The Star Trek franchise, which began as a science fiction television series, has spawned dozens of sequels, spin-offs, and imitators.
But few have been as successful as the merchandising juggernaut of Star Wars.
Star Wars merchandise has become an increasingly important part of a culture of fandom and fans of all ages have taken to buying merchandise from the franchise, a trend that has also become a significant factor in its popularity in the US.
But for many fans, there’s one thing they want most of all: to own a Star Wars set.
That’s where the original Star Wars, which was released in 1977, comes in.
For decades, the merchandise that accompanied Star Wars was mostly of a limited range, and most of the original cast members, including George Lucas, didn’t want to be in the same room as other fans.
So, in 1993, Lucasfilm released a series of posters of various characters from the original trilogy.
These posters featured the actors from the films, along with a picture of the character who appeared on each poster.
Over time, the Star Wars line grew, with each poster featuring the Star War characters in different settings.
The most iconic characters in the series were Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Darth Vader, and Chewbacca.
And so began the “Star Wars” merchandizing craze, as fans began to buy merchandise that was meant to be associated with the original films.
In some cases, the original characters were remixed and re-imagined for the new films, but some of the characters were also re-created or even remixed for the Star Trek and Marvel franchises.
The original Star Trek, in particular, was popular among fans of the show.
The series aired for eight seasons from 1966-69, and featured the crew of the Enterprise-D as they fought in a battle with the Borg in the Delta Quadrant.
In 2017, Star Trek merchandise became so popular that the brand name was changed to the “Trek” brand.
The original Star Fleet set was discontinued, and the merchandise for the Enterprise, which featured all of the Original Series cast members was discontinued as well.
But the most popular Star Wars merchandisers are the original versions of the classic Star Wars toys, which are still sold by toy stores.
The popular figures include Han Solo and Luke Skywalker in their original packaging, Chewbak, R2-D2, and a pair of Stormtroopers in their new packaging.
The Original Trilogy Star Wars figures have been the biggest sellers on eBay, selling for as much as $3,200 on average.
Star Wars toys are not only popular with fans of Star Trek but also collectors.
Star Trek toys have been used as accessories in many of the Star Citizen games, such as the game Star Trek: Battlefront.
And fans of other films and TV shows have been collecting these figures for decades.
But it’s a different story with the first Star Wars sets, which were designed for Star Wars fans, rather than a toy company.
The earliest of the early sets for the Original Trilogy was released at the end of 1983, and were called the “Cadet Pack,” a reference to the movie series of the same name.
The first “Cade” set was produced in 1983 for the then-popular Star Trek TV show.
As part of the set, it included a replica of the ship that was featured in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, the movie that introduced the characters to the Starfleet.
The sets for both “CADE” and the original “CADET” set were sold by a toy store called Star Wars Collectibles.
By 1994, the toy company was bought by Hasbro, and it became the toy division of Hasbro.
In 2004, the toys division of Disney merged with Hasbro to become Hasbro Studios.
In 2007, Hasbro and the Walt Disney Company bought Lucasfilm, and in 2009, Hasro Studios acquired Lucasfilm.
In 2019, Has-tro Studios merged with Lucasfilm to become Lucasfilm Ltd.
Today, Star Wars characters are used in all of Disney’s major animated productions.
They are also the most well-known of Disney characters, with Star Wars and Star Wars: Episode I Racer being the two most popular franchises among children in the United States.
In 2019, Disney announced that Star Wars will no longer be used in the new Star Wars feature film The Last Jedi.
Disney said the decision was based on a “change in our strategy and focus on other areas of the company.”
But fans are still eager to own one of the first toys that feature the characters.
And the popularity of the merchands is only just beginning to die down, as more fans buy merchandise to go along with their Star Wars-themed outfits.