Compare this Clone Trooper Boost figure
This Clone Trooper Boost figure was released in a Target exclusive battlepack in November 2009. Boost can be seen in the animated Clone Wars TV show episode "Rising Malevolence" from the first season.
The figure is super articulated with 14 joints, including ball-joints in the neck, both shoulders and elbows, the waist, both knees and ankles. Because of this you will be able to adjust the figure's stance easily and you won't have balancing issues. The included blaster is an O.K. fit for both hands, but you might want to consider keeping the little plastic rubber band on so that it doesn't fall out every time you reposition the figure. The helmet is a great fit and covers the entire head.
The paint job is cleanly applied and there are no battle markings or any other kind of scuffs on the armor. The detailing on the hair, the face with the scars on the right cheek, Boost's left shoulder pattern and the details on the helmet all look good. All things considered, this is another great Clone Trooper figure based on a character which has not been done before by Hasbro and if you are a fan of the animated Clone Wars TV show, you'll probably enjoy this figure.
A mysterious Separatist weapon destroys Plo Koon's command ship. The Jedi Master, along with clone troopers Sinker and Boost and Clone Commander Wolffe, abandon ship in an escape pod just before the vessel is blasted to pieces by cannon fire. Now they must try to stay alive until rescue comes, while General Grievous, who is testing the new weapon, sends out forces to eliminate any survivors.
Clone Trooper Boost: The clone trooper finds himself in a precarious situation that demands all his courage and stamina if he wants to keep himself alive until the next battle.