“Star Trek: The Next Generation” ReAction figures will be launching this spring.

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January 29, 2021

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Super7 has announced that “Star Trek: The Next Generation” ReAction figures will be launching this spring.

The first wave of 3.75” articulated ReAction figures will include Captain Picard, Worf, Data, Wesley Crusher, Guinan and a Borg drone. A second wave of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” ReAction is scheduled to follow in fall 2021.

“Star Trek: The Next Generation was a breath of fresh air, not just on television, but to my relationship with Star Trek. Suddenly, I cared a lot,” says Brian Flynn, founder and owner, Super7. “From Picard, to Riker with and without beard, Data and Lore, reverse aging Guinan, Q’s infernal meddling and being way too captivated by any Borg storyline that ran through the series and beyond, I finally came to really understand the world of Star Trek in ways I did not when I was younger, and I can’t wait to celebrate that history with the toys that Super7 will be making.”

In other Super7 news, they have also collaborated with Toho International to bring Godzilla into its world of ReAction figures.

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