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TrekMovie’s Star Trek Holiday Shopping Guide November 30, 2008

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Books,Comics,DVD/Blu-ray,Merchandise,Replicas,Toys , trackback

The weekend following Thanksgiving is traditionally the big start to the holiday buying season and for Trekkies there are quite a few brand new Star Trek items to fill your stockings. TrekMovie has compiled a comprehensive guide to all the new collectibles, toys, figures, books, DVDs and replicas being released this holiday season.

 

New Trek items for Fall 2008…just in time for the Holidays
The following is a list of new Star Trek merchandise that has been released this fall, including re-issues. Of course there are many more Star Trek items available at retailers this Christmas season, we are just highlighting the latest. So make your list, check it twice, and wade into the Great Material Continuum and start acquiring.

 

CHRISTMAS ITEMS

Kurt Adler Captain Kirk & Spock Nutcrackers


[Kirk – EE: $33.99] [Spock – EE: $33.99]

Kurt Adler Commander Spock Fabric Mache Statue


[Entertainment Earth: $49.99]

Hallmark Christmas Ornaments (3 ornaments)


[TOS Communicator – Hallmark: $18.50] [USS Reliant – Hallmark: $32.00]


["Trouble with Tribbles" scene – Hallmark: $28.00]

DVDs
all available now at Amazon and other retailers

Star Trek: Alternate Realities Collective Pack
(incl. Free Geordi LaForge from "Timeless" action figure offer)


[Amazon: $27.99]

Star Trek: The Original Series Season 3 Remastered


[Amazon: $66.99]

Star Trek: The Original Series Three Season Pack


[Amazon: $199.99]

COMIC COLLECTIONS (Trade Paperback & DVD)
all available now at Amazon and other retailers

Star Trek Comics Classics: Convergence (DC comics reprints Trade Paperback)
by Michael Jan Friedman, et. al


[Amazon: $11.43]

Star Trek Archives Volume 2: Best of the Borg (comics reprint trade paperback)
by Michael Jan Friedman, et al


[Amazon: $13.59]

Star Trek: The Key Collection Volume 6 (Gold Key comics reprint trade paperback)
by Al McWilliams, et. al


[Amazon: $15.61]

Star Trek Year Four: The Enterprise Experiment (comics reprint trade paperback)
by DC Fontana


[Amazon$13.59]

Star Trek New Frontier (comic trade paperback)
by Peter David


[Amazon: $13.59]

[DVD-ROM] Star Trek: The Complete Collection (collection of Star Trek comics) by GIT Corp


[Amazon: $22.99]

 

BOOKS (Novels)
all available now at Amazon and other retailers

Star Trek: Destiny (trilogy)
by David Mack

   
[Book1 – Amazon: $7.99] [Book 2 – Amazon: $7.99] [Book 3 – Amazon: $7.99]

Star Trek SCE: Wounds (e-book reprint)
by Keith R.A. DeCandido, et. al


[Amazon: $10.88]

Star Trek The Academy: Collision Course (paperback edition)
by William Shatner, Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens


[Amazon: $7.99]

 

BOOKS (non Fiction)

all available now at Amazon and other retailers

Star Trek and Philosophy: The Wrath of Kant
by Kevin S. Decker and Jason T. Eberl


[Amazon: $12.89]

Star Trek BFI TV Classics
by Ina Rae Hark


[Amazon: $15.56]

Star Trek 101
by Terry J. Erdmann


[Amazon: $10.88]

Star Trek: The Collectibles Guide
by Steve Kelley


[Amazon: $16.49]

TOYS & ACTION FIGURES
available now at Entertainment Earth, New Force Comics, and other retailers

Johnny Lightning Wave 5
(USS Enterprise from Star Trek III, Enterprise NX-01, Shuttlecraft with damage details, Klingon D7 Battlecruiser)


[Entertainment Earth: $24.99]

Johnny Lightning Wave 6
(Borg Cube with explosions, USS Yamato, USS Excalibur, Romulan D7 Battlecruiser from TAS)


[NewForce: $24.99]

Mego retro Uhura and Mugatu action figure 2-pack


[Entertainment Earth: $37.99]

 

December Pre-orders
Due to delays in production in China, many of the Diamond Select Toys Star Trek products planned for the Fall and Holiday season are now delayed until early to mid 2009, including the Wrath of Khan Phaser, the TOS tricorder, the retro Mego bridge playset and more. However the following items are available for preorder should arrive in December (but there are no guarantees).

