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Battle Beasts is back, baby! (kinda)
Good news and great news: Diamond Select Toys has released images & details for 20 of the collectibles on display at NYCC... and it includes some Battle Beasts! Regular readers may recall my borderline obsession with DST'...

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Boldly go where Lego minifigures have not gone before

Set phasers to fun!
Jun 10
// Soul Tsukino
The crew over at have announced their newest offering of famous faces in mini figure form with four of the crew members of the Starship Enterprise. Star Trek's main players Kirk, Spock, Scotty, and Sulu are no...
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DST's Fall offerings will have you throwing your money at your screen

In Fall, your bank's balance falls
May 11
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys is ready to relentlessly hammer at your bank account with an array of AWESOME. DST recently posted its upcoming Fall offerings which includes an array of TV, movie, comic figures, and more! First and forem...
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C2E2 2015

C2E2 2015: Diamond Select Toys

Bringing Bruce Timm's designs to 3D
Apr 29
// Tianxiao Ma
Diamond Select Toys always brings a smorgasbord of goods to each convention covering a disparate range of properties. Of course, their comic book properties always take center stage. This time it was the Batman and Superman a...

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Borg Pony plush wants you to join the herd

Resistance is futile.
Dec 31
// Rachael Chambers
This highly detailed and exquisitely cuddly Borg Pony was created by EquestriaPlush, master creator of handmade equine plushies. The quality and attention to detail on all of her ponies is remarkable, but this one takes the c...
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NYCC 2014 QMx

NYCC 2014: QMx

I need to have that Battlestar Galactica poster
Oct 14
// Tianxiao Ma
QMx is doing a lot to keep the spirit of Firefly alive, as you can tell from their presence at NYCC. Oh wait, that's a picture of Captain Hammer in the header? I think maybe they're just keeping the spirit of Nathan Fillion a...
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A future where the planet isn't covered in oceans?
Diamond Select Toys' new offerings in the latest issue of PREVIEWS include a very expensive Back to the Future 2 Mr. Fusion prop replica (priced around US$400!), the affordable-y awesome Marvel Select Cable (US$25), a cool ne...

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Themed to Star Trek, Star Wars, and Firefly
We officially have one foot firmly in September and Loot Crate has announced the theme for this month's box. Drawing from the Sci-fi realms of Star Trek, Star Wars, and Firefly, the next round is called "Galactic." As always,...

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Well, technically Robocop never left this world but there's still time for an "In Space" sequel
Funko has released images of its long-awaited Science Fiction Mystery Minis series. This blind-boxed series features characters from a multitude of science fiction movies (in much the same way that the Horror Mystery Minis se...

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What could be a cooler than a Borg Ice Cube?
In space, nobody can hear you scream about Diamond Select Toys' awesome new items in the latest issue of Previews. The selection includes a Borg Ice Cube make, a Rarity vinyl bank, Godzilla Minimates series 2, Buck Rogers Min...

SDCC 2014: ThinkGeek

Aug 01 // Natalie Kipper
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A treasure trove for every flavor of geek
The majority of ThinkGeek's San Diego Comic-Con booth was dedicated to upcoming goodies with a smaller vending section to the side. The company's con-exclusive goods included a Bee and Puppycat inflatable sword, Star Wars R2-...

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SDCC 2014 QMx

SDCC 2014: QMx

Desire to own is independent of ability to own
Jul 25
// Tianxiao Ma
If you're a sci-fi fan, you should really know about QMx (Quantum Mechanix). Their entire existence is like a love letter to all of my favorite sci-fi TV franchises. At SDCC this year, the marquee features were two large scal...

