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The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett Hardcover – Deluxe Edition, October 29, 2013
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Daniel Wallace is the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Characters, as well as many more books that explore the underpinnings of the Star Wars universe including The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force and Book of Sith: Secrets of the Dark Side. He has written for other universes, too, including Indiana Jones, Smallville, Supernatural, DC Comics, and Marvel Comics.
Ryder Windham is the author of more than fifty Star Wars books, including Star Wars: The Complete Vader and Millennium Falcon: A 3-D Owner’s Manual. A former graphic designer and comic book editor, he is an instructor and the Certificate Advisor for the Comic and Sequential Art Program at Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education and an honorary member of the 501st Legion. He resides with his family in Providence, Rhode Island.
Jason Fry is the New York Times bestselling author of The Clone Wars Visual Guide and has written more than a dozen other books exploring the Star Wars universe. On more mundane days, he writes about journalism, baseball, music, travel, and anything else that catches his eye. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, son, and about a metric ton of Star Wars stuff.
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Now on to the fun stuff, the books are packaged in a "strongbox" that you open with the plastic keycard on the back. In order to insert the card you need to press the two buttons on the left and right, it opens with a nice display of colors and sounds. Insert the card into the revealed slot, and the main compartment opens. Slowwwwwly. My only issue with this is how slow the lid opens. This isn't anything major cause it's still cool. I was afraid it would be a cheap latch that just pops open, but it is actually motor driven. just wish it was a bit faster lol.
Once open you'll see the slots for the two books and another area which houses the Kamino saber dart (as seen in Episode II). In the Bounty Hunter Code book you will find four inserts, one is Boba Fett's Id/license the other is a load out document, and then there is the registration for slave 1 (which is funny since if anyone played the Bounty Hunter Game, we find that Slave 1 was originally a ship stationed at a penal colony...so how can you license a stolen ship? I guess if you are a bounty hunter you can figure out how to do that). Last but not least (and totally cool) is the Wanted poster for Han Solo which also features a smaller bounty for Chewbacca. I was surprised at how low the bounty was on Han since everyone was after him I had assumed it would be higher. Maybe their cost of living is lower in this galaxy far far away:). What is nice is one side is in English and on the flip side it's the same poster but in alien writing. This is definitely a frameable item. Though most collectors hate taking things out of the original package to frame them. But the way it's printed and the type of paper it would be easy to frame it in an 8x10 frame and then take it out if you decide to put it back where it goes.
Overall, I am really pleased with this item. It has a very high fun factor. This is like a toy for adults. Most children will probably damage it too quickly to make it worth buying for them or they'll lose the inserts. Probably a good gift for anyone 13 and up but it depends on the child. But for the older kids like me, it's a great gift. No Star Wars fan should be without this. Also might I suggest getting the deluxe versions of The Jedi Path as well as The Book of Sith, both are done in the same vein as this book. Very cool, very necessary for any true fan/collector. There is also one like this for Star Trek that is a history of the first 150 years of the federation with a cool stand. When you press the button on that one you get an introduction by George Takei as Sulu. Very nicely done. in that book though it's more of a history book with no margin comments, but it has inserts in an envelope in the back of the book.
So get this before they sell out or go up in price, you won't be disappointed. All of us older kids/Star Wars fans will love to own this.