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Saturday, 25 May 2019

Review: Star Trek Select Borg action figure

Diamond Select Toys have just released the latest character in their Star Trek Select range of action figures; a Borg drone. Being a generic alien rather than a specific major character, this is a bit of a change for the range. The format is also a little different, a fully articulated figure, rather than the more sculptural style featured in most of the previous releases, and a lot of modular components instead of the scene setting props that most of the other characters in the range have come with. Does this new approach make for an appealing action figure? Continue below to find out...


Friday, 24 May 2019

IDW's Star Trek comics for August

IDW have announced their solicitations for August, which include two new Star Trek comics; continue below for all the details of those, and other Star Trek comics updates.

Aftermath #1
Written by Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson, with art by Tony Shasteen.
You saw the stunning conclusion of the second season of Star Trek: Discovery—now witness the Aftermath! After discovering Michael Burnham’s personal log, Spock begins to unravel the story of Burnham’s journey from orphan to Starfleet officer—and the secret history of the Red Angel as well. But as he confronts the secrets of Burnham’s past, he’ll also have to grapple with his own. An amazing new Star Trek: Discovery miniseries begins here!
An exciting sounding return to Discovery from IDW here, with the first of a three part series. This book is offered in three covers, with the A cover (pictured) from Angel Hernandez. There will also be two retail incentive covers, one by George Caltsoudas, and the other a photo cover.


Thursday, 23 May 2019

First Star Trek: Picard trailer and artwork

CBS have released the first teaser trailer for Picard, and it gives me tingles of anticipation:



UPDATE: CBS in their infinitely irritating wisdom have belated geoblocked the original upload, so I've embedded the more accessible one from Canada's Space above instead! You can watch the US version here.

The rescue armada of fifteen years ago surely has to be the Romulan survivors of the Hobus supernova right? But what awful thing happened next? This certainly gives us something to speculate wildly about for a few months!

CBS have also released new artwork, a cute wineyard version of the Starfleet delta. Here's the artwork and assorted international variants:

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

The Q Conflict #4 preview

Out this week is the fourth issue of The Q Conflict, IDW's big multi-series crossover events. With the series passing the halfway point the conflict is on the rise, with the introduction of the Prophets this issue upping the ante!

The series is written by Scott and David Tipton, with David Messina pencilling, and Elisabetta D’Amico on inks. Once more Messina also provides diptych A and B covers (this time coloured by Alessandra Alexakis), this time featuring the interior of the wormhole (which works nice when connected, but is quite abstract with only one half). George Caltsoudas's series of retail incentive covers continues with a particularly striking image centered on a Vulcan goddess!

Continue below to check out all the covers, and a five page preview.


Wednesday, 15 May 2019

New Picard series is called... Star Trek: Picard

In the twistiest of twisty twists, CBS have revealed the new Jean-Luc Picard series will be titled, Star Trek: Picard - Which feels, just right.

The news was announced at the CBS upfront presentation for advertisers in New York City, along with a title card, and a short clip. Continue below for more details.

Here's an animated version of the title. I find it curious they are using the TOS font (rather than drawing on the TNG TV or movie styles) for the Star Trek part; I wonder if that will continue across all the new series to give some sort of brand consistency.



New Star Trek Pride clothing

The Star Trek Shop has launched a new collection of Star Trek themed Pride clothing, combining the LGBT rainbow flag with various Star Trek icons and slogans, sometimes with great effect. Continue below to check them out:

The most effective of the bunch is I think the "Boldly Go" T-shirt, adding a new layer of meaning to the classic Trek catchphrase:


Tuesday, 14 May 2019

USS Enterprise-A found in yard sale

A giant model of the USS Enterprise-A turned up at a yard sale in Toronto, Canada this week! It was spotted by several social media users who captured some slightly surreal images of the stranded starship among trees on a lawn.


The ship, which was apparently previously displayed in a local cinema, was briskly purchased by one of those local passers-by, Bill Doern, who whisked it away to spacedock for repairs (in a trailer).