Batman villains, ponies, and robots, oh my! DST's latest product listings

Jul 19 // Scarecroodle
The biggest news item might be My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Fluttershy vinyl bank, as it was previously kept under wraps. Fluttershy is the second entry in the series (the third, Rarity, has yet to be officially unveiled), following the previously revealed (and currently up for pre-order) Applejack. She's slated for an early 2015 release and has a US$23 MSRP. [ Pre-order at Entertainment Earth | Diamond Select Toys ] Personally, I'm more interested in the Frank Gorshin Riddler vinyl bank bust (not to be confused with the John Astin Riddler vinyl bank bust... which isn't a thing yet anyway). The Riddler was among my favorite rogues in the classic Batman tv series, in no small part for Frank Gorshin's manic performance (which may have inspired Jim Carrey's over-the-top version of the Riddler in Batman Forever). Although this is an unmasked version (and labeled as such, which might mean a masked version is on the way?), I'm wondering if you can place the mask over the Riddler's face. Even if it wasn't the greatest fit, it would make the vinyl bank bust a pretty awesome release. This 6-inch tall bank bust features the same Gotham city skyline as previous entries in the series and can be pre-ordered for US$60. He's slated for a Winter release. [ Pre-order at Entertainment Earth | Diamond Select Toys ] Even cooler than the Riddler might be this electronic lights and sound B9 Robot (Lost in Space). This 10-inch tall robot is something of a steal at US$50 given that the lights on the head and chest can be set to blink continuous (unlike those lame collectibles where one push is a limited action) and it apparently features three lines of dialogue: "I will accompany you, you may need protection." "Cannot compute, programming data insufficient." "Danger!" (repeated) Granted, it would have been nice if it had at least *one* complaint about Dr. Smith (what, no "Dr. Smith is lying!"), but it's a neat selection especially considering that one "Danger! Danger!" might have otherwise been enough. The B9 Robot *also* features articulation in his arms, claws, waist, and even its head can be raised/lowered. This 10-inch electronic figure (which, again, is only US$50) is slated for a 2015 release. Did I mention it's only US$50 yet? Because that seems a little crazy [ Pre-order at Entertainment Earth | Diamond Select Toys ] Sci-fi fans can also look forward to the Star Trek Undiscovered Country Enterprise A Electronic Ship. This 16-inch model of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A features all-new lights, sound and paint, all based on the ship's appearance in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. It has a US$65 MSRP and is slated for an early 2015 release. [ Pre-order at Entertainment Earth | Diamond Select Toys ] Finally, there's Sin City Minimates Series 2 "Hard Goodbye" Box Set, based on the Marv segment from the first Sin City movie (in turn based on the Frank Miller comic). It features Marv, Kevin, Cardinal Roark, and Wendy. Fans of the film may recall that some of the characters are also appearing in the 6.5-inch Select line. The set features a US$20 MSRP and is slated for an early January release. [ Pre-order at Entertainment Earth | Diamond Select Toys ] The "Bluntman and Chronic" Cock-Knocker Retro Action figure is also available for pre-order at this point. He features a US$20 MSRP.
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Riddle me this: What's green and purple and available for pre-order soon?
Diamond Select Toys' latest PREVIEWS offerings (now available for pre-order) inlcude a MLP:FIM Fluttershy vinyl bank, an electronic B9 robot, and the Frank Gorshin Riddler vinyl bank bust. In short, it's another mixed month. Details after the jump.

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It's a pretty big month
Diamond Select Toys is preparing for an action-packed July with a slew of movie, comic, and cartoon-related collectibles to appear in the month's Previews magazine. Highlights include a NEW Femme Fatales Lady Death statue (US...

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Days of Future SDCCs Past! DST announces SDCC exclusives

These are the days of our conventions past
Jun 14
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys has announced its SDCC '14 exclusives which includes Minimates box set based on the original X-Men: Days of Future Past comic, a burning Godzilla vinyl bank bust, blood-splattered Marv, and more. Details after the jump.
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Tomopop LinkUP

Tomopop LinkUP: Winter (Soldier) Blues

Bring on the superhero movies
Mar 08
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
I know I've talked a lot about the terrible winter we've been experiencing so I don't want to spend a lot of time on that. I'll just quickly say that I have a feeling I'll be pulling weeds from my garden this year while it's ...
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Star Trek

Hidemi Matsuzuka shows images of PAK Star Trek figures

I think I've been seeing too many Spiderman promos
Jan 08
// Vanessa Cubillo
We first saw Square Enix’s Star Trek Into Darkness PAK figures painted at NYCC. Now Hidemi Matsuzuka has taken to social media to share official images of Kirk and Spock. It’s interesting, the pictures of the fig...
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DST update

DST goes to Infinity Gauntlet (bottle opener) and beyond

Tomopop editor hopes readers don't notice the re-used Toy Story reference
Dec 31
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys' Infinity Gauntlet and Darth Vader bottle openers release this week. DST has also released a video highlighting upcoming releases that also includes a give-away. The Infinity Gauntlet bottle opener, previo...
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QMx Mirror Spock

QMx Mirror Spock finds your lack of terror illogical

He doesn't threaten, he merely states facts.
Dec 08
// Tianxiao Ma
This Q-Pop Mirror Spock was at the QMx booth at SDCC as an exclusive, but now a limited supply is being made available for online orders. Representing the Terran Empire of another universe, this Spock has a decidedly more vic...

