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Titanium Series :: Comparison Pictures
Titanium Series Checklists
Checklist By Wave Of Release Download Checklist
This checklist is a complete listing of the Star Wars Titanium Series, broken down by each wave as it was released. Contains all known packaging and deco variants.
Checklist By Vehicle, All Packaging Variants Download Checklist
Many of the items in the Titanium Series were released in multiple deco's and multiple packaging types. For the sealed completist, this checklist documents all releases of each item, in all packaging variants.
Checklist By Vehicle, All Deco Variants Download Checklist
For those collectors who open their items, this checklist documents all deco variants of each item in the Titanium Series. I have recorded each variant the first time it appeared. For more information see the previous checklist.
* The majority of the information in these checklists was obtained from the SirStevesGuide.com forum variant list, found here. Supplemental information was found at Rebelscum.com, Entertainment Earth, Big Bad Toy Store and my own discoveries. All information is accurate to the best of my knowledge, but changes will be made as new information becomes available.
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3" Vehicles
A-wing Starfighter
The A-wing Starfighter was released first in the X-Ray Fleet, the J. C. Penney Gift Set and as a Die-Cast vehicle. It was later released with four different paint schemes in the Titanium line. A-wing Starfighter A-wing Starfighter      
Amidala's Star Skiff
This ship was released twice, the first release was a clean version and the second had a dirty wash and some skuff marks. Amidala's Star Skiff Amidala's Star Skiff Amidala's Star Skiff    
AT-AP (All Terrain Attack Pod)
The All Terrain Attack Pod was released first in 2007 using a dark grey with green highlights deco. In 2008 it was released again with red highlights added. AT-AP (All Terrain Attack Pod) AT-AP (All Terrain Attack Pod)      
AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport)
The AT-AT was released first in the X-Ray Fleet and the J. C. Penney Gift Set, it was later released with four different paint applications in the Titanium line. AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport)      
AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) (Hoth Versions)
The Hoth version of the AT-AT was released by itself and as part of Wal-Mart Gift Pack #4. The first release had darker grey marks on the side of the head as well as an overall darker paint wash. AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) (Hoth Versions) AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) (Hoth Versions)      
AT-OT (All Terrain Open Transport)
This vehicle was released twice in 2008. The first release featured the Open Circle fleet insignia, and the second release featured the Republic insignia, a different paint application on the cockpit area and a darker grey base paint. AT-OT (All Terrain Open Transport) AT-OT (All Terrain Open Transport)      
B-wing Starfighter
Originally released in the X-ray Fleet, in 2006 the B-wing was released with the standard paint as seen in Return Of the Jedi, in 2007 it was released with a white and orange deco, and in 2008 it was released in the Dagger Squadron colors as seen in the Star Wars Rebellion: Small Victories comic story. B-wing Starfighter B-wing Starfighter      
Clone Turbo Tank
First released in the start of 2006 in the grey, red and black colors as seen in Revenge Of the Sith, this was released later in 2007 with light grey and white snow themed colors. Clone Turbo Tank Clone Turbo Tank      
Cloud Car
Originally released in late 2008, this was released again in the start of 2009 with significantly larger scorch marks down the sides of the ship. Cloud Car Cloud Car Cloud Car    
Death Star
The Death Star was first released as a matte gray with the Micro Machines Die-Cast line. It's first release with the Titanium Series was with a gloss gray paint and a black line around the equator. Lastly it was released as part of a Wal-Mart gift pack with a silver and gray color scheme. Death Star        
Executor
In the Micro Machines Die-Cast line, the Executor was released with a light gray paint job and the Star Destroyer was white. The Titanium version was a uniform dark gray all over the entire set. Executor Executor      
Hound's Tooth
Released in 2009, the first version had a dark paint wash that the second lacked, and the second version had much larger white marks on the sides. Hound's Tooth Hound's Tooth Hound's Tooth    
Invisible Hand
This ship was released in 2007, some had a darker paint application than others. Invisible Hand Invisible Hand      
Jabba's Desert Skiff
Both versions of this vehicle were released in 2008, the first one had minimal dark markings and the second had more emphasized dark markings and battle damage. Jabba's Desert Skiff Jabba's Desert Skiff Jabba's Desert Skiff Jabba's Desert Skiff  
Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring
Released originally in the red colors of Obi-Wan Kenobi's Jedi Starfighter from Attack Of the Clones, it was followed up by blue, green and orange colors for Plo Koon, Kit Fisto and Saesee Tiin. Lastly were three green versions that were differentiated by canopy color and levels of battle damage. Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring      
Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring (Green Variants)
