Exo-6’s Q Figure Is Ready To Pass Judgement On The Enterprise Crew

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There are some frontiers humans should not explore. The Q know this, and it is up to the collective to judge the crew of the Enterprise D. Upon his floating throne, clad in peculiar court attire, Q can be Captain Picard’s savior or jailor.

Exo-6‘s latest high-end Star Trek figure is priced at $205.

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In “Encounter at Farpoint,” which introduced the entire TNG crew, Q styled himself as a 21st Century Earth judge during a time in history where anarchy and chaos ruled.  He challenged Picard to prove humanity had moved beyond their barbaric past and were not a threat to the entire galaxy. 

This 1:6-scale figure re-creates this iconic character in exquisite 1:6 detail. Standing approximately 12 inches tall, every element, from his judge’s robes to his chain of office are authentically reproduced. The original portrait sculpt of John de Lancie as Q has an authentic, hand-painted likeness. 

Q, not known for his humble nature, of course, comes with all sorts of lovely features and accessories:

  • Fully Articulated Body: More than 30 points of articulation allow the figure to be displayed in multiple dynamic poses, approximately 32 cm tall.
  • Realistic Portrait: Q’s portrait is lovingly rendered by top artists, with an excellent likeness of John de Lancie. Each head sculpt is specially hand-painted.
  • Judge’s robes: Meticulously researched, this costume represents Q as a judge from 2079, a dark time in Earth’s history.
  • Chain of office: The bejeweled gold necklace Q wears as a symbol of his judge status.
  • Boots: Soft plastic boots sculpted to match the cut and style of the original series footwear.
  • Hands: A total of six interchangeable gloved hands are included.
  • Display Base: A hexagonal display base featuring the grid Q uses to hold the Enterprise in place.
  • Autograph card: An informational LCARS card that can used to get an autograph from the performer and displayed with your figure.

I’m apprehensive about what John de Lancie’s Q will end up being like in the second series of Picard. NuTrek hasn’t been all that faithful to the established characters, timelines, or anything really. At least companies like Exo-6 are keeping the classic things everyone loves about Star Trek alive.

What do you think of this Q figure? Would you prefer Q in a Star Fleet uniform? Or how about Marachi Q? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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