Lil’ Boba Fett to appear in The Clone Wars

Wee Boba is not amused.USA Today was in a Star Wars mood, busting out a big article on the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back focusing on the consistently overhyped yet always fanboy-pleasing Boba Fett, who will be making his Clone Wars debut next month voiced by Daniel Logan. I remain perplexed, but what else is new?

10 thoughts on “Lil’ Boba Fett to appear in The Clone Wars

  1. Paula

    I don’t mind Boba Fett. He’s a cool character.

    It’s just the crazy fan behavior around Boba Fett that gets tiring.

    Thankfully, I no longer frequent fan boards so I can avoid all of that.

  2. Annalee Flower Horne

    Daaaaaw, his babyfaced kid!rage is so cute!

    (Did you know that you can get stabbed for making baby-fett jokes at certain conventions? True story*. I’ve seen it. Brutal).

    *For certain particularly false values of “true.”

  3. Aaron

    If you don’t like Fett, get the French version of Jedi Academy. He cries like a little girl when you fire at him.
    Personally that’s my favorite Fett moment ever! Well, that and his death. Best hype killing moment in history! ;-)

  4. The Exalted

    Dunc, using the word FACT like that is meant as an ironic joke, as opposed to actually saying this is a fact.

  5. xadrian

    I don’t know if anyone saw this video.

    It’s interesting at least when talking about how Fett was introduced. (Also, if you haven’t heard MC Chris’s “Fett’s Vette” do yourself a favor and YouTube that.

    I’ve always like Boba Fett, the problem is, he wasn’t a bad ass in anything. He just looked the part. We may have stories about him, but film wise he never got a chance and he was killed like a punk. I definitely don’t think I like the violence-hungry tween. I think they’re going to do this to explain how his dad got the Mandalorian armor. Notice the rage the governor had when Obi-Wan mentioned Jango.

  6. Dunc Post author

    Fett’s Vette is the only redeeming thing that the character has inspired/produced for me.

    Honestly, mostly I’m just sick of the fanboy worship he inspires – and how it seems to result in LFL shoehorning him in anyplace they can.


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