Boba Fett

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UK metal designer Burned By Design created this badass Boba Fett wood burning stove. Power welded, cleaned, and painted all in one day, this is one incredible metal homage to everyone’s favorite bounty hunter.

See Also: This Alien Wood Burning Stove Will Scare The Cold Away

As the wood stove’s creator would say “A Fett a day to keep the Jedi at bay…” Check out more pics of this fearsome stove after the break.

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For some of us, our car isn’t just a mode of transport. It’s our baby, our Millennium Falcon. If you fall into the latter category, your car likely has a name and you have rules for people who ride in her. You also want to protect her from the elements and the occasional spilled drink.

See Also: Darth Vader And Stormtrooper Car Seat Covers and Floor Mats

This is where these Star Wars Boba Fett and Chewbacca Rubber Floor Mat 2-packs come in handy. Made in a universal fit and ultra-durable, they measure about 26 3/4-inches tall x 18 1/8-inches wide and are easily cleaned with soap and water.

If I even get my ’67 Impala, I’m gonna get the Boba Fett ones.

Product Page: Star Wars Chewbacca Rubber Floor Mat 2-Pack / Star Wars Boba Fett Rubber Floor Mat 2-Pack ($42.99)

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As much as many of us love Boba Fett and consider him the baddest bounty hunter in the galaxy, you have to admit that his mythos outweighs his time on screen –– most notably when he’s swallowed by the Sarlacc Pit.

Hoy Toys and Sideshow have teamed up to bring you that memorable moment in gorgeous detail with their Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi Boba Fett Sixth Scale Collectible Figure (Deluxe Version).

There’s also a standard version sans the Sarlacc.

Boba, who can be posed on a stand or in the clutches of the Sarlacc diorama, has over 30 points of articulation (that’s a lot of poses), 7 pieces of interchangeable gloved palms (that’s a lot of palms), his blaster rifle, jetpack and more. Check out all the details after the break…

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There’s a new Ronin Samurai bounty hunter joining the stunning Star Wars Bandai Movie Realization figure line. The Star Wars Ronin Samurai Boba Fett Meisho Movie Realization action figure is sculpted by artists Takeyuki Takeya and Junichi Taniguchi.

His EE-3 rifle has been turned into a flint-lock style blaster, his “backpack missile” can be removed / attached, and his helmet-mounted scope is moveable. He’s also got a short ninja-style katana and sheath, as well as numerous ninja-style blade accessories that can be subtly attached to his shin and forearm areas.

Product Page ($89.99)

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For May the Fourth, @Borderlands tweeted this great mash-up featuring Boba Fett with an R2-D2 Claptrap.

It’s the work of stain-art, who created it for his friend who loves both Star Wars and Borderlands. I’d say he nailed it.

And just imagine if Artoo’s beeps and boops were translated to Claptrap’s vernacular. Oh man, I would love to see conversations between him and C-3PO!

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Remember when we talked about that awesome Star Wars Play Arts Kai Variant Darth Vader? Well, now you can add Boba Fett and a Stormtrooper to that list.

And man, they’re gorgeous.

Between the detail, the style and the accessories, these two figures look like something out of an awesome Star Wars anime.

Head after the break to see the pictures.

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While official Star Wars canon has Boba Fett falling into the Sarlacc Pit never to return, there are stories in the non-canon Expanded Universe that have Boba Fett crawling out and escaping. However, LEGO builder Daniel Stoeffler has rescued Fett in a more creative way.

This amazing build was for a Star Wars contest over at Techlug that challenged entrants to create the story of Boba Fett’s escape in LEGO. Stoeffler not only came up with a fantastic build, but he came up with one heck of a story to go with it.

In his diorama, the Jawas run a distillery out of the Pit of Carkoon. They collect the Sarlacc’s digestive juices and then filter it to create “Jawa Juice” or “Nectar of the Sarlacc”.

Here’s where the theory gets really fun. Stoeffler suggests that Boba Fett fell in and found the opening in the Sarlacc’s stomach that contained the digestive juice collecting tube. When he makes it through into the distillery, he’s severly ill and they nurse him back to health.

During his time in the distillery, he even helps out and, after some time, Boba Fett leaves and the Jawas have a new ally.

You gotta admit, that is way cooler than a dead Boba Fett.

Head after the break to see more pictures.

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Plus it’s super expensive!

The fact that I just had to string all those words into one headline has me wondering if I should have stopped drinking before I sat down at the keyboard today. Nope. Completely sober. This is a real thing that you can buy, if you’re so inclined.

It’s a 12″ tall, hand-painted, resin statue of a scantily clad woman with a Boba Fett helmet with Mickey Mouse ears. Her boots and gloves also have claws so she’s also part werewolf? Hey, to each his own.

Product Page ($239 via Topless Robot)

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It seems like Hot Toys only exists for one purpose: to drain our bank accounts. One of their newest collectibles is a quarter scale Episode VI Boba Fett. I admit that I’m not the biggest fan of the character, but I can’t deny that he’s popular with the Star Wars crowd or that this collectible figure is insanely detailed.

Fett is fully decked out in armor, accessories, and weapons. Hot Toys shared the following on their Facebook page:

The highly-accurate quarter-scale collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi featuring finely sculpted Boba Fett helmet and armor, his signature jetpack, highly detailed weapons, accessories, and a specially designed sail barge figure stand all with skillfully-applied distressed effects. A special edition will be available for selected markets and include a blaster sidearm with holster which Boba Fett has in Star Wars: Episode V Empire Strikes Back.

See more pictures after the break.

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There are all kinds of car wraps out there, but this one is easily one of our favorites. It’s a simple black Hyundai Veloster that has been turned into Boba Fett by Rebekah Steig Knuth who came up with the design for her own car. She’s a graphic designer at FastSigns of Appleton and she digitally created the wrap which was then transferred to vinyl. I’m thinking she’s Boba Fett’s number one fan.

See more pictures and a video of the wrap being applied after the break.

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