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The Star Trek Collections
This incredible collection of STAR TREK models includes all the most significant ships from the five STAR TREK television series and all the movies. Every ship has been recreated in die-cast & high quality ABS materials, then hand painted with an incredible level of detail.
Star Trek returns 50 years after first premiering with Star Trek: Discovery, the new series from CBS featuring new characters, new missions, but most importantly: new starships! Eaglemoss is proud to present Star Trek: Discovery Starships.
Your favorite ships are back this time twice as large and in stunning detail. Choose from the Greatest Ships in the Galaxy sculpted, die-cast and painted using references from CBS Studios' own archives of designs, and physical and CG models.
For the first time ever 50 years of STAR TREK comics have been brought together in a single series. This extraordinary new collection contains all the key moments of STAR TREK comic history.
Exclusive footage showcasing the Star Trek The Official Starships Collection
For the first time ever, a new hardback Graphic Novel Collection celebrating the 50 years of STAR TREK in a single series
Tested at 2017's New York Comic Con meets with Ben Robinson, longtime writer and editor of Star Trek publications.
Some of the most popular Star Trek ships shown in 3D
As revealed at the weekend's Destination Star Trek, here are the next four bonus models in Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection. Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection bonus ship 20 is the S.S. Connestoga as seen in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode 'Terra Nova'. The S.S. Conestoga was a mid-21st century Earth colony ship in service with the Space Agency. Launched in 2069, six years after Zefram Cochrane's warp flight, the transport's mission was the colonization of Terra Nova, a nearby class M planet. Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection bonus ship 21 is a Klingon D4 concept, as originally planned to appear in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode 'Unexpected'.
Rich Handley, editor of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection, leads us through the publishing history of the sci-fi franchise. This week's column looks at DC's continuing Next Generation tales. Comic-book writers often bring back characters from the Star Trek television shows and films. In some cases, it's to be expected—no one is overly surprised when writers revisit Koloth, Q, the Borg, Gul Dukat, or the crews' mirror-universe counterparts. They're extremely popular, so it's natural that writers would relish utilizing them. But other times, a character's return is unexpected, and it can be a delight to open up the latest issue to find that it features someone you'd never thought you'd see again.
Star Trek: The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Illustrated Handbook is in book stores today, and here's an exclusive look inside this lavishly illustrated hardback. This 160-page deluxe handbook includes everything you need to know about Captain Kirk's starship from the original TV series and the first six Star Trek movies. This volume, featuring the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 and the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A, is a detailed, illustrative account of the TV starship from the original 1966-1969 series, and the movie starship from STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE (1979), STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN (1982), STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK (1984), STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME (1986), STAR TREK V: THE FINAL FRONTIER (1989),...
Onwards to one hundred! Here's what you can look forward to in the next five volumes of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection. Jean-Luc Picard comes face to face with an old foe from his years aboard the USS Stargazer. Before commanding the USS Enterprise, Picard had captained another vessel, the Stargazer. On one mission, he’d defeated a Chalnoth warrior in a trial by combat. Now, decades later, Picard must confront that same adversary once more. Deanna Troi, Geordi La Forge, and Picard’s friend Jack Crusher take the spotlight as writer Michael Jan Friedman continues to chart new adventures for the Enterprise crew. The Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection Volume 97 features The Deceivers.
Star Trek: Picard is less than one month away, and here's a new teaser to ramp up the anticipation. This new trailer for the new CBS series (already picked up for a second season) includes a lot of new footage, including Jean-Luc in Ten Forward, nightmare glimpses of a Borg drone and Data, Seven of Nine, John Ales's mystery character telling Picard to “find the truth”, a Borg Cube, classic Romulan Bird of Prey, and the former admiral chuckling at Will Riker's (Jonathan Frakes) question "What have you gotten yourself into, Jean-Luc?"
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