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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 12:18 pm 
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While we're on the Galoob years of TNG stuff I thought I'd share pics of my collection. Here ya go.....

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Bele and Lokai.
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Khan and security officer from Eminiar 7.
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Ambassador Sarek, Spock from Yosemite, and Saavik.
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and Vixis, Scotty, and Admiral McCoy.
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Again, all of these are over 20 years old but needed some minor repair and better photographs.

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
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I am looking for technical drawings of a borg alcove.

Thank you.

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:31 am 
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"Spock, where are we?"
"The moon, Captain."
"But, thats impossible. There is no Earth."
"Nonetheless, this is Earth's moon."
"Scotty, report."
"Sir, this equipment is older than ma scotch!"
"Jim! That sick bay looks like a damn computer center!"
"Here we go with the engineers again."
"I heard that, Lieutenant."

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
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Updated Megos with newly completed Bolian crewmember.
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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 9:44 pm 
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Thanks to the ongoing LoSH teamup. And the upcoming Dr. Who teamup...
I have been on a Star Trek kick lately.
So when I get on a kick I go get toys.

(Its kinda funny though...
For years after the 2009 movie, you could still find most of the line at big lots. It was there abundantly when I did not want it.
But now that I want it, all of that stuff is magically gone.
Yet, it is still really easy to find a lot of the 2009 line around, especially online.)


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Taking it back...
It still is really, REALLY, easy to stiff find alot of this line.
I guess my mom just didn't look hard enough when she went to big lots to look for me...
But I went tonight and they had a ton still.
They might have restocked which is even sadder. Means they still have a ton of the stuff to get rid of.
Got Kirk, Sulu, Chekov, and the transporter with Scotty.
$10 for the bridge and/or transporter. And they had alot of those left.
The only figure that is just really hard to get is the 4in Uhura.

But then I go looking at stuff from Playmates 20 YEARS ago, and see something really kinda sad.
I bought a 20 YEAR!!! old Q in TNG uniform for $8. I'm thinking of getting a Guinan figure - $8.
Two very popular ST characters that should be pretty valuable now - 20 years later. But no.
Basically, Star Trek figures have not lost any value, BUT not GAINED any value.
They are basically just the price of action figures today.
They have only kept up with inflation.

Whats up with that?
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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
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Just an update, I am still seeing a little of the playmates stuff at Big Lots, TRU, and a few other places, on clearance of course. The new Into Darkness stuff is out now but sadly no company was up to the challenge of producing real action figures for this.

Hasbro and Mattel have gone off on a 5 PoA kick lately with their superheroes, and 5 PoA has never served Trek poorly, so it seems that some good figures would not be hard to do.

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
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Very cool that you've got all the aliens from that line. I've JUST jumped into those expensive waters. Got a nice loose Arcturian the other day. Gonna be slow going on getting the rest, though. Thanks for the pics.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:40 pm 
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Oh, I guess you said you're still needing the Betelgusian. Regardless, still a great collection.

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Oh, I guess you said you're still needing the Betelgusian. Regardless, still a great collection.

Yeah, last time I saw him in person was December 1991. Guy had a set of all six and wanted mint on mint card price. Problem was they were not mint cards. I told him he would not sell them at that price and he didn't, took them home with him. Didn't even make table.

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
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LordMudd wrote:
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Very cool that you've got all the aliens from that line. I've JUST jumped into those expensive waters. Got a nice loose Arcturian the other day. Gonna be slow going on getting the rest, though. Thanks for the pics.


Here are some forums you might look at for these figures:

http://www.trektoy.com

http://megomuseum.com ( since they are Mego figures)

http://www.allscaletrek.com ( this is a new forum )

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:17 am 
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Thanks, Triple C. They are a really cool set of figures. I was excited to get the Arcturian. Of course, once you get one...

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 Post subject: Re: STAR TREK
PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2013 6:54 am 
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The coolest trek figure has gotta be Neptunian (even if he never appeared on the show) Image


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We will agree to disagree. Among the big Megos the Romulan is better, while in the small ones the Klingon has a lot of detail but the Saurian, which they incorrectly called a Rigellian, has to be the best. A true alien looking alien in Starfleet uniform is just cool because it is so rarely done.

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LordMudd wrote:
We will agree to disagree. Among the big Megos the Romulan is better, while in the small ones the Klingon has a lot of detail but the Saurian, which they incorrectly called a Rigellian, has to be the best. A true alien looking alien in Starfleet uniform is just cool because it is so rarely done.

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Romulan and Andorian are great figures. the 8 in Klingon is show accurate also. If somebody picked any of those 3 I wouldn't disagree with them.


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