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We are so excited to announce the CARBONIZED COLLECTION 6-INCH BOBA FETT Figure from Hasbro! Check out all the info below:
(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $24.99/Available: Spring 2020)
Fans and collectors can imagine scenes from the Star Wars Galaxy with this STAR WARS: THE BLACK CARBONIZED COLLECTION 6-INCH BOBA FETT Figure, which is carefully detailed to look like the character from STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. Featuring premium detail, multiple points of articulation (4 fully articulated limbs), and a metallic finish, this CARBONIZED COLLECTION figure really stands out in any STAR WARS fan’s collection. Includes figure and 2 accessories. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse, Big Bad Toy Store, Entertainment Earth and more.
Be sure to check back with us today as we have an EXCLUSIVE reveal coming!
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- The legends are back!
- Classic Kenner characters, modernized and enlarged, on vintage-style packaging!
- Inspired by Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back.
- Featuring 20 points of articulation and remarkable accessories!
- Wave 2 case contains 5 individually packaged action figures.
Star Wars The Black Series The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Vintage 6-Inch Action Figures bring back the legends that continued the saga. Classic movie characters are here, and the iconic collectible figure line has been modernized and enlarged with incredible sculpts and accessories, on vintage-style packaging from Hasbro! Ages 4 and up.
You’ll find the greatest characters from the original Star Wars sequel on packaging very much inspired by the classics. It would be unwise to skip this assortment, and the early bird catches the worm with this remarkable collection!
This Star Wars The Black Series The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary 6-Inch Figures Wave 2 Case contains 5 individually packaged action figures from Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back:
1x Hoth Rebel Soldier
1x Lando Calrisian
1x TIE Pilot
1x Luke Skywalker Snow
(subject to change)
One of the Holy Grails for Star Wars collectors, the Rocket-Firing Boba Fett, is going up for auction.The rare toy is worth over $80,000 and is just one lot in the Prop Stores Toys, Comic Art & Collectibles Live Auction, which kicks off on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. The Boba Fett collectible had a starting bid of $30,000, but absentee bids have already hit $62,500 before the auction officially begins.
There is a reason why this lot, which comes with a Certificate of Authentication, or COA, has a firm place in Star Wars toy lore.
This Rocket-Firing Boba Fett, which is unpainted and made of blue plastic, is a prototype that utilized an L-Slot design named after the shape of the backpack mechanism to allow the rocket to fire. It never went into production but was used by toymaker Kenner to promote the second film in the franchise, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
It was intended to be mailed out to people who collected a certain number of proof of purchase coupons from other Star Wars toys.