Star Wars Boba Fett Gets Concept Art SDCC Statue from Gentle Giant

Gentle Giant has unveiled one of their San Diego Comic Con 2020 exclusives. Coming our of a galaxy far, far away, the Star Wars bounty hunter Boba feat has arrived. This is not the Boba Fett that everyone knows and loves as its the Ralpha McQuarrie concept Boba. The mini bust is 1/6 scale and will include not one but two different head portraits showing two different concept helmet designs. The white armor is a slick and very well sculpted. Star Wars and Boba Feat fans alike will have no trouble adding this to their bounty hunter collection.

Concept art designs are always appreciated especially with Star Wars fans. Giving us a Boba Fett McQuarrie statue is something that fans will drool over and with a design like this, I am too. The Gentle Giant San Diego Comic-Con 2020 Exclusives Star Wars Ralpha McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett Mini Bust is limited to 500 pieces. Gentle Giant members (like always) have first dibs on statues like this so members can go here to secure them. This statue is set for public release July 20th if any remain after member reserves. A price or ship out date is not known just yet so be wary of a high price due to SDCC exclusivity.

Star Wars Boba Fett Gets Concept Art SDCC Statue from Gentle Giant
Credit: Gentle Giant Ltd.

Star Wars – Ralpha McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett Bust. Before there was Boba Fett, there was the idea of Boba Fett, and the designers' vision of the bounty hunter retained much of its magic on the way to the screen. This 1/6 scale bust is based on the designers' concepts, and includes two interchangeable heads. It comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Limited to 500 pieces. A Gentle Giant Ltd. release!

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