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Kotobukiya's ArtFX+ Jango Fett is ready for cloning

5:30 PM on 02.02.2013 // Scarecroodle

But can the head be detached for decapitation poses?

Kotobukiya has released a preview gallery for their upcoming 1/10 scale Jango Fett ArtFX+ statue. Jango Fett, best known as Boba Fett's father and the genetic material for a clone army, will stand over seven inches tall and interchangeable arms for a blaster firing pose.

Although called a statue, Jango Fett (like previous entries) is really a pre-painted, snap together plastic model kit but you'd never know that by looking at him. Jango Fett seems nothing short of spectacular between the level of sculpting and solid paintwork. To top that off, the ArtFX+ Jango Fett offers two very cool poses between a passive "standing there" and that getting ready to fire pose. He also comes with interchangeable rocket backpacks, giving the option to replicate his appearance on either Kamino or Geonosis. 

Jango Fett appeared in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones where he served as a supporting antagonist. He was a Mandalorian Knight who, in addition to working for Count Dooku, had supplied his genetic material for the clone army prior to the film and, in exchange, received one of the cloned children whom he raised as his son. Despite being a less prominent antagonist, Jango Fett demonstrated all the coolness that Boba Fett failed to deliver on in the original films. Perhaps his coolest moment was killing a giant beast in one shot... which was unfortunately followed by being decapitated by a jedi whose wallet had BAMF written on it.

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