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Celebration Chicago: Day 4 Highlights

Published April 14, 2019 • Written by • Filed under Community

The morning began with "The Mandalorian" panel. Even though the official synopsis said the story takes place after the Fetts, we appreciate all things Mando like most Fett fans.

Our friend Matt at Fantha Tracks got to run into the head honchos at Lucasfilm before they ended up on stage.

The online stream went to black as attendees got to see one of two secret videos, showing off the new show. Because the clips did not end up officially uploaded, we opted to share a still rather than cell phone video. (Many "bootleg" uploads exist on YouTube, Instagram, and elsewhere.)

In addition to revealing the show's debut poster, Lucasfilm did release four official stills:

For "The Clone Wars" panel in the afternoon, Daniel Logan was expected to be a guest, as the final season should revisit some unfinished episodes with his role as Boba Fett. But it seems like the plan changed as he wasn't on stage. (He's fine and well. Things happen. Hopefully the Fett episode airs.)

As for other Fett sightings, we caught up with Danny Haas, showing off his Boba Fett and Jango Fett pieces.

For other collectibles at the show, see our guide covering the whole event.

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Celebration Chicago: Day 3 Highlights

Published April 13, 2019 • Written by • Filed under Community

Even with an overall slower news day, a lot of Fett-worthy things happened today. Here are the highlights of day three of SWCC.

The Marvel panel included a shout-out to the new Boba Fett one-shot comic, coming out in May. This was the first time seeing final artwork, after the illustrator has been non-stop sharing his B&W work on Twitter.

BFFC contributing editor Daniel Lo caught up with several artists at the Acme Archives booth, including Joey Spiotto who had a piece with Boba and Jango Fett.

The life-size LEGO Boba Fett was captured by BFFC contributing editor James Clarke.

Costume club The Dented Helmet held his member photo shoot today, which is always epic.

James also spotted two cosplayers who were clearly inspired by the recent Tamashii Nations "Ronin" series, where Boba and Jango Fett look just like this.

For other collectibles at the show, see our guide covering the whole event.

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Celebration Chicago: Day 2 Highlights

Published April 12, 2019Updated • Written by • Filed under Community

On day two of SWCC, we spoke with EFX president Bryan Ono about their brand-new 1:1 scale
Boba Fett helmet, revealed day one of the convention. He shares inside info on the details and process.

Daniel Logan had a fun photo shoot with Funko/Loungefly, featuring their Boba Fett exclusives.

At the Hasbro panel, they announced a "Kenner" Boba Fett for their Black Series line. It will be an SDCC exclusive later this year.

Twitter user JediMoses, who shot great pics of the Hasbro panel, also found the newly unveiled display case featuring the "Kenner" Boba Fett on display:

BFFC contributing editor James Clarke found an excellent Jango Fett cosplayer:

"Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures" posters were being given out and BFFC contributing editor Dan Lo got one. You can see they include Boba Fett, so maybe he'll be getting a cameo in the animated series.

Cosplayer craftsman Wasted Fett has been making "Femme Fett" armor and JillenniumFett (Instagram) wore it today:

For other collectibles at the show, see our guide covering the whole event.

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Celebration Chicago: Day 1 Highlights

Published April 11, 2019 • Written by • Filed under Community

Before the lines opened, EFX opened up pre-orders online for their 1:1 screen-accurate, wearable Boba Fett helmet. Sold exclusively in the U.S. through BAIT, and internationally through Amerang, the factory-made helmet is selling for $379. In person, the EFX booth had one on display. The production paint job was pretty impressive.

Many fans admired the big mural at the opening of the convention. It was nice to see Jango Fett and Boba Fett represented, although the "Empire Strikes Back" panel featured a "Return of the Jedi" Boba Fett:

Stance also revealed their Ralph McQuarrie Boba Fett socks, available at the show in limited quantities but also easily available on their website. This was a welcome change, as usually their convention-timed Boba Fett socks are exclusives, but this one is not the case.

Funko has their "Blue Chrome" Boba Fett, available through a lottery system, which fans either loved or hated. The gold version was also released at about 9pm Pacific on Box Lunch, the exclusive U.S. vendor, for just $15.