Tomopop Review: Minimates 'The Trouble with Tribbles' set

Nov 18 // Scarecroodle
Figure Name: Star Trek Minimates "The Trouble with Tribbles" U.S.S. Enterprise setFigure Maker: Diamond Select ToysPrice: US$30 MSRPAvailable at: ArtFX | Big Bad Toy Store The size of the front blister and its contents doesn't leave much room for decoration, but DST managed to fit a small insert in the front that depicts Captain Kirk alongside the Star Trek logo without really blocking anything. Otherwise, the front of the card seems to feature a space backdrop. You'll probably notice that one of the ... orange things (one schematic I'm looking at calls it a "Bussard Ramscoop") has fallen off in box. The units are designed to be detachable so it's not a real defect or anything. The card back appears rather generic, containing no reference to the specific episode and showing off a Kirk from what I assume was the original set. Once you open the package and get everything out on a table, you'll notice that you have a LOT of stuff. The USS Enterprise comes unassembled and includes a sticker sheet for extra detailing. You'll also notice a stand, a Captain Kirk Minimate with accessories, and a bagful of Tribbles. Well, it looks like there's a lot of work ahead. Can Captain Kirk pull it all together? The assembly was surprisingly scary, with a few of the pieces taking quite a bit of effort to snap into place (and doing so with quite a bit of noise). However, nothing broke and everything seems sturdy once fit together so my fears were probably unfounded. The more cartoon-y style flatters the U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701, as its cuteness is out of this solar system. The Enterprise features a lot of painted on detail as well as some opening compartments. The top of the ship can flip open to reveal the bridge but, since I don't have either the chair or the stickers in yet, let's take a look at the stand. The stand consists of three pieces. The middle piece (closer to the bottom) can be removed which gives you an adjustable height. While I'll probably keep the Enterprise lower down (so it has less distance to fall if I accidentally knock it over), it's great that we have the option of displaying it a bit higher up, which I imagine works well when you have several ships displayed next to one another. Speaking of options, the captain's chair can be placed on either the ship's bridge or, by mounting it on a separate piece, displayed separately outside the Enterprise. The chair itself looks great and features sculpted details instead of just being painted on. It's tiny yet seems to contain a lot of detail. At any rate, I suppose it's time to stop procrastinating and actually decorate the bridge with those stickers. Stickers terrify me. I'm always worried about not placing them properly, which leads to either a wrinkle or the thing being off-center. Sure, you can pull them back a little to reset them, but it messes with the adhesive and makes the other big sticker issue — the risk of tearing the sticker itself — all the more likely. Thankfully, Diamond Select toys has seen fit to include two identical sticker sheets just in case you're, well, me (or I am you?) or equally clumsy. The stickers (thankfully) just consist of two long sheets. At first glance I had assumed that I'd have to individually place about a dozen stickers which is basically just asking for trouble. As it was, the first sticker went on fine while the second had some minor scrunching although the problem is only really noticeable up close; there's definitely some room for failure without messing up the display value of the bridge. The stickers depict various displays and control consoles, as well as a door at the rear of the bridge. The screens are set to all sorts of presumably unrelated stuff (spaceships, planets, star clusters, etc, although one looks like Deep Space Station K-7, which appeared in the episode) which I assume was done to make things more interesting. It does a nice job of providing detail to the bride while fitting in the with the Minimates style. I imagine it may have been even cuter if the spaceships displayed on the screen looked more Minimate-inspired, although that might be a very hard trick to pull off. Having discussed some the particulars of the ship in detail (we'll get into the features in a little bit), I'd like to take a moment to take a look at the accessories. First up is the enterprising Captain James Tiberius Kirk. The dashing captain features a green outfit (meant to depict the greenish-yellow one seen in the episode) and the most adorable smugly self-assured little smirk. This version of Kirk is exclusive to the set. The Creature from the Black Lagoon seen fighting Kirk is sold separately in a completely different Minimates series. Second we have a growing number of tribbles. For those unfamiliar with a tribble (or the concept behind them), these small, furry aliens are considered dangerous despite their relatively harmless appearance since they have the ability to get into just about anything and possess both enormous appetites as well as a speedy reproduction cycle. As such, one tribble quickly becomes ten becomes a hundred becomes a thousand becomes, well, too many to handle at which point you're in big tribble (or in a big pile of tribbles). The set contains around forty tribbles (I say "around" because I have about thirty-nine of them and I assume that I lost no more than one or two... I guess that's the trouble with tribbles?). The tribbles are fabric balls colored brown, gray, or white. While just tiny bits of material, they're surprisingly cute, although that really comes from knowing what they're supposed to represent and, given how few physical features the original tribbles had, these little puff balls are ideal representations. It's certainly a creative way to put together a new set. Both of the "Bussard Ramscoop" (again, I believe this what the orange things are called) are removable and feature some space where you can store tribbles. The engineering section can flip open to reveal the Jeffries Tube which, coincidentally, makes for another good tribble storage place. In short, (and to repurpose a Jay-Z verse) I got forty (or so) tribbles but a place to store them ain't one. All things considered, Diamond Select Toys' Star Trek Minimates "The Trouble with Tribbles" U.S.S. Enterprise is a pretty neat set with around forty reasons why fans may prefer it over other versions. Besides that, it comes with what's probably my favorite version of Captain Kirk so far. [Big thanks to Diamond Select Toys for sending over this review sample]
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Reviewing boldly where no Tomopop reviewer has reviewed before
Space: the final frontier to be filled up on your shelves. These are the voyages of the website Tomopop. Its ongoing mission: to explore strange new toy lines, to seek out new collectibles and new companies, to boldly let you...