Bill has set up a Facebook page so you can follow his work on the model and see where it ends up. Continue after the jump for a few more images of this delightful find:

Sunday, 12 May 2019

Borg Cubes now come as lunch boxes, and much more

Borg Cubes have been turned into all manner of products before, and the latest incarnation of the terrifying giant ship is... a lunch box! Coming soon from The Coop, this 20cm cubed lunch tote will send a shiver down your spine, by insulating your lunch! Big Bad Toy Store currently have it on pre-order for expected arrival this month. Continue below to check out more images, of this and other recent Borg Cube homewares inspired homewares:


Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Mego's new variant wave includes glow-in-the-dark Gorn!

Mego's next wave of retro action figures include three Star Trek characters. Alas they are all variants of previously released figures, but they're at least having some fun, particularly with the new version of the Gorn figure which now features glow in the dark teeth, eyes, and spines! Check it out:


The other variants in this range are, Kirk and Spock, each coming with a gaggle of tribbles as new accessories. Images come via distributor License 2 Play, and the set of three characters is available to pre-order from Entertainment Earth, who are currently anticipating a July release.

Continue below to check out more images, and something even more fun:

Sunday, 5 May 2019

Star Trek Cats now coming as statues

Star Trek Cats, which started life as a book, illustrated by Jenny Parks, back in 2017, has spawned all manner of merchandise since its inception, including calendars, apparel, and even postage stamps! Now the cats are entering the third dimension, with a new range of Star Trek Cats statues from Chronicle Collectibles.

The initial range consists of three TOS characters in cat form, Captain Kirk, Spock, and Scotty. All are made from polystone, and are limited editions (although the quantities have not been revealed). Continue below for full details and lots of images of each of them:

Cat Captain Kirk is the most impressive of the bunch, coming complete with a captain's chair replica. It appears the cat is a separate element in this ensemble, giving you some flexibility in how both the cat and the chair are displayed. At 1:9 scale the piece measures 7.5 inches tall, 7 inches wide and 5 inches deep.


Friday, 3 May 2019

Facepalming Picard bust returns, in bronze!

Last year Icon Heroes brought to life the popular Captain Picard facepalming meme in the form of a bust-paperweight. The ThinkGeek exclusive edition of 1602 life-like painted busts sold out in short order - But if you missed out, frustrated Picard is back, now offered in bronze, and there's 6000 of him this time!

Once again he's a ThinkGeek exclusive, and made from resin, with a bronze finish, including a patina highlighting the details. Available now, the bust is sex inches tall. Icon Heroes have sent me a nice set of high res images, so continue below for a closer look:


Tuesday, 23 April 2019

Waypoint 2019 Special preview

Out this week is IDW's 2019 Waypoint Special, which brings the quirky anthology series back with some enjoyable new era-spanning stories. Included in this issue are:
  • Hearts and Bones - A TOS TV-era story focused on Doctor McCoy's romantic woes. Written, illustrated and lettered by Stephen Mooney, with colour from Len O'Grady.
  • Unfathom - An early TNG TV-era story featuring Doctor Crusher and Tasha Yar and an encounter with a fun new technical mystery. Written by Corinna Bechko, with art and colour Daniel Irizarri.
  • The Swift Spoke - A Voyager prequel, featuring young Kathryn Janeway and Tuvok on an away mission to a very alien world. Written by Malachi Ward and Matt Sheean, with Ward also providing art and colour.
  • The First Year - A post-finale DS9 story featuring Ambassador Worf and Ezri Dax. Written by Thom Zahler, with art by Any Price, and colour from Mark Roberts.
It's an enjoyable collection which explores some interesting corners of the Trekverse. I particularly enjoyed the imaginative world featured in The Swift Spoke.

The book has just one cover, from Stephen Mooney. Continue below to check out a more generous than usual six page preview!


Star Trek: Year Five #1 covers and preview

Out this week is the first issue in IDW's big new TOS comic series, Year Five, which will chart the final missions of the TV era TOS crew.

A rolling team of creatives are bringing this series to life, with this first Tholian-focused story in the series brought to us by writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly, and artist Stephen Thompson.

The first book in the series is offered in no less than five different covers! Three of those come from Greg Hildebrandt, including the splashing colourful A cover. A sketch variant is offered as a retail incentive, and another monotone edition will be a convention exclusive. Another retail incentive cover comes from J.J. Lendl, the first in a series of retro poster style pieces that will be offered for the series; this first one rather ingenious turns Spock and Kirk's shirts into a Tholian head! Finally Diamond have their own retail exclusive photo cover, using a classic TOS promo photo.

