IMPERIAL NAVY COMMANDER Star Wars The Vintage Collection
The third wave of figures in Hasbro's 2012 Vintage Collection included five figures spanning all corners of the Star Wars galaxy including Darth Malgus from The Old Republic, Luke Skywalker (Hoth Outfit) from The Empire Strikes Back, Anakin Skywalker from The Clone Wars, the Imperial Navy Commander (AKA Death Squad Commander/ Star Destroyer Commander in the original Kenner Line) from A New Hope, and a proper A New Hope Darth Vader.

This collection began hitting shelves in April 2012, and the initial releases feature an easy to remove sticker advertising the "Life-Sized Darth Maul Statue" giveaway. All these figures also feature a packed in pamphlet with additional details on the giveaway.

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Canadian Product Packaging
Product Information
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $9.99
Assortment Number: 37510/37499
UPC Number: 6 53569 73188 7
What's In The Box?
  • Imperial Navy Commander Figure
  • Blaster
  • Helmet
About This Figure
  • The Imperial Navy Commander figure, which is an all-new figure, is the long-awaited 'apology figure' in response of Hasbro's 2007 30th Anniversary Collection Death Star Trooper, which we have nothing nice to say about.
  • Back in the day, the Imperial Navy Commander was known as the "Death Squad Commander" and later as the "Star Destroyer Commander".

Photography by Rich Alot & D. Martin Myatt

Text by D. Martin Myatt

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