I’ve amassed quite the collection of Star Wars figures. It’s too much to describe each and every individual piece, but generally they’re all newly made figures from Hasbro, Hot Wheels or Micro Machines. A few “normal series” figures, some Black Series, and only two or so older (but not yet vintage) figures. The reasons being that I don’t hold nostalgic attachment to the older toys and they don’t have the same resemblance as the newer toys, naturally. Also, they tend not to be complete, and if they are complete with accessories, they’re expensive…
Alright, I’ll get right to the exceptions:
- At the bottom left we have a Scout Trooper with the Speeder Bike (missing a single flap in the back) from the 1995 Power of the Force series.
- Those Battle Droids, in sitting position, have no evident markings. Their guns are permanenly attached and their legs molded in a perpertual walking motion. They can’t stand up on their own so now they all sit down. I couldn’t pin them down to a specific release, and they don’t seem to be from the standards packs from A Phantom Menace, as they have stiff arms and are painted. UPDATE: They are from the Episode 1 figure packs as bonus figurines. They were sold in a thrift shop for 1 dollar each, and I picked up 5 of them, and gave two of them to my brother.
- Anakin Skywalker from Attack of the Clones, a heavy, metal-ish figure I found at a flea market. I haven’t been able to identify this one either, but it doesn’t look like the Figurtarts or Black Series figure. The detailing is really nice, only the face looks a bit off.
Black Series figures:
- Luke Skywalker from Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (uppermost left)
- Obi Wan from Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (next to Luke)
- Jango Fett from Episode II: Attack of the Clones (right next to the LCD game)
- The BB9E from Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (it’s also a booble-head)
The spacecraft and vehicles at the front are die-cast models from Hot Wheels.
The Luke Skywalker and Han Solo figures in front of the huge R2-D2 are value series figures with reduced movement, but good detail, painting and sculpting (sold for 7 Euros each at a sale) released from Hasbro. Both figures are from Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, and were released along with the release of Episode VII.
The rest are standard release figures, the bigger ones are 12 inch figures and K-2SO is a big fig release.
This is Slave 1 that came with the Boba Fett figurine.
That’s all for now!