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Star Trek the Next Generation - Nemesis Movie - Viceroy Action Figure

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Star Trek the Next Generation - Nemesis Movie - Viceroy Action Figure + Star Trek Nemesis Art Asylum Action Figure Shinzon [With Reman Dagger] + Star Trek Lieutenant Commander Data with Starfleet Tricorder
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Star Trek the Next Generation - Nemesis Movie - Viceroy Action Figure

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000068CSS
  • Item model number: 85606
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #237,062 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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By WhataSlacker.com on February 29, 2004
With the scanning technology these figures actually turned out better than the film. Ron Perlman can be proud of his figure. Articulation is good and the large rubbery cloak & staff help the figure stand up [which is needed when it comes to AA figures].
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SilverFox on December 19, 2002
But that's okay. The figure pictured above is actually the main "villain" from the movie, named Shinzon.
After being blown away by the movie, I had had a passing thought of collecting the action figures, but I never really said "I'm going to do it" because from my experience, movie action figures never really look much like the actors they're supposed to portray.
However, as I was doing Christmas shopping for my older sister who is an avid Star Trek fan, I came across the Shinzon figure and what immediately grabbed me was the how closely the action figure resembled the actor! As a result, I ended up buying Jean-Luc Picard for my sister and Shinzon for myself.
Here's my yays! :
1) They DO look like the actors - very much so!
2) Their bodies are jointed so you can pose them quite a bit
3) They are sturdy-made
And nays! :
1) The paint job for the most part is really meticulous and detailed, however, the manufacturer could have been a little more careful with the hands...
2) The figures are sturdy, but I'd still be careful of the hands
And if you let your imagination fly, this toy can be quite educational! ^_^
Overall, 5 stars all around!
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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SilverFox on December 19, 2002
But that's okay. The figure pictured above is actually the main "villain" from the movie, named Shinzon.
After being blown away by the movie, I had had a passing thought of collecting the action figures, but I never really said "I'm going to do it" because from my experience, movie action figures never really look much like the actors they're supposed to portray.
However, as I was doing Christmas shopping for my older sister who is an avid Star Trek fan, I came across the Shinzon figure and what immediately grabbed me was the how closely the action figure resembled the actor! As a result, I ended up buying Jean-Luc Picard for my sister and Shinzon for myself.
Here's my yays! :
1) They DO look like the actors - very much so!
2) Their bodies are jointed so you can pose them quite a bit
3) They are sturdy-made
And nays! :
1) The paint job for the most part is really meticulous and detailed, however, the manufacturer could have been a little more careful with the hands...
2) The figures are sturdy, but I'd still be careful of the hands
And if you let your imagination fly, this toy can be quite educational! ^_^
Overall, 5 stars all around!
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1 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bill Hillendale on January 12, 2005
I dont know how the little freak did it, but my son got about 3/4 of this whole freaking action figure in his mouth, and choked on the stupid thing. i burned everything star trek in my house, and then broke into every house on my street and did the same to their stuff. dont buy this if you have moron children
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