Pre-orders are now live for the Vintage Color Boba Fett statue from Kotobukiya
He’s the greatest bounty hunter in the galaxy – and he’s back! Just weeks after he made a stellar appearance in the ninth chapter of The Mandalorian – Bait has opened pre-orders for its exclusive Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – Boba Fett Vintage Color Exclusive ARTFX+ Statue.
The statue is being produced by Kotobukiya and features a vintage paint design inspired by the classic original action figure from Kenner. The sensational 1:10 scale statue will stand roughly 7.5″ tall and will be a limited edition release consisting of just 500 units.
Here’s the official line:
A bounty hunter like no other Boba Fett has seen and experienced it all, from the cloning facilities on Kamino, the asteroid fields of Hoth, to the endless sand dunes of Tatooine. Immortalized from his appearance in Star Wars: The Empires Strikes Back, Boba Fett is rendered in a unique vintage paint scheme, harkening back to the original 80’s action figure release.
At 1:10 scale (roughly 7.5 inches tall on the included base) Boba Fett stands at the ready cradling his EE-3 carbine rifle. Details from his outfit have been painstakingly recreated including his Mandalorian armor, Wookie trophy braids, and Z-6 jetpack.
As part of Kotobukiya’s long-standing Star Wars ARTFX+ series, you can expect easy, snap-fit construction, precision paint applications, and a magnetized display stand for effortless display options. This BAIT exclusive is a one-time production limited to only 500 pieces for North America. Make sure to set your sights early on obtaining this one before it slips away for good!
Check out these amazing images. But be warned – you’re gonna want one!
The Boba Fett Vintage Color Exclusive ARTFX+ Statue is priced at a reasonable $99.99 and is expected to be released in March 2021. Don’t get frozen in carbonite – pre-orders yours NOW!
You can pre-order by Clicking Here.
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