Star Trek Merch: TOS Art Poster, EXO Ensign Ro, “Subspace Rhapsody” On Vinyl, And More

This week’s Star Trek merchandise update has a variety of stuff for fans from cool retro art to another fine figure to a musical on vynil and more.

Vice Press celebrates TOS with original fine art poster

UK-based Vice Press has another release celebrating Star Trek. The latest is a set of fine art posters for Star Trek: The Original Series by American illustrator and graphic designer, Lyndon Willoughby. The poster design “captures the late 60s stylings of the show perfectly,” according to Vice. The new TOS poster will initially be available in two limited, hand-numbered editions, a regular edition of 200 and a foil variant of 150, both 24 x 36 inches. Both will be available from Vice-Press.com on Thursday the 4th of April at 6 pm BST. The regular lithograph sells for £39.99 (around $55)  and the foil edition is £49.99 (around $65).

EXO Ro

EXO-6 has unveiled another Star Trek: The Next Generation character to add to their impressive line of 1:6 scale figures. Like others in the series, the Ensign Ro Laren figure stands 12″ tall, has multiple points of articulation, and comes with accessories and a stand. The figure is expected to arrive in Q3 and is available for pre-order at exo-6.com for $195 until April 9. The figure is also available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth.

“Subspace Rhapsody” on vinyl [pre-order sold out]

The songs from the Star Trek: Strange New Wolds musical episode “Subspace Rhapsody” are getting a limited vinyl album release from Lakeshore Records. This was announced at a “singalong” screening of the episode at Wondercon on Friday. The album arrives on June 7th and pre-orders are already sold out.

Cover revealed for Nana Visitor’s A Woman’s Trek

We have previously reported on Star Trek: Open a Channel: A Woman’s Trek, by DS9’s Nana Visitor, featuring her interviews with stars, writers, and producers to “reveal the struggles and triumphs of women both behind and in front of the camera throughout the sixty-year history” of the franchise. The book arrives on October 1, 2024. This week a cover for the book was revealed. You can pre-order the book now in hardcover at Amazon, or from a local bookstore at bookshop.org.

Out this week: Echoes comic collection

IDW’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Echoes collection was released on March 26 in paperback and Kindle eBook. You can order now at Amazon, or from a local bookstore at bookshop.org.

TMP – Echoes collection

Bargain of the Week: Little TOS People for $14

Amazon has the Little People Collector Star Trek Special Edition Set for 46% off, now just $13.99.

 


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I’m looking forward to Nana’s book, but where’s Deanna?

Yes, and T’Pol deserves to be there as well.

And Jadzia!!!!!!

There’s not nearly enough space on a book cover to feature all (or most) of the women involved with Trek. If Jolene Blalok, Marina Sirtis, and Terry Farrel chose not to participate in this project, then it’s reasonable they wouldn’t be featured on a cover.

And that answers my question. Thanks :D

I find it interesting that outside of Kira, they only includes the humans on the cover.
The Homo sapiens-only club strikes again!

The book is recounting histories about the women involved with Trek. Setting aside for the moment that all these people are homo sapiens, their characters or roles in the franchise are secondary to the narrative of the book.

I’ve always considered Seven to be an aspiring human.

That poster is sweet!

I really hope someone releases the soundtracks to TUC-INS on vinyl. They’d sell so well!