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Hasbro's Top 50 Greatest The Clone Wars Figures (2008-2013)

I don’t know about you, but I am ecstatic that The Clone Wars is back. I wasn’t a fan back when the movie released in 2008. In fact, it wasn’t until Hasbro’s 2010/2011 The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side] line was released that I started developing my affection for the show. Did you catch that? HASBRO’S TOY LINE is what was responsible for piquing my interest in the show. Don’t you wish a toy line could interest you today as it did back then? (more….)

Anyway, as I prepare for the return of The Clone Wars, I decided to rank the 50 greatest figures Hasbro released in between 2008 and 2013. I didn’t limit myself to basic figures only. Figures that are part of Battle Packs, Two-Packs, exclusives, vehicle pack-ins and the like were ALL ELIGIBLE in my analysis. I ranked figures by three criteria: (1) sculpt (40% weight) (2) deco (37.5% weight) and (3) articulation (22.5% weight). I weighted each category differently because articulation may not be the number one factor on why a kid-focused animated figure looks fantastic. (For example, there are some figures with almost no lower body articulation, for me, that rank as Hasbro’s finest because their deco and sculpts far outshine other aspects that are lacking. Anyway, click through to see my Top 50 ranked The Clone Wars figures (all had to be animated). You’re never going to see these figures again, sadly. Hasbro has said countless times now that characters from The Clone Wars will be done for The Vintage Collection in realistic style. So if you want to enjoy the animated styled figures, the aftermarket is your only hope!

If you’d like to learn more about any of the Top 50 figures, click the image of the figure provided and it will take you to that review where you’ll also find a complete photo gallery in addition to other great details.

When you comment, feel free to leave your own Top 5 or Top 10 picks and see how they compare to ours.

Please be sure to comment. Agree, disagree, add your own top-ranking favorites, etc. Let Hasbro know which characters are most important for a The Vintage Collection update. You know how badly we need those too!

 
 
 

RANK: 50
NAME: 
Padmé Amidala
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW35
RELEASE: 
November 2009
OVERVIEW:
While far from perfect, Hasbro produced the best version of this former queen in 2009. We would have loved to see many more version of her throughout the line, but this one was the last.

 
 

RANK: 49
NAME: 
Ahsoka (SCUBA Gear)
COLLECTION: 
Star Wars [The Phantom Menace 3D]
NUMBER: 
CW15
RELEASE: 
May 2012
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro began “dumbing down” the articulation on The Clone Wars figures beginning in 2012. Ahsoka (SCUBA Gear) got punished most severely. Despite her minimal articulation, the figure is loaded with accessories and has a sterling paint job.

 
 

RANK: 48
NAME: 
Robonino (from the Bounty Hunters From Hostage Crisis Animated Series Episode multipack)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
N/A
RELEASE: 
October 2010
OVERVIEW:
Petite, but fishy and cool, Robonino slipped into The Clone Wars 2010 line in a multipack that many collectors skipped. They’re kicking themselves today.

 
 

RANK: 47
NAME: 
Captain Rex
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
No. 4
RELEASE: 
July 2008
OVERVIEW:
It’s the first Captain Rex figure (not including the same-sculpted mail-away version) and although Hasbro released him a bunch of times, he still holds up well. This figure is a fantastic “phase I” interpretation of the lead clone of the television series.

 
 

RANK: 46
NAME: 
Clone Trooper
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
No. 5
RELEASE: 
July 2008
OVERVIEW:
If we’re honest, the first Clone Trooper sculpt wasn’t a completely screen-accurate sculpt. But it didn’t matter too much to collectors because they army-built this figure like there was no tomorrow. It’s hard to believe that Hasbro never reissued the figure a single time after its original release as a basic figure.

 
 

RANK: 45
NAME: 
Commander Fox
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
N/A (TARGET Exclusive)
RELEASE: 
July 2008
OVERVIEW:
He made his debut in The Clone Wars film. And we learned about the Coruscant Guard clone battalion soon after that. One of the greatest retailer exclusives in The Clone Wars 3.75″ line, Commander Fox has exquisite paint operations and phenomenal articulation.

