Compare this Kashyyyk Trooper Commander figure
This Kashyyyk Clone Commander was released in a comic 2-pack during The Legacy Collection in 2010 together with a Kashyyyk Trooper figure. Even though the Clone Commander was part of the Star Wars: Republic #83 "Hidden Enemy" comic 2-pack, the character was never featured in that comic book story.
The figure is super articulated, with ball-joints in the neck, shoulders, elbows, waist, knees and ankles. There are swivel joints in both wrists and legs. The trooper stands very secure thanks to adjustable knees and ankles. The blaster is a great fit for either of the figure's hands, and the removable shoulder pauldron sits tightly on the shoulders. The clone trooper helmet is not removable.
The trooper's camouflage pattern on the armor looks pretty good, and the sculpt with 14 points of articulation is as good as it gets for 2010. All in all, this figure is a cool addition to any Kashyyyk diorama, even though it's not based on any specific source material.
After receiving Order 66, the clone troopers in Bogey Squad hunt down Jedi General Quinlan Vos. The squad searches the forests of Kashyyyk to find and eliminate their former commander, who is now considered a traitor to the Republic. The troopers are highly skilled, but they are up against a resourceful quarry.