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Limited edition figure

Yes, we realise Kenner’s original 1978 Luke Skywalker action figure looked more like David Van Day than Mark Hamill but that didn’t stop Star Wars fans from snapping it up in their millions. The bigger (or should that be smaller?) problem was that it was only 3 ¾” tall. So thank goodness Kenner have finally seen sense with the awesome Luke Skywalker Vintage Kenner Action Figure.

Modelled on the first ever Luke action figure from 1978, this heroically evocative, limited edition plaything stands a far more satisfying 12” tall. Made using digital scans of the classic little figure that thrilled an entire generation of Skywalker wannabes, it can’t bullseye womp rats in its T-16 but at least it faithfully replicates that Bucks Fizz barnet and even features an extendable lightsaber just like the original.

It’s not all about the actual figure though, because Luke’s brilliantly 70s replica packaging boasts original artwork/photos and a resealable plastic clamshell that allows you to display him in all his retro-boxed glory. Now al you need to do is drop into Tosche station to pick up some power converters!

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Product info

detail

Limited edition figure

Yes, we realise Kenner’s original 1978 Luke Skywalker action figure looked more like David Van Day than Mark Hamill but that didn’t stop Star Wars fans from snapping it up in their millions. The bigger (or should that be smaller?) problem was that it was only 3 ¾” tall. So thank goodness Kenner have finally seen sense with the awesome Luke Skywalker Vintage Kenner Action Figure.

Modelled on the first ever Luke action figure from 1978, this heroically evocative, limited edition plaything stands a far more satisfying 12” tall. Made using digital scans of the classic little figure that thrilled an entire generation of Skywalker wannabes, it can’t bullseye womp rats in its T-16 but at least it faithfully replicates that Bucks Fizz barnet and even features an extendable lightsaber just like the original.

It’s not all about the actual figure though, because Luke’s brilliantly 70s replica packaging boasts original artwork/photos and a resealable plastic clamshell that allows you to display him in all his retro-boxed glory. Now al you need to do is drop into Tosche station to pick up some power converters!