Name: Jango Fett
Type: Real Action Heroes
Number: No. 339
Source: Attack Of The Clones
Released: October 2007
License: Medicom Toy
Much wanted JANGO FETT from the movie ATTACK OF THE CLONES is faithfully realized as RAH!
Includes a pair of
WESTER WESTAR 34 BLASTER BLASTERS!
Includes 2 pairs of gloves to achieve various action
Also includes figure stand!
Collectors of one-sixth scale figures can rejoice because Medicom Toy has created an unbelievable one-sixth Jango Fett (as he appeared on Kamino with the missile-firing backpack). Mandalorians are always popular and it isn’t too often that they are manuafactured well in toy form. That is a thing of the past because we have the opportunity to purchase an incredible one-sixth version of Jango Fett. This is an excellent figure and it’s quite a pleasure to see how Medicom has recreated some of the materials from the original costume into this one-sixth scale figure. Ranking second to Boba Fett, Jango Fett overall just doesn’t garner enough respect from Star Wars enthusiasts. Although we and most collectors will always tend to prefer Boba to his father, fans should take a few moments to appreciate just how cool Jango Fett actually is. And you will be able to appreciate what may just be the best collectible representation of him in the Medicom Toy Real Action Heroes line. From another incredible likeness of Temuera Morrison (something Medicom is known for is their incredible capturing of awesome likenesses) to a costume that leaves no detail untouched, the Medicom Jango Fett is definitely the premier Jango Fett collectible available on the market today.
The portrait of Jango Fett is excellent. The helmet fits over his head quite well and hides nearly all of Jango’s head. Pretty much all-new parts have been created to make Jango’s armor. The gauntlets, body plating and belt are expertly crafted and look absolutely amazing on this figure. His parts are in good proportion to the rest of his body save for one area. We think the hands look slightly too small. This has been a common issue with any figure wearing gloved hands. Medicom Toy seems to do well with bare hands, but if they are gloved or covered, they tend to look too small. Despite this, the figure still looks fantastic. The figure is beautifully colored. His blue jumpsuit looks to be quite accurate to what we see in Episode II (although we’re convinced that a little more purple may be in the blue we see) and the silver body armor is shiny, yet also dull in spots to reflect various wear and tear it has experienced. The armor complements his silver boots nicely and his Westar pistols couldn’t look cooler in their holsters. Jango Fett stands with a cocky and overly confident stature and we love this about the figure. It’s exactly how this one-sixth scale figure should look in our opinion.
Status: Jango Fett is an all-new figure that utilizes the Real Action Heroes buck body type.
Articulation Count: 24 points
Articulation Details: ball-jointed head, swivel neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 swivel biceps, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 ball-jointed wrists (removable hands), ball-jointed torso, swivel waist, 2 ball-jointed hips, 2 swivel thighs, 2 ball-jointed knees, 2 swivel calves, 2 ball-jointed ankles, 2 articulated feet
Accessory Count: 9
Accessory Details: 2 Westar-34 blaster pistols, removable helmet, 2 interchangeable hands, display stand (4 parts)
Date Stamp: 2007
Retail: $149.99 USD
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