Commander Luke Skywalker Hoth Sixth-Scale Figure

Commander Luke Skywalker Hoth Sixth-Scale Figure

Before he became an all-powerful Jedi master, he was just a guy trying to avoid a nasty case of frostbite, and the Commander Luke Skywalker Hoth Sixth-Scale Figure captures our frozen hero as he was depicted in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.

This highly-detailed figure features three views of Darth Vader’s son: a head sculpt with headgear and fabric scarf, a head sculpt minus the headgear and scarf, and an exclusive ‘Wampa Attack’ sculpt with damaged headgear and fabric scarf.

To make sure he’s equipped to handle anything the harsh environment might throw his way, Luke also has his trusty blaster, lightsaber, and a pair of binoculars. It’s even possible to hook him up with his frosty ride, with the Tauntaun Sixth Scale Figure.

Commander Luke Skywalker Hoth Sixth-Scale Figure

  • Prometheus Body
  • ONE (1) Detailed Portrait with headgear and fabric scarf
  • ONE (1) Detailed portrait
  • Detailed multilayered cold weather rebel uniform
  • ONE (1) Two part sculpted boots
  • ONE (1) pair Binoculars with fabric strap
  • ONE (1) Lightsaber
  • ONE (1) DK-44 Blaster (Luke Version)
  • Various switch-out hands:
    • ONE (1) Right trigger hand
    • ONE (1) Right c-grip hand
    • ONE (1) Right large c-grip hand
    • ONE (1) Right reach hand
    • ONE (1) Left fist
    • ONE (1) Left c-grip hand
    • ONE (1) Left large c-grip hand
    • ONE (1) Left reach hand
  • ONE (1) Figure support base
  • Exclusive Accessory: Detailed ‘Wampa Attack’ portrait with damaged headgear and fabric scarf

The Commander Luke Skywalker Hoth Sixth-Scale Figure will be available October 2014 but it can be pre-ordered now for $199.99 (or for as little as $66.66/month) at Sideshow Collectibles. Limit of one piece per person.

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Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

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