|Space Police II|
After Blacktron, Space Police I was the next theme to receive a makeover, remodeled into its more widely recognized black and grey with green canopies and red trim. The standardized jail cells were retained, though only three vehicles could accept them; the theme also lacked a permanent installation like Space Police I's 6955 Space Lock-Up Isolation Base (1989). It was the first Space theme to replace the LEGO standard (smiley face) minifigure head with a more complex graphic (in this case, the face augmented by a fringe of hair and an ear-mounted microphone). Finally, Space Police II ships were known for being under-armed; several vehicles sported no overt weapons (such as 6813 Galactic Chief, whose epaulet-wearing pilot is armed with only a hand-held blaster that might actually be a bullhorn), and the others featured only two small cockpit-mounted weapons (including the theme's heavyweight multi-module spaceship, the 6984 Galactic Mediator).
Popular Space Police II vehicles include 6897 Rebel Hunter and 6984 Galactic Mediator (both 1992). Space Police II did not include any bases. Though Space Police II officially ended in 1993, 1916 Starion Patrol (1993) was re-released as 3015 Space Police Car in 1998.
The Space Police II officers protected the M-Tron and Ice Planet 2002 from the Blacktron Future Generation and enforced laws established by the Galactic Council. They always protected the innocent in interplanetary disputes.
|1969||Bot Assistant||31||Space Police II Officer||1993|
|3015||Space Police Car||18||1||1998|
|6897||Rebel Hunter||140||Space Police Officer, Blacktron prisoner||$21.00||1992|
|6957||Solar Snooper||249||Blacktron Future Generation Astronaut, Space Police II Officer (x2)||$36.00||1992|
|6984||Galactic Mediator||395||Blacktron Future Generation Astronaut, Space Police II Officer, Space Police II Chief||$59.99||1992|