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Clearly the best Picard Feb 17, 2003
Like the title states, this version of Capt. Jean-Luc Picard is the best to date. I bought one recently and was amazed. The likeness of actor Patrick Stewart is dead-on. The uniform is well done with the stretchable material around the neck. The material is that of the uniforms in the ENTERPRISE line. Art Asylum did a great job on this figure. It comes with a problem though. Mine didn't have the best uniform paint job, and paint is flaking of off the rubbery sections around the waist. Also his Starfleet communicator pin wasn't completely painted. Overall, Art Asylum is making a great product and the best Picard to date, and I am eager to purchase Lt. Cmdr. Data from this line. I can't wait untill Art Asylum makes a complete line of Next Generation figures. Once the make a Cmdr. Riker figure, I'll be happy.
This is Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Federation Starship Enterprise May 06, 2013
By Aaron Gomoke
Captain Picard arrived today. It looks nice and proper, better than I expected it to be. Figure is about 7 inches tall and comes with a phaser. The box came nice and straight with no signs of damage. Will do business again. Thanks
Nice and realistic Feb 28, 2013
By Umar Adeeb
Pretty good. Although I prefer Picard in starfleet uniform. Its pretty good though. Better than the horrible movie with the same name.
Not As Good As Data, but Still Good Sep 29, 2006
Art Asylum did a pretty good job when they made Nemesis Picard. It is true that it doesn't look 100% like Patrick Stewart, but it is close enough to tell it is him. Once again, not as detailed as Data when it comes to appearance, but he is stil worth having in your collection.
realistic in a bad way Nov 30, 2003
By Shelley Gammon
Truly better than any other action figure of Picard, Art Asylum dropped the ball on this action figure. This is not the quality one has grown to expect from the original bar-raisers in this industry. Yes, his wrists twist, his knees, elbows & ankles bend, his shoulders & hips pivot and his neck turns and bends... but he looks like a cadaver.
Remember the poor mortician job they did on Saddam Hussein's sons for the media? That's what they did w/ Picard... he looks like he died, got embalmed, then put in an upright position for photographs. Does it look like Jean-Luc? Yes! But a dead Jean-Luc! I can't explain it... perhaps it's the fallow look to his cheeks or the way it looks like his shoulders are slumped, but he doesn't have the same look of life as the other Star Trek characters done so artfully by Art Asylum.
Still, it's the best you can get shy of buying Patrick Stewart... and so far, Amazon hasn't been offering the British actor for sale. :-)
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