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Boba Fett is the subject of the newest Star Wars statue from Sideshow Toys

The Mandalorian of the moment (kind of), a gigantic and freshly rearmed and armored Boba Fett statue is the latest piece unveiled by Sideshow Toys.

I want my armor

And he got it too, as we saw in The Mandalorian season 2. Boba Fett, originally thought to have died in the belly of the sarlacc pit in Return of the Jedi, returned in a big way in that second season of the popular Disney+ show.

Fett escaped the pit, but had lost his armor. Though it wasn’t long before he got it back, and just in time to seriously put the hurt on a squad of Stormtroopers. That specific moment is the subject of the latest statue in Sideshow Toys’ lineup.

A Premium Format Figure, Fett stands in at 22.38″ tall, and is sculpted on terrain reflecting the planet Tython. The figure showcases Fett’s “weathered armor”, before he was able to refinish it. And as you can see, it’s also complete with two different portraits. Both masked and unmasked are included.

The Boba Fett Premium Format Figure is fully sculpted and features highly detailed paint applications to recreate the weathered state of his recovered armor. This polystone Star Wars statue includes two swap-out portraits, enabling fans to depict Fett wearing his distinctive Mandalorian™ helmet, or to display him unmasked (showcasing a stunning hand-painted portrait of the character and his scarred visage as he appeared in The Mandalorian).

Boba also comes fully equipped for battle with his jetpack, a gaffi stick™, and a blaster pistol. The chest plate of his armor also includes a light-up feature, which can be activated with the included power cord.

Sideshow Toys press release

Boba Fett is priced in at $650 USD, and is set to ship out some time between Holiday ’22 and Q1 2023. Want to pre-order one for yourself, click here.

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