Star Trek: Voyager Captain Kathryn Janeway 1:6 Scale Action Figure:
- "Abandon Ship? The answer's ‘no.' I'm not breaking up the family."
- Captain Kathryn Janeway, the first female captain in a Star Trek series!
- As seen in the later seasons of Star Trek: Voyager.
- Features 30 points of articulation and authentic details and likeness.
- Includes two phasers, a tricorder, holsters, and a coffee cup!
As seen in the later seasons of Star Trek: Voyager,
Captain Janeway is depicted with her traditional shoulder-length hair, and she has a bit of the sassiness that actress Kate Mulgrew brought to the character. Standing about 11-inches tall, every element, from her 24th century jumpsuit to her custom black boots, is authentically reproduced. The original portrait sculpt of Mulgrew has an authentic, hand-painted likeness. With more than 30 points of articulation, this figure can be displayed in multiple dynamic poses. The Star Trek: Voyager Captain Kathryn Janeway 1:6 Scale Action Figure comes with a Type II hand phaser, a TR-590 tricorder X, a phaser rifle, and a coffee cup.
Captain Janeway's Starfleet duty uniform jumpsuit was meticulously researched, matching the pattern and color of the original costume, even down to the boots. Magnets are sewn into the uniform so the holsters for the tricorder and phaser can be attached, and an authentically scaled communicator badge is permanently affixed to the tunic. A hexagonal display base featuring the transporter pad provides additional support for the figure and comes with two different inserts for the floor - choose the transporter pad or the center of the transporter array. This amazing figure is made of PVC/ABS, as well as natural and synthetic fabrics.
The first female captain to headline a Star Trek
series, Kathryn Janeway shepherded the U.S.S. Voyager
through the Borg-infested Delta Quadrant and safely returned her crew home after seven successful seasons. Janeway would not hesitate to defy Starfleet protocol and lead away missions herself, even into a Borg cube where she'd make sure she's the last one out. She led her crew as a wise single parent, even guiding the holographic Doctor and the former Borg, Seven of Nine, into growing and learning what it meant to be human. Kate Mulgrew's portrayal of the brave and resourceful, yet warm and vulnerable, captain endeared her to the millions of fans that cite Voyager
as their favorite Star Trek