 
 

RANK: 44
NAME: 
Clone Trooper Rys (from the Lieutenant Thire & Clone Trooper Rys Screen Scenes Two-Packs set.)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Walmart and Toys R Us Exclusive)
RELEASE: 
September 2009
OVERVIEW:
Clone Trooper Rys gets included in this ranking because of the cool accessories and color scheme. Not too many individual clones made this list, but Clone Trooper Rys is deserving of it.

 
 

RANK: 43
NAME: 
Commander Ponds
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Toys R Us Exclusive)
RELEASE: 
August 2009
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro became quite clever over time on how to make existing sculpts look new. They succeeded greatly with the Commander Ponds figure, complete with removable helmet. This figure was part of a promotion that was free at Toys R Us after a certain amount of Star Wars toy dollars were spent.

 
 

RANK: 42
NAME: 
Plo Koon (from the Speeder Bike And Plo Koon Deluxe set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Class I Vehicles)
RELEASE: 
August 2010
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro released a couple of Plo Koon action figures from the start of The Clone Wars line, but they hit the nail on the head with the pack-in figure that came with a speeder bike in the Class I vehicles assortment. With soft-goods and extra articulation, this version of Plo Koon remains the greatest of them all.

 
 

RANK: 41
NAME: 
Asajj Ventress
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
No. 15
RELEASE: 
November 2008
OVERVIEW:
Asajj Ventress gained her notoriety from Tartakovsky’s Clone Wars, but Dave Filoni kept his version of the character faitiful to her original roots. Hasbro produced a figure that turned out to be an excellent interpretation of this evil Sith Apprentice in training and came with a plethora of accessories.

 
 

RANK: 40
NAME: 
Count Dooku
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
No. 13
RELEASE: 
November 2008
OVERVIEW:
While very geometrically shaped and styled, Hasbro’s interpretation of Count Dooku is simply beautiful. He doesn’t have a ton of articulation, but you won’t care. He comes with a ton of accessories that will keep you busy for hours. All of the accessories from this release are what sets this version ahead of the more-articulated pack-in figure.

 
 

RANK: 39
NAME: 
Clone Trooper Draa
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW35
RELEASE: 
November 2010
OVERVIEW:
We haven’t chosen too many individual clones to top this list, but Clone Trooper Draa simply cannot be ignored. We’re not sure if its his awesome accessories, or the PAC-MAN insignia on his helmet, this is a clone trooper that should be in every collection. There is no other way to state it.

 
 

RANK: 38
NAME: 
Yoda
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW14
RELEASE: 
July 2009
OVERVIEW:
After a terribly lackluster release in The Clone Wars [Blue] line, Hasbro made all their wrongs right with this release. It was such a great figure that they re-released it more times that we can count, but we know it was through 2012. With nice soft-goods and a brilliant portrait, this Yoda is a fantastic release.

 
 

RANK: 37
NAME: 
MagnaGuard
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW49
RELEASE: 
March 2010
OVERVIEW:
If you were a Prequel Trilogy fan, you know that 2010 was a great year for you. Hasbro produced a stunning animated interpretation of he MagnaGuard which was a far cry ahead of the first version released the year previously. With this release they added luxurious soft-goods and a wealth of accessories for interchangeability, screen-accuracy and overall versatility.

 
 

RANK: 36
NAME: 
TC-70 (from Jabba’s Palace Battle Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Battle Packs)
RELEASE: 
April 2009
OVERVIEW:
Many collectors debated whether The Clone Wars [Blue] C-3PO was a good figure or not. But very few weren’t thoroughly impressed with the TC-70 figure which utilized a repainted version of C-3PO. It’s a strikingly cool figure that made the weak Jabba’s Palace Battle Packs set worth purchasing..Loaded with articulation and “old school” light port technology, TC-70 is a figure that you’ll love for years to come.

 
 

RANK: 35
NAME: 
Special Ops Clone Trooper (from the Special Ops Clone Trooper And Geonosian Drone Two-Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
N/A (TARGET Exclusive)
RELEASE: 
February 2011
OVERVIEW:
Wow. When TARGET released a series of Two-Packs to support The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side] line, no one expected an awesome bunch of figures the second wave of them would bring collectors. Special Ops Clone Troopers stands out from most figures released during this time period. We’re thrilled to own him.

