Hasbro launched the Clone Wars toy line based on the animated Clone Wars TV show on July 26th 2008. Every figure in this series was kept in an animated-style to capture the character likeness from the TV show.
The toy line featured nicely sculpted and even highly articulated figures, but it lacked variety with only a handful of aliens and droids mixed-in with human characters. It also didn't help that main characters such as Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi very rarely changed their outfits in the TV show. Clone Wars toys based on the cartoon were released for about five years before the toy line ended in Spring 2013.
Hasbro released 27 carded Clone Wars action figures in 2008.
The basic Clone Wars assortment had a total of 50 figures in 2009.
The Clone Wars basic assortment had a total of 65 figures in 2010/2011.
In 2012, Hasbro released only 18 Clone Wars figures, which indicated that the line wasn't doing too well and that the end was near.
In 2013 Hasbro released a total of nine different Clone Wars figures, which were only sold outside of the United States. Those nine Clone Wars figures were the last figures released in the entire run of the Clone Wars Collection.
Here is a look at Clone Wars figures which were packed-in with vehicles.
Here is a look at Clone Wars figures which were packed-in in battle packs.
Here is a look at Clone Wars figures which could only be obtained directly through a Hasbro mail-in redemption program.
Here is a list of exclusive figures, which were released individually carded at retail.
Here is a list of Clone Wars figures which were released in 2-packs.
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