Hot Toys has unveiled a few awesome 1/6th Star Wars collectibles on this Star Wars Day, and it may be hard to resist going after them all after you see what the high-end toy maker is up to.

First off, Hot Toys shared images of a new 1/6th scale Vintage Boba Fett, which is essentially the Barbie doll version of last year’s SDCC Black Series Exclusive Boba Fett figure. He looks absolutely aces, and will need to join my collection.

The 1/6th scale Boba Fett™ (Vintage Color Version) Collectible Figure specially features:

– Authentic and detailed likeness of Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
– Newly painted Boba Fett Mandalorian helmet with articulated rangefinder
– Vintage color inspired painting applications on armor, weapons and accessories
– Body with over 30 points of articulations
– Approximately 30 cm tall
– Seven (7) pieces of grey-colored interchangeable gloved hands including:
– One (1) pair of fists
– One (1) pair of relaxed hands
– One (1) pair of hands for holding weapons
– One (1) gesture left hand
– Special package design with Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary logo

Costume:
– One (1) Boba Fett’s Mandalorian armor
– One (1) gray colored flight suit
– One (1) light green colored cape with weathering effect
– One (1) leather-like brown colored belt with pouches
– One (1) pair of red and yellow colored gauntlets
– One (1) pair of yellow knee colored guards
– One (1) pair of gray colored boots

Weapons:
– One (1) blaster rifle
– One (1) blaster sidearm with leather-like holster

Accessories:
– One (1) jetpack (equipped with magnetic feature)
– One (1) survival knife
– One (1) sonic beam weapon
– One (1) anti-security blade
– One (1) jetpack adjustment tool
– Figure stand with Star Wars logo and character nameplate

Artists:
– Figure Painted by Lok Ho
– Figure Art Directed by JC. Hong

Hit up Exclu Magazine for more images. Pricing, release date, and pre-order information isn’t available yet over on Sideshow’s site.

Up next is a re-release of the excellent ESB Vader 1/6th scale figure, which I do already own, but this one comes in a retro style box, so that he can be viewed without taking him out of his packaging.

The 1/6th scale Darth Vader™ Collectible Figure (The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Collection) specially features:

– Authentic and detailed likeness of Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
– Specially crafted helmet with detachable outer helmet to reveal the back of Darth Vader’s battle damaged head
– Specialized body with over 30 points of articulations
– Approximately 35 cm tall
– Nine (9) pieces of interchangeable gloved hands including:
– One (1) pair of lightsaber holding hands
– One (1) pair of hands for holding belt boxes
– Four (4) pieces of gesture hands
– One (1) piece of Force-using right hand
– Special package design with Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary logo

Costume:
– One (1) Darth Vader armor and suit
– One (1) black cape
– One (1) chest panel with LED light-up function (red light, battery operated)
– One (1) system function belt with LED light-up function (white light, battery operated)
– One (1) pair of black boots

Weapons:
– One (1) LED-lighted red lightsaber (red light, battery operated)
– One (1) lightsaber hilt
– One (1) red-colored lightsaber blade in motion (attachable to the hilt)

Accessory:
– A Cloud City theme LED-lighted diorama figure base (yellow light, battery operated)

Artists:
– Head Sculpted by GOX & Viva Lai
– Head Painted by JC. Hong
– Head Art Directed by JC. Hong

Release date: Approximately Q3 – Q4, 2020

Hit up Exclu Magazine for more images. Pricing, release date, and pre-order information isn’t available yet over on Sideshow’s site.

Finally, a new 1/6th scale Captain Rex was teased, and it looks like he’ll be styled after his appearance in the final season of The Clone Wars, so there’s a chance he may come with one of the orange painted helmets the clones made to honor Ahsoka’s return.

Details on this guy are very limited at this time, so stay tuned on the Captain.

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