EXO-6 Reveals ‘Star Trek: First Contact’ 1:6 Scale Captain Picard Figure

In January the new Star Trek-focused collectibles company EXO-6 revealed the first in their line of one-sixth scale figures, starting with Data from Star Trek: First Contact. They have now revealed their First Contact Captain Picard.

The line must be drawn with this figure

Star Trek: First Contact tested the resolve of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and EXO-6 has been studying the film carefully to capture Sir Patrick Stewart’s performance as a fully articulated figure. The result is the 12-inch tall 1:6 figure recreating Picard in exquisite detail. EXO-6 promises every element has been authentically reproduced, “from his 24th-century tunic to his custom black boots.”

The Picard figure features an original portrait sculpt of Sir Patrick Stewart with an authentic, hand-painted likeness. According to EXO-6 Picard’s stern expression “shows his resolve in taking on the Borg no matter what the cost.” The sculpt was “lovingly rendered by a top artist.”

The EXO-6 1:6 figure has a fully articulated body with more than 30 points of articulation. This allows the figure to be displayed in multiple dynamic poses.

EXO-6 did meticulous research when developing the figure, including the Starfleet Duty Uniform which matches the pattern and color of the original costume recreated in 1:6 scale. The figure comes with the captain’s jacket, captain’s vest, and duty trousers – all exactingly matched to the original costume. Magnets are sewn into the pants so the holsters for the tricorder and phaser can be attached. An authentically scaled communicator badge is permanently affixed to the jacket and the vest. The soft plastic boots sculpted to match the cut and style of the original movie footwear.

The figure comes with a number of accessories:

  • Type II hand phaser. The phaser can be worn in a black holster that magnetically attaches to his pants.
  • TR-590 Tricorder X: This standard tricorder can be opened or worn in a holster.
  • Phaser rifle: Type 3B Phaser rifle used by the Enterprise crew to battle the invading Borg.

There is also a hexagonal display base featuring the transporter pad which provides additional support for the figure.

EXO-6 was launched by the same team behind the highly-regarded 1:6 figures made by QMx. The company has the sole focus of making premium quality Star Trek collectibles. The Captain Picard and Lt. Cmdr. Data First Contact figures are just the first in their collection. EXO-6’s license with ViacomCBS covers the entire Star Trek franchise of film and television and they are planning on rolling out a variety of releases in 2021 and beyond.

Picard figure arrives in October, Data in June

The Picard First Contact figure arrives in October and is priced at $189.99. You can pre-order it at Entertainment Earth.

The First Contact Data figure is set to be released in June. You can pre-order it for $189.99 from Entertainment Earth.


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1:6? Is he fully functional? (Sorry, I couldn’t resist)

The First Contact uniforms are still the coolest ever… even on an action figure.

Yes, I’ve been rewatching DS9. The seasons post-First Contact just look so sleek and awesome because of those uniforms.

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Yes still my favorite uniforms in Star Trek too. Was thrilled to see Riker and Troi wearing them on the Titan in LDS even if its animated.

Agree! My favourite uniforms too. Still remember seeing the first FC promo shot of Data and Picard with phaser rifles in the Enterprise-E corridor with the new uniforms 😎 I was instantly in love with them. Great times

Incredible work!

Great figure! However, I have a hard time calling an item an “action figure” if it wears cloth clothes. Wouldn’t this be more like a posable doll?

Anyway, looks pretty cool.

Tell that to legions to boys who collected the early GI Joe action figures in the 1950s-1970s.

Good point. GI Joe is the original action figure and they had cloth clothes

I want to share something I learned recently from a Youtube channel called Spector Creative. The channel is run by a guy who has had a career working in toys (Mattel being one company he worked for) and the thing which differentiates action figure and doll has to do with the intended play style of the toy.

Dolls are intended to be used in a “nurture” play type while action figures are meant to be played in an “adventure” type play type. Soft goods on a figure tend to be more common with dolls but that’s apparently not how the toy industry determines the type of toy it is.

That said, based on other stuff from that channel, this isn’t an action figure but more a high end collectors figure and not really either a doll or an action figure as the intended “play type” is “On a shelf to be looked at.”

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Yeah, I’m going to drop the money on this. Picard is my favorite character, and the First Contact uniforms are my absolute favorite. The uniform looks stunning on this figure.I only wish it came with the captain’s chair!

Don’t be sad, Picard.

YOU IDIOTS! You captured his stunt double!

Seriously, that’s just not Picard’s face.
It’s close-yet-wrong enough to be incredibly disturbing to me.

Doesn’t look anything like Patrick Stewart.

Weird. I think the resemblance is pretty good. *shrug*

Looks like a man with his dentures out.

FC getting the posh action figure treatment as its the ‘Wrath’ of the TNG films.. That being said i wouldn’t be shocked to see future figures for Generations Kirk or Soran or even Shinzon