EXO-6 have revealed new details on their next Star Trek 1/6th scale figure – Mirror Universe Mr. Spock. This is their first museum quality figure from The Original Series.  The figure will stand around 12 inches tall and have 30 points of articulation, a Leonard Nimoy head sculpt sporting the evil goatee, a Terran Empire Uniform with magnets for attachment points, and multiple hands.  He’s retailing for XXX and is due to ship in XXX.  Read on for full pics and info!

In celebration of the 55th Anniversary of Star Trek™, EXO-6 is releasing their first 1:6 scale museum quality figure from The Original Series!

In the Star Trek: The Original Series “Mirror, Mirror” episode some members of the Enterprise crew are transported to a parallel dimension where the benevolent Federation never existed and instead the morally corrupt Terran Empire reigns.  Star Trek has revisited this universe in various shows, with some of the most popular characters coming from this world.

Now EXO-6 brings you a very different Mr. Spock with the introduction of the Mirror Universe version of everyone’s favorite Vulcan. The Spock of this world may be self-serving and corrupt, but he helps Kirk and his comrades return to their rightful universe for his own benefit.

Leonard Nimoy sported a beard for this portrayal of Mirror Universe Spock and EXO-6 has recreated this look in detail for this 1:6 scale museum quality action figure. Standing 12 inches tall, every element, from his 23rd century uniform to his Terran awards are authentically reproduced. The original portrait sculpt of Nimoy as Mirror Spock has an authentic, hand-painted likeness.

The EXO-6 Mirror Universe Spock 1:6 Scale Articulated Figure includes:

Equipment

Mirror Spock is well equipped for terrorizing enemies of the Empire. He comes equipped with:

This fine collectible figure is just the first of EXO-6’s entry into the Mirror Universe and a great addition to your EXO-6 Star Trek™ 1:6-scale figure collection.

Height:

12 in / 31 cm

Materials:

ABS, PVC, natural and synthetic fabrics.

Prototype shown, actual product may vary.

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