Compare this Boba Fett figure
This version of Boba Fett was released individually carded during the Clone Wars Collection in early November 2010. The figure is based on Boba Fett's appearance in the Lethal Trackdown episode from the second season of the Clone Wars TV show.
The figure features 14 points of articulation, including a ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, a swivel waist, 2 ball-jointed legs, 2 ball-jointed knees and 2 ball-jointed ankles. Despite the small feet and the extra weight of the jet-pack on the back, Boba Fett can be balanced out quite well. Both included blasters are a very good fit for either of the young Bounty Hunter's hands, and they also fit perfectly into both holsters. Boba Fett's chest armor is removable and fits nicely over the chest. The jet-pack can be plugged into the figure's back, where it stays firmly attached. The belt with the holsters is permanently attached and can't be removed.
The paint job on young Boba Fett is well done, mimicking the color tones from the TV show very well. The figure's head sculpt is superb and matches young Boba Fett from the Clone Wars spot-on. In addition to an aesthetically fantastic looking figure, Hasbro managed to implement 14 joints, which allows collectors to position the young Bounty Hunter in various different action-oriented positions. All in all, this animated-style Boba Fett turned out very well, and shouldn't miss from any Clone Wars collection!
Haunted by the death of his father, Boba Fett continues his training as a bounty hunter. He learns the skills of this dangerous trade from the Trandoshan hunter Bossk and the ruthless Aurra Sing. Jango's son is determined to follow in his father's footsteps as a powerful bounty hunter, and is eager to fight the Jedi who defeated his father.