It's a big Eaglemoss day, with their both at New York Comic Con revealing several new models, and many other updates from the Official Starships Collection. Continue below for all the latest:
First up we have our first look at the long awaited Earth Spacedock special, and it looks like a suitably impressive model! Toyark got this shot, along with lots more excellent coverage of Eaglemoss' booth (check out their full gallery).
Also seen for the first time is Discovery's Malachowski class USS Clarke, which evidently has moved up the released schedule somewhat from being a distant will-be-done ship! It was displayed alongside the Cardenas class USS Buran, which we've had one official photo of so far, so we get some new views now, and the fantastically colourful Klingon Qugh class, which we've just seen a glimpse of before too. Images here via Figures.com (who also have a more extensive gallery to check out) and Toyark again.
Also on display at NYCC was Shuttle Set 4, containing Kelvin timeline designs. but Eaglemoss have also just added those to the UK webshop too, so we can check out the official images. The four shuttles included are the Warrant, transport shuttle (which look frustratingly small), passenger shuttle, MedEvac shuttle.
Via their Hero Collector blog, Eaglemoss have also released a bunch of new images of forthcoming regular issues of the series. Here's issue 137, the Xindi Humanoid ship, which is due in November.
Issue 139 is the latest Miranda variant, the most basic version of the class, the USS Lantree.
Then we have the Vaadwaur assault fighter, a pleasingly unique design.
And furthest ahead of the bunch, issue 140 is the Starfleet tug.
But wait, there's more! Eaglemoss have released a new set of images of the XL size USS Reliant on their US webshop:
Accompanying that they've also uploaded a 360 video of the ship:
In fact they've uploaded several new 360 videos, with new versions of the videos for the XL USS Enterprise, XL USS Defiant, and special USS Kobayashi Maru:
For a listing of all the ships in the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection, including links to all my previous previews and reviews, see my index page for the main series, and list for the Discovery series.