Continue below to check out all those covers, and a five page preview:


Monday, 22 April 2019

IDW returns to Discovery with Aftermath miniseries

IDW have announced details of their return to Discovery comics, with a new miniseries, Aftermath, set to start in August. The three issue story promises to pick up some of the threads from the finale of Discovery season two, and explore Spock's past:
This riveting new comic book [...] reunites co-writers Kirsten Beyer, Mike Johnson, and artist Tony Shasteen [...] for a storyline focused prominently on Spock. In the aftermath of the 2019 finale, everything in Discovery has changed, and as L’Rell and Pike try to negotiate a fragile peace, Spock finds himself grappling with the fallout from what happened with Michael Burnham – and the mysteries about her still left to unravel.
Here's some promo art for the series:


Friday, 19 April 2019

IDW's July Star Trek comics

IDW have announced their solicitations for July, which has thin pickings for Star Trek fans, with just one new comic this month. Continue below for the details of that issue, and other comics updates:

Year Five #4
Written by Brandon Easton, with art by Martin Coccolo
With the situation on Sigma Iotia II quickly unraveling, it’s up to Kirk and Bones to stop a dangerous group of radicals from unleashing a space/time fissure that could destroy the planet. Meanwhile, back on the Enterprise, Scotty uncovers a secret that risks the safety of the Tholian passenger. The final year of the original mission continues here!
Like the previous issue, this book is offered in two covers, with the main A cover from Stephen Thompson, and a travel poster retail incentive variant from J.J. Lendl. The Thompson cover has been released so far, and is quite striking:


Tuesday, 16 April 2019

The Q Conflict #3 preview

Out this week is the third issue in IDW's multi-series crossover event, The Q Conflict. The crews of Kirk and Picard's Enterprises, Voyager, and the Defiant continue to bend to the will of assorted super-beings, as the curious godly politics begin to unfold.

The series is written by Scott and David Tipton, with David Messina pencilling, and Elisabetta D’Amico on inks. Like previous issues, Messina also provides both the A and B covers, forming a diptych between the two, this time featuring the series starring starships. George Caltsoudas has been providing retail incentive covers for the series, with ships also the focus of his cover for this issue.

Continue below to check out all the covers, and a five page preview.


Tuesday, 2 April 2019

New Gold Key Comics postage stamps

Gold Key Comics are getting miniature reissues, in the form of a new series of Star Trek postage stamps! Eighteen covers from the first ever Star Trek comics will feature on stamps due out this month.

This latest release from the Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation adds a new twist to their usual formats. The company, which designs and distributes collectable stamps for many countries around world, typically releases themed series of multiple stamps, but previously with each theme given to a particular country. This latest series has been split in three, with near simultaneous releases in three globe-spanning countries: The Gambia, Grenada, and the Marshall Islands, with releases due on the 17th, 29th, and 30th respectively. Each country has six stamps from the series, which are being released as miniature sheets. Check them out:


Saturday, 23 March 2019

IDW's Star Trek comics for June

IDW have released their latest solicitations, which include two new Star Trek comics due for June release. Continue below for all the details of those, and other comics updates:

Year Five #3
Written by Brandon Easton, with art by Silvia Califano
With their clash with the Tholian Assembly still fresh in their minds, the crew of the Enterprise, along with their new Tholian passenger, encounter a strange new threat on a very familiar world. The final adventures of the five-year mission continue!
Two covered are promised for what sounds like the start of a new arc in the new TOS ongoing series. The A cover will be from Stephen Thompson, while J.J. Lendl continues to provide retail incentive designs for the series. The latter is the only one so far previewed:


Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Captain Saru comic preview

Our this week is IDW's latest Discovery comic, and their second one-shot based on the series, Captain Saru. As you might have guessed from that title, Saru is the central figure in this tale, set within the epilogue of season one's final episode, when Saru was briefly in command of the Discovery.

The book, like all the Discovery comics, is written by Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson, with Angel Hernandez on art duties for this issue. It is available in two covers with Hernandez also producing the retail incentive cover (coloured by J.L. Rio), while the more widely available A cover is by Paul Shipper.

Continue below for a five page preview, starting with the best Saru-blueberry scene yet!