We caught up with cosplayer Bryan Curtis aka "ESB Fett" and got some fun photos and videos with him, including this GIF moment:

Even though Fett isn't expected in "The Mandalorian," we like following the fellow Mando. The logo for the show was revealed along with its November 12th release date. It will air exclusively on the new Disney+ streaming service, which will cost $6/month.

For other collectibles at the show, see our guide covering the whole event.

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Star Wars Celebration Chicago: Guide for Boba Fett Fans

Published April 4, 2019Updated • Written by • Filed under Community

Here is our guide to Star Wars Celebration Chicago, just for Boba Fett fans. Consider this your very own checklist to all the Boba Fett sightings as we learn about it. Updated up to and through the convention.

Need a map? Download the official convention PDF.


Two of the actors who portrayed Boba Fett will be there: Daniel Logan (Young Boba Fett) and John Morton ("Bespin" Boba). They can be found at the Topps Star Wars Authentics booth for both autographs and photo ops. Note that Temuera Morrison (Jango Fett) had to cancel as of April 3.

Here is Daniel's current schedule each day:

  • Thursday, April 11 - photos from 2:50 to 3:30pm and autographs from 5pm to 8pm
  • Friday, April 12 - photos from 1:40 to 3:40pm and autographs from 3:30pm to 6:30pm (note an overlap, might be a typo)
  • Saturday, April 13 - photos from 11:50am to 1:50pm, autographs from 2pm to 5pm, and "Star Wars Let's Play," a video game panel from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Sunday, April 14 - photos from 11:50am to 1:50pm, autographs from 2pm to 5pm, and the Clone Wars panel from 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Daniel will have his own "Prototype" Boba Fett helmet with him and it may or may not start to get autographs on it. ;)

Dee Bradley Baker and Tom Kane are two voice actors who have voiced Boba Fett, among others. They will also be at the Topps Star Wars Authentics booth.


Dave Dorman (booth #2526) is a painter of some of the most well known and loved Boba Fett images and comic book covers.

Joe Corroney (booth #3116) often paints Boba Fett and Mandalorians.

Jordan Hembrough will have Star Wars-inspired Muppets, including Animal as Boba Fett at Hollywood Heroes (booth #4428).

Acme Archives (booth #2239, right next to the Art Show section) will have artists in person, including these folks who have notable Fett pieces:

  • Danny Haas (April 11 5pm - 6pm, April 14 2:30pm - 3:30pm, and April 15 1:30pm - 3pm)
  • Craig Skaggs (April 12 11am - 12pm and 4pm - 7pm; April 13 11am - 2pm and 4pm - 7pm; and April 14 11am - 2pm and 4:30pm - 7:30pm)
  • Jason Christman (April 13 1:30pm - 2:30pm, April 14 1:30pm - 2:30pm, and April 15 11am - 1pm)


Funko's "Blue Chrome" Boba Fett is a Celebration exclusive, a limited edition of 2,500. See their booth (#4819) but know they have a lottery system so it might be hard to grab.

This Heroes in Action pin can be found at Booth #4834. It's a limited edition of 1,000 and it's $12 or two for $20.

This Celebration Chicago Boba Fett pin will be available from the show's own store with orders of $100 or more.

Loungefly will have an Animated Boba Fett backpack on sale for $70, based on Fett's Star Wars Holiday Special version. They're owned by Funko as of 2017, so might be represented at their booth (#4819).

Dark Ink (booth #2239 with Acme Archives) has this print for $60, only available at Star Wars Celebration Chicago.

Exclusives (Convention Store)


EFX (booth #2818) will be revealing its new high-quality Boba Fett helmet, for just $379. It will have an online exclusive U.S. vendor, which we'll reveal when we're allowed to share it. It's unclear if any will be available or sold at the convention, but one will be on display there at least.

Beeline Creative (booth #3319), who makes Star Wars Geeki Tikis, will have their 18 piece set on display and probably on sale. It's massive and includes a small Boba Fett in the set.

Knowhere Toys (booth #2231) has some Fett inspired pins. You can also order them online.

Fan Groups

The Dented Helmet (booth #5325) will be out in force with some amazing costumed fans and information on their group.


