Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII - Spoilers Allowed' started by LottDodd, Jan 2, 2014.
Yes... gloriously... he most certainly did.
I want Boba Fett to come back, but this time he has no legs since the Sarlaac ate them so he steals Lord Vader's legs instead and kicks Han Solo to death with them.
At least that way Han would die fighting and not flailing and screaming like a girl the way that Fett did the first time... before he came back and took Vader's legs.
I think we've had enough of characters coming back with no legs. Ahem.
Well then how about Boba Fett's legs come back and steal Darth Vader's body?
I don't care what anyone says, I enjoyed Maul's return and his place in The Clone Wars series. Especially how it ended in the last episode that we saw him in.
Sooooo many questions.
Genius! You have summed up my desires for all future spinoffs.
Will he lead the Ughnaut army?
And how about throw in some product placement and have him be wearing some Air Jordans?
That's cool, I know some people did, but I'm against any characters being brought back from the dead. Maul, Vader, Palpatine, Boba, I don't want any resurrections. And I'm a huge Boba fan.
I still hold out hope that Peter Falk as undercover-in-the-Empire Columbo survived the destruction of the second Death Star.
He's deader than flared trousers & sequined jumpsuits.
Prince ain't hearing any of that.
Maybe Disney and Lucasfilm will heed Fett's own words about himself, "He's no good to me dead".
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I consider myself blessed to have no idea what you're talking about.
I generally agree when it comes to Star Wars. It's just not that kind of series.
Though I would make an exception for Padme. Just because it would erase the whole "she lost the will to live" nonsense that really sucks the enjoyment out of the otherwise impeccable ROTS finale.
I always believed Boba survived and his escape was offscreen in ROTJ. I'd like to see him return for the new sequel trilogy and also wouldn't mind him getting a spin-off film.
Those dudes are creepy -- definitely seeing them as being Imperial loyalists in the ST.
BTW-- that freaking architecture is awewsome. Just another of the many reasons why Star Wars is the BEST!
Yeah, I can't say that wasn't cool.
I actually didn't like Maul until his return. Seeing him so pathetic and self-loathing while at the same time predatory and manipulative was an unexpected and welcome angle. Plus i'd already grown a bit attached to the largely tragic Savage.
So maybe Boba returning in a radically different and unexpected way could win over some of the 'he should stay dead' crowd? Maybe not.
Did you ever see the short in Visionaries with him and Obi-Wan at the Lars homestead set shortly after RotS? Or the story Resurrection(?) in Tales? Issue 9, IIRC.
Radically different from what? Unless you follow the EU, which isn't most people, the Boba from the movies really hasn't much discernible personality. We know almost nothing about who he is. We literally only have a smirking, snotty kid and later on some dude in a mask who was decent at his job.
Stallone only kept his helmet on for .0009 seconds in the original and look how that turned out.