When Boba Fett pats his new pet, Star Wars fans’ hearts melt, so illustrator Brian Kesinger turned the moment into a cute book cover.
Illustrator Brian Kesinger shoots Boba Fett’s Book in a children’s book in an adorable piece of star wars fan art. Boba Fett’s Book premiered in December 2021 and is currently released weekly on Disney+. The series, created by Jon Favreau, follows fan favorite Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) after his long-awaited return to the screen in The Mandalorian. After they both escape death on Tatooine, former bounty hunter and assassin Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) takes control of Jabba the Hutt on the desert planet.
In Boba Fett’s Book chapter 3, Jabba the Hutt’s cousins offer a rancor to Fett after he gave up claiming his throne for themselves. The Grudge is an alien beast that first appears in the Star Wars universe in return of the jedi, attacking Luke Skywalker as he attempts to rescue Han Solo from the carbonite trap Jabba held him in. Grudge Boba Fett is young and lonely, and Fett tells Grudge’s trainer (Danny Trejo) that he wants to learn how to ride him like the witches of Dathomir were told. As he speaks, Fett shows a rare moment of tenderness and strokes the depressed resentment.
Naturally, star wars fans loved this moment between Fett and his new pet. Illustrator and fan Brian Kesinger shared a cute piece that turns the moment between the bounty hunter and the beast into a children’s book cover. Check it out below:
Mix together Clifford the big red dog and The Boba Fett Book, Kesinger’s artwork shows Boba Fett hugging his grudge while standing on his back. The caption says “Another kind of Boba Fett book…“Kesinger’s timeline is full of lovely fan art and original work. The artist has also created a popular star wars comic book that places Han Solo and Kylo Ren in Calvin & Hobbes.
While Boba Fett and his grudge probably won’t have the romantic bond that Emily Elizabeth and Clifford have in Kesinger’s inspiration, Fett’s reaction to the calf of grudge is an undeniable fondness for a new owner. pet. Perhaps more than any time so far from Boba Fett’s Bookof the first four episodes, this one grounds Fett and shows his vulnerability. After losing his father Jango at a young age, and then the Tusken tribe that took him in, Boba feels alone. Of course, some fans complained that Boba Fett’s Book takes away everything that made Boba Fett cool, but in terms of showing the depths of the character, Boba Fett’s Book succeeds.
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