In the Star Wars universe, there is no bounty hunter more fearsome, nor more famous, than Boba Fett. From his first appearance in Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back, the character immediately gained a following as a recurring antagonist in the films.

Now, you can own your very own Boba Fett, at least as a Hot Toy collectible, direct from his appearance in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. 

This Boba Fett is at quarter scale and features everything you'd expect from such a figure: from his helmet and armor, jetpack, weapons, accessories and even a barge figure stand. Every fine detail is there, too, including special weathering effects.

The figure, which stands at 17.5 inches tall, also features a body with over 30 points of articulation and seven pieces of interchangeable hands, in case you want your Boba Fett holding weapons, making fists, gesturing or just chilling out.

The figure also comes equipped with its own blaster rifle (as well as a damaged blaster rifle), Boba Fett's Mandolorian armor, a flight suit, a cape, a pouched belt, gauntlets, knee guards and boots.

Accessories include a jetpack, a knife, a sonic beam weapon and an anti-security blade.

"Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are very excited to officially reveal Boba Fett as the first release in the Hot Toys Star Wars quarter-scale collectible series!" writes Hot Toys on its official website. "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 and features a finely sculpted Boba Fett helmet and armor, his signature jetpack, highly detailed weapons, accessories, and a specially designed sail barge figure stand as well as over 30 points of articulation and skillfully-applied distressed effects."

Of course, as with most Hot Toys collectibles, this figure can set you back: the Boba Fett figure costs $469.99, although you can make payments of around $105 per month until paid off, too. Obviously, this isn't a toy for the kiddies, but something only a serious collector might invest in.

For those who might want something a little smaller (and possibly less expensive), Hot Toys also plans on releasing a 1/6-scale version of Boba Fett later this year with many of the same features.

Photo credit: Hot Toys

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