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Nine Inch Action Figures

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"Amok Time" Kirk and Spock

 

These are the most famous Star Trek characters, Kirk and Spock, from the Original Series episode, "Amok Time". The coolest feature on the Kirk figure is the slash in his uniform and the blood that is oozing out, all because Spock attacked him. The lame thing is that Spock is similar to an earlier figure with just a purple scarf.

Deanna Troi and Guinan

 

These are the Next Generation characters, Deanna Troi and Guinan. These two figures were some of the earliest nine inch figures and came out in 1995. Deanna Troi doesn't really look like the character if you look really close, but the Guinan figure does bear a striking resemblance to the actress who played her, Whoopi Goldberg.

Jem'Hadar and Seven of Nine

 

This is a Jem'Hadar Soldier and Seven of Nine. The Jem'Hadar is one of the best nine inch figures because it is highly detailed and represents one of the best villains ever created on Star Trek. Seven of Nine was the last cast regular added to Star Trek: Voyager and this nine inch figure is very basic and the only reason I got it was because it was her.

Sherlock Holmes Data and Watson Geordi This pair of figures are Data as Sherlock Holmes and Geordi LaForge as Watson and were the last set of nine inch figures produced and were available only at Target. These were cool because they were dressed in the outfits they have worn in numerous episodes when they went onto the Holodeck to solve a Holmes mystery.
EMH and Bele These two figures are of Voyager's Emergency Medical Hologram and Bele the Cheron from the Original Series. The EMH is one of the best characters on Voyager and Bele was one of the weirdest aliens from the original show in that there was a war between his race and those with black on the other side of their faces.
Gul Dukat and Talosian These are Gul Dukat from Deep Space Nine and the Talosian from the original pilot, "The Cage." Gul Dukat is cool because the character became an integral part of the series and the figure is a very good likeness of him. The Talosian was just weird so it is really interesting.

Jadzia Dax and Tom Paris

These are Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax from Deep Space Nine's "Trials and Tribble-ations" and Tom Paris from Voyager. The Dax figure is from the DS9 episode that celebrated the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek, while Tom Paris is the cool guy on Voyager.

Romulan Commander and Lt. Worf These two figures are of a Romulan Commander and Lt. Worf in Ritual Klingon Attire. The Romulan is from their appearances on TNG and Worf is in the Klingon outfit he has worn at various times throughout the series.
Scotty and Uhura These are Lt. Commander Montgomery "Scotty" Scott and Lt. Uhura. They are shown as they appeared in the original Star Trek series. Scotty is the Chief Engineer and Uhura is the Communications officer aboard the Enterprise.