Compare this Clone Trooper Boil figure
Clone Trooper Boil was released in a Target exclusive battlepack in November 2009. Boil can be seen in the Clone Wars episode "Innocents Of Ryloth" from the first season.
This figure is super articulated with 14 joints total, including ball-joints in the neck, both shoulders, both elbows, both wrists, the waist, both legs and a both ankles. If you own any of the animated clone trooper figures then you pretty much know what kind of figure Boil is. What makes Boil unique from other clones are the facial features, especially his beard. Unfortunately, the included blaster is not a good fit for either of Boil's hands, so you might want to consider keeping the little plastic rubber band in place to secure the weapon.
The paint application features Boil's unique markings on the armor and helmet, and look very close to what was seen in the TV show. Contrary to his fellow clone trooper Waxer, Boil doesn't have a hole in the back. Overall, this Boil figure is super articulated and will make a nice addition to Obi-Wan Kenobi's clone trooper squad.
Jedi generals and clone troopers battle the Separatists who have taken control of the planet Ryloth, homeworld of the Twi'leks. Mace Windu coordinates battle plans as he prepares to bring gunships onto the planet. Clone troopers Waxer and Boil, who are eager for combat, join Clone Commander Cody on a mission to free Twi'lek prisoners being used as shields to protect a deadly proton cannon.
Clone Trooper Boil: Boil is a hardened warrior who comes face-to-face with the innocent victims of the galaxy's war.