While the Fetts aren't expected to be in "The Mandalorian," there will be a big panel on Sunday, April 14th at 11am to noon. It's at the Celebration Stage in Wintrust Arena.

The Clone Wars animated series is getting a final season and there's a chance that unfinished episodes with Boba Fett will get finished. The "Star Wars: The Clone Wars Sneak Peek" panel is on Sunday, April 14th at 3:30pm to 4:30pm, also at the Celebration Stage in Wintrust Arena.


An 88-foot mural by Jason Palmer featuring characters and moments from all Star Wars films will be on display. Boba Fett is part of the artwork.

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Nutella-filled Boba Fett Pie Pops

Published March 14, 2019 • Written by • Filed under Community

Since it's "Pi Day" today (3.14, get it?), here's one Boba Fett-inspired pie:

Nutella-filled Boba Fett pie pops!

"Pie Day" video by acclaimed pie artist Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin (Pies Are Awesome).

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Review: Hot Toys Sixth Scale Boba Fett ("Deluxe Version")

Published March 4, 2019Updated • Written by • Filed under Collectibles

He's Worth a Lot of Money to Me

Until you hold it in your hands, it can be hard to appreciate the Boba Fett Deluxe Version Sixth Scale Figure by Hot Toys.

You can (as I did) stare at it slack-jawed online for hours, appreciating every little detail down to the paint scuffs on Boba’s helmet, or the twists in the braids over his right shoulder, or the painstakingly executed seams in the flight suit.

It all sort of feels incomplete, somehow. Even when the box arrives, it’ll feel just like any other toy.

Only when you start unpacking it and you finally see the real thing in person, will you have answered that all-important question: “Would I rather have this, or the $267 it cost?”

My take on it is: If you already crossed that mental bridge to where you’re considering it, or if you’ve already pulled the EE-3 trigger, you’re highly likely not to miss the cash once you get your mitts on this toy. That’s because of the incredible amount of detail and quality.

This is a Boba Fett figure for Boba Fett fans. Truthfully, it doesn’t really feel like a “toy.”

I mean, it certainly is one. You get that sense from the soft plastic feel of his blaster holster, the slip-on quality of his upper-body armor, and the classic execution of points of articulation—though Hot Toys boasts 30 of them, it still ultimately feels like an ultra-fancy G.I. Joe in Mandalorian armor. You might even feel OK letting a kid play with it. A really careful, trustworthy kid.

But then when you start getting into posing it, swapping out hands (one pair of fists, one pair of relaxed hands, one pair of weapon-holding hands, and a “gesturing” left hand—per costume!), changing weapons, and paying attention to all the minutiae, it truly begins to feel like a bona fide model, something that can stand with gravitas in your study or nerd cave, even if you do have the capability to whip him around through the air or just subtly articulate the neck joint forward with a dignified helmet nod.

What truly stands out about this entry in the “Movie Masterpiece Series” is the sheer amount of fanboying that was evidently done in the creation of the model. The artists are J.C. Hong and Lok Ho, and I imagine they grinned as much in the designing of this toy as I did unpacking it.

It’s the little details that keep adding up. The bits of weaponry/tools below his knee pads? Those are individual plastic pieces, painted and cut in high detail, that slide into pockets. Nearly every piece is removable for swapping between outfits — "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Pre-Pro #1" (PP1) — should you decide it’s time for Boba to do less haggling with Darth Vader and more getting dragged into the Sarlacc pit. As a staunch member of Team ESB Boba and his greener look, even I can’t deny that the PP1 getup looks great, too. Seemingly minor changes are represented between outfits, from the addable spats in the PP1 uniform to entirely different helmets (kill stripes, capes, utility/cargo pockets, and jetpacks for either costume). The alternate helmet included — red kill stripes, “eye”-style markings near the crown — is the PP1 style helmet.

Materials-wise, Sideshow Collectibles (where I purchased from) doesn’t really list the plastics involved, other than to guarantee that according to California law, they’re proven to give me cancer and cause reproductive harm. I’m already bald and I don’t want kids messing with this toy anyway. Worth it. (In all seriousness, Prop 65 is an ultra-careful plastics warning label you’ll even find on kiddies’ pool toys.)

