This Boba Fett action figure was released in
2007 in The Anniversary Collection.
Hasbro gave the figure twelve joints and included
five accessories (blaster, backpack, coin, extra helmet, flame attachment).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Bounty Hunter:
- This Boba Fett (McQuarrie Concept Series) action figure was released individually carded
The figure is based on Ralph McQuarrie's concept drawings for Boba Fett
The figure comes with two different helmets, which can easily be swapped out
The blaster fits well into both hands and into the holster
The backpack plugs nicely into a hole in the back of the figure
The range finders on both helmets are not movable
Boba Fett's middle section has a hidden panel which can be opened
The flame attachment can be plugged into a small hole located on the gauntlet on the left forearm (this works surprisingly well)
Boba stands nicely on his own without any balancing problems, despite not having articulated ankles (the figure will require a stand once the flame is attached)
The articulation details are as follows: ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, swivel waist, 2 swivel legs, 2 ball-jointed knees
The vivid imagination of conceptual artist Ralph McQuarrie brought to life the characters and worlds envisioned by George Lucas. McQuarrie’s paintings and drawings were instrumental in the push to bring Lucas’s saga to the big screen, giving shape and form to a multitude of fantastic individuals, creatures, planets and technology encompassed in this epic tale. Developed in collaboration with McQuarrie himself, this remarkable action figure series pays tribute to the man whose art defined some of the most memorable characters in film history.