June 22 2024


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Trek Anniversary Posters

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Three new Star Trek posters have been released to celebrate the debut of the original series.

The set of posters, “First Broadcast of Star Trek,” feature Kirk, Spock and Uhura.

The posters were made on 300gsm textured fine-art paper, and each measures 16.5″ by 11.7.” There will only be nine hundred-and-ninety-five sets made, and each set will be hand-numbered and will include a certificate of authenticity.

The set, available from the U.K.’s Generation Gallery, will cost £30.00, and can be ordered here.

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9 thoughts on “Trek Anniversary Posters

  1. Two points… First, these are tiny, particularly when you consider how much of them is that white border… The images themselves must be only around a normal sheet of paper. Secondly, anyone that does 3 posters for the anniversary of TOS and features 3 characters, and those 3 characters are not Kirk, Spock, and MCCOY, I’m uninterested, to say the least.

  2. I totally agree. While I mean no disrespect to Nichelle Nicols or the Uhura character, this recent push to elevate her to “major character” status since the Abrams movies came out is a bit annoying. It was and always will be Kirk, Spock and McCoy.

  3. It would be a really cool set if it featured everyone and wasn’t tiny. I like Nichelle Nichols and Uhura, but she’s no more important than Scotty or Sulu or Chekov. She’s more important than Nurse Chapel or Janice Rand, sure, rightly so… but she’s not McCoy… And that, for me, is the biggest character development failure of the reboot, they fundamentally misunderstand that Kirk and Spock don’t really work without McCoy, and no two of the three are complete without the final piece… That they’ve elevated Uhura, and she’s in a relationship with Spock, while relegating McCoy to the background where he’s experimenting on dead Tribbles is sad and misses a huge aspect of TOS. But, I guess since only Han and Chewie were on the Falcon most of the time, JJ Abrams can’t understand a triumvirate.

  4. lol

    Hey, let’s see if we can get 20 down votes for the appropriate answer to the question! lol Trolls.

  5. Spock with a phaser is just wrong. Not that he never used one — of course he did — but that’s not the essence of the character. If you want to show Spock with a prop, it should be a tricorder.

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