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Upcoming Bounty: Hallmark, Spencers, and WeLoveFine

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Here's the lowdown on three officially licensed shops with Boba Fett merch coming out very soon.

Hallmark

According to their latest press release, Hallmark has three Boba Fett collectibles planned:

New products include Chewbacca and Boba Fett Cubeez stacking boxes, jumbo (64-ounce) Darth Vader coffee mug, Lightsaber pizza cutter with sounds, Princess Leia bottle opener with sound, and the Boba Fett apron and "Boba-que Tongs" set.

While their press release included 21 images, none of the Boba Fett items were pictured.

However, we went and tracked down one photo of the Boba Fett Cubeez that was taken three weeks ago at Amy's Hallmark Store (Anaheim, California) by crs2499 on Instagram. Check this out!

A photo posted by crs2499 (@crs2499) on

Spencers

Spencers announced a "Warriors of Mandalore" collection, which is coming May 4th ("Star Wars Day"). They have a 25% off sale until 5/4 on all of this.

DorkSideOfTheForce.com got their hands on the official look-book PDF, which shows a lot of apparel and accessories with the Mandalorian icon, like this watch.

spencers-warriors-of-mandalore

WeLoveFine

WeLoveFine also announced a new line of apparel, specifically designed for women. Their new Boba Fett hooded tank top is already for sale and builds upon the no-longer-available design for men that came out a few years ago.


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