Star Wars Episode II Merchandise

An article of all the action figures and toys I own from Star Wars Episode II.
May 20, 2016

My first part 1 of the article wear I discussed all the action figures and toys I own from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was not approved for the submission and may not be submitted to the article index. So I went ahead and submitted part two.

Hey guys, I'm back! Now I am going to do Part-Two of the article where I will be discussing all the action figures and toys I have based on the Star Wars Episodes II: Attack of the Clones.

I was 7 when this film came out in 2002, and my parents took me to see it on opening weekend and I really liked it. Me and my family saw it 3 times in theaters which is more times than when we went to see The Phantom Menace which we only saw once.

For me, it was a huge improvement over The Phantom Menace and I consider it to be the second best of the Prequels and arguably one of the best Star Wars films.

I also own a lot more merchandise from this film than Episode I because I was older when this film came out and enjoyed it much more than The Phantom Menace.

Action Figures That I Have:

Obi-Wan Kenobi:

Anakin Skywalker:

It was great to see Anakin as a padawan and Obi-Wan given more character development and screentime. Ewan McGregor gives his best performance in the Saga. Hayden Christensen and Ewan McGregor make a better duo than Liam Neeson and Ewan McGregor. Hayden Christensen is a much better actor than Jake Lloyd even though I liked kid Anakin.

Zam Wesell:

Dexter Jettster:

Jango Fett:

I loved seeing a blue Boba Fett in action.

Orn Free Taa:



Mace Windu:

Seeing Mace Windu kick ass with his purple lightsaber was exciting as well.

Anakin Skywalker:

Super Battle Droid:

Clone Trooper:

I loved seeing the backstory of the Clone Wars and how it all unfolded.

Count Dooku:

Count Dooku is an awesome Star Wars villain and Christopher Lee gave an excellent performance.


Seeing Yoda finally kick ass with his little green lightsaber against Count Dooku was exciting as well.

It also was so awesome seeing all the Jedi in action in the Battle of Geonosis.

Lightsabers that I have:

Obi-Wan Kenobi:

Anakin Skywalker:

I loved playing with these lightsabers as a kid. Me and brother would both pretend to be Jedi and he would be Obi-Wan Kenobi and I would be Anakin Skywalker. We would pretend to go on missions together. We would also get in imaginary lightsaber fights and pretend that Obi-Wan and Anakin would fight each other.

Anakin Skywalker's Speeder:

As a kid, I loved the Coruscant chase and would watch it over and over again on DVD. I remember going to the store to buy the speeder that Anakin and Obi-Wan drove in Coruscant and I was so excited when I got it. At home, I would always reenact the scene of them chasing after Padme's attacker Zam Wesell.

Obi-Wan Kenobi's Jedi Starfighter:

I loved playing with Obi-Wan Kenobi's Jedi Starfighter as a kid. I use to reenact the scenes where Obi-Wan Kenobi would chase after Jango Fett and go on imaginary missions with this thing!

Star Wars: The New Droid Army:

Star Wars: The New Droid Army was a Star Wars video game made for the Game Boy Advance. You play as Anakin Skywalker, who is sent to investigate rumors of the Separatists making a new type of droid, superior to other droids and invulnerable to lightsabers. Anakin travels to Tatooine, but is hunted down by Aurra Sing and eventually held in the captivity of Jabba the Hutt. Anakin breaks out, and is called to Coruscant. There, Anakin chases and defeats a Dark Jedi named Trenox, and uncovers Count Dooku's plot to destroy the Jedi Archives. Anakin stops him, but Dooku escapes. Anakin is next sent to Metalorn, where he is to destroy the Cortosis Droid Factory and capture Wat Tambor, the leader of the Techno Union. Anakin completes both objectives, but has to face Count Dooku while leaving the factory. Anakin defeats Dooku, and moves on.

I use to playing this game on my Game Boy Advance when I was 8 and 9 years old. It was a great strategy game to play and I was so addicted to it! It took me a year to finally beat it!

Well, that's all the merchandise I own from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones! That concludes the article and soon I will be doing my third and final part of the article where I will be discussing all the action figures and toys I have based on Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith! Thanks for reading!

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