I'd question how much of a Leader Luke actually is. His most leader-ish moment is when he strongarms Han into saving Leia. In Episode V he spends most of his time being trained by Leia. In Episode VI he admittedly masterminded the rescue of Han from Jabba, but the mission on Endor is commanded by Han... Point is, for most of the movies, Luke's doing what other people have told him, and shows very little authority on the rest of the main characters. I'm aware in the Expanded Universe
he becomes a big leader, but I'm going by the movies which is what most people know Luke from.
By contrast, Aragorn, the current image, actually shows far more consistent Leadership. He only really ever really defers to Gandalf. 'Course it's still kinda JAFAAC.
edited 21st Jun '12 3:20:47 PM by CobraPrime