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"The Kanji will be on me either way. This armor has a reputation."
"No problem. I've got some nano-spray paint. Use it to mark up patients before surgery. Evaporates in a few days. You can look however you want."
―Boba Fett and Doc Ragon[src]

Nano-spray paint was a type of spray paint that evaporated a few days after application. Doctor Ragon used the paint to mark-up patients before surgery. Sometime between 3 ABY and 4 ABY, the bounty hunter Boba Fett, in order not to be recognized, painted his armor black using nano-spray paint.

Description[]

Nano-spray paint was a type of paint that could have different colors and that evaporated in a few days. Ragon, a criminal doctor, used nano-spray paint to mark patients before surgery in his clinic on the moon Nar Shaddaa.[1]

History[]

Boba Fett fights Wyrmen Lictor in his painted armor.

Sometime between 3 ABY and 4 ABY,[2] the bounty hunter Boba Fett had to do a job on behalf of Ragon, who allowed him to use nano-spray paint to paint his armor black. Fett joined a fight in the Garkata Fighting Arena against many warriors, including Wyrmen Lictor, a warrior who was valuable to the Kanji Hutts and that Ragon asked him to kill. Since the Kanji Hutts were powerful, Fett used the paint not to be recognized, trying to avoid to start a feud with the Hutts. After killing all his opponents, Fett left the arena and, by the time he arrived back at Ragon's clinic, the paint was no longer on his armor.[1]

Sometime later, a hologram of Fett's armor painted black was displayed on Nar Shaddaa. When the Jedi Luke Skywalker saw it, he recognized the bounty hunter despite the paint.[3]

Behind the scenes[]

Nano-spray paint first appeared in the one-shot comic War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha 1, published by Marvel Comics[1] on May 5, 2021.[4] The comic was written by Charles Soule and illustrated by McNiven and Laura Martin.[1] Prior to the comic's release, it was first pictured in a post published on April 9 of that year on StarWars.com, in which Steve McNiven revealed the page breakdowns and sketches of the comic.[5]

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