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Star Wars licensing has been in full swing since Disney took over, and part of that push has been an expansion in action figures to the Asian markets. Bandai’s S.H. Figuarts and Movie Realization Series, Medicom’s Mafex line, Kaiyodo’s Revoltech, Hot Toys, and of course – Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai. The PAK figures are alternate takes, artistic representations of classic characters, not meant to be screen accurate. They are big, 10-11 inches tall, solid plastic with tons of articulation and paint apps.

The first one was Darth Vader, who we shot in June. Next up is Boba Fett, now in hand and ready to show off all he’s got. This is another impressive piece, so if you dig the alternate takes I’d grab them while you can. They are moving like hot cakes. Check out our gallery of over 80 shots after the break courtesy of Big Bad Toy Store!

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BBTS – Get ’em while they’re hot: Darth Maul, Storm Trooper, Boba Fett, All Play Arts Kai.

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Hot Toys has loaded up their own photo from ACGHK 2015. We finally have a new look at their Guardians of the Galaxy Drax The Destroyer 1/6 Scale Figure. We haven’t see this guy on display in a while, so it’s good to know he’s still being released. They also have a Predator 2 – Elder Predator 2.0 Figure on display. There’s also a few clearer looks at a few items we’ve seen already.

Check out the above figures and much more by reading on.

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Here is a bunch of photos showing the Hot Toys Display from ACGHK 2015. It includes a look at some life size Star Wars: The Force Awakens Stormtroopers on display. There are also more photos of the massive Star Wars 1/6 Scale Millennium Falcon, Ant Man figures, Terminator, and More.

Check out the photos, courtesy of NonSoloHobby and One Sixth Republic, after the jump.

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The Star Wars display by Kotobukiys was filled, mostly, with items we’ve previously seen. they did have their new AT-AT Drive ARTFX Statue. They also announced that they will be producing items based on Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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The Sideshow Star Wars display was a little on the lighter side. However, most (though not everything) was new. Included were:

  • Darth Maul Sixth Scale Figure
  • Jawas Sixth Scale Figure
  • AT-AT Driver Sixth Scale Figure
  • R2-Q5 Sixth Scale Figure
  • R5-D4 Sixth Scale Figure
  • C-3PO and R2-D2 Sixth Scale Figures
  • Darth Vader Premium Format Figure
  • Ralph McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett Statue
  • Ralph McQuarrie ConceptStormtrooper Statue

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Check out the fantastic Star Wars display from Hot Toys. These were also at the Sideshow booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2015. We get our first looks at Princess Leia, the finalized Millennium Falcon Cockpit, Luke Skywalker and More. We also get a glimpse at a TIE Fighter Pilot, who just happens to be sitting in a scale TIE Fighter! There are also 1/4 scale versions of Boba Fett, Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper.

A few more photos added.

Darth Maul Sixth Scale Figure Preview

Another cool announcement from Sideshow Collectibles. Their latest preview is for a Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace Darth Maul Sixth Scale Figure. The figure will be on display at Sideshow’s San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Booth. We’ll be there with full coverage of Sideshow‘s offerings. Be sure to check back next week as we begin our live coverage. Pre-orders and pricing will be announced some time after SDCC.

Sideshow has also revealed a teaser for a Ralph McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett Statue.

You can check out the preview images by reading on.

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Gentle Giant has revealed their latest San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Exclusive. They will be offering a Star Wars Prototype Boba Fett Mini Bust. The 1/6 scale bust will also be available to Premier Guild Members who cannot attend SDCC. Price and edition size have not been revealed just yet. Details from Gentle Giant:

In the summer of 1980, The Empire Strikes Back introduced us to one of modern cinemas most recognizable characters, Boba Fett. A man of few words, the gritty bounty hunter quickly made his mark despite having roughly 3 minutes of screen time in his debut film. The character had long been teased by Lucasfilm as far back as 1978, appearing in animated form and as a costumed character in parades and special events across the country.

It was a filmed screen test in early 1978 where we saw an early prototype of Fett that featured sleek all white armor over an off-white jump suit. This costume was rumored to be a “Super Stormtrooper” design that saw the character designed to be a kind of elite, special forces Imperial Trooper, better trained and equipped than regular foot soldiers. In the end, this concept was abandoned and Fett became the rogue bounty hunter we all know today.

Gentle Giant Ltd. is pleased to announce the exclusive Boba Fett-Prototype mini-bust to our collectors for San Diego Comicon 2015. Featuring polished white armor, unique blaster and minute details that set him apart from the bounty hunter version of Fett, this mini-bust is a must have addition for those looking to add a piece of early Fett history to their Star Wars/Gentle Giant Ltd. collection.

If you are not planning on attending San Diego Comic Con 2015, but still wish to purchase the Prototype Boba Fett Mini Bust, then join the Gentle Giant Ltd Premier Guild today!!! Not only will your membership allow you to purchase this exclusive item, but you will also receive 10% off all regular release items, access to past PGM items, access to future exclusives, and one of the below mini busts of your choice!!!

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SDCC2015 Jumbo 1st Appearance Boba Fett

For San Diego Comic-Con 2015, Jakks Pacific will be offering a Star Wars 1st Appearance Boba Fett 20″ Tall Jumbo Figure. Jedi Temple Archives shared the news, which reveals the figure will be based on Boba Fett‘s first ever public appearance at the San Anselmo County Fair on September 24, 1978.

While Jakks claims this is the first time this version has ever received a figure, the team at JTA note that is incorrect. They note that it has been offered by Medicom twice. Once as a Vinyl Collectible Doll and once as a Kubrick. From Jakks:

SDCC First Appearance Boba Fett $50.00, limit one per customer, sold ONLY at SDCC at the JAKKS booth in the Lucasfilm area

Boba Fett, Legendary Mandalorian Bounty Hunter has a long and colorful history. While many fans remember him from The Empire Strikes Back as well as his animate debut in The Star Wars Holiday Special, his true first appearance was as a member of the Star Wars delegation in the San Anselmo County Fair on September 24, 1978! At the time, Lucasfilm was headquartered at 52 Park Way in San Anselmo, about twenty minutes north of San Francisco. As part of harvest parade, Darth Vader and for the first time in public, Boba Fett, marched throughout the street waving to fans of all ages. The armor was worn by assistant film editor Duwayne Dunham and featured several noticeable difference such as the brightly colored blue jump suit, yellow and red armor highlights, as well as the “tribal marks” on his helmet; all altered for his later film appearances. JAKKS Pacific is excited to celebrate this legendary character and offer an articulated action figure of First Appearance Boba Fett or the first time ever!

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Gentle Giant has updated their website with new images and info on their upcoming SDCC 2015 Exclusive Jumbo Star Wars Droids boba Fett Figure –

In 1985, everyone’s favorite protocol droid and astromech droid starred in their own animated TV series. Star Wars: Droids, featured R2-D2 and C-3PO on their early adventures that took place before Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope. The series also featured the appearance of Boba Fett himself!

The figure will be priced at $100.00


The team at Yoda News have provided a first look at Gentle Giant‘s upcoming Jumbo Star Wars Droids Boba Fett figure. This offering will be a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive and is chock full of nostalgia!

The Jumbo Boba Fett comes packaged with a Star Wars Droids inspired backer card, furthering the vintage feel of this piece. That’s not all though, it also comes with a jumbo replica of the collectors coin that came with the original figure! Now, you might say to yourself “Ugh, but I’m not going to SDCC”…well no worries, you’ll be able to get this piece directly through Gentle Giant, but you’ll have to be a member of GG’s Premier Guild, so make sure to sign up today!

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