWars #FanArt #DCComics #MarvelComics #PicOfTheDay #PhotoOfTheDay


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#897: August 23, 2016

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How do you think #BobaFett should escape the Almighty Sarlacc?

Artist Jonathan Lau presents Fett emerging victorious.

In the new canon, he's neither dead nor alive. See http://j.mp/BobaFettDeadOrAlive for a crash course, including old comics, recent video games, and new books.

#TriviaTuesday #SchrodingersFett #BobaFettFanClub #PicOfTheDay #PhotoOfTheDay #Day897 #DailyFett


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#893: August 19, 2016

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#FettFriday: Never talk bad behind #BobaFett's back.

This panel comes from "Boba Fett #1: Bounty on Bar-Kooda" released in 1995, illustrated by Cam Kennedy, written by John Wagner, and published by Dark Horse Comics. The series was collected in a trade paperback in 1998 ("Death, Lies, and Treachery") and 2010 ("#StarWars Omnibus: Boba Fett").

For all comics with Fett, stop by http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub


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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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#844: July 1, 2016

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#FettFriday: "#StarWars Blood Ties - #BobaFett Is Dead #1" cover by Chris Scalf.

Spoiler alert: Fett is neither dead nor alive in the new canon. Get your Fett facts at http://j.mp/BobaFettDeadOrAlive

For more about Blood Ties volume 1 and 2, stop by http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub


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#820: June 7, 2016

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#LukeSkywalker: "A Jedi... can feel the Force... flowing through him."
#BobaFett: "Feel this."

#StarWars #6, which came out this month last year, was written by Jason Aaron with art by John Cassaday.

For all Fett comics, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub


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#797: May 15, 2016

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#BobaFett and his (non-canon) wife Sintas Vel in #StarWars Tales #7.

This panel comes from the short story "Outbid But Never Outgunned" from 2001.

Marvel recently re-printed this in their Tales Volume 2 "Legends" collection, released on February 5, 2015. The first edition was released in 2002 by Dark Horse Comics.

For more Boba Fett comics, see what we've put together at http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub


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#659: December 29, 2015

View on Instagram  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Cam Kennedy

#TriviaTuesday: according to "legends" (read: expanded universe), #BobaFett didn't always work for the bad guys. Some of his allure was boosted by this extra depth to his character, which we sure hope finds its way into the new canon.

This panel comes from Dark Empire II, which Dark Horse Comics originally published in 1995. The artwork is by Cam Kennedy and the writing is by Tom Veitch.

For more Boba Fett comics, see what we tracked down: http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/ (Scan courtesy of kewlstuff4kewlkidz on Tumblr.) #StarWars #BobaFettFanClub


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#644: December 14, 2015

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#MandalorianMonday: Who was #BobaFett's most worthy rival? In "Twin Engines of Destruction," bounty hunter #JodoKast was certainly a contender.

For more about the 1997 classic, which Marvel is bringing back for re-prints, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/twin-engines-of-destruction/. The one-shot was also included in Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The New Republic Volume 1 (2015), Star Wars Omnibus: Boba Fett (2010), and The Bounty Hunters Trade Paperback (2000), as well as of course its original debut in Topps Star Wars Galaxy Magazine.

(Helmet nod to BFFC fan Gustavo Perez for inspiring today's picture.)


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#643: December 13, 2015

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Remember this #BobaFett vs. #Dengar and #Bossk moment from "Shadows of the Empire?" This painting by Greg and Tim Hildebrandt was used for the spin-off story's Topps #StarWars trading card series, specifically Dark Horse Comics card 2 of 6.


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#611: November 11, 2015

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#BobaFett by Lee Kohse.

This limited edition print is for this weekend's "The Force For Kids" event, happening at Southern California Comics in San Diego, California this Saturday, 11/14. It's not for sale: he's only accepting new, unwrapped toy donations in trade for a print.

If you're not in the area, you have another option. Become a Patron supporter of Lee's via https://www.patreon.com/posts/force-for-toys-3726274 at any level and then get in touch with him directly. Via a separate donation through PayPal, he'll go pick up a toy for charity on your behalf and mail you a print.

The fundraiser benefits the Padres Contra El Cancer charity.


