Star Trek nerds have found themselves in the middle of the fourth age of Trek, and that’s a pretty cool thing, whether or not you like what Discovery, Prodigy and Picard…
Mirror Universe Intendant Kira Nerys is accompanied by a blank Bajoran base, and maroon accessories, including a phaser, a rifle, and the same desktop monitor as Keiko O’Brien.
Kang appeared in TOS, but this is an approximation of his appearance in the DS9 episode “Blood Oath”. Kang was played by Michael Ansara, who also voiced Mr. Freeze in Batman : The Animated Series.
In one fictional universe written by Peter David, Trelane is actually the son of Q – not to be confused with the canonical Q2 from Voyager.
This time-traveling Kirk is accompanied by a TOS Captain base, and black & grey accessories, including a coffee mug and a coffee pot.
Spock is accompanied by a TOS Science base, a coffee mug, and some fully-painted science equipment : vacuum tubes and a primitive computer.
Andorians were one of the first four alien species to form the Federation of Planets; the other three were humans, Vulcans, and Tellarites.
Edith Keeler, played by Joan Collins, comes with a ‘Star Trek’ base, and black accessories, including a kettle and a cup, a purse, and a vintage typewriter.
Mirror Universe Spock is accompanied by an ‘ISS Enterprise’ base, a computer, an agonizer, and a phaser.
Cadet Deanna Troi is accompanied by a Starfleet Academy base and a variety of orange accessories, including some data and sample recorders, and a backpack.
Keiko, the botanist wife of Miles O’Brien, comes with a blank DS9 base and gold accessories, including a thermos, a desktop monitor, and oddly, a phaser.
These ‘Academy’ figures are some of the only figures Playmates made of costumes that never appeared onscreen, and were made to promote the Starfleet Academy video game.
Tiny movie Kirk comes with a huge surprise, and it couldn’t be better.
To boldly Kreo… before they give up the Star Trek license.
Eaglemoss begins their collection of excellent Star Trek Starships.