The most notable A-wing pilot, Arvel Crynyd, was famous for an accident–his ship spun out of control and turned a Super Star Destroyer control room into a crater. Despite this, the RZ-1 A-wing interceptor was actually a very nimble and powerful craft.
The Empire’s TIE/LN starfighter was a purely utilitarian design. Barely big enough to hold a pilot, its spherical cockpit was flanked by two huge–and iconic–radiator panels.
Some droids were good, some were bad, and most were ugly. But BB-8 was just plain adorable. His small rotating head perched atop his rolling body was just too much.
The T-65 X-Wing Starfighter is one of the most iconic vehicles in Star Wars history. With its sleek fuselage, elongated laser cannons, and signature wings, you can afford to overlook the outdated targeting computer.