Monday, 4 March 2019

Comics updates: New covers and art for Year Five, Q Conflict, and more

Lots of Star Trek comics updates and previews today, including some really nice new artwork. Continue below for all the latest from Year Five, The Q Conflict, DiscoveryWaypoint, and the Transformers crossover:

First up, Year Five cover artist J.J. Lendl has revealed his retail incentive covers for the first two issues in that new TOS series. Issue one is a retro one-sheet, and issue two a really cool travel poster for the probably inadvisable trip to the Tholian Assembly!


Sunday, 3 March 2019

Gorn mask and other new Star Trek costumes and props

I've got a round up of the latest Star Trek costume, props, and apparel today. Continue below for everything from faithful reproductions to some more esoteric takes on Trek.

First up, Trick or Treat Studios have revealed their latest Star Trek mask, a Gorn! Sculpted by special effects makeup artist Chris Gallaher, it is described as a "perfect replica of the mask worn by the Gorn in the original Star Trek episode Arena". This is expected to arrive in August/September (but available to preorder now), and joins a range that so far includes Balok, Spock, and Kirk.


Saturday, 2 March 2019

Eaglemoss starships updates: New ships announced, new book, and lots of new previews

Got a load of Eaglemoss Starships Collection updates today; Eaglemoss have been very busy updating their listing lately, meaning lots and lots of new images and videos of new and forthcoming ships. Continue below to check out those, and news of another new book on the way, but first, let's look at the latest ships to join the line-up:

The latest round of solicitors from Eaglemoss have revealed issue 151 in the main Starships Collection to be a Bomar patrol ship, which should arrive first in the UK (with other markets to follow) in May.


Thursday, 28 February 2019

Discovery updates: Season 3, Light and Shadows previews, and more

Got lots of Discovery updates today, with previews of this week's episode, Light and Shadows, and more on last week's The Sound of Thunder. But first, the big news of the week is that Discovery has been officially renewed for a third season - Which is hardly surprisingly given the numerous mentions to plans being afoot for that eventually, but it's still good news it's definitely happening! No info yet on when the season will start or how many episodes it will have.

Along with that announcement, Discovery writer Michelle Paradise has been made co-showrunner for season three, working alongside Alex Kurtzman who took on that role on his own for the second season. Here's what Kurtzman had to say about that when talking to The Hollywood Reporter:
Michelle joined us midway through season two and energized the room with her ferocious knowledge of Trek. Her grasp of character and story detail, her drive and her focus have already become essential in ensuring the Trek legacy, and her fresh perspective always keeps us looking forward. I’m proud to say Michelle and I are officially running Star Trek: Discovery together.
Naturally CBS have released a little announcement video for this news too:



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Tuesday, 26 February 2019

The Q Conflict #2 preview

Out this week is the second issue in IDW's mega-multi-series-crossover The Q Conflict, in which various superbeings brings together the crews from TNGDS9Voyager, and TOS as their playthings, and this time throw in the Iconians too!

The series comes from writers Scott and David Tipton, with art by David Messina, who also provides both the A and B covers, which themselves continue a series begun with the covers from the first issue, framing an assortment of the main cast characters inside the bodies of their superbeing overseers, in this case Trelane and a Metron. A further retail incentive cover, featuring a sculptural Captain Picard, comes from George Caltsoudas.

Continue below to check out all those covers, plus a five page preview from the book - Interesting to see the Discovery USS Enterprise featured there.


Star Trek vs Transformers #5 preview

Out this week is the fifth and final issue in IDW's Star Trek vs Transformers comic series; if you thought Fortress Tiberius (the USS Enterprise Transformer) was wild, just wait to see what this issue delivers!

The series is from writers John Barber and Mike Johnson, with art by Philip Murphy, who also provides the action packed space battle A cover. The B cover, also rather spacey, is from Josh Burcham, and there's also a more down to Earth (or Qo'noS?) retail incentive cover from Chris Panda.

Continue below to check out all of those, and a five page preview from the book:


Monday, 25 February 2019

QMx's Sulu action figure

QMx have put up a listing for the next Star Trek character in their 1:6 scale action figure range, Sulu.

Like previous figures in the range, Sulu features a very like-like face, fabric uniform, and an assortment of accessories; a phaser pistol, communicator, and tricorder, plus hands to hold them all, and alternate fisted and neutral hands too.

