There is something very memorable about Boba Fett. For a character who had a number of lines in the original trilogy that we can quite literally count on one hand, he left a lasting impression. Maybe it was his demeanor, just standing there, ever silent, gun in hand. It’s very intimidating. Or maybe it was his armor, because, let’s face the facts, it’s pretty awesome looking. Generous wear and tear from all the action Boba has seen. Iconic colors and design. Now, imagine all that, but in the form of a watch.
Nixon The Unit Boba Fett watch features a design inspired by one of the galaxy’s most feared bounty hunters. This digital watch features the same colors as Boba Fett’s iconic armor. Knurled pusher and Mandalorian insignia on the side. Helmet and the words “As you wish” inscribed on the back of the watch.
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One of the best-looking bounty hunters in the galaxy!
Based on the outfit Princess Leia Organa wore in Return of the Jedi.
Styled after the 2003-2005 Clone Wars cartoon.
Scaled to your other classic animated maquettes from Gentle Giant!
The Gartogg – Gamorrean Guard 12 inch Figure features:
* Articulated figure body
* Authentic likeness of Gartogg – Gamorrean Guard
* Detailed costume including authentic leather belt and fur elements
* Gamorrean Head Splitter ax
* Two (2) sets of switch-out hands
Sideshow Collectibles and Lucasfilm are proud to present the ‘Fall of the Empire’ – Ewoks VS Stormtrooper Diorama. Siding with the Jedi and the Rebel Alliance, the underestimated Ewoks ultimately overpower the Stormtroopers who attempt to invade the Endor forest. Each piece is individually painted and finished, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles product. This stunning piece will make an outstanding addition to any Star Wars collection!
Chains cannot restrain your smoldering sensuality – even when the most despicable scum in the galaxy surround you. Whether you're on a daring rescue mission or are being held captive by a nefarious slug/gangster, your regal bearing lets the world know that despite appearances, you’re no one’s servant.
Fearless and inventive, Slave Leia Perfume by Genki Wear includes floral top notes of white peach, lily, bergamot, heliotrope, and raspberry that dry down to a warm sultry mix of cashmere woods, musk, and night-blooming jasmine.
Slave Leia Perfume – More powerful than a thermal detonator yet more comfortable than a metal bikini.
Measuring approximately 14” wide, 9” tall and 6.5” deep, the Jabba’s Palace Bookend Set is a hand-numbered limited edition accompanied by a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The Bookend Set’s modular disposition allows for a conventional bookend function or display as standalone components. The left portion encompasses a section of Jabba’s throne room which includes the mounted head of a Tauntaun, a porcine, axe-equipped Gamorrean Guard, and the pistol-equipped Boba Fett. The right portion encompasses a section which includes the wall-mounted carbonite-frozen Han Solo, and Leia clad in her Boushh disguise. Following Boba Fett’s acquisition of Han Solo and the bounty hunter’s transport of the latter to Jabba the Hutt, a scheme is initiated by Solo’s friends to infiltrate Jabba’s palace and perform a rescue. Disguised as the Ubese bounty hunter Boushh, Leia delivers the shackled, humbled Chewbacca to Jabba as an appendix to Solo’s capture. Using cutthroat tactics to ingratiate herself, Leia seemingly earns the Hutt’s trust. Later, during sleeping hours, Leia stealthily revisits the throne room, releasing Solo from the carbonite block and revealing her true identity, only to learn that her actions have been anticipated by Jabba, the latter of whom lies carefully in wait. Both Leia and Solo, the latter suffering from hibernation sickness, and captured by the Hutt’s ghastly retinue. Though Leia is spared the horror of being transported to the Pit of Carcoon and devoured by the Sarlacc, she is instead recruited as a replacement for Jabba’s former dancing girl, Oola.
I find it interesting they didn’t photograph this one with any books or dvds on it.