Definitely Potf2 (red/green line).
Ah man, that sounds great. Being a young teenager in the UK I didn't quite have that luxury of choice (although I definitely didn't want for anything). Stormtroopers were pretty hard to find as I recall. My Imperials were a real mix - pilots, scouts, Sandtroopers, gunners, no more than one of anything.I voted for the red/green lines, because they really brought me back to collecting Star Wars items. At that time, Star Wars merchandise was actually dead, vintage toys nowhere to be found, especially not on fleamarkets ... and then came the Potf2 toys. You knew you could go to a Wal-Mart, K-Mart or Target and pick up whatever you wanted for a decent price ... 5 Stormtroopers, 10 Stormtroopers, 50 Stormtroopers etc. The shelves were packed with stuff. No other line was so available in stores after the Potf2 toyline. Of course, some of the Potf2 figures looked like they were trained by Arnold, but so what, they were there and I could buy as many as I wanted.
Of course. But it's very much stylistically akin to the later POTF2 figures. AOTC/Saga went down the articulated statue route, which IMO was a real point of delineation for the line.Just to clarify, POTJ was not a 1990's line. It made it's debut in 2000.
The Star Wars: Power of the Jedi toy line was released by Hasbro from 2000 to 2002, featuring a variety of characters and vehicles from Star Wars, including both the first two prequels and the original trilogy. This toy line saw 57 figures being released and the introduction of the concept...starwars.fandom.com