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EXO-6 Launches High-Quality 1:6 Scale Statues and Figures from Across the Star Trek Universe


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New collectibles company, EXO-6, signed a deal with ViacomCBS Consumer Products to produce statues and one-sixth scale articulated figures from the Star Trek television series’ and movies. 

Previously a developer of one-sixth scale figures for other companies, EXO-6 is now launching as a self-contained development, production, and manufacturing entity. Spearheaded by entrepreneur, Schubert Tam, the company will produce collectible figures from the beloved science fiction franchise, Star Trek.

“Being able to bring these characters, that I’ve loved since childhood, to fans around the world is a dream come true,” said Tam. “I’ve always been fascinated with the hyper-realistic 1:6 figures and I feel this is the best type of collectible to celebrate the characters of Star Trek and the actors that portray them.
 

 

EXO-6 will produce a wide-range of characters from across the Star Trek Universe, with each series of figures planned out in advance.  The first figure that will be on pre-sale soon at www.exo-6.com is Lieutenant Commander Data as seen in the feature film, Star Trek: First Contact.  

“Data is an android striving to become human. He is one of the most popular characters in Star Trek, and no other character better expresses the wonder of discovery that is the heart of Star Trek than this android with a soul. The EXO-6 1:6 scale figure of Data will not only embody the hopefulness of the character, but also bring an element of Brent Spiner’s performance into collector’s homes,” said Tam.

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Ok, fair enough, It seems that they have a great affection for the franchise and everything is well planned, I think that if it was a line of 6 or 7 inch figures we would have a topic richer to talk about

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42 minutes ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

Ok, fair enough, It seems that they have a great affection for the franchise and everything is well planned, I think that if it was a line of 6 or 7 inch figures we would have a topic richer to talk about

You got that right! But look at those pix... what have they done to Commander Data?

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I don't care much for Star Trek, but I do say this looks very good, however I think it's crazy business that Star Trek fan's don't have a 6'' line on the market, you know they'd do really well, and they have such a huge well to dip into of characters , it's beyond me why there still isn't a Black series like line for Star Trek.

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On 1/17/2021 at 4:59 AM, Lord_Scareglow said:

I don't care much for Star Trek, but I do say this looks very good, however I think it's crazy business that Star Trek fan's don't have a 6'' line on the market, you know they'd do really well, and they have such a huge well to dip into of characters , it's beyond me why there still isn't a Black series like line for Star Trek.

Bro, we got 6" toyline, 7" toyline, and even smaller than that, but usually they come out during or after a new Star Trek TV series or movie. Come to think of it, we're still waiting (and hell ya hoping) for Star Trek Discovery action figures to drop. I gotta grab that red angel, 7" preferably. BTW good idea you got there: Star Trek Black Series would be cool. We'll wait and see.

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11 hours ago, Blurr86 said:

Bro, we got 6" toyline, 7" toyline, and even smaller than that, but usually they come out during or after a new Star Trek TV series or movie. Come to think of it, we're still waiting (and hell ya hoping) for Star Trek Discovery action figures to drop. I gotta grab that red angel, 7" preferably. BTW good idea you got there: Star Trek Black Series would be cool. We'll wait and see.

Oh I know there have been tons of Star Trek lines aimed at collectors in the past, but currently and for quite some time it's been pretty barren for any 6'-7' highly articulated trek figures on the market, just saying it's crazy there hasn't been a long standing collector line like black series currently going on for trekkies, it's a sad missed opportunity.

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EXO-6 is proud to present the next 1:6 scale articulated figure from Star Trek™: First Contact – Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

Star Trek: The Next Generation rebooted Star Trek for a new generation, and one of its most enduring contributions was Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Although strict and formal at first, Picard was quickly embraced by the fans and Stewart’s portrayal has become the gold standard for captains in the franchise. The character led the series through seven television seasons and four movies and has returned for his own new series, twenty years later. No other Star Trek captain has had more on-screen adventures than Jean-Luc Picard.

In the feature film First Contact, Picard must face his most fearsome foe, the one that has damaged him to his core – the Borg Collective. With no less than the fate of all humanity at risk he must overcome his fear, shame, and thirst for revenge to save the entire galaxy from becoming Borg.

This 1:6-scale figure re-creates this iconic character in exquisite detail. Standing approximately 12 inches tall, every element, from his 24th century tunic to his custom black boots, is authentically reproduced. The original portrait sculpt of Patrick Stewart has an authentic, hand-painted likeness. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.

The figure includes the following:
-4 Pairs of hands
-Phazer and holster
-Phazer rifle
-Tricorder and holster
-Startfleet vest
-Stand

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10 hours ago, Satam said:

Looks great from some angles and kinda bad from other angles. I think the face might be too fat.

Might be "fat." Personally, I think they aged him JUST a bit too much, and he doesn't look nearly "determined" enough.  Even resting, even SMILING, Patrick Stewart ALWAYS has a stern, resolved look on his face.

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