Boba Fett Prototype Armor The Black Series 3.75"

Boba Fett

  • Toy Line: The Black Series 3.75"
  • MSRP: $12.83 USD
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  • Scale: 3.75"
  • Retailer Exclusive: Walmart
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Date Stamp: 2005
  • Released: 2017
  • Joint Count: 14
  • Joint Details: Ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel forearms, swivel waist, 2 swivel hips, 2 ball-jointed knees, 2 ball-jointed ankles
  • Accessory Count: 3
  • Accessory Details: 1 Jet-pack, 1 Blaster, 1 Laser Sub-Machine Gun


  • This 3.75" Boba Fett Prototype Armor was released individually boxed in Spring 2017 exclusively at Walmart stores
  • The figure is a re-release of the mail-away exclusive The Vintage Collection Boba Fett figure from 2011
  • The range-finder on the helmet is removable and can be moved up or down
  • There is no head underneath the helmet
  • The jet-pack plugs well into a hole in the back of the figure
  • The cape and Wookiee braids are attached permanently
  • The blaster is a bit too big for the holster
  • Boba Fett can hold both weapons OK in his hands
  • The figure stands well without a stand and keeps its balance decently in even more dynamic poses
  • The belt and holster are attached permanently
  • Unfortunately Hasbro didn't capture the original costume as well as they could have, this becomes quickly apparent by just watching the "Super Trooper" video on
  • As pointed out by Ben Burt, both lights on the front of the helmet were red, not red and blue as on the figure
  • There is no holster on the prototype armor, instead there is a big white pouch which is missing on the figure
  • There are no Wookiee braids on the prototype armor
  • The rocket on the jetpack looks quite different on the prototype armor
  • The figure came with a basic "cape", the prototype armor however used a beach towel, why not include that with the figure Hasbro?
  • All in all this super articulated Boba Fett (Prototype Armor) is a very cool looking figure and a nice tribute, but with more attention to detail (or money spent on Hasbro's behalf), this figure could have been much more fun for collectors
  • There is currently a video available on which shows the prototype armor quite beautifully: Prototype Armor On


Before he put on the familiar Mandalorian armor from the Star Wars saga, this notorious bounty hunter was initially envisioned as a "Super Trooper" in all white armor.


Boba Fett Prototype Armor
Boba Fett Prototype Armor
Boba Fett Prototype Armor
Boba Fett Prototype Armor
Boba Fett Prototype Armor
Boba Fett Prototype Armor
Boba Fett Prototype Armor


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