 
 

RANK: 34
NAME: 
Clone Commander Fox
COLLECTION: 
Star Wars [The Phantom Menace 3D]
NUMBER: 
CW18
RELEASE: 
July 2012
OVERVIEW:
Clone Commander Fox never hit normal brick and mortar retail. The Star Wars [Phantom Menace 3D] line hit a deadlock and no more waves could reach retail. Besides a few online sources, the figure made its debut at discount chains where collectors could buy it for a fraction of its original price. Maybe he shouldn’t have been the only new figure in the case assortment he would have arrived normally.

 
 

RANK: 33
NAME: 
Gha Nachkt (from Ambush On The Vulture’s Claw Battle Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Battle Packs)
RELEASE:
August 2009
OVERVIEW:
He is a little too chubby for a Trandoshan, but we loved him nonetheless. Gha Nachkt was exclusively available in a rare Battle Packs set and commanded a high premium for years after its original release. Then samples of him began showing up on eBay which brought the value of the set down a little. Regardless, you should have this figure in your collection.

 
 

RANK: 32
NAME: 
Clone Commander Stone
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW44
RELEASE: 
February 2010
OVERVIEW:
When Hasbro released Clone Commander Stone, everything changed as far as clones were concerned. He became the new template for all future clones, commander and everything else in between. The new “buck” provided collectors with a very screen-accurate version of the clones that appeared in The Clone Wars television show. The only setback was that this sculpt didn’t come with ball-jointed ankles. But everything else was an upgrade.

 
 

RANK: 31
NAME: 
Aurra Sing
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER:
CW11
RELEASE: 
August 2010
OVERVIEW:
It was pretty awesome when the third season of The Clone Wars line focused on bounty hunters. And it was cooler to see bounty hunters from the Prequel Trilogy and Original Trilogy interact with each other for the first time ever. Aurra Sing gained popularity from The Phantom Menace, but she gained a whole other generation of fans thanks to The Clone Wars,. The action figure was wonderful too.

 
 

RANK: 30
NAME: 
Obi-Wan Kenobi
COLLECTION: 
Star Wars [Yoda/Attack Of The Clones]
NUMBER: 
CW01
RELEASE: 
February 2013
OVERVIEW:
Just like Anakin Skywalker, it took Hasbro “years” to perfect Obi-Wan Kenobi in The Clone Wars line. Perfection came pretty dang close in 2013 when an “international only” assortment of The Clone Wars figures was released everywhere but the USA. If you have this figure, you know why it’s extra painful that it was never commercially available in the USA.

 
 

RANK: 29
NAME: 
Shaak Ti
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW31
RELEASE: 
November 2010
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro didn’t nail the likeness of Shaak Ti perfectly with this release, but between the premium soft-goods and stunning sculpt, the deco issues are easily overlooked. Shaak Ti is a revered Jedi Master, and it’s wonderful to see her in The Clone Wars line. Some Kaminoans would have been nice too.

 
 

RANK: 28
NAME: 
Ahsoka
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW44
RELEASE: 
March 2011
OVERVIEW:
By the time we reached the third season of The Clone Wars, the main heroes all sustained wardrobe changes. To keep the line fresh, Hasbro reintroduced all of the main characters wearing their new duds. The most popular, Ahsoka, didn’t come close to meeting demand. Fans begged Hasbro for a re-release of this character, but they never came through for us and this figure is one of the most expensive The Clone Wars figures on the aftermarket today. It’s a great figure, albeit imperfect. But we understand why it’s so popular.

 
 

RANK: 27
NAME: 
Jar Jar Binks
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
No. 24
RELEASE: 
April 2009
OVERVIEW:
You either love or hate Jar Jar Binks. We love him and were enamored with his released in The Clone Wars line. Hasbro did a stellar job bringing him into the animated line. The inclusion of nice soft-goods and layered accessories gave him an edge over many other figures in the line at the time. Due to popularity, Jar Jar Binks also saw re-release two years later as well.