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#607: November 7, 2015

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"Fett's Not Dead" is a new #BobaFett-inspired design, now available on apparel via TeePublic: http://j.mp/1XVRvms

The design comes from BluGhost aka Ryan Spencer, who makes the "Mini-Wars" #StarWars figurines, and has a design giving a nod to Image Comics' The Walking Dead #48. (Footnote: Is Boba Fett dead or alive? In the new canon, it's neither. See http://j.mp/BobaFettDeadOrAlive for the Fett facts since 1983.) #StarWars #BobaFettFanClub


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#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.

For all Boba Fett comics, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/


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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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#533: August 25, 2015

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#TriviaTuesday: What class of patrol ship was #BobaFett's Slave II?

Pictured here is the page on the ship in the "#StarWars Handbook: Dark Empire," published by Dark Horse Comics in 2000. The artwork in the center of Slave II with Fett, along with Dengar, was done by John Nadeau and Jordi Ensign with colors by Dave Nestelle.

To see the answer, visit Fettpedia: http://bobafett.com/fettpedia/Slave_II

#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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#501: July 24, 2015

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#FettFriday: This variant of #StarWars #7 by John Tyler Christopher, which features a vintage #BobaFett action figure styling, came and went on the market last night.

A limited edition of 3,000 for $20, fans of the artist got some advanced access to the store, followed by the general public at midnight Eastern Standard Time. Thousands of visitors flooded the site and, within just 15 minutes, all of the inventory sold out!

For more recent #BobaFett comics, including the other sell-out cover by this artist, stop by http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub #PhotoOfTheDay #PicOfTheDay


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#494: July 17, 2015

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#FettFriday: #Dengar's message to #BobaFett -- aka "Sarlacc Food" -- as written by Andy Mangels in the 1996 comic book "Twin Engines of Destruction." #

The popular comic book has been republished in multiple places, including a re-print now from Marvel in the form of "The Bounty Hunters" trade paperback.

For more Boba Fett comics, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#StarWars #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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#483: July 6, 2015

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#MandalorianMonday: #BobaFett and Sintas Vel in #StarWars Tales #7 (2001). Despite being against one another here in a story called "Outbid But Never Outgunned," the two actually get married and have a daughter in the "Expanded Universe," which has since been re-named "Legends." For more about this issue -- written by Beau Smith and illustrated by Mike Deodato, Jr., Neil Nelson, and Dave McCaig -- see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/tales_7/ (Helmet nod to Josephine for the scan.) #BobaFettFanClub


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#479: July 2, 2015

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#ThrowbackThursday: "Shadows of the Empire" bridged "Empire" and "Jedi" in 1997, complete with comics, toys, video game, and a novel -- each with #BobaFett. Here's the six-issue comic book's trade paperback cover by Christopher Moeller.

For more about the TPB, visit http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/sote_tpb/

#BobaFett #StarWars #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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#428: May 12, 2015

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#TriviaTuesday: Remember the surprise of seeing #JodoKast unmasked by #BobaFett?

This panel comes from the game-changing comic "Twin Engines of Destruction," which originally was published in four issues of a now-defunct #StarWars Galaxy Magazine from Topps. As you may know, Jodo Kast was a competing bounty hunter who pretended to be Boba Fett -- to whomever was paying the bounty. The comic was written by Andy Mangels, who also coined the name Jaster Mereel, which was since change up after the prequels, and even since has been coined a "legend." #

For more about TEOD, visit http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/twin-engines-of-destruction/


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#425: May 9, 2015

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#Boba Fett on the illustrated cover of #StarWars Tales #7 (2001). Art by Francisco Ruiz Velasco.

For more of Fett's comic book appearances, view our records in the Bounty database: http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

#BobaFettFanClub


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#392: April 6, 2015

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#MandalorianMonday: There's just a few more hours to vote for #BobaFett in the #ThisIsMadness contest at http://tim.starwars.com

Pictured here is "The Assassination of Darth Vader" featured Boba Fett versus the Sith Lord himself. The comic was part of "Free Comic Book Day" and had this cover art by Douglas Wheatley.

#starwars #comics #bobafettfanclub


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#391: April 5, 2015

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Vote for #‎BobaFett in #‎ThisIsMadness!
http://thisismadness.starwars.com (Written and drawn by Kia Asamiya aka Michitaka Kikuchi for "Star Wars Tales" #11, published in 2002 by Dark Horse Comics.)


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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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#348: February 21, 2015

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Remember when #BobaFett rode a swoop bike everywhere? "Boba Fett #3: Murder Most Foul" was written by John Wagner and illustrated by Cam Kennedy.

