Star Wars 6" Black Series Boba Fett (SDCC ESB) (40th Anniversary)
  • Star Wars 6" Black Series Boba Fett (SDCC ESB) (40th Anniversary)

    SDCC 2019 Exclusive Boba Fett in a Black Series makeover in the style of the original 1979 Kenner action figure released before The Empire Strikes Back hit theaters. Hasbro has taken the regular Boba Fett Black Series figure and given him a vibrant, colorful makeover, and the packaging is a throwback to the vintage style cardback.
  • Year: 2019

    Retail: $24.99 UPC: 630509873371 Series: 6" Black Series Group: 40th Anniversary
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ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $138.13+$113.14 (+453%)$81.00
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $166.33+$141.34 (+566%)$135.99
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The average price based upon the last 10 sold auctions is: $138.13

[High: $160.00/Low: $81.00]. The average Buy It Now price is $166.33 based upon 9 filtered active auctions out of 24. This figure is ranked #4 in value within the Star Wars - 6" Black Series category.

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This Boba Fett (SDCC ESB) toy was added on April 2019 and also released in 2019 with a retail price of $24.99. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the 6" Black Series. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 630509873371 and on eBay (paid link). With an average selling price of $138.13, this toy is highly collectible as it's selling for 5x over its retail price and is trending up. Not surpringly, this toy ranks in the Top20 within it's stats category for the 6" Black Series category. Hundreds of collectors have this toy (374) in their user collections, so it does seem to be very popular.

SDCC 2019 Exclusive Star Wars Black Series Boba Fett (Toy Colors) by review sentiment positive

Released to commemorate 40 years of The Empire Strikes Back, this Boba Fett figure struts out with a blast from the past with the color scheme of the 1979 Kenner figures. The packaging mirrors the 1979 version too, including a faithful recreation of the Star Wars logo border, Kenner logo, and other elements. While it's a beautiful packaging to behold, opening it can be quite a chore since you may end up damaging the plastic bubble. The figure and its accessories are safely tucked inside the packaging, waiting to unleash a wave of nostalgia.

This Boba Fett figure might be a simple repaint, but the pastel colors, helmet, and smaller Mandalorian crest make it interesting. Bearing similar articulations as previous Boba Fett releases, it comes with a jetpack, Sacross-K-11 blaster pistol, EE-3 carbine rifle, and an E-11 blaster rifle – a perfect blend of authenticity, aesthetics, and nostalgia.

However, it's not exactly the same as the original toy. You'll notice alterations here and there, some welcomed and others not. For example, the silver battle damage remains intact, and there's a minor issue with the silver spray finding its way onto the visor.

Although it's simply a delightful repaint, the figure has a nice color scheme. This limited-edition figure caters to nostalgia and uniqueness. But it won't leave other collectors in regret, for they are not missing out on something "essential". Hopefully, Hasbro will also plan for an animation colors version, which would further enhance the lineup.

SDCC 2019 Exclusive: Hasbro Star Wars 40th Anniversary Boba Fett by review sentiment positive

In this video, Mr. Domo provides a detailed review of the Star Wars 40th Anniversary The Empire Strikes Back Boba Fett figure, modeled in the original Kenner style. The aesthetics of the card-back and the figure’s colors, reflective of the Kenner Boba Fett style that was released in 1978, magnify the figure's appeal. Despite reusing the same mold as the archive edition, the anniversary special figure dons a new paint job, setting it apart. While sticking to the original weapon design, this figure is lacking in color detailing, which could be perceived as a disadvantage when compared to the archive edition. The figure also includes the original style large pistol, reminiscent of the Kenner figure. Finally, the card back is immaculately clean and should not invite trouble with grading. In the scheme of things, the 40th anniversary figure successfully recreates the nostalgia of the 1978 release, making it a prized possession in Mr. Domo’s Star Wars collection.

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