QMx have released a whole bunch of images to show off the figure, including some delightfully exotic landing party scenery. Continue below to check it out:


Ships of the Line 2020 preview

With the recent reveal of the 2020 Star Trek calendar range, there was one calendar awaiting finalised artwork, my personal favourite every year, Ships of the Line. Well fear not starship fans, distributors Andrews McMeel Publishing have updated there listings to reveal both covers and some interior previews. Continue below to check them out:


Sunday, 24 February 2019

IDW's Star Trek comics for May

IDW have released their solicitations for May, which include two new Star Trek comics. Continue below for all the details of those, and other comics updates:

Star Trek: Year Five #2
Written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly. Art by Stephen Thompson.
As the last year of their original mission begins, the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise will have to use all of the skills they’ve acquired along the way as they prepare to face the biggest challenge of their lives—a dark threat that doesn’t just threaten their existence, but the existence of the entire Federation as well...
Two covers have been announced for this one, with the main Tholian dominated cover coming from the issue artist Thompson (which you can also see on Twitter pre-colouring). A retail incentive (not yet revealed) will be by J. J. Lendl.


Thursday, 21 February 2019

Trek TV updates: Animation rumours, Discovery titles, The Sound of Thunder previews, and more

Lots of Discovery updates today, including new episode titles, previews for this week's The Sound of Thunder, and follow-ups to last week's Saints of Imperfection. But first, a little note on other Trek TV news:

The Hollywood Reporter among others have reported that the child-orientated animated series in the works is close to finding a home at Nickelodeon. The series, which is also reported to be written by Kevin and Dan Hageman (whose previous credits include the series Trollhunters and Ninjago, and The Lego Movie), is described as being tentpole in a refreshed lineup for the network - I'm really glad to see this series progressing; Star Trek for a younger audience is long overdue, and much needed to help indoctrinate *ahem* inspire a new generation of trekkies.

Back to the current series, TV Passport has again revealed the titles for several more episodes of Discovery. Speculate away what they might mean:
  • 2x07: Light and Shadows
  • 2x08: If Memory Serves
  • 2x09: Project Daedalus
  • 2x10: The Red Angel
  • 2x11: Perpetual Infinity
And just before all those we have this week's Saru focused The Sound of Thunder. Here's the trailer:



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Tuesday, 19 February 2019

New Eaglemoss Starships books revealed

New listings give us our first looks at two new Eaglemoss starships books on the way, plus previews of other books coming before those. Continue below to check them out:

First up we have the fourth in the Designing Starships series of books, which this time is focused entirely on Discovery, promising to detail the design of every ship from season one. These books are normally mostly content from the Official Starships Collection magazines, with a few extra pages added in, but in this case, with the Discovery Collection still some way off releases of many of the season one ships, this should bring us a lot of new content finding it's first release in the book. This Discovery Designing Starships book is due out in October.

2020 Star Trek calendar line-up revealed

The Star Trek calendar ranges for 2020 from both US publisher Universe Publishing and Germany Heye have been announced, offering a selection of eight different designs to choose from. Continue below to check them out.

Perhaps this year's most unique calendar is 2020 16 Month Engagement Calendar. This format has seen a fresh new look every year for several years now, and this year they have got quite creative with a fully bilingual Klingon calendar! As you can see from the preview pages below, not only have they translated absolutely everything, but they've also gone to town with Klingon design inspired by the unique triangular based monitor designs often seen used by Klingons. The description also suggests this will encompass Klingons from all the live action TV series.

For the first time in Klingon and English, Star Trek 16-Month Klingon Engagement Calendar for 2020 features full-color photos from every live action Star Trek television show.

With text in both Klingon and English, and featuring more than 40 fan-favorite images from across the franchise's six live action television shows, this 16-month engagement-style calendar will captivate casual fans and die-hard Trekkers alike.

Monday, 18 February 2019

Mego reveal first 14 inch Star Trek figures, plus other updates

The Mego action figure revival continues to show a big commitment to Star Trek with a new forteen inch assortment of figures now set to join the already quite numerous eight inch range. On show for the first time at the New York Toy Fair, the first releases at this large scale are revealed to be Kirk, Spock, "Security Guard", and most excitingly a Gorn! I assume from the sculpt that the red shirt is actually meant to be Scotty, and Mego Museum reporting on that basis too.

