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Diamond Select Toys has announced an exclusive Season One William T. Riker action figure as part of the Star Trek: The Next Generation 25th 20th Anniversary.

Holy crap, has it been 20 years since the debut of The Next Generation? I suddenly feel really really old.

For those wanting to get their mitts on the figure head over to Suncoast and F.Y.E. Although with the recent troubles Suncoast has had, you better get there in the next 30 days before the company declares bankruptcy.

via Diamond Select Toys

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4 Comments

  1. Brent F.
    September 6, 2007 at 12:57 pm — Reply

    I’ll never understand why Star Trek action figures are so popular. They’re most non-action action figures ever.

    Behold the Riker figure and his amazing sitting down action!

  2. Sean M.
    September 6, 2007 at 1:20 pm — Reply

    why would they be celebrating the 25th anniversary of TNG? The show debuted in 1987, which unless my math is wrong or I woke up way way way later today than I thought I did, would make this year the 20th anniversary…..

  3. Roy
    September 6, 2007 at 1:25 pm — Reply

    ST:TNG premiered on September 28, 1987. “Encounter at Farpoint” – a 2 hour episode. Amazing how great Wikipedia can be sometimes.

    I feel filty just from looking at a Star Trek wiki page. I’m going to go bathe in shit now.

  4. September 6, 2007 at 1:26 pm — Reply

    Sean: that’s what I thought too… Then I double checked Diamond’s website. They have the logo right, but the wording wrong… fixed in the article.

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