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The Star Wars: The Clone Wars toy line ran from 2008 to 2013. Created by Hasbro, the line's purpose was to tie in with the film and television series of the same name.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Clone Wars toy line was officially unveiled at the 2008 Toy Fair in New York City, in which Hasbro revealed the first full wave of figures, along with the exclusive mail away Captain Rex figure, the V-19 Torrent starfighter and OG-9 homing spider droid vehicles along with one of Hasbro's first large-scale vehicles, the All Terrain Tactical Enforcer. Its second, the massive clone turbo tank. Hasbro started the promotion for Captain Rex shortly after the Toy Fair event, however, due to problems at Hasbro, the figure was not released until sometime around the July 26 release date for the entire collection.

The full line debuted alongside the Legacy Collection in the fourth "midnight madness" event. Figures from this line featured an animated style, recreating the look of the computer animated film and television series and in contrast to the more realistic look of preceding figures, including several based on the previous Clone Wars cartoon. Figures also included action features such as "missile launching" weapons. The basic line packaging featured a clone trooper helmet design and included "First Day of Issue" stickers on select figures. As before, retailers Toys R Us, Wal-Mart and Target each received exclusive figures. The retail partnership extended to match the retailer's corporate colors, with Wal-Mart receiving an exclusive 501st Legion clone trooper to match their corporate colors and Target receiving the exclusive Commander Fox to match their red color scheme.

Products[edit | edit source]

Basic Line Figures[edit | edit source]

The Basic Line figures were first released on July 26th 2008 and have continued until the present day. The initial line of figures consisted of 25 single-carded figures and where produced on a blue and white cardback in the shape of a Clone Trooper helmet. This design ran up until July of 2009, when the packaging changed over to a smaller, red packaging. Currently, it is unknown how many figures will be released in this new packaging, but the line consists of a number of new figures alongside some from the older packaging.

Blue/White Cardback Figures[edit | edit source]

Wave 1:

Wave 2:

Wave 3:

Wave 4:

Wave 5:

Red Cardback Figures[edit | edit source]

Wave 1 (Repacks):

The red cardback action figure line.

Wave 2 (Wave 6):

Wave 3 (Wave 7):

Wave 3.5 (Repacks):

Wave 4 (Wave 8):

Wave 4.5 (Repacks):

Wave 5 (Wave 9):

Wave 6 (Wave 10):

Wave 7 (Wave 11):

Wave 8 (Wave 12):

Wave 9 (Wave 13):

Shadow of the Dark Side Figures[edit | edit source]

Wave 0.5 (Repacks):

Wave 1 (Wave 14):

Wave 1.5 (Repacks):

Wave 2 (Wave 15):

Wave 3 (Wave 16):

Wave 4 (Wave 17):

Wave 5 (Wave 18):

Wave 6 (Wave 19):

Wave 7/8 (Wave 20/21):

Wave 9:

Wave 10:

Wave 11:

Maul Packaging Figures

Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3

Yoda Packaging Figures (Green and White Packaging) (2013)

Wave 1

Exclusive Products[edit | edit source]

Both at the start-up of the line and during the course of the line, many stores distributed exclusive products and figures. During its initial release, Wal-Mart, Target and Toys 'R' Us released their own exclusive figures. Below is a complete list of all the exclusive items released by retailers:

Target[edit | edit source]

Wal-Mart[edit | edit source]

Toys 'R' Us[edit | edit source]

Convention Exclusives[edit | edit source]

Mail aways[edit | edit source]

Battlepacks[edit | edit source]

Others[edit | edit source]

Vehicles[edit | edit source]

Flaws and Mistakes[edit | edit source]

  • Stone, the clone troopers in the Anti-Hailfire Squad, and Draa all came out taller than the rest of the clone trooper figures.
  • The action figure of Rys lacked the tattoo on his neck/chin.
  • The Anakin Skywalker in the Battle of Christophsis pack lacked the Jedi Order symbol on his left shoulder.
  • Chopper was given the same color eyes.
  • ARF trooper Boil came out shorter then all the other clone troopers.

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