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Gentle Giant: SDCC Exclusive Jumbo Boba Fett (ROTJ)

Gentle Giant has announced their first SDCC exclusive. Celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Return of the Jedi, their be offering a Jumbo Kenner Boba Fett on ROTJ card back.

The Boba Fett Jumbo Figure will be available exclusively at our booth (booth #3513) at San Diego Comic Con July 18th-22nd.   However, we have set aside a limited quantity of them for current members of our 2018 Premier Guild Collectors club.  Even if you are not able to attend  Comic Con 2018 you can still join the Premier Guild and order one (while available) and we will ship it to you after the convention*.    The Boba Fett ROTJ Jumbo will be available to pre-order for 2018 Premier Guild members at 12noon pst on June 4th through June 6th.   You can go to https://www.gentlegiantltd.com/premier-guild/  to find out more information or to sign up for the Premier Guild.

Update: Boba Fett Life-Size Bust Preorder Now Available

Sideshow has announced that preorders will begin later today for their Boba Fett Life-Size Bust.

Measuring over 30” tall, Boba Fett has an articulated helmet, allowing you to display him on the lookout for his next target. His helmet also features an articulated range finder and synthetic hair Wookiee scalps adorning his shoulder as trophies of his seasoned past.

UPDATE: Preorders now open

Hot Toys Boba Fett Sixth Scale Preorders

Sideshow has opened preorders for two Boba Fett Sixth Scale figures from Hot Toys. The first is the standard Boba Fett as seen in The Empire Strikes Back, the second is a preproduction deluxe version that includes* new helmet with jaig eyes, unique gloves hands, green cape, red and yellow gauntlets, special blasters and more.

*Deluxe version includes all of the accessories as the standard release.

Toyguide Update: Boba Fett (Prototype) Mini Bust (2015 Convention Exclusive)

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The Yakface Toyguide updates resume today as we take a look at the 2015 Convention Exclusive Boba Fett (Prototype) Mini Bust from Gentle Giant.

PROS:  Thankfully, Gentle Giant chose to create an all-new mini bust for this release rather than do a simple repaint of an existing sculpt – a practice that so many manufacturers employ. Although this piece is stark in its colorization, there is a different hue for the armor to set it apart from the underlying light gray jump suit that conveys a subtle realism to the bust. There is a lot of detail overall, especially in the gauntlets, jet pack and blaster that are highlighted with minimal, yet effective, paint accents and washes. For any Boba Fett fan, this is a must have piece.

CONS: Like the previous Boba Fett (McQuarrie Concept) bust we covered yesterday,  the aftermarket/third party price on this piece is about double the original cost,  but playing the long game on this may yield a bounty for a better price.

Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this bust is worth adding to your collection.

Toyguide Update: Boba Fett (McQuarrie Concept) Mini Bust (SDCC 2009 Exclusive)

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The Yakface Toyguide updates resume today as we take a look at the 2009 SDCC Exclusive Boba Fett (McQuarrie Concept) Mini Bust from Gentle Giant.

PROS:  As a huge fan of anything related to Ralph McQuarrie, this item struck a chord with me back in 2009 although I only just acquired it recently due to my new and expanding “Concept/Prototype Boba Fett” collection of items. The sculpt and details of this piece captures McQuarrie’s original concept masterfully and the inclusion of the swappable helmet is the perfect touch as it give collectors options for displaying. Paint is minimal, yet effective as the overall off-white, egg shell color gives it a used “in-universe” look.

CONS: Long since sold out, the aftermarket/third party prices on this piece are elevated but there are deals out there to be had from time to time. If you really want to add this piece to your collection, I suggest having a “saved search” on eBay.

Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this bust is worth adding to your collection.

Upcoming Disney Store In-Store Events and Free Pin

Looks like the Disney Store will be the place to be for you and your family as we approve Star Wars Day (May 4th). @BobaSpeich passed on the above image detailing the events as well as the reveal of a FREE Boba Fett pin available to the first 50 guests* on May 1 and May 4.

*purchase required