After an entire year of getting Star Wars action figures based on Revenge Of The Sith, The Saga Collection (TSC) toy line was a nice change because it included characters from all six Star Wars movies. The Saga Collection (TSC) saw some fantastic, collector focused action figures, such as a newly sculpted Princess Leia in Boushh disguise, Garindan, General Veers and a newly sculpted Gonk Droid from The Empire Strikes Back.
The basic assortment in The Saga Collection contained 74 Star Wars action figures. In the United States, the last six figures of the basic assortment were exclusive to Walmart stores.
Here is a look at the Episode III Heroes & Villains Collection. This sub-line was part of The SAGA Collection in 2006. Every figure in this series was a re-release of an older figure.
This is the future home of the Episode III Greatest Battles Collection. This series was a subline in The Saga Collection in 2006 and contained only re-releases.
Hasbro released twelve Star Wars action figures in the "vintage-style" subline. Six figures came out in 2006, with another six figures in 2007 (which technically came out during the 30th Anniversary Collection).
Here is a list of Star Wars action figures which were released in multipacks during The Saga Collection. The two different Entertainment Earth astromech droid packs were a fan favorite at the time.
Here is a list of figures which were exclusive or packed-in with vehicles, games or playsets.
We recommend getting your figures from Entertainment Earth. They have been in business for over 20 years, they have a mint guarantee and understand collector's needs. Many of the figures on J.B. came from EE (yes, we pay for figures just like you) and always had a great experience. It's definitely worth to look at Entertainment Earth's Star Wars section!.