Hasbro has unveiled the next high-end Hyperreal line figure to hit the market, and it will be Luke Skywalker. It will be based on his appearance in The Empire Strikes Back, in particular, his Bespin rescue/fail mission attire.

He’s going to retail for $79.99, and based on the official Hasbro site, he should be shipping May 4, 2020, just in time for May the Fourth. You can pre-order him now from Entertainment Earth.

Personally, I think the face looks a bit off. It’s almost too stylized, or cartoonish looking, but face sculpts can change between now and final release, so hopefully it’ll get some more realistic looking paint. Who am I really kidding though, I already pre-ordered his ass, because Star Wars!

Additional details on the figure can be found below.

About Luke Skywalker Hyperreal

This Star Wars The Black Series Hyperreal Series figure features Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back movie-inspired detail, interior skeletal structure with seamless joints, and hyper articulation for realistic posing.

Includes: figure, 13 accessories, figure stand, and instructions.

  • Realistic detailing, interior skeletal structure, seamless joints, and 28 points of hyper articulation allow fans to create almost lifelike poses and scenes for display in their collection
  • This highly detailed Luke Skywalker figure captures the minute physical features of the imposing character inspired by the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back movie
  • Inspired by the Jedi-in-training in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, this Luke Skywalker figure is great for display in any Star Wars collection
  • Includes multiple hands, a figure stand, and multiple accessories for display in any Star Wars collection
  • Inspired by Star Wars movies and entertainment, Star WarsThe Black Series action figures and vehicles enhance any Star Wars collection or display (Each sold Separately. Subject to availability.)

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Matt is literally from a galaxy that is far, far away. Star Wars has consumed his life, and made him the geek that he is. He's no fan of the Prequels, but still loves the Maker. When he's not recording his unstable takes for the Star Wars Time podcast, he's either working on EntertainmentBuddha.com, taking pictures of Star Wars toys, or trying to legitimately wield the Force.