While on show they are all marked up as "not final", which is clear from the packaging which has them marked up as being eight inchers! The images here come from Mego Museum and Toy Ark, who both have additional images if you'd like a closer look.


Friday, 15 February 2019

Star Trek comics update: New covers and art previews for Captain Saru, The Q Conflict, Transformers, and Waypoint

IDW and their artists have been busy releasing new covers and teases of things they're working on lately, so continue below to check out lots of exciting stuff from almost all the Star Trek series (sorry Kelvin timeline fans, nothing for you).

First up with have a new retail incentive cover for the forthcoming Discovery one shot, Captain Saru (set shortly before Captain Pike came and stole his chair!). This retail incentive cover is from Angel Hernandez, who is also doing the interior artwork. The book should be out this month.


Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Eaglemoss Discovery ships updates: First look at Sarcophagus ship, another Disco-Enterprise, tardigrade, and more!

Eaglemoss have updated their listings for ships in the Discovery Starships Collection, giving us first looks and new looks at several forthcoming ships. Continue below for all the latest:

First up we have our first look at the first larger special issue in the series, the Klingon Sarcophagus ship. Even as a larger model it seems hard to do this ship justice with all it's pointy details, but they've certainly had a good crack at it! The US Eaglemoss shop has this down for March release.

UPDATE: Eaglemoss have released a much higher res image of this model as part of their Toy Fair press release:


Discovery: Saints of Imperfection previews

This week's fifth episode of Discovery season two is Saints of Imperfection, and as ever CBS have released a trailer and images for what looks to be a big spore drive unspooling episode.

Here's the trailer, via Instagram (or StarTrek.com for slightly higher res):



CBS's preview images for the episode are particularly spoilery this week regarding who's in the episode, so if you'd rather not know, look no further (the most spoilery image is a few down):

Eaglemoss Build the USS Enterprise-D part work launches

Eaglemoss have launched a new Star Trek magazine a model partwork series, Build the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D, which does exactly what the title says! Each issue includes parts to build a large (70+ cm long) model of the Enterprise-D, with built in lighting features, and of course comes with a magazine, in this case split between building instructions and behind the scenes articles.


The model is meant to be a hybrid of details from the various studio models used in the series to try and best represent the ship, while also converting it into a model kit issued in many pieces. The kit is either assembled by clicking it together or screwing in certain parts. It does still manage to have a working saucer separation feature. Here are a few images of the model from the subscription site:

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Valentines Star Trek style: Romantic Trek-shirts from Fifth Sun, and new Star Trek jewellery

Are you in the mood for love? Continue below for some Trek-inspired Valentines fashion!

Fifth Sun have released a big range of Valentine's themed Star Trek T-shirts, tank tops, and hoodies, with playful takes on Trek tropes, and a lot of hearts!

My favourite appears to have taken inspiration from ThinkGeek's Valentine's tribble of a few years ago, with an added punny caption! This and most of the designs below are available on multiple clothing types to suit different preferences and bodies.


Monday, 11 February 2019

Oodles of Discovery production art from Disco panel at Director’s Guild of Canada

This weekend the Director’s Guild of Canada hosted a special Star Trek: Discovery panel, with many members of the the production team discussing and showing their work from the series. The panel largely focused on season one set design, but also looked at some of other details, and a few hints at things to come. Continue below to check out what was shared.

Prior to event the DGC also shared several sets of artwork, some of which don't appear to have been discussed at the panel itself. For instance this interesting set of drawings and photos from set designer Michael Stanek on the construction of the Discovery shuttlecraft set:


Saturday, 9 February 2019

New Star Trek activewear from Wild Bangarang

Wild Bangarang have launched a new range of Star Trek activewear, with an initial offering leggings, crop tops, and a skirt drawing inspiration from TOS and TNG. Continue below to check out all their designs.

There are several costume inspired pieces in their range, the most distinctive of which is a pair of Borg leggings, which transform your legs into those of a drone!


Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Discovery: Point of Light behind the scenes

The cast and crew have had a lot to share from behind the scenes of last week's Discovery episode, Point of Light, continue below to check out Klingons, Section 31, and more.

This episode saw the return of Kenneth Mitchell to the cast, but of course not as the quite-dead Kol, but instead as his father, the grizzly and rather more hairy Kol-Sha. Mitchell shared a couple of great photos of his new look on Instagram: