- Articulation Count: 8
- Articulation Details: 1 Swivel head, 2 swivel shoulders, 1 swivel right upper arm, 1 swivel left forearm, 1 swivel waist, 2 swivel legs;
- Accessory Count: 4
- Accessory Details: 1 Removable Rocket, 1 Blaster, 1 Blaster Rifle, 1 Display Stand;
- Boba Fett (Ultimate Bounty) was released in a Toys'R'Us exclusive 4-pack titled "Ultimate Bounty"
- The other figures in this set were Aurra Sing - Bossk and IG-88
- Besides 4 Star Wars action figures the set also included a Swoop Bike
- This Boba Fett figure is a re-release of the Boba Fett (300th figure) from the Power Of The Jedi toy line
- This time however Hasbro included a display stand and removed the "firing missile" from the set
- Boba Fett's range finder is permanently attached to the helmet - but it can be moved up and down
- There is no head underneath the helmet
- The rocket can be pulled out of the jet-pack
- The jet-pack is not removable
- Boba Fett is able to hold both weapons well in his hands
- The small blaster fits nicely into Boba Fett's holster
- The soft-goods cape is not removable
Bounty hunters enjoy a thriving business in the galaxy. Under the restrictive rule of the Empire - citizens are often named "enemies of the state" and rewards are posted for their capture. Many bounty hunters are criminals themselves and act in dangerous and violent ways with the sanction of Imperial law. They hunt the innocent and guilty alike - caring only for their reward and not at all concerned with justice. Only a few work with the legitimate intention of capturing actual fugitives. As a whole - t he profession is distinguished by outstanding slime.
Mysterious bounty hunter with enigmatic origins: considered the best in the business throughout the galaxy.