[Updated May 17, 2015: Just when you thought all the covers for the first issue were out and about, there’s one more! It’s number #1, but a French version that’s a 120-page compilation of four comics! See the Panini Comics exclusive below.]
Marvel Comics, who takes the helm back from Dark Horse Comics to publish Star Wars comics books, has an unconventional strategy with unveiling their first issue in January 2015. They’ve enabled various comic book shops and artists to sell their own variant covers. 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.)
Cover art by Ramon K. Perez. Available on eBay.
Cover art by J. Scott Campbell. Sold at thecargohold.ecwid.co.
B&W Variant. Sold at thecargohold.ecwid.com.
Cover art by Mike Perkins. Layout references Giant Size X-Men #1 (1975). Sold at heroeshavencomics.com.
Cover art by Frank Cho. Sold at cardscomicscollectibles.com.
Cover art by Mike Deodato Jr.. Sold at ltd-edition-comix.com.
Cover art by Humberto Ramos with color by Edgar Delgado. Sold at milehighcomics.com.
Sold through Previews magazine and New York Toy Fair.
Cover art by Adi Granov. Sold at forbiddenplanet.com.
B&W variant. Sold at forbiddenplanet.com.
Cover art by Daniel Acuna. Layout references Amazing Spider-Man #129, the first appearance of The Punisher. Sold at heroesandfantasies.com.
B&W variant. Sold at heroesandfantasies.com.
Cover art by Alex Maleev. This layout references Tales of Suspense #39. Sold at ebay.com.
B&W variant. Sold at ebay.com.
Cover art by Mike Mayhew. This layout references Marvel’s The New Mutants #98, which had the very first appearances of Deadpool and artwork by Rob Liefeld. Sold at zappcomics.com.
B&W variant. Sold at zappcomics.com.