This Captain Picard Statue Comes With Tea, Earl Grey, Hot

Jean-Luc Picard wants to engage in a transaction with your credit card. The Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D is here in his classic Star Fleet uniform and stands at nearly 26″ tall. DarkSide Collectibles Studio has made a highly detailed and stunningly realistic scaled replica of Sir Patrick Stewart’s most iconic character.
Of course, something of this scale and craftsmanship comes at a price. Picard is listed at $1,499 on Sideshow. In addition, the statue comes with multiple arms. That’s right; you can make this Picard your favorite Picard. Earl Grey Picard? Check. Make it so Picard? Check? Phase rifle-toting Picard? Check. Flute Picard? Nope. No flute.
The Captain of the iconic starship will slide into your homes sometime between October and December 2022.


With a stunning hyper-realistic likeness of Sir Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard the statue is sculpted in a magnificent 1/3 scale featuring Three alternative poses, measures 65.5 cm (25.79 inches), and is presented in authentically detailed sculpted captain’s costume. The first pose captures the iconic make it so, engage command. The second pose captures the love of Picard for “Tea, Earl Grey, Hot”. The third pose captures the fighting spirit of the captain holding his phaser rifle.

Why no unitard Picard from the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation? Sorry, but I really liked how ’80s the first year of T.N.G. was. It was silly but tried so hard to be far more serious than Kirk’s five-year journey.
Can … can we get a seductive nightware Tasha Yar? Not for myself, mind you. No, no. This is for a friend. He’s a big Denise Crosby. Yeah! That’s the ticket. She didn’t have nearly as many action figures and collectibles as other TNG characters. So it would be only fair, right?
Don’t you judge me.
[Source: Sideshow]

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