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New Star Trek Select Action Figure

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The fourth figure in Diamond Select Toys’ Star Trek Select collection features Worf.

The Star Trek Select The Next Generation Worf Action Figure follows the release of Spock, Kirk, and Picard action figures.

The Worf action figure comes with “extra arms, weapons, and hairstyles, to customize him in a variety of iconic poses.” Worf also “includes a diorama base compatible with the previous Star Trek Select release…and stands approximately seven-inches tall.”

Star Trek Select The Next Generation Worf Action Figure will ship in April of 2015 and can be pre-ordered now at Entertainment Earth, where it will cost $21.99. To pre-order Worf, head to the link located here.

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9 thoughts on “New Star Trek Select Action Figure

  1. Regardless of the ability to change the weapons, the above model is all wrong. Worf, in that uniform, would never have had a Starfleet phaser rifle. These weapons weren’t introduced until DS9 season 4, by which time Worf had left the Enterprise crew after the ship’s destruction in Generations, and was studying some sort of Vulcan-esque enlightenment with a view to leaving Starfleet. Of course he joined the DS9 crew in Way of the Warrior, but was given a red command uniform.

  2. What? That phaser rifle was introduced in TNG’s 4th season episode, “The Mind’s Eye”.

    Unless I’m missing a joke in this body of text (tone is tough to interpret, as we all know)

  3. Yea, it was definitely in the fourth season of TNG. Worf may not have held one on screen aboard the Enterprise while wearing that uniform, but it was available. I do agree about his head though… it’s a little off.

  4. …and his ponytail hair style was not even implemented until 1/2 way thru the 6th season.

  5. What an outrage! Where’s the petition to have this blasphemous toy removed from the internets?!

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