Friday, December 13, 2013

Incoming - Sideshow Star Wars Episode V: Battle of Hoth 1/6 scale Commander Luke Skywalker

From Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, recreate your favorite moments leading up to the Battle of Hoth with the Sideshow Collectibles Commander Luke Skywalker - Hoth Sixth Scale Figure.

Fearless and vigilant, the Rebel leader comes to life with an incredibly screen-accurate portrait of young Skywalker as portrayed by actor Mark Hamill. Bundled up in authentically replicated cold-weather fatigues, featuring hand-tailored insulated clothing and an additional portrait with headgear and snow goggles, Luke is prepared to head out into the freezing wilderness surrounding Echo Base armed with his trusty lightsaber, blaster, and macrobinoculars. There's no telling what dangers he will encounter while on patrol...from a nearby 'meteorite' crash, to hungry wampas, to a full blown Imperial invasion - the Commander of the Rebel Alliance had better be ready for anything!

Sideshow Collectibles Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back "Battle of Hoth" 1/6 scale Commander Luke Skywalker will come with 12-inch tall Prometheus Body, Detailed Portrait with headgear and fabric scarf, Detailed portrait of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, Detailed multilayered cold weather rebel uniform, Two part sculpted boots, a pair Binoculars with fabric strap, Lightsaber, DK-44 Blaster (Luke Version) and Various switch-out hands: Right trigger hand, Right c-grip hand, Right large c-grip hand, Right reach hand, Left fist, Left c-grip hand, Left large c-grip hand, Left reach hand plus Figure support base. Sideshow Exclusive Accessory: Detailed 'Wampa Attack' portrait with damaged headgear and fabric scarf. Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures

Sideshow Exclusive Accessory: Detailed 'Wampa Attack' portrait with damaged headgear and fabric scarf.

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Anonymous said...

Great site you have here! Love the reviews!

Does it concern you, as it does me, the rise in price of Sideshow's figures? It seems they want to price themselves like Hot Toys, but the quality is just not there. I mean, that Wampa Attack head is terrible. Who is that suppose to be? I guess I will have to wait to see a review of this fig, but I don't see it going well. Sideshow has a history of releasing things that are significantly worse than their prototypes. I would like to know your opinion about this.
Thank you for you time!

alex teo said...

I completely agree with you about Sideshow's pricing which is why I've not ordered many of their products as I feel that they are overcharging. So is Hot Toys these days - prices are going up and up! Thanks for sharing your views :) cheers