BOBA FETT
(Animated Debut)

Source: Expanded Universe:
Star Wars Holiday Special

Collection: 4

Year: 2007

Number: 30-24

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $6.99

Assortment Number: 87296/87500

UPC Number: 6 53569 20654 5

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Blaster
  • Electropole
  • Rangefinder
  • Mitrinomon Z-6 Jet Pack
  • Collector Coin
  • Character Profile: The first apearane of Boba Fett was in an animation short in the Star Wars Holiday Special, whose first and only televised airing was on November 17, 1978. In the cartoon, Fett's clothing and armor are brighter, more colorful, and much less battle-worn than how they will appear in The Empire Strikes Back. While he still wears his jet backpack, he carries a twin-pronged weapon instead of his now-trademark blaster.
    Comments: Friend or foe? Boba Fett helps Chewie find a cure for the sleeping sickness that has infected Han and Luke, but he also tells Darth Vader of the Rebelsí location. The droids intercept his message and tell the Rebels, but Fett escapes, promising that they will meet again.








    Points of Interest:
  • This figure of Boba Fett is based on 2004's VOTC Boba Fett. This time around, he has a new belt and new forearm gauntlets.
  • This version of Boba Fett also appeared in the Droids animated series.
  • Photography by Dan Curto
  • Also included with this figure is a folding pamphlet that shows other toys in The 30th Anniversary Collection.

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