This Boba Fett action figure was released in
2012 in the Movie Heroes toy line.
Hasbro gave the figure five joints and included
four accessories (jet-pack, plastic cape, blaster, blaster rifle).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Bounty Hunter:
- This Boba Fett figure was released in June 2012 in a battle pack titled "Bespin Battle" together with Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader
- The jet-pack and the cape plug nicely into holes in the back of the figure
- The blaster fits quite loosely into the holster and is a bit too big for it
- Boba can hold both weapons quite well in his hands
- The range-finder on the helmet is not movable
- Boba Fett is almost as tall as the included Darth Vader figure, which looks off (Vader is about a head taller than Boba in The Empire Strikes Back)
- The figure is much buffer than what we have seen in the last few years (it's not POTF2 bad, but certainly noticable)
- Boba's helmet is not removable
- The figure stands well without a stand
- The plastic used for the figure feels thicker and sturdier, which makes this Boba Fett a good figure to get for younger kids
- If you are looking for a more articulated and authentic version for collectors, please have a look at the Vintage Collection Boba Fett or our the gradually growing Boba Fett archive
The articulation details are as follows: ball-jointed neck, 2 swivel arms, 2 swivel legs
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During his Jedi training, Luke has a vision that his friends are in danger. He rushes to Bespin to rescue Han and Leia, where he encounters Darth Vader and the bounty hunter Boba Fett. The Sith Lord’s plan has worked: he has lured Skywalker to the planet and intends to deliver him to the Emperor. While Fett collects his long-sought quarry, Luke battles Vader in a menacing Lightsaber duel.