His return in The Mandalorian was legendary. And now the moment Luke Skywalker returned has been captured in an all-new statue by Iron Studios
Iron Studios has revealed an all-new statue of Luke Skywalker from The Mandalorian. The incredible new collectible captures the moment when Luke single handily takes down a squad of Dark Troopers aboard Moff Gideon’s Imperial Cruiser. This is the second statue from this sequence to be released by the studio. The original was announced back in August and featured Luke, R2-D2, and Grogu.
But for the latest offering, Iron Studios has captured Luke Skywalker in action – in all his glory. The Luke Skywalker (Combat Version) 1/10 Scale Statue features Luke, Lightsaber extended and launching into battle. Check out the image gallery and release notes below.
LUKE SKYWALKER (COMBAT VERSION)
Luke Skywalker’s ultimate combat statue in The Mandalorian series by Iron Studios!
Aboard Imperial Officer Moff Gideon’s light cruiser spacecraft, the enigmatic figure of a Jedi Master, wearing a black hooded cloak, uses all his skill and connection to the power of Force with his left hand. In his right hand, with a glove, he masterfully wields a green lightsaber. At his feet lies the metallic remains of a deadly Dark Trooper droid, part of a security squad that tries in vain to stop the relentless warrior. Inspired by one of the most memorable scenes from the last episode of season 2 of the series The Mandalorian, Iron Studios presents the statue “Luke Skywalker BDS Combat Version – Art Scale 1/0 – The Mandalorian”, featuring the greatest hero of the Star Wars saga in his unexpected appearance on the Disney+ streaming series.
When Grogu (Baby Yoda) was in a trance-like state in the so-called Seer Stone, in the ancient ruins of a temple on the planet Tython, the small child sent a signal apparently received by Luke Skywalker, who promptly came to his rescue at a decisive moment. Using his skills as a Jedi Master, Luke faced and defeated, an entire platoon of Dark Trooper droids in a shocking scene that thrilled fans around the world. In the end, Luke becomes the child’s new protector, given to him by his previous guardian, Din Djarin (Mando).
This iconic combat scene is now immortalized by Iron Studios, in a piece that faithfully replicates the smallest details, such as tissue and metallic textures and the movement in the pose of the Jedi master. The statue is already available for Pre-Order. Check out the “Dark Trooper BDS Art Scale 1/10 – The Mandalorian” statue that can compose a diorama along with Luke, and the entire line of future Iron Studios releases derived from The Mandalorian series, featuring the most important protagonists in statues in Art Scale 1/10 and Legacy Replica 1/4. Stay tuned for all the news on our social media.
Luke Skywalker BDS Combat Version – Art Scale 1/0 – The Mandalorian
– Limited edition
– Based on original references
– Made in polystone – *(may contain parts in resin, polystone, PVC, metal and fabric)
– Hand painted
– Product dimensions: 9.4 in (H) x 7 in (W) x 8.2 in (D)
– Product Weight: 4 lbs
– MSRP: USD $149.99 (American US Dollars)
– Release schedule: Third quarter of 2022
Wow. Iron Studios appears to be knocking this statue out of the park, and the resemblance to Mark Hamill makes this a must-have for Star Wars fans everywhere. Luke’s jaw-dropping cameo in The Mandalorian certainly triggered an outpour of emotion from fans young and old. And I can think of no better way to immortalize that moment than with this stunning statue. Even though it will set us back $160!
Pre-orders for this statue are already live via Sideshow Collectibles, so set a course and jump to lightspeed. Iron Studios expects to release the product sometime between October and December 2022.
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