Star Wars Black Series Tython Jedi Ruins Boba Fett Revealed!

Just earlier this week Hasbro revealed another Deluxe Boba Fett figure. This time it’s based on his appearance during the second season of The Mandalorian when he first gets his armor. This figure is very similar to the Throne deluxe figure, the only difference is the armor as it looks damaged just like how it was when he got it back before he repaired it in a later episode.

He comes with the same accessories as well which are the removable helmet, jetpack, blaster pistol, and blaster rifle. Don’t get me wrong it does look like a fantastic figure, but I wish it would come with something else to make it a bit different from the Throne figure such as a knee rocket effect or blast effects for his weapons would have been great. Especially when the pre for this one is a bit higher than the other deluxe figures with the price being about £36 which is £10 more expensive than most of the deluxe releases. So I think this is a mistake on Hasbro’s part and the price will be corrected soon.

Also, the figure’s release date is a bit strange as it’s scheduled to be released next January which I wholly believe to be incorrect as that’s 11 months from now. I think it will be more likely to be released this summer. I have noticed that the initial release dates are placed further ahead of their actual release date (for example Marvel Legends 20th Anniversary Captain America, scheduled to be released in April of this year but is released here in the UK this month)

Here’s the picture gallery from Hasbro:

By Samuel Demchy-Cooper

Samuel is from the UK. He is an avid film fan and critic and a very passionate action figure collector. Basically he's a bit of a nerd. He collects mostly NECA, Mcfarlane's The Walking Dead line, Hasbro: Star Wars Black Series, Marvel Legends and some Play Arts Kai. He would love to collect even more high end figures someday. He also does digital art, collect films on Blu-Ray, and is a voice artist.

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