It measures approximately 3.5 inches long, and can be seen attached to a cylindrical object as one of the three finger-like device protrusions toward the end of the cybernetic arm. One of the pictures above shows the original concept art, with "mecha fingers" looking more like real fingers than the components used in the final design. Another shows Locutus appearing in the official Doctor Who / Star Trek crossover comic Assimilation² ; Picard as Locutus would go on to be seen in flashback later in TNG, in DS9, in First Contact (with new footage also shot), and in Picard, as well as in other media like comics. The last two pictures above are of the original Locutus of Borg face, head, and neck appliances on display at the science fiction & pop culture museum in Seattle, and of a recent Locutus display figure which, even at 1/6 scale, reproduces this component. They are provided for reference only, since a great display idea would be to exhibit this screen-used arm component alongside one of the Locutus head casts available, and/or with a scaled figure of Picard as Locutus.No other items or pictures are included in this sale; you will receive only the screen-used Picard as Locutus arm component, and the original COA. Picard's Locutus of Borg arm was no different, having components re-used elsewhere as needed. In the world of Star Trek, Jean-Luc Picard's time as Locutus remained the most formative experience of his adult life. We see in the TNG follow-up series Picard that even decades later his thinking and feelings are still motivated by his time trapped within and controlled by The Collective, and that others who were at the devastating Battle of Wolf-359 where Locutus spoke for the Borg, still see him through that lens. In the TNG episode "Drumhead, " Admiral Norah Satie asks him: Tell me, Captain-have you completely recovered from your experience with the Borg? It must have been awful for you, actually becoming one of them; being forced to use your vast knowledge of Starfleet operations to aid the Borg. And a loss of life, I believe, measured at nearly 11,000.
One wonders how you can sleep at night, having caused so much destruction... I will also be listing a Patrick Stewart jumpsuit from his film Safe House, a DeForest Kelley surgical gown screen-worn in Star trek IV: The Voyage Home, and various non- Star Trek prop & wardrobe items in the near future.