For more about the #StarWars comic book from 1997, check out http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/boba-fett_3/.


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#337: February 10, 2015

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#TriviaTuesday: #BobaFett's Slave I faced off against #HanSolo's Millennium Falcon in the Dark Empire II #2 comic, published by Dark Horse Comics in 1995. Both lost a little hardware.

For more about Fett's comic book appearances, visit http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/


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#330: February 3, 2015

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#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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#320: January 24, 2015

View on Instagram  |  FacebookFeaturing Thumbnail Darth Vader  |  Thumbnail Bossk

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: More #Marvel #StarWars cover variants have been unveiled, now for the Darth Vader #1 issue coming in February.

We tracked down the #BobaFett cameos and included the vendor links, artist names, and highest-res imagery for you at http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/collectibles/guide-to-all-the-darth-vader-1-variant-covers-featuring-boba-fett/

This cover is by Salvador Larroca (whose work is also throughout the issue) and will be sold by Newbury Comics.


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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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#296: December 31, 2014

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#BobaFett appeared in "Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika," a mini-series published by Dark Horse Comics in 2000. The #StarWars comic spurned interest at one point circa 2012 in an official, live-action Star Wars TV show that would have followed the same storyline. Those scripts, despite quotes from Lucasfilm (read: Rick McCallum) about their existence, must have been shelved.


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#293: December 28, 2014

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#BobaFett silently tracking his bounty in "Enemy of the Empire." Art team included Ian Gibson, John Nadeau, Jim Amash, Brian Gregory, and Perry McNamee.

The mini-series is collected in a trade paperback (http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/eote_tpb/) and an omnibus (http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/omnibus-boba-fett/).


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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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#278: December 13, 2014

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#ThisMonthInHistory: Marvel Star Wars #42 was published September 23 yet had a December 1980 date on the top left.

But this first comic book appearance of #BobaFett mirrored the same content in Marvel Comics Super Special #16 (bottom left; dated May 1, 1980), Marvel Illustrated Books: The Empire Strikes Back (top right; dated May 1, 1980), and Marvel Special Edition 2: The Empire Strikes Back (bottom right; dated Spring 1980). To add to the mix, you could include the U.K.'s The Empire Strikes Back Weekly #129 released August 14, 1980.

Oddly enough, despite those copyright dates, those variants contained issues #39-44, which makes us wonder which one really came first after all.

For all Boba Fett comics, see http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/

(Caption updated for further clarity. Vintage comic dates on the top left were often considered back then months to pull the issue off newsstands.)


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#272: December 7, 2014

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Here's a third variant cover to feature #BobaFett on the upcoming Marvel Star Wars #1. Available January 14, 2015, this one is a Zapp Comics exclusive (pictured at left) with color and B&W versions by Mike Mayhew.

The cover's layout references Marvel's The New Mutants #98 (pictured at right), which had the very first appearances of #Deadpool and artwork by Rob Liefeld (who invented Deadpool and tells us he had Fett in mind during that process). Visit http://zappcomics.com/exclusives/ to order one or both or visit their store in New Jersey. For other variants from Forbidden Comics and , see http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/.


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#264: November 29, 2014

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Dave Dorman

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Yesterday, Dave Dorman -- painter of incredible #BobaFett paintings -- joined the 501st at Dreamland Comics in Chicago, Illinois for a food drive. Today, you can grab one of the last few copies of his #StarWars "Smuggler's Moon" artist proof print via his website: http://www.davedorman.com/swprintsforsale.shtml


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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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#244: November 9, 2014

View on Instagram  |  Facebook  |  TwitterFeaturing Thumbnail Chewbacca  |  Thumbnail Cam Kennedy

Remember when #Chewbacca unmasked #BobaFett? It was done very creatively by illustrator Cam Kennedy for the "Dark Empire II" series, initially released by Dark Horse Comics in 1995.

#starwars #comics #artwork #illustration #empire #bobafettfanclub


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#231: October 27, 2014

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#MandalorianMonday: Remember when #LukeSkywalker teamed up with #BobaFett? Those were the days of Fett's first newspaper comic strip appearance, "The Frozen World of Ota." Check out our review from the news archives: http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/collectibles/review_frozen-world-of-ota/

For more about the comic's original publication, and re-print by Dark Horse Comics, see http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/the-frozen-world-of-ota/


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#196: September 22, 2014

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#MandalorianMonday: Adam Hughes was the cover artist for "Boba Fett: Overkill," one of several great comic books published by Dark Horse Comics, who published this issue in 2006.

