Posted by D_Martin on September 16, 2010 at 01:06 AM CST



STAR WARS EMPIRE STRIKES BACK BOBA FETT CLOUD CITY VER. ARTFX+ STATUE

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! The hit line of smaller scale Star Wars ARTFX+ Statues is back, and this time itís bringing to life characters from the original films in the all new Saga Collection! First up is the most notorious bounty hunter in the outer rim, BOBA FETT CLOUD CITY VERSION. Appearing as he did in Empire Strikes Back, Fett works with Darth Vader to capture the Millennium Falcon and collect on the bounty for Han Solo.

Cold and calculating, Boba Fett is never encountered without his full suit of Mandalorian armor and trusty blaster rifle. The armor plating over a full-length bodysuit clearly shows the wear and tear of a life of crime, along with all of the personal touches added by Fett over the years like the cape and unique built in weaponry. The bounty hunter is a perfect likeness of the character from the film, down to the colors on his armor and the crucial dent in his helmet. Poseable in two ways (holding his gun at ease or aimed at his quarry), Fett comes with two different interchangeable arms and magnets in his feet for display on the included base!

ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be easily put together in seconds without glue or modeling skill. Boba Fett stands almost 8 inches tall (1/10th scale) and is just the first in the all new Saga Collection!

srp $44.99
Available in MARCH
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