Star Wars: The Black Series Hyperreal Luke Skywalker

Jay Cochran - July 20, 2019

This Black Series Hyperreal Luke Skywalker figure features movie-inspired detail, fabric costuming, interior skeletal structure with seamless joints, and hyper-articulation for realistic posing.

Enter the world of Star Wars and launch into action and adventure! Discover a galaxy of starships and vehicles, get immersed in exciting stories of good versus evil against a backdrop of a galaxy populated by heroes, villains, droids, and space creatures. With the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back-inspired The Black Series Hyperreal Luke Skywalker figure, kids and fans can imagine coming face to face with Sith Lord Darth Vader in an epic Lightsaber duel!

Featuring super realistic detailing and articulation, along with an exterior skin and interior skeletal structure for seamless posing, Star Wars The Black Series Hyperreal figures let fans recreate galactic scenes with a faithfulness to the Star Wars entertainment that includes the Star Wars comics, movies, and animated series. The minute, entertainment-inspired Star Wars details and 8-inch-scale make these figures an impressive addition to any Star Wars figure collection. (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)

A highly detailed character likeness, exterior skin, an interior skeletal structure, and 28 points of articulation come together to create a hyperrealistic Luke Skywalker action figure! The Star Wars The Black Series Hyperreal Luke Skywalker figure features a metallic endoskeleton, boasting seamless joints while offering high poseability. Recreate scenes from the Star Wars entertainment with accuracy and display the Hyperreal Luke Skywalker in any Star Wars collection!

After a crushing defeat on the ice planet Hoth, Luke Skywalker travels to Dagobah in search of Jedi Master Yoda. Learning that his friends are in Danger, Luke cuts his Jedi training short and travels to the Cloud City of Bespin, only to find he has been lured into a trap by the villainous Sith Lord Darth Vader!

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Satam - 2019-07-22 @ 7:55 pm

Huh. I thought that was cloth clothing, but on second glance, nope. It doesn't look like it is. Looks like the same material as Luke's hands and face. Swell.

Jake_Botts - 2019-07-22 @ 5:00 pm

Wondering why Hasbro didnt go with cloth clothing, maybe scale too small?

Jake_Botts - 2019-07-22 @ 5:00 pm
22 hours ago, Satam said:

I hope the "exterior skin" is a better material than Mattel used for their weird experimental Swamp Thing some years back. It would suck if Luke got a bunch of tears underneath the clothes.

Art Asylum used some weird rubber material for their Enterprise line, and my Captain Archer has a tear on his backside from being posed in his Captains chair. Hoping the tech Hasbro uses is lightyears better!

Satam - 2019-07-21 @ 6:53 pm

I hope the "exterior skin" is a better material than Mattel used for their weird experimental Swamp Thing some years back. It would suck if Luke got a bunch of tears underneath the clothes.

JeffCoJeffCo - 2019-07-21 @ 6:31 am

Bespin Luke is probably my favorite version of Luke and the carbon freeze chamber piece compliments the figure nicely.

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