- Articulation Count: 6
- Articulation Details: 1 Swivel neck, 2 swivel arms, 1 swivel waist, 2 swivel legs;
- Accessory Count: 3
- Accessory Details: 1 Blaster, 1 Blaster Rifle, 1 Clear Display Stand;
- Bossk (Ultimate Bounty) was released in a Toys'R'Us exclusive 4-pack titled "Ultimate Bounty"
- The other figures in this set were Aurra Sing - Boba Fett and IG-88
- Besides 4 Star Wars action figures the set also included a Swoop Bike
- Bossk is a repaint of the Bossk figure from The Power Of The Force toy line from 1997
- This time the figure has no insignias painted onto both shoulders > Compare both Bossk figures side by side
- Bossk can hold the blaster well in his right hand
- The blaster rifle can be hung over Bossk's shoulder quite nicely
- The neck collar - the vest and none of the straps are removable
- The figure stands well without help from the included display stand
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.
Tough - resilient Trandoshan who went from tracking down runaway slaves to claiming bounties posted by the Empire.