Like Star Trek The Motion Picture‘s Admiral Kirk figure, Kolinahr Spock sold out almost immediately. The 1/6th scale figure based on Spock’s initial appearance in the first Star Trek film was destined to go quickly, not just because of the character’s popularity but also due to the quality of EXO-6’s Museum Quality figures.
Had the figure still been available, he would have cost $175, plus a flat shipping fee of $25. Spock lacks accessories, like Admiral Kirk’s figure did. This version of Spock is 12″ tall and is dressed in his heavy Vulcan robes. No phasers, tricorders, multiple hands, or anything like that. This is a bare-bones representation of Leonard Nimoy’s first stint back as the fan-favorite Vulcan after a decade-long absence.
Instead, EXO-6 includes an Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations badge from Fansets. There’s no denying that real Star Trek fans still love merchandise based on the pre-J. J. Abrams era of the franchise. I can’t wait to see the Ilia figure. You know she’s coming next. But don’t expect Willard Decker to make the cut, considering Stephen Collins’s inappropriate contact with multiple minors. Ugh. In Decker’s place, we should get another Spock, this time in his spacewalk suit.
Spock features the likeness of the late great Leonard Nimoy, and he comes with the following features and accessories:
- Fully Articulated Body: More than 30 points of articulation allow the figure to be displayed in multiple dynamic poses, approximately 31 cm tall.
- Vulcan robes: This layered black cloak has Vulcan runes down the front matching the look from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. He wears black pants and boots to complete the outfit.
- Boots: Plastic boots sculpted to match the cut and style of the original movie footwear.
- Display Base: A hexagonal display base will provide additional support for the figure.
If you’re looking for other Star Trek figures from EXO-6, click here. Other characters from TNG, DS9, Voyager and other series are still available.[Source: EXO-6]