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Hasbro To Make Star Trek Toy Line – Starting In 2013 [UPDATED] February 10, 2012

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Merchandise,Star Trek Into Darkness,Toys , trackback

Today brings big news for the world of Star Trek toys. In advance of the big Toy Fair which opens this weekend in New York, Hasbro has announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with CBS to make a “variety” of Star Trek toys, starting in 2013…just in time for the next Star Trek movie. More details below. [UPDATED: More info and preview pic]


Hasbro goes Trek

[UPDATED] For the first time in their history, the giant toy company Hasbro will be making Star Trek toys. The news was announced today in advance of the annual Toy Fair which kicks off on Sunday. According to Hasbro, their Star Trek line will kick off in 2013, ahead of the Star Trek sequel. However, TrekMovie is told that Hasbro’s license is for more than the next movie as it extends to the entire Star Trek franchise. The Hasbro Star Trek toys will include KRE-O building block sets along with a line of roleplay toys as well as new action figures.

Hasbro’s acquisition of the Star Trek license is a symbol of the strength of Star Trek’s return to the mainstream of popular culture which began with the 2009 feature film. It doesn’t get much bigger than Hasbro in the world of toys. The company produces several of the best selling toy lines in all of history, including Star Wars, GI Joe and Transformers. We should expect Hasbro to be able to bring Star Trek into many big box stores like Target and Wal-Mart, as well as Toys R Us, much like they do for their other lines.

TrekMovie has also confirmed that Playmates Toys, who did toys for the 2009 Star Trek film, will not be returning for the sequel. However, Diamond Select Toys still holds a Star Trek license (for “classic” Trek) and they will be making some Star Trek news at Toy Fair well (TrekMovie will be reporting that early next week). 

Preview image of Star Trek Hasbro KRE-O toys

press release



Product Line Fueled By Upcoming Major Motion Picture in 2013 to Include
KRE-O STAR TREK Building Sets and More

PAWTUCKET, R.I. – FEBRUARY 10, 2012 – Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS) announced today it has entered into agreement with CBS Consumer Products to manufacture and globally market a variety of products based on the STAR TREK property beginning in 2013. The toy line will launch in support of the STAR TREK movie sequel from Paramount Pictures, which will open May 17, 2013.

Leading the product offering from Hasbro will be a line of premium KRE-O STAR TREK building sets featuring fantastical spaceships and legendary characters from the franchise. The KRE-O STAR TREK sets will offer high-quality KRE-O bricks as well as new KREON figures in the likeness of popular characters. Among its additional new play experiences, Hasbro will also offer robust line of roleplay toys for kids and fans to act out the intergalactic saga as well as select new figures.

“The STAR TREK property is an entertainment giant known by millions across the globe and Hasbro is thrilled to be working with CBS Consumer Products to bring the franchise to life in toy form,” said John Frascotti, chief marketing officer, Hasbro, Inc. “As a global branded play company, Hasbro delivers the best properties in a variety of formats to consumers around the world. We’re excited to offer fans the opportunity to experience icons of STAR TREK in exhilarating new ways with our KRE-O building sets as well as with new roleplay items and more.”

“Hasbro and STAR TREK have always been known as innovative brands,” said Liz Kalodner, Executive Vice President and General Manager of CBS Consumer Products. “Bringing them together in this new toy line will give fans of the entire STAR TREK franchise new ways to experience the final frontier, including the first complete construction program.”

STAR TREK will mark the third major entertainment property to be featured in the KRE-O line from Hasbro. The Company successfully introduced the KRE-O brand in 2011 with building sets featuring its globally popular TRANSFORMERS characters. In 2012 Hasbro continues the KRE-O TRANSFORMERS line and is introducing KRE-O BATTLESHIP  building sets based on its gaming property and upcoming live action movie BATTLESHIP, from Universal Pictures. More details about Hasbro’s STAR TREK product offerings will be announced at a later date.