But, to my eyes and fingers, it’s a super high-quality figure. The plastics are soft and malleable where they need to be without being fragile (thicker parts, like the thumb/fingers, which need to bend some to fit into the equally sturdy but flexible weapon holes, are a prime example). The whole thing feels relatively light, despite standing nearly a foot tall, without feeling cheap. Cloth-like capes are easy to move around Boba’s body to create a sense of dynamism where you need it, and things like his belt, gauntlets, and other accessories all move around and stay in place with no fuss.

Those many articulating joints stay firm without being difficult to move, so you can easily recreate many of Boba’s iconic poses or come up with your own. I’m partial to the two-handed carbine hold and head nod, and the PP1 example shown on the box art captures the fight with Luke nicely. And while I’ve found countless standing poses for Boba in which he can balance perfectly on his feet, there is, of course, the included stand and platform to prop him up in the event you choose a dynamic pose that’s more gravity-prone.

With dozens of hand/pose/weapon/costume configurations possible, some level of “replay-ability” is even available here. I’ve got tons of tchotchkes around my office desk, half of them Boba, and none of them compel me to tinker or play—I just like how they look. But I can easily see setting this one up within arm’s length, because of the temptation to switch things up. That’s afforded because of the incredible amount of quality variations available.

A few minor misfires I noticed include the strap on one of the blasters detached (probably a simple fix with Superglue, but still, for the price you wouldn’t expect it to simply detach so easily) and one of the two pegs from the alternate shoulder pauldron was missing, having been snapped off somewhere along the line. Little gripes, but certainly things that anyone tossing down cash would feel sore about.

However, I truly can’t find anything else major to knock about this, unless we want to consider price a prohibitive factor—and for many, it certainly will be. I would imagine fans in a deluxe figure market would expect to shell out $300 or more for “Deluxe.” It comes with a hefty price tag, and also the expectation of being worth it. All told, let’s call this one a 13-out-of-14 kill stripes rating, knocking off for those tiny trespasses.

The Boba Fett Sixth Scale Deluxe advertises as a premier item for a sixth-scale figure and delivers. This is a bounty you’ll be glad you captured.

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Lucasfilm Should Look To Older Boba Fett Material For Inspiration

Published March 1, 2019Updated • Written by • Filed under Fettpedia

Guest Editorial

Boba Fett is a favorite among many Star Wars fans; however, he is often treated poorly when it comes to storytelling. He has a menacing demeanor about him in just about every form of media he appears in yet he is shown to be clumsy and sometimes not that smart. After watching and/or reading about him, you begin to wonder if he actually lives up to all the praise he receives.

In the the 2015 Star Wars comics, Star Wars #5 and Star Wars #6, Boba goes toe-to-toe with Luke Skywalker. Boba surprises Skywalker and gets the upper hand pretty quickly. However, during their fight, R2-D2 comes to Luke’s aid and trips Fett up, allowing Skywalker to escape. This is a humiliating defeat for Boba that should never have happened. Boba has a 360 degree view inside his helmet which should have alerted him to R2 sneaking up behind him.

In the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series (2008–2014), we see Fett during the time of a child and teenager. We get to see good story plots and a little backstory on the character as well. There are some flaws here, however. Throughout his episode arcs, we see him constantly get double crossed and fooled by his fellow Bounty Hunters. We can blame this on his inexperience. However, I think after being trained by his father Jango, he would be smarter and not be duped by so many people.

Now, how could they improve on his character? I would start with quality storytelling. Start with a comic book that focuses on him and his bounty hunts. It doesn’t have to be anything drastic, just something to get the ball rolling and to reintroduce the character to the new and old fans alike. Then, he can start appearing in TV shows. A guest appearance in the upcoming show, The Mandalorian, would sure brighten up my day. Finally, I would push for a solo movie about Boba Fett, whether it is about about his past life or possibly even his post-Sarlacc life.

This era of Lucasfilm is heading in the right direction with Boba Fett, but I think they should look to the older material — such as Twin Engines of Destruction and Enemy of the Empire — for inspiration.

