The war against the Pyke Syndicate heats up in the streets of Tatooine as former bounty hunter, now Daiymo, Boba Fett plans for war.More
The galaxy’s greatest and deadliest bounty hunter has made his long-awaited return to the “Star Wars” galaxy in a big way.
Disney + has released the trailer to the “Book of Boba Fett” which centers around the titular bounty hunter who has taken over Jabba the Hutt’s criminal empire at the end of “The Mandalorian” Season 2.
Who would ever think that one ordinary man would bring all the syndicates in the galaxy together under one roof? The same man who grew up not too far from the shipyards of Corellia. The same man who was labeled a scum rat and was, very likely, told that he would not amount to anything.
An actor who played bounty hunter Boba Fett in the 1997 special edition of “Star Wars: A New Hope” is none too happy with Disney changing the name of Boba Fett’s starship from “Slave I” to just “Boba Fett’s starship.”
In “Star Wars: Bounty Hunters no. 12,” Beilert Valance is a man on the run from two bounty hunters, Zuckuss and 4-LOM. After saving the Rebel Alliance ship The Spirit of Jedha at the cost of his own ship, the Broken Wing, Valance has stolen a ship from Hondo Ohnaka’s old gang with fellow bounty hunter Dengar. While avoiding laser fire in an asteroid field, Valance and the bounty hunters all over the galaxy learn of a lucrative job that feeds the fire that is the “War of the Bounty Hunters.”
“Star Wars: The War of the Bounty Hunters” cannot be the comic that it is without the galaxy’s greatest and feared bounty hunter, Boba Fett. Write Charles Soule (Star Wars: Darth Vader and Star Wars: The High Republic) is definitely no stranger to the Star Wars Universe as he has created another thrilling Star Wars arc.
Star Wars fans have been excited about the return of Boba Fett during Season 2 of The Mandalorian. The bounty hunter and cloned son of Jango Fett (played by Tamuera Morrison) finally got his armor back. Now Boba is teaming up with the Mandakorian to reunite with his foundling, the Force-sensitive Grogu (aka Baby Yoda). In addition to his return, we also saw a different side of the great bounty hunter in the galaxy.