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Fun to see Lego you never have seen before.
And who among ye have betoggled the "want set" button?
Ha! Think any Bricksetter will confess?
Before I'm beset myself with angry Bricksetters, yes, I know the saying, paraphrased, one Lego collector's junk is another Lego collector's treasure.
But all things considered, I don't have a huge problem with constraction sets of human characters, and I think the new Luke is one of the better ones. For me, Galidor's fatal flaw wasn't how the characters looked. As action figures, they were pretty high quality aside from their clunky click joints. Rather, it was the theme's pitiful creative building potential, and these new Star Wars figures avert that by using the same versatile Character and Creature Building System as all other post-2011 constraction sets. As simple as he is, Luke has at least twice as many pieces as any Galidor set, judging only from this picture. And many of those parts are basic shells, beams, and Technic connectors that can be easily repurposed for other creations — not highly-detailed single-piece limbs that will look out-of-place in any other theme.