Seven of Nine Bust, From Star Trek Voyager

by Jay Cochran
December 24, 2004


Sideshow is proud to announce the next bust in the Star Trek series. This is the only female Star Trek bust in the Sideshow series, and a real fan favorite - Seven of Nine, from Star Trek Voyager.

The former Borg known as Seven of Nine, short for Seven of Nine Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero-One, joined the Voyager crew during the fourth year of their journey. She was designated to help Captain Janeway and Tuvok to destroy an alien species threatening both Voyager and the Borg, Species 8472. To prevent Seven of Nine from aiding the Borg in assimilating the Voyager crew, Janeway ordered Seven of Nine to be severed from the Collective. Seven struggles to adapt to life as a human, alone and individual, without the Collective to instruct her. She is adapting to her human side thanks to the patience and guidance of her fellow crew members, especially with the help of the ship's holographic Doctor. Starfleet records indicate that Seven of Nine was formerly Annika Hansen. Annika's parents were last reported to be leaving a remote outpost in the Omega sector, headed towards the Delta Quadrant in a small vessel The Raven. It is possible that the Hansen family were the first humans to be assimilated by the Borg.





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