It’s been a busy week in the world of Star Trek merchandise from books to music to collectibles. We have rounded up the highlights of the latest things targeting your latinum.
Patrick Stewart is “Making It So”
Sir Patrick Stewart started working on his first memoir during the pandemic, and this week the cover and title were revealed. Arriving on October 3 from publisher Simon & Schuster, Making it So: A Memoir promises to cover Stewart’s life, “from his acclaimed stage triumphs to his legendary onscreen work in the Star Trek and X-Men franchises.” Stewart told EW, “Every moment of working on it has been thrilling for me because it was a brand-new experience.” You can pre-order Making It So: A Memoir at Amazon on hardcover for $35.00, Kindle ebook for $18.17, and audio CD (ready by Stewart) for $43.58.
SNW Soundtrack is out (Picard S3 too)
After a long wait, Lakeshore Records has released the original soundtrack for the first season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds by composer Nami Melumad. The 29-track soundtrack is available digitally CLICK HERE FOR LINKS. They also released the full version on YouTube.
And in case you missed it, last week Lakeshore released the full soundtrack for season 3 of Star Trek: Picard from composers Stephen Barton and Frederik Wiedmann. CLICK HERE FOR DIGITAL LINKS. The 45-track soundtrack is also available in full on YouTube.
First Playmates Prodigy figures out now
Just arriving in stores is the first wave of Star Trek: Prodigy figures from Playmates Toys. This includes Gwyn, Dal (w/ Murf), Zero, and Jankom Pog. Each 5″ figure features multiple points of articulation and a number of accessories. You can pick them up now at Amazon: Dal/Murf – $15.99 , Gwyndala – $12.99, Zero – $12.99, Jankom Pog – $15.34. A Hologram Janeway figure is set to arrive in May and you can pre-order it at Entertainment Earth for $14.99. They have not yet announced when they will release a Rok Tahk figure or the USS Protostar vehicle toy.
Super 7 TNG Victorians out now
Super 7 has released its third wave of Star Trek: The Next Generation 3 3/4″ figures. This wave of four figures has the Victorian theme from the classic TNG episode “Elementary, Dear Data” and features Data as Holmes, Geordi as Watson along with Victorian Picard and Worf. The figures cost $20 each and you can pick them up now at Entertainment Earth: Picard, Worf, Data, and Geordi.
Super 7 has also just announced their second wave of “Ultimates” 7″ TNG figures. This wave will include Captain Picard, Guinan, and Lieutenant Worf. Due out in early 2024 and priced at $55 each, you can pre-order each figure at Entertainment Earth.
EXO-6 Ensign Kim and Picard figures revealed
EXO-6, makers of high-end 1:6 Star Trek figures, have unveiled their latest entry from the Voyager collection: Ensign Harry Kim. Like all of their 12-inch articulated figures, Kim will arrive with a stand and accessories, including interchangeable hands. You can pre-order the figure now at EXO-6.com for $170. It is set to be released later this summer and is also available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth for $170.
EXO-6 has also announced plans for a line of figures tied to the third season of Star Trek: Picard. These will include Admiral Picard, Worf, and Vadic. They are not yet available for pre-order, but more details on the release are available at startrek.com.
Bishoujo Vulcan Statue revealed
If you are looking for something different and are a fan of anime-style Bishoujo figures, Kotobukiya has announced a Star Trek Vulcan Science Officer Bishoujo Statue, the first of three Star Trek statues they are developing. The 1:7 scale statue is around 8.5 inches tall with a base designed to look like the surface of an alien planet. The statue is priced at $130 and will arrive in November. It can be pre-ordered at Entertainment Earth.
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