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ThunderCats and a new USS Enterprise Minimates in stores

The Minimates Enterprise is even cuter in box
Oct 31
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys has announced that its Star Trek "The Cage" Enterprise Minimates Vehicle, ThunderCats Minimates series 4, and latest monster banks should be in stores this week. The monster banks (and a slew of other horr...
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Funko finally makes Supernatural Pop! figures

Funko also shows new Star Trek Pop! figures
Oct 24
// Vanessa Cubillo
After nine years of being on TV, Funko is finally making Pop! figures of characters from the TV show, Supernatural. Yes, the Pop! treatment has been given to the demon hunting brothers, Sam and Dean. Sorry fans, there's no C...
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Thanks for reminding us about the RoboCop reboot, Square Enix
On the film and comic license side of things, Square Enix brought plenty of Play Arts Kai with them. The Spock and Kirk Star Trek Into Darkness figures were shown off in their painted forms for the first time, and we saw a fe...

Custom Made Monday: Pop Culture Madness

Sep 30 // Vanessa Cubillo
Lego Attack on Titan by funnystuffs Flickr user, funnystuffs, has created custom LEGO figures from the hot anime, Attack on Titan. He's created figures for Levi, Petra, Erwin, Eren, Mikasa and Armin. Each mini figure has been designed with stickers and hair pieces to look exactly like the characters from the anime. To see more detailed pictures of these figures you can visit his flickr stream. There you will also see some of his other cool LEGO work.  Pollen Kaiser of Borg by Josh Mayhem Artist, Josh Mayhem, is now showing off his latest custom Pollen Kaiser called Pollen Kaiser of Borg. This custom figure was made for Toy Art Gallery's anniversary show that ran last month in Hollywood, California. This Pollen Kaiser is customized to look like a Borg from Star Trek. I'm not a Star Trek fan, but still all the details this figure has to look like a Borg is well done.  Booba Plush by Merry Happy Studios Merry Happy Studios is a very cute online store founded by Wendy Chan. She sells stationary, bags, jewelry and more with cute characters of her own design. One of her newest items is a giant plush of a cute character named Booba. This 10 inch plush is handmade with soft felt and can be used as a pillow. You can order one for yourself on the Merry Happy Studio website for US$22.  Deep in the Forest by Kinko-White DeviantArt member, Kinko-White, has created two custom figures from the movie series, Lord of the Rings. Titled "Deep in the Forest," she's made figures of the characters Thranduil and Legolas. These two figures are almost three inches tall and made from cernit polymer clay and acrylic. You can check her profile to see more Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones and Sherlock art.  Baby Magma Dragon by DragonsAndBeasties DeviantArt member, DragonsAndBeasties, is an artist who makes dragons, ponies and other magical looking creatures. One of her latest creations is of a baby magma dragon called Magmini. This cute little dragon is made from colored clay and is two inches tall. Magmini is adorable from its shiny eyes to its heart shaped paw print. This cute custom will be up for auction soon on DragonAndBeasties' eBay account. Dalek Android by Deth Becomes You Deth Becomes You is a talented sculptor who's latest work comes from the show, Dr. Who. He has created a new series of custom Dalek Android minis. These customs are five inches tall and are made using vinyl Android minis and cast resin for the components. If these Dalek figures look good to you, you can preorder them by emailing Deth Becomes You directly at  Heisenberg custom Breaking Bad Dunny by Eckotyper Breaking Bad is now over, but the customs will live on. Artist, Eckotyper, has created a small run of custom Heisenberg Dunnys. These figures are three inches tall, translucent blue and teal, and have the Heisenberg logo on them. Each figure will come with a bag of "Crystal Blue" meth