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Twelve Inch Action Figures

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Captain Spock

  This is the Captain Spock figure from the motion picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. This was the movie in which Spock sacrificed his own life to save the Enterprise and its crew. It was available only through the internet at The uniform of the figure is the best one that has ever been on Star Trek and made the figure one of the best twelve inch figure in existence. 

Deanna Troi

  This is the Counselor Deanna Troi figure from the television series, Star Trek: The Next Generation. She is wearing the purple jumpsuit that she wore during the seven year run of the series. This was actual a dumb outfit because it would have been more interesting if they had made the figure wearing the Starfleet medical officer uniform, which looked much better. This was the only main Next Generation character made in a non-movie setting.


  This is the Mugatu, which was an alien shown in one episode of the Original Series, called "A Private Little War." It's some hairy ape-like thing that has horn along its back and bites people. The Mugatu was a really cheap looking alien since it was during the 1960's, but it actually looks pretty interesting and unique as an action figure.
Captain Benjamin Sisko This is the Captain Benjamin Sisko figure from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He is in the Starfleet uniform that he wore for the first four and a half seasons of the series. This character was an integral part of the series because he was the leader throughout the Dominion war and was revered as a messenger of the Prophets by the Bajorans. This figure was part of the final wave of national distribution before Playmates stopped making Star Trek toys.
Captain Christopher Pike This is the Captain Christopher Pike figure from the first Star Trek: The Original Series pilot episode, "The Cage," made in 1964 for NBC by Gene Roddenberry. He is wearing the Starfleet Away Mission Jacket over his duty uniform. This character was interesting, but was replaced by William Shatner's Captain James Kirk in the second pilot and throughout the rest of the series and film franchise.
Q The is the character of Q as he appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes, "Encounter at Farpoint" and "All Good Things...," which were the first and last episodes of the series, respectively. He was the main villain who put humanity and Captain Jean-Luc Picard on trial and he is wearing the judge's robe that he wore in both of those episodes. He is supposed to be a villain, but has also become a humorous character on both Deep Space Nine and Voyager.

Seven of Nine

This is the latest Star Trek character to appear on Star Trek: Voyager, Seven of Nine, who was on the show for four seasons. She is a former Borg drone who has been liberated from the collective by the crew of Voyager. She is wearing the tight. silver catsuit that she wore during the first season she was on the series. Unfortunately, the figure is extremely ugly because the sculpting job makes her looks like a man.
Captain Edition Captain Picard This the Captain's Edition Captain Jean-Luc Picard. This figure was produced as part of the Masterpiece Series and came with a Certificate of Authenticity and a book on the history of Star Trek captain, with Captain Picard on the cover. This figure was limited to a run of 10,000.
Captain Edition Captain Kirk This the Captain's Edition Captain James T. Kirk. Like the Picard version, this figure was produced as part of the Masterpiece Series and came with a Certificate of Authenticity and a book on the history of Star Trek captain, with Captain Kirk on the cover. This figure was limited to a run of 10,000.
Insurrection Picard and Data These two figures are of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Lt. Commander Data from the ninth film Star Trek: Insurrection, released in 1998. Captain Picard is in the new style of dress uniform introduced in the film, while Lt. Commander Data is in the general Starfleet uniform. These figures were part of the first wave of 12" figures produced.
Piece of the Action Kirk and Spock These two figures are of Captain James T. Kirk and Commander Spock as they appeared in the original Star Trek episode, "A Piece of the Action". In the episode, the crew find a planet that was heavily influenced by a book on Chicago Mobs of the 1920's, so much so that they changed their culture to emulate it. Kirk and Spock dressed up like mobsters to infiltrate the gangs. These figures were only available from New Force Comics.