Hasbro first released their Boba Fett Black Series 6" figure in 2013. Since then the secondary market was the only way to pick one of these up and they aren't cheap. Listening to fans Hasbro has once again released Boba Fett as part of the Star Black Series Archive Collection. That's a huge win for those of us not lucky enough to pick up this Star Wars icon up the first time around.
From the review videos I've seen comparing this to the original released figure there is very little that has changed and those differences are minor. This guy looks great out of the box and I played around a little outside getting photos of him. It was breezy today so it was nice to see his cape caught in the wind.
A long time favorite of Star Wars fans this guy looks so good in hand.
The figure includes the jet pack, rifle, and pistol. The pistol is below the jet pack to the right and is brown in color in the holster.
A visual guide of the Star Wars Black 6" series can be seen here. The Archive first wave hasn't been added yet but also includes Luke Skywalker (in pilot suit), IG-88 and Bossk. Bounty hunter enthusiasts have been so excited as those last two were also previously released and are now hard to find. I may pick those up later but my budget limits me to those I'm really a fan of. Wave 2 of the Archive figures hits the shelves this spring and will include Episode V Yoda, Episode III Anakin Skywalker, and Biker Scout. I wish I could pick up all the 6" Black Series figures current and past. They for the most part are really good figures and while they run you $19.97 a piece I think that isn't bad for the size and quality. For those of you wondering they still make Star Wars figures in 3.75" size which is comparable to the originals released in the 70's and 80's with the original trilogy. I don't really have the space to display all I have nor the budget to grab them all but I do have a decent collection of 6" figures that I know will only grow.