In Twin Engines of Destruction (1995–1996), we saw how the Fett legacy was being used by others, predominately Jodo Kast, to cash in on Boba’s reputation and how Boba dealt with it. Boba examined his new foe and set a series of traps for him which lured Kast right to Fett. This showed that Fett wasn’t just a hired thug who stood in the back and looked cool. He in fact is very intelligent.

In Enemy of the Empire (1999), we see Fett being hired to retrieve an item of importance which Darth Vader himself also wishes to retrieve. Fett and Vader go toe-to-toe with each other and ultimately end in a stalemate. This also proves that Fett is more of a skilled fighter than what he is often depicted as.

Both of these stories show the strategic and combative side of Boba Fett that is not often shown in more recent material. I would like to see well written Boba Fett stories that show his cunningness and fierceness in the Star Wars universe.

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Some Extra Bounty This Valentine's Day

Published February 4, 2019 • Written by • Filed under Collectibles

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and, if you're a Star Wars fan, gift giving can be extra fun! I've pulled together some great Boba Fett merchandise suitable for your significant other, family members and friends. There's no need to exclude anyone from receiving some extra bounty this holiday, am I right?

This Stainless Steel Boba Fett Pendant would spruce up any casual outfit. I own stainless steel jewelry myself and they are some of the best pieces I have because they do not tarnish or rust! The pendant is currently in stock at Target for $19.39. Order soon so you can be sure it'll arrive just in time to give to someone special.

A Boba Fett shirt with a helmet so shiny you can see the reflection of Han Solo in carbonite? Yes, please! Obviously this shirt called Boba Fett of Mandalore makes a statement. If you know someone who is a hardcore Boba fan, this is the shirt for them! It's available for 20% off right now on the BoxLunch website and comes in sizes small thru XXL. It will ship in 4-10 business days so get shopping!

I don't know any Boba Fett fan who isn't a collector! This LEGO Buildable Boba Fett (75533) is made up of 144 pieces and is highly posable which will make arranging him with your other collectibles quite fun. The suggested age range is seven to fourteen years old but clearly they don't know Star Wars fans well enough. Order it now for $23.92 (20% off) on Amazon so it'll arrive in time for V-day!

Foster Grant has a fantastic collection of Star Wars sunglasses, all with 100% UVA/UVB protection and scratch resistant lenses. This Boba Fett sunglasses gift set costs $39.99 on Amazon or, and comes with a great pair of sunglasses that have a unique pattern of colors that represent our favorite bounty hunter. Also included is a collectible hard case, soft pouch and lanyard so you'll be good to go wherever the day takes you.

It's true. BoxLunch is the home of some of the best pop culture collectibles and fashion pieces. This Boba Fett Dad Hat is a great accessory for any adult fan. It's priced at $18.90 exclusively at BoxLunch stores, although currently sold out online. The hat is one size fits all but does have an adjustable strap. Better get going to track this one down for the opening of Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland this June!

If you're new parents, or you know someone who has just had a baby and
loves the Fett, this Knitwits Boba Fett Onesie and Hat Outfit is a must buy! You can be sure that no fan will walk by without noticing their outfit! It's priced at $24.97 and made of 100% cotton to keep your little Bounty Hunter extra cozy.

If you're wanting to go all out for the Holiday there are new Boba Fett Valentine's Day inspired shirts for men and women on SuperHeroStuff. They read "I Would Search the Galaxy For You" and are complimented with eye-catching artwork. Consider your date night apparel done and planned for!

For even more Valentine's Day themed merchandise be sure to check out the BFFC Valentine's Day Guide!

Which of these items is your favorite? Let us know in a comment below!

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Review: "Star Wars: Age of Republic - Jango Fett #1" Does Both Fetts Right

Published January 13, 2019Updated • Written by • Filed under Collectibles

Star Wars: Age of Republic - Jango Fett #1 is the latest entry in the aforementioned comic book series, and our first glimpse into the new canon lore for Jango Fett. We start out with a ragtag group of bounty hunters discussing an easy job they were hired for. The hunters are joining forces with Jango Fett and are puzzled as to why he would accept a mission that is far beneath him. Rumors circulate concerning what we know to be the Clone Army project: that Jango has found steady work with one client and that they are rich enough to be his only client. As Jango joins them, it is revealed that he is accompanied by a young Boba Fett. Jango explains that this mission is part of his training and the hunters depart.

