LUKE SKYWALKER (With T-16 Skyhopper Model)

Source: (A New Hope)

Year: 1999

Retail: $6.99

Jedi Master Points: 10 Points

Assortment: CommTech Chips

Assortment Number: 84211/84185

UPC Number:
796084211

Packaging Variations:

  • .00 Green Commtech


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • T-16 Skyhopper Model
  • Carbon Scraper
  • CommTech Chip


  • Commtech Chip (No. C3):

  • "Ben...Ben Kenobi, boy am I glad to see you!"
  • "We're going full throttle!"
  • "I got him!"
  • "What a piece of junk!"
  • Comments: While tinkering with his model T-16 skyhopper and tending to his uncle's new droids, Luke unwittingly short circuits R2-D2's recording system, triggering the holographic appearance of a young Princess Leia. The image implores the help of Obi-Wan Kenobi, but vanishes soon thereafter.

    Point of Interest: At one point in 1998, there were so many versions of Luke Skywalker coming out, all sculpted in similar poses. The Luke figures from Purchase of the Droids, Gunner Station, Blastshield Helmet, and Flashback Photo figures all used the same torso as this one.


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