Beast Kingdom: Star Wars Episode VI - Return of the Jedi: Boba Fett Action Figure
The Beast Kingdom is taking you to a galaxy far away with the launch of Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi: Boba Fett EAA-027 Action Figure set, featuring a unique character who managed to win over an impressive legion of fans despite his limited screen time in the original Star Wars trilogy.
Boba Fett appeared in Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back where he is hired by Darth Vader to find the Millennium Falcon and capture Han Solo. He later demands that Vader freeze Han Solo in carbonite so that Boba can deliver him to Jabba the Hut and claim his reward.
Using real fabric for the cape and a bevy of accessories, this bounty hunter is ready to hunt down Jedi in all corners of the galaxy. The use of intricate carving and painting techniques gives the armor a worn-in look as if straight from the battlefield. With the special edition set, collectors are treated to the Han Solo carbonated block from the Empire Strikes Back.
- Articulable helmet T-Visor
- The real fabric used for the cape
- Removable jet backpack, including add-on missiles and jet-fume effects
- EP VI design with EE-3 blaster gun
- Three (3) pairs of replacement hands (Fist, open, grip)
- EAA design, Han Solo frozen carbonite block, around 17Ccm
- Special, branded figure base with bracket
The Beast Kingdom, Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi: Boba Fett Action Figure from the Egg Attack Action line (EAA-027), is priced at $99.99. Pre-orders are already live and can be found at the links below. Its release is scheduled for April 2022.
Boba Fett appears in A New Hope, inserted into the film via the Special Edition re-release, but he does nothing but stands by and watch Han Solo stomp Jabba the Hutt’s ass. In the last two films, he gets to show what he is capable of doing.
In Empire Strikes Back, he is hired by Darth Vader to track down some troublesome rebels. In Return of the Jedi, he takes part in the battle on Jabba’s barge and meets his ultimate fate … or not!
By now, the vast majority of the world knows that Boba Fett made his triumphant return in the last episode of The Mandalorian. The man showed up, killed some stormtroopers, blew up some ships, and raised a few eyebrows with his surprisingly heroic behavior. And now he’s getting his own show! Yay to Boba!