This Boba Fett action figure was released in
1995 in the Power Of The Force 2 Collection.
Hasbro gave the figure six joints and included
three accessories (blaster rifle, jet-pack, plastic cape).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Bounty Hunter:
- This Boba Fett action figure was among the first nine figures which Kenner released when the modern toy line started in 1995
- There were three different variations of this figure, which all had to do with the paint application on Boba Fett's hands
- There was a "half circle" variation, a Boba Fett full circle variation and one variant which had a full circle on the right hand, but nothing painted on the left
- All those figures are identical, except for the paint application on the hands
- Pictured here is the half circle variation
- Boba has a removable jet-pack and a removable plastic cape (along with Wookiee braids)
- The helmet is not removable
- The range-finder on the helmet is not movable
- The figure doesn't stand well without help from a stand
- The blaster rifle fits well into the left hand, and only very, very tightly into the right
The articulation details are as follows: swivel neck, 2 swivel arms, swivel waist, 2 swivel legs
For more Boba Fett (Bounty Hunter) pictures, please take a look at this Boba Fett page.
The most notorious and fearsome bounty hunter in the galaxy is also the most mysterious. Many legends and stories have arisen over the years, but few facts are known of the man called Boba Fett, or his link to Han Solo's past. Since the Clone Wars, Fett has worked as a mercenary, a soldier, a personal guard, an assassin, and most frequently, as the most expensive bounty hunter in the known systems.