Luke Skywalker With X-34 Landspeeder Star Wars The Black Series 6"

Luke Skywalker

  • Toy Line: Star Wars The Black Series 6"
  • MSRP: $59.99 USD
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  • Scale: 6"
  • Retailer Exclusive: No
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Date Stamp: 71531
  • Released: 2017
  • Joint Count: 23
  • Joint Details: 1 Ball-jointed top neck, 1 swivel-jointed lower neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 swivel biceps, 2 swivel joints above elbows, 2 swivel joints below elbows, 2 ball-jointed wrists, 1 ball-jointed upper body, 2 ball-jointed hips, 2 swivel thighs, 2 swivel-joints above knees, 2 swivel joints below knees, 2 ball-jointed ankles
  • Accessory Count: 9
  • Accessory Details: 1 Soft-goods tunic, 1 Belt, 1 Lightsaber with removable blue blade, 1 Binoculars, 1 Floppy Hat, 1 Rifle, 1 Poncho, 1 Display Stand For The Landspeeder, 1 Windshield for the Landspeeder


  • This 6" Luke Skywalker with X-34 Landspeeder was released in September 2017
  • The figure is identical with the 2017 San Diego Comic Con Luke Skywalker figure, including the accessories
  • The difference between this regularly released Luke with Landspeeder and the 2017 San Diego Comic Con exclusive Luke Skywalker with Landspeeder is the deco on the speeder, a rotating engine on the San Diego Comic Con version and the packaging
  • For high-res pictures of the San Diego Comic Con version have a look here please: SDCC Luke Skywalker With Landspeeder
  • Luke Skywalker's belt is removable, it can be slipped down the legs (a bit tough to do, but do-able!)
  • The tunic is also removable, unfortunately it's made out of very thin materials, so much so that you can see Luke's skin through the clothing
  • The droid caller and the pouches on the belt are permanently attached
  • The lightsaber has a removable blue blade
  • The lightsaber hilt can be hung from a hook on the belt
  • The binoculars have a soft plastic flap which can be attached to the belt
  • The rifle isn't a good fit for Luke's hands and he can't hold it up well to aim, but at least he can carry it
  • Luke Skywalker is able to hold the lightsaber and the binoculars tightly in each hand
  • The included poncho looks great and it can easily be put over Luke's head
  • The floppy hat is a good fit
  • Hasbro gave this figure two swivel biceps and double jointed elbows, this way Luke is able to put the binoculars right in front of the eyes
  • There is weathering on the boots, which looks great, but we would have liked to see a more used look on the entire outfit
  • The Landspeeder's hood can be opened, which then reveals the engine
  • The engine in the Landspeeder doesn't rotate (it does on the San Diego Comic Con version)
  • The hood has a small round panel which can be opened
  • The hood also has a sensor (not entirely sure what it is, if you do, please let us know in the comments), which can be rotated 360 degrees
  • Luke Skywalker's rifle can be attached to the right side of the Landspeeder
  • There are two panels in the back of the Landspeeder which can be opened, the right one is empty and offers a storage solution for some of the extra accessories Luke came with, the left one reveals more engine parts
  • The steering wheel is not movable
  • Luke fits behind the steering wheel, but it's a tight fit
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi fits into the passenger seat, but again, it's very tight and it will take a while to get the figure positioned just right
  • The Landspeeder's windhield can be unplugged
  • Hasbro added a small hole on the back of the Landspeeder where one of R2-D2's sensors can be plugged in for more stability (nice idea, but it doesn't work well, R2's sensor is just too short to plug in tightly)
  • C-3PO can be placed behind Luke, but unfortunately there isn't enough room to fit 3PO's legs in properly (and the legs don't bend enough)
  • The Landspeeder looks fantastic overall
  • The seats were given a slightly rustic look (nice detail!) and there are some scratches to be found which indicate that the vehicle has some history and isn't the newest model on the market anymore
  • All in all, this farmboy version of Luke Skywalker together with the Landspeeder is a great set and should be in anyone's Black Series collection


Luke Skywalker owned one of these nondescript but speedy landspeeders, racing the sand-pocked and sun-faded craft across the desert between the Lars homestead and outposts such as Toshe Station and Anchorhead.