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Star Trek Select: Kirk Action Figure
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- Includes diorama-style accessory and interchangeable parts
- Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum!
- Kirk comes with a part of Engineering of the U.S.S. Enterprise
- Packaged in display-friendly Select packaging
- 7-inch scale
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A Diamond Select Release! Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum! It's an all-new Star Trek action figure line designed especially for collectors, and the newest offering in this series is Captain James T. Kirk! Kirk comes with a part of Engineering of the U.S.S. Enterprise, and can be displayed in combat with Khan from the classic episode "Space Seed." Packaged in display-friendly Select packaging, each 7-inch scale figure comes with a diorama-style accessory and interchangeable parts for a variety of display options.
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Top Customer Reviews
very fine detail and realism.
I am sure that in near future this Kirk/Khan model masterpiece will
rocket in value......what a lot for so little. :)
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I'm officially sold on the solid legs, btw. These figures are just so much more dynamic and exciting than even the past DST figures I've bought. I compare the energy with these to the TNG and Wrath figures I just got. There's just no comparison. It's like the best of action figures and statues combined. I'm blown away by how much I like this.
If you get Spock and Kirk, they can trade legs and hands for a ton more options. I wish Kirk had a second head like Spock with a more neutral expression. And a hand with a phaser (like Spock) would have been nice too, but that's made up for by a gigantic base and having another figure (Khan) in the mix. Khan has no articulation, but is a great display piece. The only marks I'd take off from this figure is that it might have been nice to have some legs that made it easier to give him a more upright pose. He's very dynamic looking with what you have here, but I've found myself giving him Spock's standing legs a lot. Still, it's hard to complain too much given all you DO get.