36 is now *44*

Last September HtF brought this ebay listing for 36 Vintage Star Wars Slave 1 vehicles and Boba Fett figures to your attention. The listing states that the auction was ended early because “the item is no longer available.” USUALLY that means that the seller either took an offer that someone made outside of ebay or… […]

A Bigger Boba Fett Enthusiast… For Now

Alright, maybe this guy (and whoever wins the auction) has me beat when it comes to being a vintage Star Wars Boba Fett enthusiast. He has *1* more Boba Fett figure than me… but 36 more Slave 1’s. Who does that? 36 Slave 1′ s and 36 Boba Fetts

Satisfaction for now…

It’s been so long since we were able to go to a flea market. Winter in New England is TERRIBLE for Flea Marketeering and Yard Saleing opportunities. From October through April we are stuck with a scant few indoor markets and whatever auction opportunities arise. Well, that, and the uncertainty of craigslist. But trust me […]

The Origin of The Boba Sett Part 2

When considering HOW to rank action figures, Boba Fett met and exceeded all of my non-scientific criteria: #1. Does this figure look cool? Yes. He has a rocket firing (not LITERALLY unfortunately) jet pack. He has wrist-launched rockets and flame throwers (not LITERALLY unfortunately). He has a cool looking helmet and body armor. He’s blue! […]

The Origin of The Boba Sett Part 1

A few years ago on my other blog circlecomics.com I put together a list of my Top 10 Comic Book Covers. This was revealing in terms of the breakdown with respect to the low number of artists that were involved (Zeck, Silvestri, Golden, Romita, Jr.) as well as the very low number of characters (Spider-Man, […]

Home is Where you Hang Your Boba Fett

There’s an old saying that goes: “Home is where you keep your Boba Fett collection” and in the last year, Kate and I have learned how true parts of that saying are. As many of you are aware, your friends here at HtF spent the last calendar year in the remote, upstate New York city […]