The last three versions of this toy were very similar. The first had a blue canopy, the others had black canopies. The second had a darker grey center stripe, and the final version had a white paint wash on the bottom as well as two black strokes on the top and bottom of the ship, but I don't know if that was a common deco. Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring (Green Variants) Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring (Green Variants) Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring (Green Variants) Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7) with Hyperdrive Ring (Green Variants)  
Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7B)
The Delta-7B differed from the Delta-7 by placing the astromech droid in a socket along the center spine of the ship rather than off to the side. This ship was released first in 2009 as Obi-Wan Kenobi's red version, and was followed by Anakin Skywalker's yellow version. Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7B) Jedi Starfighter (Delta-7B)      
Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis)
The most prolific Titanium vehicle, this was released 11 times. Twice as Anakin's yellow, twice as Obi-Wan's red, twice as Mace Windu's purple, Anakin's green, Obi-Wan's blue, Aayla Secura's blue, Darth Vader's black Sith variant, and the yellow and red hot rod deco. Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis)      
Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) with Hyperdrive Ring
This vehicle was released first in 2009 as Anakin Skywalker's yellow version, and it was followed by Mace Windu's purple version. There were pictures of a red version that was to be released in 2008, but that wave was cancelled. Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) with Hyperdrive Ring Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) with Hyperdrive Ring Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) with Hyperdrive Ring    
Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Anakin's Yellow Version)
The version of this vehicle that came with the Wal-Mart gift set had a dark canopy and brown laser cannons while the other one had a light canopy and black cannons. The third version was smaller and came with a hyperdrive booster ring. Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Anakin's Yellow Version) Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Anakin's Yellow Version) Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Anakin's Yellow Version)    
Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Mace Windu's Purple Version)
The first version of this ship was a pale purple color while the second version was a richer violet shade. In addition to being smaller and coming with a hyperdrive booster ring, the third version was a distinctly bluish-purple. Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Mace Windu's Purple Version) Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Mace Windu's Purple Version)      
Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Obi-Wan's Red Version)
First released in a Wal-Mart gift set, this ship was a clean red with a clear canopy and a silver and red astromech head. The second version was severely battle-damaged, had a dark canopy and a pink and red astromech head. Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Obi-Wan's Red Version) Jedi Starfighter (ETA-2 Actis) (Obi-Wan's Red Version)      
Millennium Falcon
This was released first in the X-Ray Fleet, the J. C. Penney Gift Set and as a Die-Cast vehicle. In the Titanium line it was released with 5 paint jobs. Original, battle-ravaged, Episode III, Raw Metal silver from the Wal-Mart gift set and gold from the Transformers Millennium Falcon pack-in. Millennium Falcon Millennium Falcon      
Naboo Royal Starship
This vehicle was originally released in Micro Machines Die-Cast set for Episode I with a bright silver finish. When it was released in the Titanium Series, the finish was dulled down considerably to look more grey. Naboo Royal Starship Naboo Royal Starship Naboo Royal Starship    
Naboo Starfighter
First released in 2005 with the yellow color scheme seen in Episode I, it was then released the following year with the blue "Patrol Fighter" colors seen in several expanded universe sources. Naboo Starfighter Naboo Starfighter      
P-38 Starfighter
Originally released in 2008 with the official grey and black colors, it was then released in 2009 with Cad Bane's Xanadu Blood colors. When leaked images of the second version began appearing on eBay, most people thought it was a factory reject with bad graffiti because the Xanadu Blood hadn't been revealed yet. P-38 Starfighter P-38 Starfighter P-38 Starfighter    
Podracer (Anakin Skywalker's)
Released in early 2008 and mid 2009, the first version has a slightly darker grey wash on the ends of the engines. The major difference I found though was that pink energy binders are quite pale on the first version and much darker on the second version. Podracer (Anakin Skywalker's) Podracer (Anakin Skywalker's) Podracer (Anakin Skywalker's)    
Podracer (Sebulba's)
One of the few Episode I Die-Cast vehicles, this was a clean paint originally, and when released with the Titanium Series in 2009 it was given a paint job that represented significant wear and tear. Podracer (Sebulba's) Podracer (Sebulba's) Podracer (Sebulba's)    
Rebel Blockade Runner
Released in 2006 and 2007, the first version was painted to look like the ship as seem in Star Wars: A New Hope, and the second version was painted to look like the ship as seen in Star Wars: Revenge Of the Sith. Rebel Blockade Runner Rebel Blockade Runner      
Rebel Transport
