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Previews at Toy Fair 2006

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The 2006 year is here, and with it comes great new bounties of toys to satisfy your Boba Fett-ish. Of particular interest, will be the new (in many cases, rather creative) toys to be showcased in the 2006 Hasbro Toy Fair, as well as a hinted addition to the ever-growing Master Replicas collection.

Look closely at the picture, and you'll undoubtedly notice your two favorite hunters, father and son Fett.

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Also to be released in the month of May, special limited edition "silver foil" chase figures. A foil package, a special vac-metal silver foil display base, and a silver-painted version of the hologram figure, will undoubtedly make this particular Boba Fett release to be a nice variation for any level of collector.

In Master Replicas most recent newsletter (featuring two new versions of a Darth Maul Force FX lightsaber) came a tantalizing hint, indeed.

"Coming Soon: In a galaxy at war there exits one hunter, feared above all others…"

Note: Of special interest to you collectors out there, an exclusive "by mail only" tribute figure to the "maker" himself. For more information, view the StarWars.com press release.


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