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New Spock Statue Coming in 2012 from Hollywood Collectibles [Pics]

Spock statue

Some fascinating news for Star Trek collectors! The Hollywood Collectibles Group announced this week the third in its continuing line of Star Trek statues. The latest release, Mr. Spock, stands at 1/6th scale. Made of heavyweight polystone, this hand painted statue features a 12” tall Spock standing next to his console from the U.S.S. Enterprise.

Like the previously announced Captain James T. Kirk and Gorn 1/6th scale statues, the Mr. Spock version is offered in both regular and exclusive editions. 600 regular edition statues will be released for $199 and will be available from online retailers such as Entertainment Earth and Big Bad Toy Store.

The exclusive edition features an expanded science station console and is limited to 150 pieces. The retail price of the exclusive edition is the same at $199, however it is only available directly through Hollywood Collectibles Group.

Both editions are expected to ship during the second quarter of 2012.

For more information and additional photos, visit Hollywood Collectibles Group.

Spock Statue

Spock Statue

Spock Statue

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Maria Jose and John Tenuto are both sociology professors at the College of Lake County in Grayslake, Illinois, specializing in popular culture and subculture studies. The Tenutos have conducted extensive research on Star Trek’s history, and have been invited to present at venues such as Creation Conventions, ReedPOP's official Star Trek 50th Anniversary Convention, the St. Louis Science Center, and to the towns of Riverside, Iowa (future birthplace of Captain James T. Kirk) and Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. They have appeared in episodes of the Netflix TV show "The Toys that Made Us" and in the Decades Network documentary "Through the Decades: Star Wars 40th Anniversary." They’ve written for the official Star Trek Magazine and their research has been featured on BBC Radio, WGN News, CBS News, and in the USA Today and WIRED Magazine.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Gregger

    December 18, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    Wow. Some amazing detail on this statue!

  2. MrJaNath

    August 22, 2019 at 8:31 pm

    He looks extremely pissed off

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