candy. This run is only limited to six and are sold blind bag style. You can pick one of these custom figures up from Eckotyper's online store for US$45. Darkest Mascot by Patrick Wong Patrick Wong has taken Kidrobot's Mascot and turned him into a styling B-boy. Called Darkest or B-boy Darkest, this figure comes from Wong's illustration "Spirit of '84". Darkest is designed wearing Cazal glasses, Adidas tracksuit and shell toe sneakers. Classic 80's attire! This figure is seven inches tall and comes with a custom designed box and signed edition art card. This character is also available as a three inch Munny, and will come in a custom designed box.  The Parrot Family by 3EyedBear Are you a fan of paper crafts? Are you a fan of birds? Well if you answered yes to at least one of these, you should check out the latest paper toy from 3Eyedbear. The Parrot Family is a new DIY toy you can buy. This set will include the material and know how that will help you create a parrot family of your very own. Each DIY set will come with flat pack templates to make the dad, mom and baby parrot signed by 3Eyedbear, the manual, a mini comic book and collectible stickers. You can order your own Parrot Family set from 3Eyedbear's online store for €9.95. Pacific Rim plushes by Anna the Red Now here's something cute for a good cause. Anna the Red has created these custom Pacific Rim plush toys for the Desert Bus for Hope fundraiser. This event will raise help raise money for the charity, Child's Play, which is dedicated to improving the lives of children in hospitals. Her plush creations of Gipsy Danger and Otachi are based on the paintings by Scott Campbell from Pacific Rim. These plushes will come as a set. If you're interested in trying to get these and want to help out a good cause, check out the Desert Bus for Hope website to find out when the auctions will begin.   [That officially welcomes back Custom Made Monday. If you want your customs to be featured in our next installment, email us and show us your work.]
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Many customs from popular TV shows, anime and movies along with some original creations
Hey everyone! Custom Made Monday disappeared for a bit, but it couldn't stay gone for long. We hear about so many great customs that we just aren't able to cover them all. So of course Custom Made Monday had to come back! We...

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I think I need that Pooka plush
Diamond Select Toys has really grabbed my attention with their latest list of previews, this time for items to be released in early 2014. The company has announced their first plush release, Pooka the goblin cat from Tar...

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SDCC Entertainment Earth

SDCC 2013: Entertainment Earth

Because Earth is a very entertaining planet.
Jul 26
// Scarecroodle
Entertainment Earth had some exclusives on display at its SDCC booth as well as general product. The exclusives included Venture Bros. figures (including a blood-soaked, naked Brock Samson because, you know, apparently there'...
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SDCC 2013: News from Diamond Select Toys' panel

Some retro properties and an interesting teaser
Jul 24
// Tianxiao Ma
Diamond Select Toys ran a panel at SDCC detailing some of their upcoming products, the stuff they had on the show floor, and some plans for the future. The big takeaway from the panel is that retro is apparently the way of th...
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SDCC Heroclix

SDCC 2013: NECA - Heroclix / tabletop games

Would you like to play a game?
Jul 21
// Scarecroodle
NECA's SDCC booth wouldn't be complete without a sizable Heroclix display. In addition the expected stuff like Marvel Heroclix, there was an array of the fantastic, the scientific fantastic, and the filmographic (or, as one might say, fantasy, sci-fi, and movie stuff). Also on display were some other games, such as the Team Fortress 2 chess set. Hit the jump for all the details.
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SDCC 2013: Quantum Mechanix

