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Star Trek Starships XL Series - #16 Romulan Warbird w/Magazine

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Part Number:153204
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The Romulan Warbird is a D'Deridex-class starship class that made up the bulk of the Romulan Fleet in the 24th century.

The Romulan Warbird was a primary battle cruiser of the Romulan Star Empire during the latter half of the 24th century. It first appeared in the episode of The Next Generation "The Neutral Zone" signalling the end of Romulan isolation. The Romulan Warbird was one of the most critical things Andrew Probert designed during TNG’ s first season, where he gave STAR TREK an entirely new look. 

This XL Edition of the Romulan Warbird has been painstakingly recreated in die-cast with extraordinary attention to detail capturing the cruiser's horizontally split "shell" hull design with a long "neck" and "tail". The split wings are connected by the warp nacelles at either side, in a beautiful emerald green color.

The Romulan Warbird Starship comes with a special collectors magazine that provides an in-depth profile of the ship, with detailed annotations, and a breakdown of the technology onboard, its crew and weapons. Exclusive behind the scenes articles reveal how the ship was designed, complete with original design sketches.

'It's only logical' that you purchase it!

Product: Officially Licensed Model
Collection: Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection
Material: Hand-Painted Die-Cast Metal and ABS Plastic
Length: Approx. 8.5 inches
Wingspan: Approx. 5.5 inches
Weight: Approx. 220 g
Packaging: Boxed With Protective Blistering

5 Stars
Great model
This is such a great model with some lovely heft and full of details. It inspires those moments of watching Romulan ships appear on TNG. I didn’t think I was going to be taken by the XL models but this model is a wonder. The heft, the volume, makes it a fun villain ship fitting a nice spot in a collection. It’s got some beautiful painting details to make it look a bit weathered which is just great. The magazine... well, don’t hold your breath for Romulan content in it. ;)
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Toronto. on 4/8/2021

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