Not that it really matters that much, but the tooling was done on 2 figures that are essentially the same figure. That's all.I don’t understand what you don’t understand. Disney made the Toybox line first. It’s been out for a while now. That line is exclusive to Disney Stores, and each character has only lasted a finite amount of time.
I get that the styles both look similar, but Disney was referencing the video game style, and Hasbro is now using the animated series as a reference for this new line. Outside of that, the Disney line is a catch all for a kinds of IP that just happens to have some Star Wars characters. This Hasbro line is strictly Star Wars.
It bothers me that we have 200 different Vader figures when most are essentially the same design. It bothers me that we have a new line of 5" figures that no one asked for. It bothers me when resources are essentially wasted when the stuff that we want continues to be underserved.
This isn't Burger King creating a burger that tastes like a Big Mac, this is McDonald's making a Big Mick to compete with their own Big Mac.