June 22 2024


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Trek Diamond Select Toys At San Diego Comic-Con

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Diamond Select Toys has announced its lineup of products for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, which will take place this July.

The toys will include a Star Trek starship.

The starship to be offered is the Star Trek USS Defiant NCC-1764. “As seen in the classic Star Trek: The Original Series episode The Tholian Web, the Constitution-class starship U.S.S. Defiant was caught in an interphasic rift, leading to madness and death among the crew before being drawn into another dimension. To celebrate the impending anniversary of the original series, DST will bring a limited run of this sixteen-inch model, cast in translucent green plastic to simulate the effects of interphase, to their booth at Comic-Con! Packaged in a full-color window box with a display stand.”

Only two hundred of the USS Defiant starships will be available at the Diamond Select Toys booth (#2607).

Other toys at the Diamond Select Toys booth will include: Gotham “Roughed Up” Penguin Exclusive Action Figure, Gotham Minimates Fateful Meeting Jim Gordon & Bruce Wayne two-pack, Batman: The Animated Series “Almost Got ‘Im” B&W Batman Resin Bust, Batman: The Animated Series “Almost Got ‘Im” B&W Catwoman Resin Bust, Batman The Animated Series Femme Fatales “Almost Got ‘Im” Harley Quinn B&W PVC Statue, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Minimates Comic-Style B&W Box Set, Podcast Pals Kevin Smith Vinimate Vinyl Figure, Ghostbusters Angry Stay Puft Metal Bottle Opener, Marvel Minimates Ant-Man Movie Exclusive Box Set, and Ghostbusters Slimed Logo Pizza Cutter.

The San Diego Comic-Con takes place July 9-12.

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8 thoughts on “Trek Diamond Select Toys At San Diego Comic-Con

  1. In the first moment I thought the Defiant in the configuration from “In A Mirror, Darkly”. Maybe they’ll get another repaint of the big E out with the sounds from that episode. The translucent green idea sounds interesting!

  2. I’m still waiting for a report on the latest stinker by Star Trek ‘Continues’.

  3. Maybe whoever is doing the Star Trek 90210 reboots should consider The Tholian Web as the source material for the next film. Have the Defiant, run by a mad captain, re-emerge from that other dimension to wreak havoc in Chris Pine’s universe and have Mudd assist the Federation in defeating him, as well as provide comic relief.

  4. Somebody’s cranky cause they’re not getting any “Real Trek”.

    The fan films are what they are, sometimes good, sometimes not. You try acting for little to no pay sometime.

  5. You try building your own sets instead of stealing them. Clearly one of VM’s minions.

  6. In DC comics, the refit towed the Defiant out of that area. Once can say that the Mirror folk returned to that area looking for more–and that it was lost again, I suppose.

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