Gendy Tartakovsky’s 2D Clone Wars Micro-Series is getting the Hasbro treatment with all-new figures coming to The Vintage Collection
Today, Hasbro has announced some juicy new additions to its Vintage Collection. Even better, the range is focussing solely on Tartakovsky’s 2D Clone Wars Micro-Series. The beloved series explored the time between Attack Of The Clones and Revenge Of The Sith. And is famous for giving General Grievous his Star Wars debut.
The series recently hit Disney Plus to the delight of legions of fans, and now Hasbro is building on its release with several great new figures. Coming to The Vintage Collection are Aayla Secura, Luminara Unduli, Barriss Offee, ARC Trooper Captain, ARC Trooper, and Battle Droid. These figures come from existing releases but now come with the vibrant retro style of TVC. The new cardbacks also incorporate the stunning artwork of the show, as well as the new-look logo. Check them out below:
ARC Trooper Captain
THE BLACK SERIES
But the fun doesn’t end there because Hasbro also teased us with new additions to The Black Series. And guess what? they’re all devoted to the same series! The Black Series items will celebrate the original packaging of these toys from the early 2000s, continuing the throwback theme seen in other Lucasfilm 50th programs including the previously-revealed The Clone Wars, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, and Original Kenner Deco programs. Characters coming to the line are ARC Trooper, Mace Windu, and General Grievous.
These sensational retro figures will release in Spring 2022 and will be exclusive to Walmart in the United States. Fans in other territories will need to check their local vendors. Will you be adding the Hasbro Clone Wars figures to your collection? Leave us a comment below. Or give us a shout-over on our Twitter.
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