Star Wars The Vintage Collection

Classic 3 3/4-inch action figures from a galaxy far, far away
Enjoy Star Wars figures just like the old days with modern improvements! Hasbro’s The Vintage Collection includes characters and vehicles from across the Star Wars galaxy! These 3.75” figures feature amazing articulation, deco detail, accessories and packaged in retro Kenner packaging. Look for plenty of new characters from recent Star Wars entertainment in The Vintage Collection! 
Characters from across the galaxy 
The Vintage Collection currently features carded figures from: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, The Clone Wars, The Mandalorian, The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker.

In addition to these entertainment features, you will also find a selection of characters from Expanded Universe and Star Wars Legends.
How many The Vintage Collection figures are there? 

There are currently 240 numbered Vintage Collection figures as of Wave 18. This first phase started with the VC# system ran from 2010 through 2013. Hasbro put the series on a hiatus until it returned in April 2018 with The Force Awakens themed wave. In addition to the numbered carded figures, there are numerous exclusives, multi-packs as well.

Are The Vintage Collection figures have super articulated?
Yes, Star Wars The Vintage Collection feature highly articulated action figures. It is common for figures to have over 15 points of articulation. This makes them perfect for dynamic poses.
When did Hasbro start making The Vintage Collection? 
Hasbro released the first wave of Vintage Collection figures in 2010 with an Empire Strikes Back themed assortment. While this was the official start to the series, there were hints of original trilogy and Kenner style with The Original Trilogy Collection in 2004 and Saga Vintage Collection in 2007.
Are all vintage collection collection card backs punched? 
Yes, Hasbro currently hole punches every card back in the factory before shipping them to stores and collectors. This started with the second phase in 2018 in response to stores complaining about the hole punches making a mess in the toy aisle.