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#97703 Enterprise c coming!?

Posted by MisterPL on 12 September 2022 - 10:45 AM

I know the response here will be regarded as one of the most insincere promises since "I won't come in your mouth" but here it is:



Jeremy D.: A few years ago you guys announced the reliant and enterprise C to your electronic starship line did you guys scrap those plans?

DSTChuck: They are not scrapped, development hit some road blocks, but we still hope to be able to get them both into production.

#97686 Star Trek 4 (14)

Posted by MisterPL on 29 August 2022 - 07:30 AM

We've lost yet another director:




This is just the universe saying, "Hey, the films had a good run. Keep Trek on the small screen, in long form and as far away from broadcast TV as possible."


Given the amount of time that has passed, I wouldn't mind seeing Decker, Ilia, Peter Preston, Demora Sulu, Saavik, and David introduced in the Kelvin timeline to become the next generation that helps bridge this version of TOS to the its version of TNG.

#97577 Star Trek: Discovery. Series talk and discussion

Posted by MisterPL on 19 March 2022 - 04:16 PM

Penultimate episodes are SO good at amping up the stakes. I imagine it's tough to deliver a good finale that isn't a cliffhanger.


I liked that everyone got to be heard, which seems to be a prevailing theme this season. It's important to have a voice, particularly when the issues are this big and so personal.


Species 10-C was pretty much what I expected, which is fine. The communication challenge was interesting. I'll admit to not being a fan of amorphic adversaries (from V'ger to Galactus and Parallax) so I was happy to see some kind of defined shape finally materialize.


Curious to see where the next season goes and more importantly who returns and in what capacity.

#97537 Meeting Whoopi Goldberg

Posted by MisterPL on 04 February 2022 - 12:02 PM

Too bad you're not closer. She just got an unexpected two-week vacation. Plenty of time to chat and sign memorabilia. I'm sure she'd love to hear from a fan.

#97470 Here we go again... Playmates is back in the Trek business!

Posted by MisterPL on 24 January 2022 - 03:05 PM

So when they say 5 inches is that exact or the approximation that was used for their original run?


That was the "scale" of the 1992-1999 line of core figures, though I've seen it referred to as 4.5" scale.

I guess this way we can either add new characters to our existing collections or upgrade. And the character selection is bland but pretty safe for a reboot.


I'm very interested in the packaging.

#97361 WIP USS Defiant 3D-print build.

Posted by MisterPL on 08 September 2021 - 06:18 PM

That's one way to celebrate Star Trek Day! Looking good!

#97276 WIP USS Defiant 3D-print build.

Posted by MisterPL on 06 July 2021 - 09:18 AM

That's RIDICULOUSLY brilliant.


I love those buttons. Obtrusive buttons on toys have been a nitpick of mine since I was wee. This is really taking shape! 

#97256 Star Trek: The OTHER Animated Series announced

Posted by MisterPL on 15 June 2021 - 03:01 PM

Prodigy keeps looking better and better. Check out those screen shots in this casting announcement. Very nice!

#97114 Star Trek: Discovery. Series talk and discussion

Posted by MisterPL on 10 December 2020 - 09:50 AM

People are still talking about the influence of Muhammad, Newton, Christ, Buddha and Confucius here on Earth without the benefit of such a robust historical record. They've been gone thousands of years.


In the very distant future I imagine it's not difficult to run a genetic scan to verify someone's identity, especially someone whose biological data was archived by Starfleet and the Federation.


Spock had a nutty, estranged brother, too. His family history continues to be revealed. Michael is far more interesting to me than Sybok or T'Pring.

#97103 Star Trek: Discovery. Series talk and discussion

Posted by MisterPL on 06 December 2020 - 12:39 AM

If only there was a toy licensee willing to manufacture toys. And a market to support those toys. We'd be on our second USS Discovery by now.


There are also some pretty toy-tastic characters and concepts this season, from Book's ship to the worker drones shown in the intro.

Damn, I miss Star Trek Minimates.

#97041 Star Trek: Lower Decks

Posted by MisterPL on 11 September 2020 - 10:58 AM

The opening bit of "Terminal Provocations" got me to laugh out loud. Well done.


The over-the-top security chief was fun. The space battle was unique. I loved the way they both mocked and one-upped every holodeck episode.


Okay. I'm ready for Lower Decks Minimates.

#96951 2020 Exclusives

Posted by MisterPL on 19 July 2020 - 01:43 PM

ONE cup and ONE saucer for $35?


That's fine for a convention exclusive I suppose but gimme a set of four for $50, please. Make it so.

#96924 Should Playmates make a Star Trek: Lower Decks line?

Posted by MisterPL on 13 July 2020 - 07:02 PM

I'm still waiting for someone to make figures based on the first animated series.

#96792 Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Posted by MisterPL on 15 May 2020 - 01:51 PM

Yeah, this CBS All Access is definitely ruining the franchise.

Personally, I'm looking forward to this series, as much as any other. After all, "Young minds, fresh ideas. Be tolerant."


#96731 New Star Trek Series starring Patrick Stewart

Posted by MisterPL on 16 April 2020 - 01:08 PM

Picard is what Generations could have been.


Instead of forcing the Next Gen cast into theaters prematurely, they should have learned that absence makes the heart grow fonder. But no, they thought it was simple as putting the TV cast in a film and everything would be super.


Any problems Star Trek: The Motion Picture had were forgiven at the time because it had been ten years since we'd seen these characters in live-action. It wasn't just the first Star Trek film, it was a reunion for fans and their favorite characters.


There's been even more pent-up demand for Picard & company since the dumpster fire that was Nemesis. Yes, a performer of Stewart's caliber has always been an asset, regardless of the material. But a significant part of the success of Picard has to do with fans simply missing seeing these characters on screen. I'm just glad it wasn't a feature film because I still strongly believe Trek's home is episodic television, not film.