Mark Hamill Compares Luke Skywalker Dolls From Different Eras

Mark Hamill has been playing Luke Skywalker since the 1970s — which is also as long as toy companies have been churning out action figures of the “Star Wars” hero.

Hamill took to Twitter on Wednesday to remind fans that there have been a lot of Skywalker dolls over the years, and did a bit of compare-and-contrast with action figures from various eras.

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He started off with a yellow-mopped version of young Luke from the first “Star Wars” film in 1977, captioning it “Generic Lemon-Haired Ken Doll Luke.”


Next up was “Black-Haired Semi-Conscious Adult-Diaper Luke.”

This was followed by “Pumped-Up Roid-Rage With Balcony You Could Do Shakespeare From Luke.”

Finally, there was the Skywalker of “The Last Jedi”, a.k.a. “Senior Citizen Jedi Pension-Plan Future Force-Ghost Luke.”

Hamill’s tweet was met by sheer hilarity from the rest of the Twitterverse, who served up such tweets as these:

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The Many Voices Of Mark Hamill





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