About Hasbro:
Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS) is a branded play company providing children and families around the world with a wide-range of immersive entertainment offerings based on the Company’s world class brand portfolio. From toys and games, to television programming, motion pictures, video games and a comprehensive licensing program, Hasbro strives to delight its customers through the strategic leveraging of well-known and beloved brands such as TRANSFORMERS, LITTLEST PET SHOP, NERF, PLAYSKOOL, MY LITTLE PONY, G.I. JOE, MAGIC: THE GATHERING and MONOPOLY. The Hub, Hasbro’s multi-platform joint venture with Discovery Communications (NASDAQ: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) launched on October 10, 2010. The online home of The Hub is www.hubworld.com. The Hub logo and name are trademarks of Hub Television Networks, LLC. All rights reserved.

Come see how we inspire play through our brands at www.hasbro.com   . © 2012 Hasbro, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

About CBS:
CBS Consumer Products manages worldwide licensing and merchandising for a diverse slate of television brands and series from CBS, CBS Television Studios and CBS Television Distribution, as well as from the company’s extensive library of titles, Showtime and CBS Films. Additionally, the group oversees online sales of programming merchandise. For more information, visit www.cbsconsumerproducts.com.


1. Desstruxion - February 10, 2012

Good news. The Kre-O toys are pretty cool.

2. rm10019 - February 10, 2012

Glad it is not Playmates! Looking forward to Toy Fair next week!

3. Capt. Brando - February 10, 2012

nice, I guess

4. SirBroiler - February 10, 2012

Hasbro figures are the best (when you exclude the high-end stuff like Sideshow or ArtAsylum). Also glad they aren’t settling for Playmates this time.

5. Gabriel Bell - February 10, 2012

I *love* the consistent grumbling! Never lets me down. (“Glad it is not Playmates!” “nice, I guess”) It is the universal constant.

Now to my comment:
Thanks, Hasbro, for investing in a franchise that I personally love! I really look forward to seeing what you produce.

6. dmb1138 - February 10, 2012

Ohhhhhh, fuuuuuuuudge. My wallet’s in trouble.

7. Randumb Thots - February 10, 2012

This is FANTASTIC. As a toy collector (primarily Transformers, so I can’t necessarily claim to be objective) I can attest that Hasbro is a big step up. Don’t get me wrong, the Playmates toys were actually quite good, better than I would expect from PM frankly. But they were poorly distributed and poorly marketed. They would show up sporadically and then end up sitting there, clogging shelves. They sold so poorly that the future waves were cancelled and now my bridge set is sitting there incomplete. :-( Hasbro at least has the cachet and marketing budget to get the toys out there and keep them moving. Not to mention that in my experience, Hasbro actually cares quite a bit about adult collectors, disproportionately so compared to the small share of the toy-buying market we comprise. I have an entire shelf of very high-end “Masterpiece” Transformers, all distributed by Hasbro in the US, that can attest to that.

Also I’m giddy over the thought of Star Trek building-brick sets. I have only wanted those since I was 6.

8. Brian from OR - February 10, 2012

Very excited to hear this news. It makes sense that Paramount is partnering with Hasbro on Star Trek. Paramount already has made Transformers and G.I. Joe with Hasbro so I think it is a no brainier they wanted to continue this partnership. I was really disappointed with Playmates Star Trek 09 toys. So hopefully Hasbro’s will be much better around this time around. Speaking of which I am looking forward to day they come out with that Transforming U.S.S. Enterprise that transformers into Captain Kirk :-)

9. agentm31 - February 10, 2012

I look forward to this, of course, but I wish Art Asylum/Diamond Select had been licensed. Their products are fantastic, and with the money, they could afford a better, closer factory to get the toys out quicker.

10. CmdrR - February 10, 2012

Yes, Hasbro!
There once was a Trek toy from Pawtucket…

BALLZ!! You missed your cue!

11. G1Convoy - February 10, 2012

$#@$ Yeah This is Great Now we might even see a Star Trek Transformers Crossover Toys that I will buy for sure hehehe This is really Good news Playmates been around for along time for Star Trek Fans but the 2009 line for Star Trek was very disapointing manly the Enterprise her self they tried to copy the Dimond Select ships and faild really bad at it with a random sound board I hope Hasbro will do TNG DS9 and VOyager as well I cannot wait and hopfully they will being out all the Enterprise too like Dimond Select and art asylem is doing

12. Psylent1 - February 10, 2012

Can we please have some starships?

Especially the Akira class, Micro machines never got to it, Furuta did everything but the Akira and Mattel was a waste of a license.

13. Frank Jay Gruber - February 10, 2012

Yay Hasbro! Can’t wait for a Spock with Vulcan Neck Grip hands.

