This third exclusive Star Wars Masterpiece Edition is an awesome tribute to Star Wars' bounty hunters and to the most beautiful and cunning of them all, Aurra Sing—the first to scorch the screen in the cinematic chronology. By far the most popular subculture among core fans, the bounty hunters have proven themselves a necessity in the Star Wars universe. They are highly skilled professionals—hired by everyone from Darth Vader to Jabba the Hutt—and valued for their ability to carry out the most dangerous assignments. The Aurra Sing collector figure captures the fierce independence of the female bounty hunter with a sleek head antenna, extra-long fingers, two holstered pistols, and a modified blaster rifle. This exclusive 12-inch collector figure, the first Aurra Sing figure ever, is available only as part of this Masterpiece Edition. The richly illustrated full-color book details the many shrewd exploits and misdeeds of such other bounty hunters as Dengar, Bossk, Zuckuss, 4-LOM, IG-88, and, of course, the relentless Boba Fett, with a special focus on their hunt for the smuggler-cum-Rebel officer Han Solo. With more than one hundred color photographs, previously unpublished conceptual sketches, exclusive interviews, and a comprehensive list of Bounty Hunter collectible merchandise, this is the ultimate tribute to Star Wars' notorious anti-heroes.
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Josh Ling has written collector's lists for the Topps Star Wars Galaxy Collector magazine, as well as updates for Tomart's Worldwide Price Guide to Star Wars Collectibles. He contributed to Anakin Skywalker: The Story of Darth Vader. He lives in Northern C
Ryder Windham has written numerous Star Wars books. With artist Kilian Plunkett, he is the co-creator of the comic book series Trouble Magnet: The Adventures of Witlock the Robot. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
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Descripción Chronicle Books, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX081182912X