Hey, this is one of mine! I did some consulting on the Lieutenant Worf bobble head, which is one of the reasons you've got what essentially amounts to a season 3/4 crew with a build-a-bridge diorama. If you buy one, you get a solid resin bobble head. If you buy all eight, you can make a little diorama thing.
Worf is tall and thanks to his base, pretty heavy. Starfleet's first Klingon stands about 7 1/2-inches tall and stands at his tactical station, which is represented with a sticker showing off various details and things. The base has the carpeting painted so there's really not much for you to do other than pop open the box and stand him on your desk - as opening toys go, the lack of tape or other fasteners made it pretty easy to get out. I like that. Oh, and I'm as biased as all heck.
Once out of the box, his head bobbles. That's about it. The sculpt is pretty good, the commbadge is over to the side a bit much and the baldrick looks a little less like a series of woven bike chains. That's a plus. His hands don't quite touch the console so the sticker can fit under there, but the head sculpt is quite nice. It makes the body look even smaller - it's a big head! - but the detailing is good. You get the "Donna Reed" hairdo of the earlier episodes, a determined facial expression, and hands that look ready to punch in some data or analyze some space Skyping or whatever it is he'll be doing this week.
It's surprising when handed a project what has and hasn't been done yet. How The Next Generation remained a beloved part of 1980s and 1990s popular culture and didn't get a full suite of bobble heads until 2014 is beyond me, but he's here now, and you can have one if you want. There's a lot of Worf stuff to be had and this one doesn't look particularly angry or fighty. It's just Worf, standing around, doing his job, which is - if you ask me - the way things should be. (Heck, someone did, and here you go.) Get a Worf! Support my continued relevance. Heck, get the whole set, especially if there's a sale.
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