14. NuFan - February 10, 2012

Very good news.

15. Capt. of the U.S.S. Anduril - February 10, 2012

Hasbro? Seriously? Wonderful. We’re probably gonna get a Star Trek-Transformers crossover line next.

Why can’t they just give Diamond Select the license?

16. jesustrek - February 10, 2012

Liked more Art Asylum or Daimond Select in action figures…no more news of the VOY Line ???

17. Josh - February 10, 2012

Guess Lego said no?

18. MattR - February 10, 2012

#2. Totally agree with you. Playmates did a great job in the 90’s with the line, but totally dropped the ball for Trek XI. I’m looking forward to seeing what Hasbro can do with the franchise.

#15. AA is never going to do a Voyager line. They tried to do Seven of Line as part of the Borg line they proposed to retailers and there was very little interest.

#16. I believe LEGO says they don’t want to do Trek while they’re doing SW.

19. Phil - February 10, 2012

Eleven posts in and someone is bitching about Star Trek toys being made by the same folks who make Transformers. Amazing,

20. Kirk, James T. - February 10, 2012

YESSSSSSSSS OH MY GOD YESSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

21. MattR - February 10, 2012

#18. I dont see anyone complaining about Hasbro.

22. Red Dead Ryan - February 10, 2012


Eighteen posts in and someone hasn’t properly read the comments.

23. Jason - February 10, 2012

Does this just mean the KRE-O sets or will hasbro also do the main action figure line??

Will Hasbro simultaneously make Star Trek and Star Wars figures?

24. Red Dead Ryan - February 10, 2012

I wonder how much George Lucas will make off the Trek line?

25. Green Girls Have More Fun - February 10, 2012

I am stupidly excited about this. The Playmates figures just didn’t live up to what I was hoping for and then the rest of the line was canceled, which means no bridge crew in anything but cadet uniforms.

I’m hoping for some awesomeness from the new movie and now I’ll have awesome toys to look forward to as well!

26. Trekboi - February 10, 2012

yes, why no mention in the article of star wars figures- last figures i looked at were made by hasbro- do they do star wars toys?

Glad its not playmates- they made a mess of the 2009 toys- awefully executed- incomplete sets, incomplete toys, bridge in pieces that were not avalible- most fans including me didnt bother with them after looking at the poor planning & execution.

I eventually got some bargan basement discounted figures once it was clear that was the best they were going to get.

27. Kirk, James T. - February 10, 2012


This means that Hasbro have the international rights to produce Star Trek toys full stop – action figures, Kre-O, Role play (meaning phasers, communicators and ships as well as play sets)

I’m blown away that Hasbro will be doing Star Trek – absolutely fantastic news, it’s been a long time coming and honestly I think it’s about the right time for Hasbro to step in and show DST and Playmates how it’s done in the 21st century.

Playmates reigned supreme over the 90’s but it’s Hasbro’s turn to play – I hope they go the distance and produce a really successful line.

Animated TV series coming? You bet

28. Phil - February 10, 2012

What you suppose the Prime Directive toy will be?

29. VZX - February 10, 2012

This is the best news of the day! Hasbro, while not perfect, make the best action figures currently on the market.

I’m hoping the Star Trek figures are similar in size and style to the GI Joe line. Maybe we will get lucky and they will incorporate some items from the last movie as well.

BTW: The Toys R Us by me still has a LOT of the Playmates Trek 09 movie figures and sets. They priced them down to a dollar each and they still are not selling. Here’s hoping the newer line moves better.

30. Jeyl - February 10, 2012

Well, I hope they make the figures. Playmates man…. those were just bad.

31. Red Dead Ryan - February 10, 2012

My comment was directed at Phil, formerly at #18. Though now he is right because of #15 jumping in and disrupting the numerical order of this thread….

32. Tony Todd's Tears - February 10, 2012

Hope they are better than the toys they made for the last movie, those were worthless!

I would rather eat burned replicated bird meat than buy toys like that for my kids.

33. Lt. Bailey - February 10, 2012

Hasbro is not bad and I hope they do well with this line.

