Yes... Yes you can. The yellows don't match up perfectly though. The AOTC Clone has a certain brightness to his yellow while the E3 Clone has a more subdued almost mustard-like color. However both are accurate, the yellers were just different in the movie. The helmets fit both figures fine enough by my eyes though if you wanted to mix/match.
And thanks to Jesse for handling the post and thread for me on this.
I was away from home without access to the site save for coming into the forums to beg the guys for help, hehe.
Anyway I'll give my usual post for a review here too, just lower than average.
So you wanted Clones? Well Hasbro's going ape**** with the Clones this year and seemingly onward into the forseeable future as well. The Clone Evolutions set represents probably the most collector-oriented Clone figure though since the #41 "apology" for the QD Attack Collection 1 figure.
The set shows the classic visual progression the white armor clad bringers of doom have from their Mandalorian roots, and the resulting boxed set is an item every collector needs a few of. The troops inside aren't all the best for army building but the variation grey set is due soon and looks to change that little snafu completely as it's a completely army builder set it seems.
The Yellow set isn't anything to sneeze at though,a s the Yellow E2 ttrooper makes a superior Clone Pilot to all prior incarnations, and that's a great army builder. Of course you need to keep one a Commander to tell your punk replacement Commander from the EE 4-packs to go get dirty or get off the battlefield!
The E3 Clone is a Bly grunt. Short of the annoying helmet issue that figure is probably my 2nd favorite in the set just because Episode 3 was so military in nature. Just getting a film-accurate Clone is a nice change of pace too, given that we've only gotten white troops so far, some EU troops, and the half-assed Gree repaint... And of course Bly who is cool but you need his grunts in droves to mow down Aayla Secura out in the field.
The Sandtrooper may (or may not, as I like to believe) be a Clone, and for that I like that the set explicitly says "Clone To Stormtrooper", not simply Clone Evolutions. Hasbro's way of being ambiguous too? It's pretty cool though and the figure's only major flaw is his waist isn't articulated. Beyond that, I'd take 100 (seriously) of the Sandtrooper with various pauldrons. Even the first "**** smear" variant was fine by me.
Hasbro's got a winning set, so check out the review and keep your eyes peeled on "The Good... The Bad... & The Ugly Figure Reviews"
column for me to pick off some more. Hasbro gets the credit where it's owed and this time they did good by me.
Now we need more... please? Like, how about that Rebel Trooper Evolution set I REALLY need? Padme, Obi-Wan, Luke, Han, and Leia wouldn't be shabby sets either though, ya know?
Hell, a Jedi Masters set with Qui Gon, Mace, and Yoda wouldn't be bad ideas to me either.