Thursday, 19 June 2014

Starships Collection's Jem'Hadar, Nausicaan, and more

Due out in September and October (in the UK, with the rest of the world to follow) are the twenty-ninth and thirtieth issues of The Official Starships Collection, the Jem'Hadar bug, and Nausicaan fighter. Entertainment Earth now have listings up for these, giving us the first looks at the models:


There have also been several previews recently for more imminent ships, continue after the jump for a look at those:

Already out in the UK is issue twenty-two, the Krenim Temporal Weapon, a surprisingly wonderful model with pretty nice accompanying magazine. The Collection's Facebook page released this high quality picture of the model:


While StarTrek.com published some further behind the scenes info that didn't make it to Eaglemoss in time for publication. These are concepts for the ship from Rick Sternbach:


StarTrek.com also released another image of the model, along with the Nebula class from issue thirty-two:


For a listing of all the ships in the Starships Collection, including links to all my previous previews and reviews, see my index page.

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2 comments:

Luke Biesinger said...

Those look pretty sweet. I am not a big collector but just got about 2,000 star trek toys from someone. I am wondering if I have any treasures. I am starting to post them on eBay 6/16/14. If you or anyone could throw me a bone on any special items I might have that would be awesome. I don't have them sorted very well but you can see them on my ebay store eauctionassistant or eauctionassistant.com.

Thank you.

Luke Biesinger said...

Those look pretty sweet. I am not a big collector but just got about 2,000 star trek toys from someone. I am wondering if I have any treasures. I am starting to post them on eBay 6/16/14. If you or anyone could throw me a bone on any special items I might have that would be awesome. I don't have them sorted very well but you can see them on my ebay store eauctionassistant or eauctionassistant.com.

Thank you.