For SDCC, 3D Retro and Retro Outlaw are bringing an exclusive mashup figure of their very own. At booth #5051, you will see their exclusive Evel Fett: Boba Edition. That's right, the Star Wars bounty hunter has been mashed up with the late, great American daredevil, Evel Knievel.
This has to be one of the coolest Star Wars mashups I've ever seen. Measuring at 12 inches tall, Evel Fett is wearing Boba Fett's helmet and Knievel's iconic leather jumpsuit. Instead of red, white, and blue, this jumpsuit is in maroon, green, and white, with yellow stars down his helmet and suit.
His cape and "swagger" stick is removable, and he'll come in retro style packaging. Priced at US$120, this figure will be limited to 200 pieces and come in two versions. The second version will be a red, white, and blue edition that will be limited to 300. This version takes on Evel Knievel's classic jumpsuit more than the first one.
The first 150 people who buy the red, white, and blue version will get a limited edition screen print. This screen print will have Evel Fett riding his motorcycle with the caption, "Live Hard." The second version of Evel Fett will be available at Retro Outlaw's booth #929.
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