To explore all comics featuring #BobaFett, visit http://bobafett.com/bounty/books/comics/


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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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#159: August 16, 2014

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This trade paperback from 2013 contains "Boba Fett Is Dead" #1 - #4, the second mini-series in the Dark Horse Comics series of #BobaFett comics entitled "Blood Ties." While the title of the series caught a lot of attention, spoiler alert: Boba Fett isn't dead.

For more, check out http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/blood-ties-v2-boba-fett-is-dead-tpb/.


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#143: July 31, 2014

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#ThrowbackThursday: Boba Fett's Sarlacc Escape in 1984

One of a half-dozen times in the #StarWars Expanded Universe where a #BobaFett storyline took him out (and, in this case, back inside) the Sarlacc. For the lowdown, visit https://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sw_81/


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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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#123: July 11, 2014

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#FettFriday: The very first comic book appearance of #BobaFett is a bit of a mystery: the issue of Marvel #StarWars #42 hit newsstands in September 23, 1980 with a December 1980 date on the cover. But irregularly sized "Marvel Special Edition 2: The Empire Strikes Back" and "Marvel Comics Super Special Volume 1 #16" have the same comic within, each with Spring 1980 copyright dates. That's not all: "The Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of The Empire Strikes Back" had a release of May 1. Long story short, this cover from the comic book release is most impressive.

For more about all of Boba Fett's comic book appearances, please visit http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/


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#106: June 24, 2014

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One of the #BobaFett panels by artist Chris Scalf from the #StarWars "Boba Fett is Dead" four-part series in 2012. The series was written by Tom Taylor and published by Dark Horse Comics. The series included #SintasVel (Boba Fett's wife) and #AilynVel (Boba Fett's daughter). For more about the issue, visit http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/boba-fett-is-dead-4/


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#101: June 19, 2014

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"Boba Fett Club" made an appearance in Star Wars Tales #24 from Dark Horse Comics back in 2005. While this may be the first time we've seen an Ewok in a #BobaFett helmet, it's not the first time we've seen Boba Fett alongside one.

For more about Fett and Ewoks, do a search on BFFC at http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/search/?q=ewoks


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#89: June 7, 2014

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"You killed them. You killed them all. We're all dead." Cover artwork for "#JangoFett: Open Seasons" (2000). Ramon F. Bachs, who did the pencil artwork for the series, is credited as the cover designer. The series influenced the LucasArts video game, "Bounty Hunter." For more about the #StarWars trade paperback, dive into http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/jango-fett-open-seasons-tpb/


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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.

For more about this issue, including where to pick it up, visit http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sw_81/


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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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#41: April 20, 2014

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In the same year #BobaFett was unmasked in #AttackOfTheClones (2002), the #StarWars Infinities comic followed suit with this variant "#Empire" moment. This was a fresh take on an aged Boba Fett since he was portrayed completely unmasked by Daniel Logan.

For more about this issue, alongside every single Boba Fett #comic book released, visit:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/esb_1/


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#30: April 9, 2014

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"The apparently indigestible #BobaFett at the mouth of the #Sarlacc pit." This artwork by illustrator Rick Buckler was included in the Topps #StarWars Galaxy 3 series as #347, part of their "New Visions" sub-set in 1995. The work was also featured on the cover of Davis Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview "Super Special" Magazine released during the same year.

For more trading cards that include Boba Fett, check out:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/print/cards/


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#28: April 7, 2014

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Despite some unusual observations we noticed during the last three days of online voting, #DarthVader moved on, defeating #BobaFett in the popular vote in the #ThisIsMadness2014 contest. To poke some fun at the result, we highlight the 2013 #comic, "The Assassination of Darth Vader," in which Fett and Vader duke it out. In this panel, #SlaveI has just taken out some #TIEFighters nearby the Dark Lord of the Sith.

More about the comic book in our Bounty collectibles database:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/the-assassination-of-darth-vader/


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#25: April 4, 2014

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#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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#21: March 31, 2014

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Today's #MandalorianMonday pays homage to the original #Mandalorian pack who first appeared in #Marvel #StarWars #68 (1983). Alongside #BobaFett are Tobbi Dala and Fenn Shysa. The issue was written by David Michelinie and illustrated by Gene Day and Thomas Palmer.

For more about the pivotal issue, check out:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/books/comics/sw_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/