Tuesday, November 24, 2009
I recently got started organizing my boxes, storage bins, and closets full of Trek stuff.
I have one room dedicated to the collection right now, but its kind of small. Since I don't have a lot of space to display the entire collection I'm going to start rotating it every few months. Let's take a look at the current set up featuring new movie stuff, classics from Playmates 90s toy line, and some of the awesome Art Asylum offerings.
Stay tuned for Pt. 2 coming soon featuring more action figures, the 12 inch figs, dioramas, playsets, books, movies, and even some Borg bubble bath...
Monday, November 23, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Eclectorama's traveling Spock just spent a weekend with the Nostalgic G in Hollywood drinking Romulan ale and hanging out at Star Trek: The Exhibit.
Check out the Spockcation feature at the Eclectorama for pt. 1 of Spock's visit.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Magazine ad for the film's Blu-Ray and DVD release.
This Tuesday Star Trek will be making its debut on Blu-Ray and DVD and many retailers will be launchg the film with special events and offers. Let's go over some of them and take a look at the ads.
The DVD and Blu-Ray release of Star Trek takes the top spot this week's Entertainment Weekly "must list".
Best Buy will have every single edition of the film available along with the highly anticipated exclusive set packed with 4 Starfleet badge replicas produced by Quantm Mechanix.
This one is definitively my top pick from all the exclusive sets. Fans who show up at Best Buy during the first two hours of business on Tuesday will be able to save 3 dollars of the Blu-Ray or 2 dollars off the DVD. There's also a rumor that Best Buy will be having some Star Trek titles on Blu-Ray for the prie of $7.99 during their black Friday extravaganza. We'll keep you posted on that as more info comes in.
Many Best Buy stores will open their doors at midnight for all the eager fans who can't wait till Tuesday morning to get their hands on the film. Head on over to Bestbuy.com for a list of all participating locations. Best Buy will also have all the previous Star Trek Blu-Ray titles on sale with discounts raging between 5-35 dollars.
Target will have a special packaging for the film just ike they've done with previous Paramount titles such as Iron Man and both Transformers movies. This time around the case can be put together to form a mini U.SS. Enterprise display in which you can store the film's multiple discs.
Many other retailers will have sale prices on the film such as Toys R Us, which listed the film on their Sunday newspaper ad.
Some blockbuster stores will also have the film available at midnight for sale and rental. I'll be back later in the week with my take on some of these cool new goodies.