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Guide to All the Darth Vader #1 Variant Covers Featuring Boba Fett

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Boba Fett didn't even appear in Marvel's new Star Wars #1 -- which featured countless variant covers -- but he is for certain in the debut Darth Vader series.

Here is our curated list of ones that feature Boba Fett on the cover, with links to high-quality, unwatermarked scans and -- where applicable -- how to purchase.

(Looking for all Boba Fett comics? See our database.)

Darth Vader #1 (Alex Ross exclusive)

Art by Alex Ross. Sold at alexrossstore.com.

(Thanks to ComicBook.com for getting the exclusive from Marvel, releasing the cover image before even the artist.)

Darth Vader #1 (Midtown Comics exclusive)

Art by Mark Brooks. Sold at midtowncomics.com.

B&W Variant. Sold at midtowncomics.com.

Darth Vader #1 (Newbury Comics exclusive)

Art by Salvador Larroca. Sold at newburycomics.com.

(Thanks to ComicBook.com for getting the exclusive from Marvel, which here is in higher resolution than the store's website.)

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