They will always have a special place in my heart because of the “original” G.I. Joe’s in 12″ from back in 1964. Those were always my favorite toys as a kid… and almost 50 years later I still have them in my collection. That is the one part of my collection the wife does not mind as she had Barbies back then which she has in her collection (she liked GI Joe better than Ken anyway) so she does not mind a “grown man” having dolls… I tell her G I Joe is a man of action and not doll.

34. "Check the Circuit!" - February 10, 2012

Heavy sigh.

Personally, I was very disappointed in the quality of the Marvel action figures after they moved over to Hasbro.

On the bright side, it’s great that a “big name” has signed on to produce a line. Hasbro at least should do a good job with marketing and distribution.

35. dep1701 - February 10, 2012

Although I’m still not a huge fan of the J.J.prise, I would love to see a better produced and detailed replica than the rather caricatured version Playmates released ( although I will forever be thankful to them for letting us have the toy well in advance of the movie release, so I had some time to get used to the redesign ).

36. Captain April - February 10, 2012

Maybe they can go back and do the USS Kelvin! Hopefully a better version of the Enterprise.

37. VZX - February 10, 2012

34: Yeah, I agree about the Hasbro versions of Marvel figures. Toy BIz did a better job, but they broke easy. The smaller Hasbro Marvel figures have some weird articulation.

BUT: The GI Joe figures are the best on the market, IMO. The best thing about them are the metal leg joints. Genius. That greatly reduces breakages for a toyline aimed at boys. My son went through a couple of Spider-mans already, but all his Joes are still ready to go, albeit dirty and scuffed up.

I hope the new Star Trek figures are as well-made.

38. MONGO - February 10, 2012

Mongo look forward to see what new toy for Star trek. Hope lots of ships!

Mongo sad when get all of Playmate bridge set for new Star Trek movie then find out Playmates give up. Mongo not able finish bridge set.

Mongo tell JJ mans do better job with Star Trek toys and stuff. Mongo think that probably not JJ mans job.

39. kjseek - February 10, 2012

Wish LEGO could have gotten the license. LEGO Star Trek Video Games would have been SWEET!!!!

I hope Hasbro does more ships:
That is what i want most out of this.

40. TyrannicalFascist - February 10, 2012


41. Green Girls Have More Fun - February 10, 2012

I really hope the real thing looks better than the mockup picture they just added. Then again, the Kre-O figures I’ve seen in person have all been pretty nice, so it stands to reason the Trek ones will look good as well.

42. Frank Jay Gruber - February 10, 2012

I wonder if Kre-O Spock locks on to Kre-O Uhura…

43. Jason - February 10, 2012

Yeah the Toys R us Here still has a huge lot of discounted playmates 2009 figures that aren’t selling at all.

I hope retailers will still welcome new star trek figures

44. Let Them Eat Plomeek Soup - February 10, 2012


Oh god…

45. Jason - February 10, 2012

The press release just says “select figures”

If there is an action figure line I still wonder how it could exist from Hasbro side by side with star wars. Would Lucasfilm be happy about that?

I know they also do GI Joe, Marvel, and Transformers, but those are all distinctly different.

46. Gary Makin - February 10, 2012

As long as Star Trek 2 isn’t like a Hasbro movie…

47. Miraclefan - February 10, 2012

This is fantastic news.
Here’s hoping we get some Titanium series Micro Starships and some better detailed Role play Starships.

48. Charla - February 10, 2012


49. J.A.G.T. - February 10, 2012

Is Kre-O some kind of “hasbro lego”? – silly… everyone knows that if you wanna milk a franchise to the last drop you have to sell licenses to Lego… Star Wars Lego anyone..? I think that was a bonehead move by CBS/Paramount

50. The Starfleet Veteran - February 10, 2012

I don’t care about the KRE-O crap, but I want an awesome line of 3.75″ scale figures like Star Wars, Marvel Universe and G.I. Joe.

51. JIM - February 10, 2012

So, the uniforms wont be changed for the sequel….

52. Dave - February 10, 2012

I wonder … Does that mean no more star trek toys
From art asylum-diamond select toys ?

I do hope hasbro makes toys from all of
Star trek series and tv shows not just the
JJabrams movies

I am really looking forward to the role play toys


Good luck hasbro!!!

53. devonp - February 10, 2012

Sadly the best portion of the Playmates Trek ’09 Line was cancelled. I so badly wanted the other 12″ figures of Scotty, Uhura and Nero!!!! I hope Hasbro succeeds!

