The Star Wars Saga toy line launched at midnight on April 23, 2002. Even though the toy line focused on Attack Of The Clones at first, Hasbro opted to not release these figures in Episode II specific packaging. Many of the figures based on their Episode II appearance had action features, a gimmick Hasbro moved away from as the line progressed. Some of the more obscure highlights in the Star Wars Saga series included action figures of Ephant Mon, R1-G4, Wat Tambor and a Tusken Raider with a magnetic removable head.
Here is a list of basic figures which were released in 2002 during the Star Wars Saga series.
Here is a look at the 2003 basic figure line-up.
The figures listed here were released in 2004.
Following Star Wars figures were released in Hasbro's ULTRA assortment.
Here is a look at some of the "silver" figures which Hasbro released during the Star Wars SAGA series.
Listed here are figures which were released as mail-aways or other exclusives.
The figures listed here were packed-in together with vehicles.
Below are Star Wars action figures which were released in Hasbro's Deluxe assortment.
Hasbro released four different accessory packs as Target exclusives. The sets were slow sellers, and they could be found at some stores on clearance for as low as $3 each.
Hasbro released six different Screen Scenes during The SAGA toy line. There were two different Jedi Council 3-packs (the other sets were released during the Original Trilogy Collection in 2004), two different Geonosian War Room 3-packs and two different Star Wars Trash Compactor 2-packs. All sets combined included a total of 17 different Star Wars action figures.
Hasbro released five Star Wars Action Figures with a collectible cup. Each cup featured an artwork based on one of the movies. In 2004 only five Star Wars movies existed.
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