Sunday 31 March 2019

New Official Guide to the Animated Series book coming

Listings for a new TAS reference book have just started cropping up, revealing a rare treat for TAS fans coming this September. Written by Aaron Harvey and Rich Schepis, The Official Guide to the Animated Series, from publisher Weldon Owen, promises an in depth look into the making of the series, including production artwork and new interviews. Continue below to check out the cover, blurb and preview pages!

Friday 29 March 2019

Book bits: Collateral Damage details, new books, and more

A few books bits today, including first details of several new books. Continue below for that, but first we've got some new information on David Mack's next book, Collateral Damage.

The TNG novel is now set for release in October. As the new blurb mentions, it will be focusing on Picard in the aftermath of the exposure of Section 31 in Mack's Section 31: Control, and will also be a follow up on Mack's older TNG book A Time to Heal, in which the crimes alluded too below occurred:
From the New York Times bestselling author of Star Trek: Discovery: Desperate Hours comes an original, thrilling novel set in the universe of Star Trek: The Next Generation!

The past returns to haunt Captain Jean-Luc Picard—a crime he thought long buried has been exposed, and he must return to Earth to answer for his role in a conspiracy that some call treason. Meanwhile, the U.S.S. Enterprise is sent to apprehend pirates who have stolen vital technology from a fragile Federation colony. But acting captain Commander Worf discovers that the pirates’ motives are not what they seem, and that sometimes standing for justice means defying the law….

Saturday 23 March 2019

Eaglemoss starships updates: First look at Planet Killer, new regular and Disco ships, and more!

Loads of Eaglemoss Starships Collection updates today, including news of new issues in both the regular and Discovery series, and new images of new and forthcoming ships in both. But first, our first look at the next special issue in the regular series, the Planet Killer!

Newly revealed in solicitations, the Planet Killer marks a notable new feature for Eaglemoss models: Light! Yup, what you see in the picture below (posted by 3000Toys) is not a trick of photography, but an internal light source in the model.

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:

Monday 18 March 2019

New Bye Bye Robot starship art from Cliff Cramp

Bye Bye Robot have revealed their latest Star Trek art prints, a new series of three paintings by Cliff Cramp. The collection features starships from TNG and TOS: The USS Enterprise-D, in Where No One Has Gone Before. A Borg Cube, in Resistance is Futile. And the USS Enterprise, in Five Year Mission. Continue below to check them out:

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.

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