These three, along with the type 10, will be making their way to people who opted into the premium subscription model in the mostly recently launched European markets for The Collection. They are due to be released in other parts of the world too, but by as-yet undetermined means. You can see lots more picture of the Galileo in a previous report.
Meanwhile the mothership is incoming; it's just over a month until issue fifty, the original USS Enterprise makes it's debut in the UK. Eaglemoss' Hero Collector website has released several new images, giving us a closer look at the model. Continue below for more of the Enterprise, and news of other ships coming up in the series.
Ben Robinson also posted a new rendering of the Cousteau, the Enterprise-E's captain's yacht Insurrection. Apparently the CGI files from Insurrection have not resurfaced, so Eaglemoss have commissioned new models by Fabio Passaro. With a rendering done, I guess that means the yacht is on the way, but what about the other ships form the film? When asked about Son'a Ben had this to say:
Starfleet vessels first. Concentrating on those up to issue 90
And there was a similar reply to requests for the Soyuz class, ships from Wolf 359, and the Curry class; look for them beyond issue ninety. So we better hope the series gets another expansion, as there are many great designs still to find a slot!
Meanwhile one ship that does look likely to get a spot is the Orion vessel that replaced the blob of light in Journey to Babel when the episode got remastered. Ben has all the TOS remastered ships available to him now, and while he's not expecting to do models of them all, he has identified this as a favourite.
For a listing of all the ships in the Starships Collection, including links to all my previous previews and reviews, see my index page.