Coolest and Dumbest Jabba the Hutt Things
The above photo is Jabba the Hutt. But since he graced screens in 1983’s Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, his image has been altered more times than Joan Rivers (bing!), even in newer Star Wars flicks.
While doing my shopping for Jabba the Hutt items, I couldn’t help but notice just how terrible some of them are. However, there are some GREAT items, as well. Let’s take a look at both:
The Worst Jabba the Hutt Things
Jabba the Hutt Inflatable Costume
So much for being Jabba the Hutt for Halloween. This looks more like Mr. Potato Head without the accessories.
Hello, Lego? It’s the wrong COCKADOODIE color!
Just the type of item that every intergalactic gangster wants to be.
From this Clone Wars fiasco, this is the offspring of a Hutt and one of the ghosts from Pac Man.
More Jabba stuff that sucks:
The Best Jabba the Hutt Things
The original toy from Kenner simply rocks.
These are sold separately.
Here are more Jabba the Hutt Sideshow Collectibles items to add to this collection:
Princess Leia vs Jabba the Hutt
In case you want Jabba in action, here’s a diorama of Princess Leia and Jabba the Hutt. Lovely.
Sideshow Collectibles has many other Jabba the Hutt-related items. Search for “Jabba” on Sideshow’s site, and you’ll find items such as a Gamorrean Guard bust, Rancor bust, Slave Leia and Boba Fett figure. Also check out the Hottest Princess Leia Stuff.
This is the Gentle Giant Jabba statue which comes with everything pictured. That’s the advantage to getting this one over the Sideshow Collectibles one, which you need to buy in pieces. However, ultimately, Sideshow’s is better if you’re willing to buy each piece.
And This Thing
According to Amazon, this one is an exclusive limited edition Jabba the Hutt by Mario Chiodo and Illusive Originals, which measures 30 inches long, much bigger than the Gentle Giant or Sideshow Collectibles ones. It includes a deluxe wood display base and has a certificate of authenticity.
Now, to end this, let’s take a look at photos of a search for Jabba the Hutt across the net.