54. Anthony Pascale - February 10, 2012

Diamond Select still has a Star Trek license. We will be doing some news from them from Toy Fair as well.

55. Brandon - February 10, 2012

This is so going to rock! Trips to the store are going to be expensive with Star Wars, The Hobbit and Star Trek figures on the shelves! I really hope this line will go on for as long as the Star Wars line. Star Trek certainly has a rich history to sustain a really long running line! I am anxious for figures in the JJ-verse, but I really hope we see TOS and TNG and all the other iterations as well!

56. Rob - February 10, 2012

Great news, I hope there are some killer shuttlecraft playsets hitting the shelves this time next year!

57. Khan was Framed! - February 10, 2012

This is the greatest Trek news in years!!!!

Finally a competent manufacturer holds the licence.

Hasbro, I will take two of everything!!!!

58. Jason - February 10, 2012

I’m still confused. So does this mean Hasbro has the rights to the full universe of “Star Trek” characters and ships, or just the JJ-verse? I’ve been collection the Marvel action figures for a few years now, and if they were to start making a full line of “Trek” characters the same way (TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT), I’d be REALLY happy!

I’m sad that Lego does not have the licence. So far as the idea that they wouldn’t want it while they are doing “Star Wars,” even if that was true, it’s silly. Especially since now Hasbro is doing both.

59. JOHNNYB807 - February 10, 2012

I’m looking forward to all the speculation (spoiler alerts) that will give us any hints on ST: 2013. They always release stuff prior to the actual film release.

60. JOHNNYB807 - February 10, 2012

On the whole, I’d say this is good news for such a huge corporate entity to show such interest in our heroes specifically and the Star Trek franchise in general. I’d be interested in knowing how much value HASBRO is estimated to invest versus their expectation on return. You can criticize JJ all you want, but it’s no accident that HASBRO is talking toys, Paramount & Namco is talking an XBOX/PS3 Star Trek game that MIGHT actually be good for once (ie – think *NOT SUCK* and you’ll understand how soul crushingly low the bar currently sits regarding Star Trek in association with Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo in general regardless of weather it’s PS1, PS2, PS3, Nintendo, Wii, Xbox, Xbox360, etc. Elite Force isn’t bad considering the context of video gaming at that particular time, although by today’s standards it’s a little boring now… SOOO … hope springs eternal I guess but I wont be holding my breath. Star Trek + Video Games = SUCK, at least from an historical perspective). Then there’s also The Bryan’s (ie-Bryan Fuller & Bryan Singer), some major Hollywood Heavy Hitters, who are conveniently (and with a wonderful sense of timing) have been poking about The Ether regarding the idea of maybe possibly another Star Trek show on TV once more if anyone from The Star Chamber would in any way show an inclination for such a thing as if the Star Trek Franchise hasn’t been around for as long as MGMs James Bond property. But not to get lost from my original point though, because of The Supreme Court ( ie – JJ, Bob Orci, Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman & all of the hard work from all of the members of #TeamStarTrek) Star Trek now means value once more and value means $$$ and $$$ means profits and profits means more Star Trek on the TV in our homes & in the Theater down the street where it all belonged in the first place. I mean … no pressure though JJ. Just saying. #ItGetsBetter ;) keep hope alive brother.

61. MP - February 11, 2012

This is wonderful, wonderful, wonderful news. Transformers, Marvel, Star Wars, and now Star Trek. Can’t wait to see what they do with 3.75″ figures from all the series and the new movie. Just hope they don’t cost as much as the Marvel figures do.

62. El Chup - February 11, 2012

Shame Lego didn’t get the contract – I’ve always wanted a Star Trek Lego video game!

63. JKP - February 11, 2012

If it ain’t LEGO, I don’t buy it for me or my kids.

64. Fox Mulder - February 11, 2012

This is good news. I liked the playmates stuff but here in the UK the figures didn’t come with any of the Bridge furniture stuff so having bought my initial Bridge playset I couldn’t complete it, which was really annoying (and they charged £29.99 for a big box that contained basically a mat and a bit of plastic) so it wasn’t cheap. Hope Hasbro do a proper job for the international audience.

