In the latest round of Bring Home The Bounty: Bonus Bounties reveals, Hasbro confirms a Prototype Boba Fett reissue for The Black Series
The Star Wars: Bring Home The Bounty initiative may have come to an end, but the fun is far from over. The weekly merchandise drop was expected to come to an end with the series launch of The Book Of Boba Fett, but Lucasfilm is keeping the fun going. Today, the official website announced that “Bonus Bounties” will now come into play. The new release strategy will announce new weekly merchandise based on The Book Of Boba Fett and the bounty hunters from the galaxy far, far away. Pretty cool huh?
For the first week’s releases, we have some awesome new t-shirts and hoodies from Fifth Sun and a new Boba Fett Tote bag. But the standout reveals this week is a reissue of The Black Series Boba Fett (Prototype) figure by Hasbro. So strap yourself in, engage your tracking fobs and get ready for a cargo hold of awesomeness.
Star Wars: The Black Series Boba Fett (Prototype) by Hasbro
Fun fact: Boba Fett’s now-iconic armor was actually designed for “super troopers” of the Empire. When that idea was abandoned, however, filmmakers repurposed the striking gear for a new bounty hunter. The rest is Star Wars history, and Hasbro’s stunning figure pays tribute to the earliest incarnation of a legend. Pre-order available starting Wednesday, January 5.
Boba is back. Celebrate the return of the Star Wars icon with these stylish print-on-demand items from Fifth Sun, including a hoodie, tee, and tote all featuring characters from the premiere of The Book of Boba Fett.
These new additions to the GFFA merchandise collection are fabulous. And they are the perfect way to kick off our week. And with so many wonderful reveals, it’s a great time to be a Star Wars fan!
Will you be adding any of these new “Bonus Bounties” products to your collection? Drop a comment in the section below and share your thoughts.
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