Afternoon fellas'! I'm back with another review! Now before you go in the comments posting 'THERE'S A TYPO IN THE TITLEEEE!!! OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!', let me tell you this: There isn't. I ordered this off of Ebay a couple weeks back, and well, what can I expect? A $50 toy for $18? Of course it's counterfeit! So ladies and gents, I present to you:
NOT SO LONG AGO
IN A GALAXY IN YOUR LOCAL DOLLAR STORE
Yes, it's a bootleg. So, Let's move on.
Bootleg Boba comes with a nicely painted and sculpted jetpack, pistol, and EE-3 Blastech Carbine Laser Rifle. Kudos here.
SCULPT AND PAINT
Y'know, despite being fake, this thing has a pretty nice sculpt and paint. Every thing is accurate to the movie (Empire Strikes Back outfit, by the way). He has a real cloth shoulder cape, and it's a wee too long, but that's about all. But, being as cheap as he is, it might have some lead paint, so I'm just going to wash my hands...
Once again, not bad, but he does have some really stiff joints. Ball hinge on the head, shoulders, and elbows. He has a bicep swivel, gauntlet and wrist swivel, and a hinge at the hand. Ball hinge waist, ball joint at the legs (but sadly, they hardly move forward), thigh swivel, double jointed knees, and a hinge at the feet with a good ol' ankle pivot.
Fett is actually one of the few 6" Star Wars figures (or should I say Star Wals?). He is approximatley 6.3"
Wow. A good bootleg. If you like Boba Fett, six inch figures, and bootlegs, pick this guy up! He's much cheaper than the actual thing, and he has about the same stuff.
8.5/10 Pretty good, with some minor nitpicks.
So thanks for reading my review, I hope ya'll enjoyed, and I'll see ya' next time!
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