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Boba Fett Tie In to Dark Horse Comics


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Star Wars Darkhorse Comics has a lot to offer. First of all, they’re a quality comic book. The art is great, and I really enjoyed how the story was told. There is quite a bit of fan fiction based on events within this series, and that’s a plus for fans.

Star Wars Darkhorse Comics Has Many Stories Tied Into Boba Fett

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Star Wars Darkhorse Comics has many stories tied into Boba Fett. He was a prominent character, and in the early years he was a major player, but over time he has been reduced to background noise. There is one story, “Yoda’s Law” that ties in quite well with the current continuity. The short story involved bounty hunters Boba Fett and J Skywalker tracking down a bounty. They come across an ancient ship that contains two live infants who were fused with powerful Force energy, and they intend to try and sell them as pets.

What we learn about these two infants is that they are part of an experiment gone wrong, and in order to save their own lives they need to break free of their bonds and return to the main facility. This is where Boba Fett steps in and begins to take center stage. The bounty hunters, J Skywalker and Boba Fett, get into an argument over who can find and rescue the infants first, with the outcome depending on who gets credit for finding them first.

There Have Been Spin Offs Based On Characters From The Original Trilogy

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Over the years, there have been quite a few tie-ins to this popular series. In fact, some of the characters have been given their own ongoing series, while others received limited appearances. In addition, there have been spin offs based on characters from the original trilogy. Some of these include Boba Fett: Spy, Boba Fett: Outcasts, and Boba Fett – Ultimate Collection.

One of the biggest mysteries in this franchise is who exactly is Boba Fett? After all, he is just an orphan with no family or background. His real name is Solo Skywalker, but since the movies have consistently shown us that Yoda and Darth Vader are his real names, it was left up to artist Clay Cook to decide how best to draw Boba. After all, one of the most memorable moments of the original Star Wars films is when Yoda pushed the little boy on the ground and explained that he was a Skywalker.

Many Interesting Characters That Have Appeared Throughout The Years

There are many interesting characters that have appeared throughout the years, some of which have become iconic pieces of their own. One such character is bounty hunter Boba Fett. As you may have seen in the original Star Wars films, Fett was a very skilled and famous bounty hunter. He was a master shot with a bladed sword, and he always got the job done. He was also known for bringing in mysterious clients that the other bounty hunters wanted to take on, and he was always involved in the scheme.

For a while, fans of the darkhorse universe were hoping for a spinoff based around Boba Fett. Eventually, the Disney Company decided not to renew the rights to the character, which meant that no new stories would be told. Fans were disappointed, but there are still a number of interesting characters within the Darkhorse universe. DC Comics has done a great job of re-imagining some of these classic characters, and now they have introduced a new spinoff in the form of Darkhorse: Boba Fett.

Conclusion

One of the most amazing things about the Boba Fett series is that it ties into the new Disney movie, The Force Awakens. Since we know that the planet of Jakku is one of the primary planets where the movie takes place, it only made sense to tie in the two. It’s amazing just how much detail Darkhorse put into developing this new series. They took the lessons learned from the early days of the comic and turned it into an amazing five-part miniseries. If you love Star Wars and want to explore another side of that famous galaxy, then you’re going to love Darkhorse!

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