Aboard Slave I, Boba wonders why they can't work with bounty hunters that they already know. Jango Fett explains that Boba must learn to deal with the "unknown factor." Boba Fett asks if his father can't simply take the jobs he wants. Jango explains that although he can, it took a long time to reach that point.

It's here that we get our first flashback. It is the meeting where Darth Tyranus recruits Jango Fett to be the clone template of the Grand Army of the Republic. They meet on one of the moons of Bogden; in fact, we knew this ever since Jango told Obi-Wan as much during Attack of the Clones. Sadly, this is also where the new canon continues to phase out the Expanded Universe (aka "Legends"). In the video game, Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, Jango Fett was hired to capture a Dark Jedi named Komari Vosa. This ordeal is orchestrated by Tyranus in order to find the best template for the Clone Army. This time around, it seems that Jango Fett's reputation alone is what draws Tyranus to recruit him.

Back in the present, the bounty hunters have located their target, a runaway woman who sought to be with her lover. However, he immediately ditches her when the hunters surround her. She ends up stumbling off a balcony, only to be caught and stunned in midair by Jango. Boba and the Rodian bounty hunter Neelda are amazed; Tiver and Rinn not so much.

As they head back to their ships, Jango tells Boba that he knew her fall was a possibility because "desperate people make stupid decisions." This foreshadows the next immediate event: Tiver and Rinn betray the Fetts and ambush Boba. Pressing a sword against his throat, they demand that Jango relinquish the bounty to them in exchange for Boba. To their surprise, Jango refuses. As Tiver begins to question what kind of “maniac” would bring their child to a hunt, they are suddenly shot by a blaster. Jango had given Boba a backup weapon; it had remained hidden because the hunters did not think to search him. Boba shoots down Rinn and holds Neelda at gunpoint. Jango tells Boba that it is up to him whether to let Neelda go. Boba decides to do so because the Rodian was not in on the betrayal. However, because he didn't do much to stop it, he must forfeit his share of the bounty.

As they fly away, Boba wonders if he made the right decision. He says he let Neelda go because he wants others to know what happens when they cross Jango Fett. "When they cross either of us, you mean," replies Jango. Although the hunters got the drop on Boba, Jango gives him credit for his retaliation. This is summarized in the last quote of the comic: "You shot well. You trusted your judgment. And you've started building your reputation. A father couldn't ask for a better start for his son's legacy."

I must admit that I was fairly skeptical going into this comic. Jango and Boba Fett are not always portrayed well in the Star Wars universe. They are sometimes misunderstood or portrayed less effectively than they should be. However, this story did right by both Fetts. Jango is shown to be an excellent mentor who trusts his successor, Boba, to apply what he has learned. Boba unexpectedly had his moment in the spotlight and this foreshadows the legendary bounty hunter he will become by the time of the Original Trilogy. It seems that the Fetts also exhibit a moral code: they are merciful to Neelda since he didn't betray them and thus do not needlessly kill him.

We are also given insight into the way Jango Fett thinks. In a brief flashback on Kamino, we see that Jango is not very proud of the clones. He sees them as "livestock bred as cannon fodder." In contrast, he raises Boba as a son and teaches him what is needed to survive as a bounty hunter. As far as Jango is concerned, Boba is his true legacy.

The artwork has a crisp, basic look to it. For a short comic such as this it's acceptable, but I prefer the more lush work done by Chris Scalf on the comic Star Wars: Blood Ties. The overall writing for this comic is better than I expected and could have told a longer story if needed. Whether intentional or not, it still leaves much about Jango Fett unanswered, such as how he acquired his Mandalorian armor.

Star Wars: Age of Republic - Jango Fett #1, a one-shot issue with six variant covers, is a solid entry in the maxi-series of comics currently produced by Marvel. They cover three eras: Age of Republic, Age of Rebellion, and Age of Resistance, which take place during the prequel, original, and sequel trilogies respectively. Eight characters are selected for each era: four heroes and four villains. Boba Fett will be featured during Age of Rebellion in a short story such as this one. With cautious optimism, I look forward to it.

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