Released in 2008 and 2009, the second version had more pronounced black spots on the top of the ship than the first, and a darker grey backround on the bottom, making the blues and browns stand out more. Rebel Transport Rebel Transport Rebel Transport    
Republic Fighter Tank
Released in the beginning and end of 2009, the second version a very dirty black wash applied to the body of the tank that really brought out a lot of details in the mold. The black wash was also removed from the guns and a light tan stand was included instead of the dark brown stand. Republic Fighter Tank Republic Fighter Tank Republic Fighter Tank Republic Fighter Tank Republic Fighter Tank
Republic Gunship
Released with 7 different decos, the first was the original colors. Two versions replaced the red with green, followed by black. One was the "Shark" deco from the Clone Wars micro series, and one was the Shadow Trooper gunship. One was a dark grey with red and the last was cream with red and the Twi'lek nose art. Republic Gunship Republic Gunship      
Sandcrawler
This was released in the X-ray Fleet, as part of the J. C. Penney Gift Set and as a Die-Cast vehicle. It was then released in the Titanium Series with an identical paint job to the Die-Cast version. The only difference was the crispness of the details. Sandcrawler Sandcrawler      
Sith Infitrator
Originally released as part of the Episode I Die-Cast collection, the Titanium version added a dirty wash and some battle damage. Sith Infitrator Sith Infitrator      
Swamp Speeder
Two of these had white clonetroopers, one had green highlights and the other had red highlights. The last release had camouflaged clonetroopers and dirt painted over its green highlights. Swamp Speeder Swamp Speeder      
TIE Advanced x1 Starfighter
This was released first in the X-Ray Fleet and the J. C. Penney Gift Set, surprisingly it was never released as a Die-Cast until the Titanium Series. With Titanium, it was released as the original blue, white and battle-damaged grey versions. It was also released as a gold version for two conventions in 2006. TIE Advanced x1 Starfighter TIE Advanced x1 Starfighter      
TIE Interceptor
Originally released as a standard blue-grey TIE, this was then released in red and white as a Royal Guard TIE interceptor, and then finally in a brighter blue with red stripes on the solar panels as Baron Fel's 181st TIE Interceptor. TIE Interceptor TIE Interceptor      
Trade Federation AAT
This was part of the Episode I Die-Cast collection with the original clean colors. It was released in 2006 with the original colors covered by a significant dirty wash, in 2007 it was released in a dark brown deco, and in 2008 it was released in the Clone Wars blue and grey colors. Trade Federation AAT Trade Federation AAT      
Trade Federation Battleship
This was part of the Episode I Die-Cast collection under the name "Droid Control Ship" with the original white-grey colors. In 2007 it was released with the blue and dark grey colors as seen in the battle at the beginning of Episode III. Trade Federation Battleship Trade Federation Battleship      
V-wing Starfighter
The first version of this fighter was in the Republic colors with a lot of other dirt and damage markings. It was followed by the Imperial V-wing, all in greys, and the last was a clean version of the Republic colors. V-wing Starfighter V-wing Starfighter V-wing Starfighter    
Vulture Droid
This was part of the Episode I Die-Cast collection as the brown and tan version seen in Episode I. It was then released in the blue and black colors from Episode III, and then the blue, black and white colors from the Clone Wars. Vulture Droid Vulture Droid      
X-wing Starfighter (New Tool)
The new mold of the X-wing was released in six variants. Red 1 through Red 5, piloted by Red Leader, Wedge Antilles, Biggs Darklighter, John Branon and Luke Skywalker each with their own color scheme, and Red 5 was released twice with a slightly different deco. X-wing Starfighter (New Tool) X-wing Starfighter (New Tool)      
X-wing Starfighter (New Tool) (Red 5)
The first version of this had a darker paint wash applied across the fighter, while the second version had a cloudier plastic used for the cockpit and silver was used on R2-D2's dome. X-wing Starfighter (New Tool) (Red 5) X-wing Starfighter (New Tool) (Red 5) X-wing Starfighter (New Tool) (Red 5)    
Y-wing Starfighter (BTL-B)
The Clone Wars version of the Y-wing was released twice. The first one, Anakin's Y-wing, had a bright white and yellow paint job with yellow on the cockpit. The second was a dirty white and yellow and the yellow markings were different from the first. Y-wing Starfighter (BTL-B) Y-wing Starfighter (BTL-B)      
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Ultra Vehicles
Republic Gunship
The Republic Gunship was released twice in the Ultra Titanium Series. The first version had red and green colors as seen in Episode II, and as it was one of the first Ultra vehicles it came with a stand like the Action Fleet had. The second version had the blue "Shark" markings from the Clone Wars micro-series and came with a big screw display case. Republic Gunship Republic Gunship Republic Gunship    
X-wing Starfighter
This was released twice, first as Red 5 and second as Red 3. Red 5 was painted a dark grey, had it's standard red markings and came with an Action Fleet style stand. Red 3 was painted a white grey, had it's standard markings plus battle damage and came with a display case. X-wing Starfighter X-wing Starfighter X-wing Starfighter    
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