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by Daniel Pickett
January 10, 2014
Is it the 24th century already? It must be, because this week’s New Toy Day brings one of the 24th’s greatest starship captains, the commander of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, Captain Jean-Luc Picard! Jean-Luc is the newest Star Trek Select figure from Diamond Select Toys, and he hits comic shops and specialty stores across North…

 

by Daniel Pickett
May 24, 2013
Check out packaged shots of the specialty and Toys R Us two-packs for Star Trek Legacy Minimates Series 1, fully articulated 2-inch mini-figures with plenty of weapons and accessories. They’re heading to stores in June, but here’s a sneak peek! To refresh your memory, the following are at comic shops and specialty stores: – Admiral…

 

by Daniel Pickett
May 15, 2013
PICARDSelectNEW1-500x750.jpg Star Trek Select Kirk and Spock are on their way to U.S. shores, and fans are already looking beyond them to see who will follow in their footsteps. Well, Diamond Select Toys has unveiled the next Select, and it’s the captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise D and E, Jean-Luc Picard! Wearing his classic TV outfit,…

 

by Daniel Pickett
April 25, 2013
AFi8thScoopbanner-500x661.png DAY 2  For those of us that have been Minimates collectors from the begining we remember Star Trek as being one of the original licenses that Art Asylum applied to the format.  This is back when Minimates were the larger 2″ format.   There was also another very successful run for several years that ran almost…

 

by Daniel Pickett
August 28, 2012
Going to a comic book shop on Wednesday — a.k.a. “New Toy Day” — is like celebrating the holidays every week, especially with all the new product shipping to stores from Diamond Select Toys. Check out what shipped to stores this week! Star Trek: The Next Generation Retro Picard and Borg Figures The toys may…

 

by Daniel Pickett
January 13, 2012
With a whopping 16 figures released in the cloth-costume Star Trek Retro toy line, Diamond Select Toys and EMCE Toys have successfully re-released most of the original Mego figures from the 1970s. They’ve also made five all-new additions to the line, preserving the essence of the old 8-inch toys while increasing the quality. So what’s…

 

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