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Boba Fett is on a mission to uphold his father's honor. But when a bounty is paid, and the crime lord who issued it still refuses to call off his vendetta, Boba Fett's own sense of honor is offended. Forget about bounties; now there's hell to pay!

Boba Fett takes on a crime lord. Check.

And the crime lord's army of minions. Check.

And a giant, rampaging rancor. Check and double--check!

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 Jango would be proud of Boba Fett if he was still alive. Pros: Everything comes together so smoothly in this issue. Thanks to Tom Taylor's writing, Boba Fett shows why he's the best at what he does, and much more. Both Boba and Conner are alike: they have some sort of legacy to live up to from their father, and they do it their own way: Boba being a bounty hunter and Conner just want the inheritance to be larger. What surprising is that this story is mostly been through Conner's point of view i...

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