Boba Fett Tython Jedi Ruins Star Wars The Mandalorian Black Series Review
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Adding to the myriad of repaints comes our review of the Walmart exclusive Boba Fett Tython Jedi Ruins Star Wars Black Series figure from The Mandalorian! Hasbro did a fantastic job capturing the aged appearance of actor Temura Morrison as we saw him appear in an episode of the Mandalorian. After Mando gets this armor from Cob Vanth, Boba Fett sees and opportunity to get back what was rightfully his as he spots his armor on the Razor Crest. They did a great job capturing the look and feel of the armor from The Mandalorian series so let’s dive into the details.
Box and Art
The Tython Jedi Ruins Boba Fett comes in the deluxe Star Wars Black Series window display box with the Mandalorian branding and is #22 in series. The back of the box reads: “Once regarded as one of the most fearsome and capable bounty hunters in the galaxy, Boba Fett seemingly met his demise in the Sarlacc pit on Tatooine. A survivor to his core, Fett lived to fight another day.”
The side of the box features an illustration of Boba Fett holding his blaster and once you release him from his plastic prison, the packout is pretty standard for a Boba Fett repaint.
Boba Fett’s appearance in The Mandalorian is not a traditional one like we’ve seen in Empire Strikes Back or Return of the Jedi as he is wearing his white outfit and robes underneath his beskar armor.
His head sculpt features a gray/whitish face paint that you see on Fett in the series and is present on the front of his face, but not on the back of his head. A similar treatment is given to his front of his armor where you can see the worn look for the acid eating away at it from the Sarlacc pit but, again, this treatment is not on the back.
He comes with a removable helmet that also has the worn, acidic look to it.
The rest of his beskar armor, on the shoulders, features the Mythosaur insignia that looks like it has been eaten away by the acid from the Sarlacc pit.
The lower body consists of a western style ammo belt with a holster, and the details make it look like real leather.
As for weapons and accessories, Boba Fett comes with a removable helmet, a pistol, his rifle, and his jetpack.
It’s great to see Boba Fett come with a pistol just to give him more display options and it fits nicely in his holster. He also comes with his classic rifle that has similar coloring to his pistol.
The jet pack features a removable missile and is bright and colorful, which signs of that acidic look that is present on this rest of his armor. If you have other deluxe Boba Fett figures, the rocket blast effects fit on to this figure as well!
The flame effect that attaches to his gauntlet can also be placed on his wrist for a cool effect (this accessory does not come packed with this figure).
40th Anniversary Return of the Jedi Comparison
We recently reviewed the 40th Anniversary Return of the Jedi Boba Fett figure so here are some shots to compare the two. The main differences in both figures is the wear and tare on the beskar armor and the look that Fett had in The Mandalorian.
Where to Buy
The Boba Fett Tython Jedi Ruins was released as Walmart Exclusive!
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