It mentions on the front that you can store your Star Wars figures in it, "HOLDS 12 SPACE FIGURES (UP TO 4 1/4") INCLUDING: STAR WARS, SHOGUN WARRIORS, AND METAL-MAN."
Here's a close up of the Star World bunch. Yep! They're the next best thing to R2-D2, Darth Vader, C-3PO, and Chewbacca!
And then there's the small print: "STAR WORLD IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF M.A.C. MFG. CORP. used by permission".
"TARA TOY CORP, GLENDALE, N.Y. 11227 NO. M22".
Below is a view of the top of the case. There's a nice little, white handle that comes out of it.
The Tara Toy Corporation also released the Space Case, though I don't really see any Star Wars similarities in the graphics.
The Space Case has a tray just like the Star World case; four-by-three slots.
Y'know what else the Tara Toy Corporation made? The Action Figures Collector Case. It claims to be "THE PERFECT CASE FOR MOST COMBAT AND SPACE ACTION FIGURES", and we all know what popular toy lines they're referring to.
This case, too, doesn't seem to have any Star Wars relations. Those things might be knockoff R2-D2's, although the one on the left looks more like a Pokeball.
This case is actually pretty cool because it holds 24 figures. It's got two cheap plastic trays, one just stacked right on the other.
I've seen another vinyl carrying case that's from Sears and says "SPACE FIGURE CASE" in a font resembling "ACTION FIGURES" from the Action Figures Collector Case's logo. The case shows three robots and a spaceship flying around in space with a few planets and stars in the background. I don't see any similarity to Star Wars on this case, either. If anyone's wondering, it holds twenty four figures within two trays.
There's a Chinese yo-yo from the New York company Mac that uses the Star World logo on its cardback, and I'm not sure what the story is about that. Maybe one of the companies ripped-off the other or perhaps they got permission to use the logo.