Lucasfilm and Disney+ made their long-awaited return to live-action Star Wars adventures with the seven-episode story of The Book of Boba Fett. Spinning off directly from Season 2 of The Mandalorian, Temuera Morrison's solo series took a dive into Star Wars' entire history in a big way. From touching on past fan-favorites like Grogu to introducing live-action newcomers like Cad Bane, the show had something for everybody.
Picking up from both Mando's second season and Boba's escape from the Sarlaac pit in Return of the Jedi, fans got to see the character's transition from bounty hunter to the Daimyo of Tatooine. Dealing with everything from the Pyke Syndicate's spice running to the aftermath of Jabba the Hutt's rule, Boba's rise to power came with new challenges and conflict at every turn.
With all seven episodes now having aired on Disney+, more than a dozen characters from both sides of the fight are enjoying their time in the spotlight. This is continued through a new round of promotional material, which provides some incredible artwork celebrating the show's most prominent heroes and villains.
Star Wars Releases New Boba Fett Posters
Shop Trends released seven new promotional art posters featuring characters and moments from all seven episodes of The Book of Boba Fett.
Bounty hunter Cad Bane gets his own intimidating poster that shows a side profile of his blue head. The Duros' red eyes and mechanical accessories are shown off in full as he dons his classic galactic cowboy hat.
Grogu is the center of attention in a panel putting his Jedi training into the spotlight. This one features four images of the little green guy honing his abilities with the Force and a fifth showing him on Luke Skywalker's back, paying tribute to Luke's time with Yoda in The Empire Strikes Back.
Also included is the message from Luke that reads "Through the Force, you will find balance as well."
Boba Fett stands tall in the Tatooine sunset in front of a band of Tusken Raiders. This group of sand people helped him get back on his feet after escaping the Sarlaac pit in Episode VI.
Black Krssantan gets his own poster as the Wookie warrior stands ready for battle with his bowcaster in hand. This massive new alien caused plenty of problems for Boba and Fennec Shand before joining their side thanks to botched negotiations with the Hutts.
Boba Fett's spaceship, the newly-renamed Firespray gunship, returns in all its glory as a small version of Boba stands below it. Surrounding the ship are two of Tatooine's suns.
Boba's hand shoots up into the sky in another poster that pays tribute to his escape from the Sarlaac pit. At the bottom, Boba is seen covered from head to toe in sand after he fought his way out of the alien monster's insides.
Boba is shown in a flashback moment fighting off the four-armed Tatooine sand ape, who holds a Rodian in one of his hands. This ape put Boba through the ringer before the former bounty hunter choked the beast into submission.
Boba Posters Celebrate Grogu, Cad Bane, & More
While the central focus during most of The Book of Boba Fett was on the titular bounty hunter, this series took a glimpse into multiple parts of the expansive Star Wars universe.
This particularly came in Chapters 5 and 6, which unofficially started Season 3 of The Mandalorian by catching up with Din Djarin and the foundling Grogu. Both of them came to Tatooine to help Boba Fett and crew in the season finale as well, with Grogu showing off his incredible skills with the Force to help take down Boba's rancor in the city.
It's only fitting that Cad Bane is featured in these posters once again, considering how much hype surrounded his transition from animation to live-action. After causing trouble and headaches in both The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch, the red-eyed alien cowboy was part of what had so many fans talking about Chapters 6 and 7 non-stop.
Along with other important players like the Tusken Raiders and Black Krrsantan, this new artwork seems to capture almost every major plot point that Lucasfilm added to the streaming world with this series. It should only be a matter of time before these are seen on fans' walls as Boba's story continues making its mark on the Star Wars legacy.
All seven episodes of The Book of Boba Fett are now available to stream on Disney+.