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Just released in Japan, Boba is a new release in Dark Horse's import program of the award-winning Kotobukiya large vinyl Star Wars figures.



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Source: Rebelscum.com

As we know, our Boba Fett is likely to prove to be one of the most popular releases of all. The fantastic craftsmanship and attention to detail that are lavished on this 13" figure make it one of the coolest collectibles available.

"Exuding menace, Boba is one bad dude!" - Rebelscum.com

Look for this to arrive on September 15, packaged in a color window box, for $100 or less. You can preorder the figure for $90 through Things From Another World:


Things from Another World

Also, past Kotobukiya unique figurines have included several Star Wars characters, including Boba Fett.


Kotobukiya Jango Fett Pre-painted Soft Vinyl Model Kit


Also available online from the Things From Another World affiliate store, this figurine came out last year and was top prize in our last Fan Art contest.


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