 
 

RANK: 26
NAME: 
Hondo Ohnaka
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW41
RELEASE: 
February 2010
OVERVIEW:
A popular character for many fans of The Clone Wars, Hondo Ohnaka didn’t meet demand when he was first released in 2010. Hasbro managed to get him out again to help with that in 2011, and it was a wise decision. The figure sold very quickly and could have used another production run. Weequay are popular characters with Star Wars fans. It would have been nice if Hasbro made a whole bunch more for the line.

 
 

RANK: 25
NAME: 
Savage Opress
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW35
RELEASE: 
August 2011
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro produced two version of Savage Opress, and this is the better one by a long shot. The paint operations on this version of Savage Opress are simply stunning. The yellow paint used to color his face isn’t overbearing or bright, and the armored outfit is an exact replica of what we witness from the television show. Hasbro deserved a lot of credit for making an impressive version of the figure.

 
 

RANK: 24
NAME: 
Saesee Tiin
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW54
RELEASE: 
August 2011
OVERVIEW:
Another gruff Jedi Master, Saesee Tiin entered The Clone Wars line years too late. But Hasbro released a great version of him when they did. The figure came with some off-screen accessories, but all of the important ones from the show were included as well. The paint operations are fantastic, and the soft-goods are nice. Hasbro did a nice job on this action figure.

 
 

RANK: 23
NAME: 
Captain Rex
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW62
RELEASE: 
August 2011
OVERVIEW:
While Hasbro added some fantastic Captain Rex action figures to various The Clone Wars lines, their greatest accomplishment is the CW62 version. The figure has a fantastic head sculpt, ball-jointed hips and a jetpack which is a pivotal accessory for this character. They also added a nice soft-goods kama and painted the figure beautifully. We don’t think there will be a greater action figure interpretation than this one.

 
 

RANK: 22
NAME: 
Barriss Offee
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW50
RELEASE: 
April 2011
OVERVIEW:
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side] Barriss Offee is gorgeous. She isn’t perfect as far as her articulation is concerned, but her soft-goods are some of the finest we have seen Hasbro ever use to date. Also, her deco is magnificent. She was another hard-to-find action figure and Hasbro never re-released her either. She commands a premium on the aftermarket today.

 
 

RANK: 21
NAME: 
Bomb Squad Trooper (from Republic Clone Troopers Battle Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
Star Wars [The Phantom Menace 3D]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Battle Packs)
RELEASE: 
January 2012
OVERVIEW:
Thankfully, Hasbro decided to include the Bomb Squad Trooper in The Clone Wars line. Sadly, they didn’t release him the right way. Included in a pack with two other unrelated clones, the Bomb Squad Trooper was a type of misfit. Also, Hasbro didn’t tool the unique bombs these characters utilize, so that was a misstep too. But the figure is so important to the series and colorfully painted, he is worthy of inclusion in our ranking.

 
 

RANK: 20
NAME: 
Kit Fisto
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW23
RELEASE:
August 2010
OVERVIEW:
Kit Fisto is another character that got a second chance in The Clone Wars line, thank the Maker! The 2009 figure didn’t come close to cutting the mustard and Hasbro made everything right with this character thanks to this release. Hasbro gave the figure premium articulation and multiple accessories. And finally they gave the figure a very nice paint job.

 
 

RANK: 19
NAME: 
ARC Trooper Commander (from the ARC Troopers Battle Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Battle Packs)
RELEASE: 
September 2010
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro added Battle Packs filled with characters that didn’t necessarily appear in The Clone Wars television show. ARC Trooper Commander fits this bill. But he did appear in Tartakovsky’s Clone Wars micro-series. So, this figure is a Filoni-interpreted version of Tartakovsky’s character. How is that for complexity? The figure is a marvelous wonder despite no inclusion in the show.

 
 

RANK: 18
NAME: 
Eeth Koth
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW51
RELEASE: 
April 2011
OVERVIEW:
Eeth Koth doesn’t have the popularity of many other Jedi in The Clone Wars line, but he gets high marks because of his striking sculpt and beautiful paint operations. Hasbro also worked in premium soft-goods with this character. They do inhibit his movement a bit, but not as much as molded plastic would. Eeth Koth is a Zabrak, the same as Darth Maul, half as popular, but equally intriguing to fans of The Clone Wars.