65. Adolescent Nightmare - February 11, 2012

I have every Clone Wars figure. Can’t wait to get my figure of


66. Joseph Chapes - February 11, 2012

I wonder if there is a chance of Star Trek board games from Hasbro. Star Trek RIsk?

67. Dave in RI - February 11, 2012

For a thrilling bit of news that is of no interest to anyone here, I live about a stone’s throw (or in this case, a Mr. Potato Head’s throw) away from Hasbro.


68. VZX - February 11, 2012

67. Cool, do you get any inside info?

69. Red Dead Ryan - February 11, 2012


Do you ever go dumpster diving behind the building for any discarded toys?

70. Dave in RI - February 11, 2012

#68–No, unfortunately.

#69– I never have, but a friend of my sister’s worked in the Hasbro main office back in the early 80’s. This was about the time they were transitioning their GI Joe line from the large action figures to the small toys. They were thowing away alot of old original paintings that were used for the boxart of many of the old GI Joe toys. My sister’s friend was able to save these paintings and she gave them to me.

There were about 30 in all and I held onto them all those years not quite knowing what to do with them. I did finally sell them in 2010 to a collector for $70,000, so I was happy about that!

I really wish I knew someone who still worked in there!

71. Kirk, James T. - February 12, 2012

A lot of people on Toynewsi.com are wondering if this is a full line of toys or just Kre-O – I’ve told them that I believe it’s a full line of toys including Kre-O sets, action figures (like the SW ones), role play items (phasers, communicators, masks etc…) and perhaps ships and play sets?

I know we’ll probably not know for a while yet but I am right in thinking that it’s just like any other line from Hasbro and not just Kre-O toys?

72. Brandon - February 12, 2012

I’ve read the update about not expecting the full Hasbro treatment too. It would really be stupid to only get building the Kre-O sets alone. If that was the case I’d sure be upset that Lego didn’t the license for block sets. If we get an awesome 3 3/4″ line out of Hasbro everything else will be of little consequence to me. We’ve all seen CBS make some really stupid decisions in the past with the Star Trek franchise. So God only knows what is going on here! Don’t screw this up CBS! I want a Star Trek line of figures and playsets of the same quality of Star Wars and GI Joe and in the same scale!

73. Kirk, James T. - February 12, 2012

I’m sure they are gonna put out a full range of Star Trek toys – I think it’s just the way it’s worded isn’t that clear but it does state that Hasbro will be releasing Kre-O sets as well as a “robust” range of role play and a select range of action figures, It’s early days though but at least Hasbro have the master toy license for the entire franchise it seems.

I’d be mystified if Hasbro only released Kre-O sets for Trek.

74. Doc - February 12, 2012

I haven’t even finished my first novel yet, and I know where the advance is going (besides to the pre-requisite drugs and alcohol)

75. Brandon - February 13, 2012

Finally we might see some Star Trek toys. Diamond Select has been doing nothing with the Trek line but killing it. I mean Munster figures but no Star Trek figures? Seriously. It is the 25th Anniversary of Next Generation and they are producing nothing for it. No figures at all. Just two retro mego style of Picard and a Borg. I have seen the toy fair pics. They have 3 things for trek this year and that is it. Retro Picard & Borg; Retro style Mirror Universe Spock & Kirk, and a ridiculous mini-mate Enterprise.

76. Khan was Framed! - February 14, 2012

I just want to see a Classic Phaser that transforms into Megatron & a Bird of Prey version of Starscream.

Maybe a communcator Soundwave, too.

Go Hasbro!!

77. Rivas Jakarta - February 16, 2012

Some Titanium Star Trek ships would definitely hit the spot!

78. Caesar - February 16, 2012

If they can put out classic trek figures in the 4″ range with the same quality as they’ve done with the Star Wars line in the last 5 years…wow. I’m sold.

79. John - February 18, 2012

I was disappointed Playmates’ second wave didn’t come out… but if HASBRO is getting the license, I don’t care anymore!

80. Tony Williams - March 25, 2012

I would like to take this opportunity to suggest that Hasbro seriously consider manufacturing Star Trek Enterprise Figures in 4.5″ format to coincide with Playmates Star Trek action figures from the 1990’s. I can’t think of much more that would make me happy than to have the Enterprise Crew of NX-01 to go along with all my Classic Trek, Next Gen, DS9 & Voyager figures

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