Amok Time Kirk and Spock Action Figure Two Pack


[Entertainment Earth: $29.99]

TMP Kirk and Spock Action Figure Two Pack


[Entertainment Earth: $31.99]

Minimates Series 5 Assortment


[Action Figure Express: $25.59]

DS9 Series 2 Action Figures (4 pack)
(Bashir , O’Brien, Martok, and Season 7 Kira)


[Action Figure Express: $51.59]

TNG Series 5 Action Figures (4 pack)
(Nemesis Crusher, O’Brien, Ogawa, and Ro Laren Action Figures)


[Action Figure Express: $51.19]

DS9 Worf and Gowron Action Figure Two Pack


[Action Figure Express: $25.99]

Maltz and Kruge with Targ Action Figure Two Pack


[Action Figure Express: $25.99]

TOS Phaser & Communicator two-pack


[Action Figure Express: $39.99]

EE Exclusive Gold Handle Phaser & Exclusive Communicator 2-pack


[Entertainment Earth: $49.99]

REPLICAS
available at Entertainment Earth and Master Replicas

Star Trek Mark IX Science Tricorder Prop Replica


[Entertainment Earth: $399]

Star Trek V / VI Assault Phaser Prop Replica


[Entertainment Earth: $499]

MODELS
Available at comic and hobby shops


Polar Lights 1/1000 Enterprise NX01 Snap Together Model


[CultTV Hobbyshop: $13.95]

Polar Lights 1/1000 Klingon D7 Battlecruiser Snap Together Model


[CultTV Hobbyshop: $13.95]

COLLECTIBLES

DST Busts – Admiral Kirk & Commander Spock

        
[Kirk – EE: $44.99] [Spock – EE: $44.99]

Star Trek PEZ

        
[Amazon: $24.00]

Hamilton Collection Laser Etched Enterprise D

        
[Collectibles Today: $99.95]

Star Trek Dog Tags
(various characters available)


[Creation: $9.00]

Star Trek Stamps
(actual legal stamps from Antigua & Micronesia w/ frames) [PRE-ORDER]


[Star Trek Store: $39.99]

Rittenhouse Star Trek: The Movies in Motion Lenticular Trading Cards
(with Two Autograph Cards per box) [December Pre-order].


[SciFi Hobby: $84.00]

 

 

SALES THIS WEEKEND
There are numerous websites with sales of Star Trek products this Thanksgiving Weekend.

ENTERTAINMENT EARTH
EE has these Star Trek items on sale all Thanksgiving Weekend.


BOOK CLOSEOUTS
Book Closeout is a great website with incredible prices on Star Trek books. Some books arrive with a "black line" on the bottom from being discounted at stores, yet all are in otherwise new condition. This weekend, until Monday December 1st, there are incredible deals on Star Trek audio and text books. Plus, there is free shipping on all orders of $35 or more

ACTION FIGURE EXPRESS
Some items at AFX are buy one, get one free sale items with the sale ending December 1. Buy one for yourself, give one to a friend or charity this winter! Other items are one sale this week, at 50% off.

BOGO Items

Sale Items

BIG BAD TOY STORE
There are many good deals at Big Bad Toy Store’s Inventory Sale, at various discounted percentages. Some items are in packaging that is labeled "Substandard" which means there may be creases or other imperfections in the packaging.

Comments

1. tholianhata - November 30, 2008

Great timing, as I’m compiling my Christmas list! Thanks!

2. Brad - November 30, 2008

The Laser Etched Enterprise D looks REALLY nice. And Second (I think!)

3. JustBob - November 30, 2008

We (my family) decided that our best gift/s will be our gourmet feast and our company this Christmas ( oh, there’s that awful word again!) No spending this year.

4. Requiem1971 - November 30, 2008

These look to be really fine collectables. Shame I no longer collect the Star Trek Playmates line of figures. I had at one point almost all of them, including red Data, and gold Riker. These new ones make me wonder if I wanna start back….

5. Iowagirl - November 30, 2008

Great list – thanks!

I’m gonna get myself Kirk and Spock from Amok Time – they do look great and they’re a wonderful role model for true friendship.

6. BK613 - November 30, 2008

KAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANTT!!!!

yes that book looks interesting. need to get that one on the gift list.