 
 

RANK: 17
NAME: 
Aayla Secura
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW40
RELEASE: 
February 2010
OVERVIEW:
Imperfect, but still a great figure, Aayla Secura entered The Clone Wars [Red] line much to the happiness of The Clone Wars collectors everywhere. Initial shipments didn’t meet demand and she was subsequently re-released two years later in the 2012 line. After her shocking demise in Revenge Of The Sith, it was nice to see her role more developed in the television show. Fans love this character very, very much.

 
 

RANK: 16
NAME: 
Luminara Unduli
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW30
RELEASE: 
September 2009
OVERVIEW:
Luminara Unduli is a stunning Jedi Master who we loved in both Attack Of The Clones and Revenge Of The Sith. But we really got to see her in action in The Clone Wars. One of Hasbro’s first female Jedi action figures, they incorporated nice soft-goods with finely tuned molded parts to give her the most movement as possible. There is a variation too. Some versions have a bright green lightsaber, while other have pale green blades.

 
 

RANK: 15
NAME: 
Even Piell
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW58
RELEASE: 
August 2011
OVERVIEW:
Who didn’t love Even Piell’s crankiness in The Clone Wars television show. It was great to see his character developed after only seeing him keep a chair warm in the Prequel Trilogy. Fans of the show didn’t expect his gruffness, but he won over hearts with his dedication to the Jedi Order and the missions at hand. His action figure is equally as charming. Collectors were impressed with how well Hasbro interpreted him in action figure form.

 
 

RANK: 14
NAME: 
Clone Commander Cody
COLLECTION: 
Star Wars [The Phantom Menace 3D]
NUMBER: 
CW7
RELEASE: 
January 2012
OVERVIEW:
It was a lot of fun to finally get a phase II version of Clone Commander Cody in the basic figure line. Although we had to wait until 2012 to get him, Hasbro pulled out most of the stops to create an action figure that was not only screen-accurate but included a ton of accessories to make the play experience complete. The head sculpt is very nice as well and captures the spirit of the character perfectly.

 
 

RANK: 13
NAME: 
Commando Droid
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
CW16
RELEASE: 
July 2009
OVERVIEW:
The Commando Droid is another one of Hasbro’s incredibly articulated droids. These characters made an impression on fans of The Clone Wars, and Hasbro made collectors happy by releasing many versions of them throughout the years. They’re great, quirky characters and offer a lot of fun when displaying on shelves.

 
 

RANK: 12
NAME: 
Bossk (from The Rise Of Boba Fett Ultimate Battle Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Toys R Us Exclusive)
RELEASE: 
August 2010
OVERVIEW:
The only way you could secure Bossk was by purchasing The Rise Of Boba Fett Ultimate Battle Packs set. This expensive release provided collectors with two vehicles and a multitude of action figures. By today’s standards it was a bargain, but collectors waited as usual to pick it up and then it just simply disappeared. If you don’t have it, it’s one of the greatest things your money can buy.

 
 

RANK: 11
NAME: 
IG-86 Assassin Droid
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Blue]
NUMBER: 
No. 18
RELEASE: 
November 2008
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro produced an incredibly articulated droid in The Clone Wars [Blue] line. It overwhelmed collectors with its abilities. It could be rolled up into a ball, or attain the most realistic action-poses possible, all thanks to its 28 points of articulation. Hasbro released it multiple times and also repainted it to create a new character. It’s a fantastic release.

 
 

RANK: 10
NAME: 
Nahdar Vebb
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Red]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Mail-away Exclusive)
RELEASE: 
April 2010
OVERVIEW:
Nahdar Vebb may be Hasbro’s greatest mail-away figures in the modern era. This Jedi learner didn’t last too long in The Clone Wars television show, but we all fell in love with him very quickly and are thankful to have him immortalized in plastic forever now. Who doesn’t love the Mon Calamari people? He is totally worthy of Top 10 status in our ranking.

