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As a toy line, the vintage line was definitely made to interact with EVERYTHING though. It was all made with only the play pattern in mind, while modern stuff can be made with just that one specific figure's "purpose" in mind, or the vehicle being designed for just one thing.
Vintage was a better toy line. Because I liked to be able to put Chewie in the X-Wing. If you have to ask why I would want to, I wonder if you were ever really a kid.
If it was truely inflation, the 25cents comic book in 1977 should cost 87cents now but for some reason they are $3.99.
I think it's great that there's a sort of evolution. I can't picture (in a Star Wars galaxy sort of sense) the clone helmets just going straight from Phase I to Phase II.
What's Neyo's helmet supposed to be then, if PHase 1 is AOTC style, and Phase 2 is ROTS style?
Neyo's is way out there... Then there's the Marine's uniforms. The "Scout" armor from Kashyyyk...
I think the armor's a constantly evolving thing in the war, ultimately. New stuff developed for new reasons. Some legions in the outer rim could be fighting up till the end in the Phase 1 simply because they don't get resupplied as fast or often. You never know, ya know?