7. SPB - November 30, 2008

COUNT ME IN FOR THE T.M.P. FIGURES…

I think I’m one of about 13 Trekkies who actually LIKES those funky 23rd Century (via 1970’s) Starfleet pajamas! Should I have my TREK-Geek card revoked if I admit that I like them even more than the other TREK film uniforms…?

8. Brett Campbell - November 30, 2008

Love the ripped shirt on the Kirk “Amok Time” action figure. Long live the amazing stories of Theodore Sturgeon!

9. Brett Campbell - November 30, 2008

6 – Agreed. “‘The Lord of the Rings’ and Philosophy” is an interesting anthology.

10. Sean - November 30, 2008

Gah! Why can’t there be a more affordable version of the Star Trek V / VI Assault Phaser Prop Replica? I LOVE that phaser design, but I’m NEVER gonna spend $500 on it.

11. jkimballcurrier@hotmail.com - November 30, 2008

#7: I’m with you! I’ve always loved TMP.

12. MORN SPEAKS - November 30, 2008

How about a new addition of the Star Trek Chronology!

13. SPB - November 30, 2008

#12-

Good luck making heads-or-tails of that once TREK XI comes out! You’ll have a migraine once you’re through with it!

14. Kirk, James T. - November 30, 2008

so what about fans in the UK :P what do we get? a lump of coal and an orange :D

15. Another Q - November 30, 2008

Be interesting to see how things change after the new
movie – I for one will always love the originals (with some
room for the new of course).

16. OneBuckFilms - November 30, 2008

On my list:

TOS Remastered.

It’s a pity the DST TOS Tricorder and TWOK Phaser aren’t out yet.

17. Wes - November 30, 2008

The Kirk and Spock nutcracker- do they come with all the Sulu jokes that people will be saying when you bring those out? LOL!

18. ster julie - November 30, 2008

I can’t see where the nuts go on the nutcrackers, and I am afraid to ask!!!!!

19. Rastaman930 - November 30, 2008

Trekkies will buy anything, but what would a Trekkie want with a gold handled TOS phaser?

Is that like the golden gun? One shot kill!

20. The Bear - November 30, 2008

#7 – I guess I’m one of the ’13’. I’ve always liked the TMP uniforms much better than the ‘high school band uniforms’ of the movies. The TMP uniforms were more functional.

Not much on my Christmas list since the DS Tricorders were pushed back to 2009 as well as the TMP phaser and let’s not mention all the movie figures, etc. Birthday list…well that’s a different matter.

21. Mark - November 30, 2008

The Reliant is a bit pricey, but nice. The Hallmark communicator is pretty cool for $18.

22. Crewman Darnell - November 30, 2008

These days I’m not much interested in action figures, busts etc, (vastly preferring ships and prop toys) but I just purchased the Kirk/Spock “Amok Time” two-fer. The detailing truly is near perfect. Even the packaging looks great.

23. Andy Patterson - November 30, 2008

I’ve got the communicator ornament. The sound is excellent. Many times better than the full size communicator. Cool stuff

24. Enterprise - November 30, 2008

I need to still pick up that Trek comics collection. 22 bucks is a good price.

25. Adam Cohen - November 30, 2008

#24

I was thinking the same thing! And what a way to save space… the final frontier! ;-)

26. SpocksSpleen - November 30, 2008

why have we only ever had a 4″ Reliant, about time someone made a good size toy not a friggin micromachine version..

27. G-Boss - December 1, 2008

Great Ideas for Xmas.

28. kirk - December 1, 2008

You for got about the enterprise d from art asylum and DST

29. Timncc1701 - December 1, 2008

WHERE IS MY CHAIR????????

30. 'Beach` - December 1, 2008

21 & 26
Got both ornaments (not the Tribble one. Looks cheesy).

I also have a set of Playmates figures that were the Nija Turtles dressed as Kirk, Spock, Bones, and Scotty…

Agree about the assault phaser. Cool item but way too pricey…

31. Mark Lynch - December 2, 2008

TMP is the one… Really want that phaser.
Can’t understand why it keeps being referenced as TWOK , we all know it was introduced in TMP

Best looking phaser design, ever and a great price.

32. Mark Lynch - December 2, 2008

Very interested in what the phaser/tricorder/communicator designs will look like for the new movie.

Does anyone have an educated idea on this?

33. ryan - December 2, 2008

I really want the Enterprise-D! Apparently the saucer seperates!

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