Star Wars Bounty Hunters fully autographed photo 11×14
Authentic Star Wars Bounty Hunters fully autographed photo 11×14. Signed in silver marker by: Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett), Nick Maley (Dengar Makeup); Bill Hargreaves (IG-88), Chris Parsons (4-lom), Alan Harris (Bossk) and Catherine Munroe (Zuckuss).
Bounty hunters were individuals who could be hired to capture or kill a designated target. The target would have a price or bounty on their heads that would be collected by the bounty hunter; upon successful capture or proof of death. Bounty hunters would sometimes team together as part of a larger mission or to handle dangerous targets.
Additionally, a bounty hunter, an individual who could be hired to capture; hunt or eliminate a designated target if such target had a price or bounty on their heads that could be collected by the bounty hunter; either capturing or killing the target, depending on their clients’ wishes. For the right price, most bounty hunters had no morals and did everything for the money. Aside from the highest bidder, bounty hunters were only loyal to themselves.
Alsom, Some bounty hunters acted like mercenaries and hired to do jobs other than tracking down bounties. Besides, Hutts often kept these mercenary hunters on retainer so as to have more experienced and capable bodyguards protecting them; Jabba the Hutt one such Hutt who kept several renowned hunters with him or within Hutt palaces; throughout the Clone Wars and the Galactic Civil War.
Furthermore, Independent-minded droids could also act as bounty hunters; to the dismay of the organic bounty hunting professional known as “the Mandalorian,” who simply referred to one; the assassin droid IG-11, a “bounty droid.” In cases such as the Haxion Brood Bounty Droid, droids could be reprogrammed to assist hunters in their work.