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Catching Up on Humor

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Several articles about Boba Fett take a different approach at why he's one of the most popular characters in Star Wars culture. posts an article entitled Boba Fett Michaelangelo Play The New Kids on the Block Board Game, complete with digital photographs.

The same author also writes another piece on how Boba Fett hates Star Wars Christmas Specials. For a better reference than the one given in the article, we've broken down the 1978 classic here.

The Onion wrote a piece entitled "Dressing Up Your Dog As Boba Fett..., which goes deep into serious geeking. claims that Boba Fett is Jar Jar Binks, but you'll need to have a pretty good imagination.

But, seriously, there's even a whole message board thread devoted to Boba Fett versus The Predator with analysis so complicated, it makes the match worthy of mainstream interest.

Another off-site match up is Boba Fett versus Batman, a whole breakdown comparing and contrasting the two ala Sports Illustrated. Or take the gaming world with GameSpy's article on Boba Fett versus Samus.

The worst it might go is with Harry Knowles' Ain't It Cool "Special Edition" where Luke Skywalker gets his revenge.

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