1/6-scale Mal Reynolds, nothing else matters
Jul 21
// Tianxiao Ma
In terms of things that appealed to me personally, Quantum Mechanix was the big winner at Comic Con. Their booth wasn't the biggest or the flashiest, but it tapped into all of my nerdy sci-fi love. Star Trek, Battlestar Galac...
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SDCC 2013: Diamond Select Toys (non-Minimates)

Diamond Select Toys - It's not just Minimates
Jul 20
// Scarecroodle
In addition to a slew of Minimate offering, Diamond Select Toys also had figures, statues, and other assorted collectibles at their SDCC booth. The big one here was the previously hyped Marvel Select Silver Surfer, although other upcoming items were also there as well as a handful of exciting announcements. Full details after the jump.
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Eaglemoss Darkseid, etc

Eaglemoss's Darkseid will Rook you; other intriguing news

Eaglemoss to sell a series of just-magazines
Jul 17
// Scarecroodle
Eaglemoss has further expanded their Justice League Chess Set with four new entries: Darkseid (black rook), Bizarro (black pawn), Power Girl (white pawn), and Green Arrow (white pawn), all of whom are currently available for ...

Hikaru Sulu joins the MIMOBOT Trek fleet

Oh, myyyyyy
May 22
// Kristina Pino
The latest by MIMOBOT is the addition of Mr Sulu to their Star Trek fleet of flash drives, available at up to 128GB ( for up to US$129.99) capacity right now. This designer flash drive has an edition size of 1.000 and each one is numbered. Of course, besides the cool-ness of the exterior, the drive comes pre-loaded with the usual goodies from MIMOCO. A wise choice! [Buy from MIMOCO]  
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DST Star Trek ships

Starfleet grows with two ships from Diamond Select

A new Enterprise-E colorway and the Excelsior
May 15
// Tianxiao Ma
Diamond Select Toys' Star Trek lineup is growing with the addition of two more model ships. As you can see, the big news is the addition of the U.S.S. Excelsior, which debuted in Star Trek III and was described by Scotty as a...
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Diamond Select Picard

Make it so: Diamond Select adds Picard to Star Trek line

Set for an autumn release that can't come soon enough
May 15
// Brian Szabelski
Diamond Select's next Star Trek Select figure has been revealed, and after two releases from the original series, we're getting one from The Next Generation in Jean-Luc Picard. Picard's pose has him with phaser in hand onboar...
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DST Star Trek 7" figures

Diamond Select Toys unveils two new Star Trek figures

Couldn't think of a "boldly going" pun
May 08
// Tianxiao Ma
Trekkers everywhere, Diamond Select Toys has a treat for you! They're producing two new 7" figures based on two classic episodes from Star Trek. Both will come with a number of interchangeable parts, a diorama base, and ...

Minimates Enterprise finds itself in a Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror, on the wall, what's the cutest spaceship of them all?
Mar 20
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys' exclusive "Mirror, Mirror" I.S.S. Enterprise is currently available for pre-order. This variant is based on an alternate reality's Starship Enterprise (from the episode "Mirror, Mirror") where Kirk and hi...

Check out Diamond Toy Select's Enterprise E

To boldy go where no man has gone before.
Mar 12
// Jon Wills
So, you all remember Star Trek Nemesis the movie right? I won't lie, I fell asleep during that movie but admittedly on my second time watching it. Well, if you enjoyed that movie and or Star Trek in general you...

Take a nap on Data with this fluffy pillow

Dream of space and voyages
Mar 04
// Pedro Cortes
When you think of Data, the little android who could from Star Trek: The Next Generation, soft and fluffy are two words that wouldn't normally enter your vocabulary. Thanks to Fabi Phil on Etsy, now you can add those words to...

Set your Disruptors to... disrupt

Do these things even have a non-lethal application?
Feb 26
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys has released more photos and video of their upcoming Klingon Disruptors. These replicas, based on the Klingon space-gun from the Star Trek franchise, feature light-up and multiple sound effects. DST's Klin...

Toy Fair 2013: Diamond Select Toys

The Infinity Gauntlet is powerful enough to open any bottle!
Feb 15
// Scarecroodle
Diamond Select Toys was one of the booths we weren't able to cover at Toy Fair, but Zach over at DST filled us in on some stuff and even provided some photos. My favorite of the lot had to be the new Marvel bottle openers. Wh...

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