- Articulation Count: 22
- Articulation Details: Ball-jointed neck, Swivel jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, Right swivel biceps, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel forearms, 2 ball-jointed wrists, ball-jointed torso, 2 ball-jointed hips, 2 swivel thighs, 2 swivel joints above the knees, 2 swivel joints below the knees, 2 ball-jointed ankles;
- Accessory Count: 3
- Accessory Details: Jetpack, Blaster, Blaster Rifle;
- This Walgreens exclusive six inch scale Boba Fett (Prototype Armor) was released individually boxed
- The figure is a repainted version of the regular released Boba Fett figure
- This is unfortunate - because it makes this figure quite inaccurate when compared to the original source material
- Boba's helmet is not removable
- The range-finder on the helmet is static
- The jetpack plugs nicely into a hole in the back of the figure
- The rocket in the jetpack is not removable
- The soft-goods cape - the chest armor - the belt and the pouches are not removable
- The figure is able to hold the two weapons beautifully in both hands (with patience the index finger can be placed onto the trigger - which looks great)
- The basic blaster fits well into the holster
- The Boba Fett figure reviewed here had stiff joints - which allowed for it to be displayed in more dynamic battle poses
How close is this figure compared to the actual Prototype Armor?
- The blasters are inaccuarte when compared to the Prototype Armor Boba Fett (a detail Hasbro got right on the 3 3/4inch Prototype Armor Boba Fett figure)
- The holster is completely wrong
- The cape is wrong (they used a Star Wars beach towel on the Prototype armor)
- The rocket is missing the "spikes"
- Hasbro took a lot of liberty when painting this figure - the jetpack and the gauntlets on both arms have for the most part the wrong details highlighted
- The Prototype Armor Boba Fett didn't have Wookiee braids hanging over the shoulder
- It's unfortunate that Hasbro took so many shortcuts on such a beloved costume
- There is currently a video available on StarWars.com - which shows the prototype armor quite beautifully: http://www.starwars.com/watch/meet_boba_fett.html
- Despite a lot of inaccuracies when compared to the original Prototype Armor - there is just something extremely cool about this white Boba Fett figure!
Before he put on the familiar mandalroian armor from the Star Wars Saga - this notorious bounty hunter was initially envisioned as a "Super Trooper" in all-white armor. This special figure captures the beginning of a character that has become a legend who is both respected and feared across the galaxy ... Boba Fett.