The Book of Boba Fett is here! Every week, StarWars.com’s “The Book of Boba Fett Cargo Hold” will collect a bounty of extras for each episode of the Disney+ Original Series.
He is Boba Fett, and he’s back in a big way. The Book of Boba Fett rocketed off with “Chapter 1: Stranger in a Strange Land,” now streaming on Disney+, following the legendary bounty hunter and his loyal assassin, Fennec Shand. Check out the gallery below for character posters, concept art, and much more from this landmark episode!
The Book of Boba Fett concept art by Christian Alzmann.
The Book of Boba Fett concept art by Christian Alzmann.
The Book of Boba Fett concept art
Bring Home the Bounty revealed a galaxy of Star Wars products, but the fun’s not over! Every Tuesday, StarWars.com will showcase select new Bonus Bounties, featuring collectibles, print-on-demand offerings, and more based on The Book of Boba Fett, now streaming only on Disney+, as well as the legacy of bounty hunters. Check StarWars.com each week, and get your tracking fobs ready.
This week, Bonus Bounties debuts Hasbro’s Nerf edition of Boba Fett’s blaster, based on its look in The Book of Boba Fett, and more! Check out all the new targets below, and happy hunting.
Nerf LMTD Boba Fett’s EE-3 Blaster by Hasbro
Presenting the weapon of choice for a legend, Nerf style. Hasbro brings Boba Fett’s blaster to Nerf life with colors and weathering based on its appearance in The
When Star Wars: The Clone Wars first debuted in 2008, the animated series introduced new characters like the fan-favorite Ahsoka Tano and stylized versions of beloved prequel trilogy mainstays like Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Over 7 award-winning seasons and 133 thrilling episodes, fans followed the adventures of Snips and Sky Guy as the galactic conflict touched off in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones raged. Bridging the gap between the second and third films in the Star Wars prequel trifecta, The Clone Wars brought the war to life thanks to a dedicated team of both cast and crew working behind the scenes. In this exclusive excerpt from the new Star Wars Insider special, Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Official Collector’s Edition, which arrives today, character designer and maquette sculptor Darren Marshall
January will be an in-between month when it comes to SWTOR in-game events with some continuing from December and others through February!
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For over three decades, FIRST® has been building a movement to introduce millions of young people to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), preparing them for the future, developing confidence, and inspiring them to be the leaders of tomorrow. And for more than 20 of those years, Disney has been a proud sponsor of FIRST, further providing today’s youth with inspiration, access, and opportunity through STEM. This year, Disney and FIRST will continue to bring more hands-on learning opportunities and mentorship to youth, empowering them to not only think big, but to develop the skills needed to become the next generation of heroes and innovators and lifting them up as forces for good.
Today, Disney, Lucasfilm, and FIRST are proud to announce Build the Future powered by Star Wars: Force for Change. Build the Future will
Last year, Star Wars: Visions on Disney+ offered fans a stunning new point of view on the galaxy far, far away. From new concepts of Jedi and Sith to wildly creative takes on familiar ships and vehicles, Visions is a masterpiece of innovation.
But the heart of the animated shorts were the droids, from the endearing T0-B1 to the guitarist K-344. TD-4 was Lop’s sidekick who played a vital role in “Lop and Ochō.”
TD-4 can accompany you on your culinary adventures as an eye-catching refrigerator magnet with this DIY! You don’t need to be a droid engineer for this build, but we do have some useful blueprints for you. Here’s how to use them to make your very own TD-4.
What You’ll Need
TD-4 template Scissors Pencil Orange
The name Marchion Ro strikes fear into the hearts of many. But what do we really know about the Eye of the Storm and the leader of the Nihil?
In Marvel’s Star Wars: The High Republic: Eye of the Storm #1, we step back into the past to learn about the people of Everon, a temperamental tempest planet. Amid the churning storms, the natives embraced the chaos and learned to thrive on the inhospitable world. But always in motion was the squall…
Eye of the Storm #1, from writer Charles Soule and artist Guillermo Sanna, with a cover by Ryan Brown, arrives January 12 and is available for pre-order now on Comixology, and at your local comic shop.
Visit Lucasfilm’s official hub for all things Star Wars: The High Republic at StarWars.com/TheHighRepublic.
On the surface of a red planet in the Gazian system, Luke Skywalker is in search of the secrets of the Jedi. But as soon as he steps foot on the strange world, his journey gets complicated…
In StarWars.com’s exclusive preview of Marvel’s Star Wars #20, Skywalker encounters a mystery man who may be after some of the same knowledge he seeks. Meanwhile, Zuckuss and a crew of bounty hunters led by T’onga are on the hunt for his droid counterpart, 4-LOM, in the next issue of Star Wars: Bounty Hunters.
Star Wars #20, from writer Charles Soule and artist Marco Castiello, with a cover by Carlo Pagulayan, is available for pre-order now on ComiXology; Bounty Hunters #20, from writer Ethan Sacks and artist Paolo Villanelli, with a cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli, is available for pre-order now on ComiXology. Both will