 
 

RANK: 9
NAME: 
ARC Commander Blitz (from the Defend Kamino Battle Packs set)
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
N/A (Battle Packs)
RELEASE: 
July 2011
OVERVIEW:
ARC Commanders are awesome, and Hasbro gave us plenty of them between 2010 and 2011. Perhaps the biggest highlight of all is ARC Commander Blitz who is as colorful as he is stunning. It was nice when Hasbro made Battle Packs that focused on three or four unique clones. It didn’t happen that often, but when it did the results were glorious.

 
 

RANK: 8
NAME: 
Anakin Skywalker
COLLECTION: 
Star Wars [Yoda/Attack Of The Clones]
NUMBER: 
CW03
RELEASE: 
February 2013
OVERVIEW:
Hasbro released MANY Anakin Skywalker action figures throughout the years. Some shined, and some made you wince. They got his likeness 100% correct in the last phase of The Clone Wars basic figure line in 2013. The animated line was cancelled after this, and then Hasbro only peppered in a couple realistic versions of characters from the television show in the line ever since.

 
 

RANK: 7
NAME: 
Clone Commander Wolffe
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW48
RELEASE: 
March 2011
OVERVIEW:
Wow. Just look at the portrait on this figure. Hasbro knocked it out of the part and no other Clone Commander Wolffe action figure came close to replicating the awesomeness of this figure. It was impossible to find in stores, and quickly climbed the aftermarket ladder to frighteningly high levels. Hasbro never re-released him, sadly, and he will never be part of the basic figure line again..

 
 

RANK: 6
NAME: 
Cad Bane
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW42
RELEASE: 
January 2011
OVERVIEW:
We all got excited when Hasbro released the first Cad Bane figure in The Clone Wars [Red] line. Then we quickly realized how terrible it was. Thankfully, they released a stellar version two years later and it still holds up well today. Oh, and it came with a second Star Wars character that looks like a toaster: Todo 360.

 
 

RANK: 5
NAME: 
Pre Vizsla
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW08
RELEASE: 
August 2010
OVERVIEW:
We all developed a new affinity for Mandalorians, and Pre Vizsla is the figure that helped to reignite this new obsession. The figure is another unbelievable feat from Hasbro. With wonderful interactive parts like his removable helmet and soft-goods cape, the figure also came with weaponry that made you wonder how Hasbro made it all possible. Those days are long gone now, sadly.

 
 

RANK: 4
NAME: 
Quinlan Vos
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW36
RELEASE: 
November 2010
OVERVIEW:
Quinlan Vos is a marvel of an action figure. With a long history of adoration from longtime Star Wars fans, the animated The Clone Wars version of him was one of the line’s greatest figures. He came with the equivalent of an outer space skateboard, so who wouldn’t love this figure? Also, his paint operations were second to none.

 
 

RANK: 3
NAME: 
Embo
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW33
RELEASE: 
November 2010
OVERVIEW:
Collectors who ignored The Clone Wars action figure line couldn’t ignore Embo. At the very least they had difficulty ignoring this bounty hunter. He was a perfect hybrid of animated and realistic interpretation. And he came with a ton of accessories which worked beautifully with him. His alien face is loaded with layer upon layer of deco, and the figure’s articulation was representative of Hasbro’s finest tooling capabilities.

 
 

RANK: 2
NAME: 
Boba Fett
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW32
RELEASE: 
November 2010
OVERVIEW:
Whether you like the animated style or not, no one could argue that Hasbro nailed the perfect expression on their interpretation of young Boba Fett. This figure exceeded expectations on all levels. Between its hyper-articulation to its interactive accessories, Boba Fett was a figure that created joy in many collectors of The Clone Wars line. We’re thrilled to have him in our collections too.

 
 

RANK: 1
NAME: 
Cato Parasitti
COLLECTION: 
The Clone Wars [Shadow Of The Dark Side]
NUMBER: 
CW37
RELEASE: 
November 2010
OVERVIEW:
It’s quite remarkable how beautiful Hasbro’s Cato Parasitti figure is. There is no way Hasbro could produce a figure of this beauty in the factories they use today. Between all of the insignia on her costume to the dark green shading on her skin, Cato Parasitti is a textbook example of what action figure making excellence is. We hope that one day Hasbro’s current action figure making allows figures to look half this good. Because for us, quality of this caliber is what grabs collectors hook, line, and sinker.

 

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