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MerchandiseRoddenberry EntertainmentStar TrekToys

Press Release Building upon a decades-long tradition of producing high-quality, authentic merchandise and prop replicas for legions of Star Trek fans worldwide, Roddenberry Entertainment has launched the Roddenberry Legacy Series. Inspired by original screen-filmed props, this evolving line of collectible replicas blends painstaking attention to detail and precision craftsmanship.

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ThinkGeek comes up with products ever year for April Fool’s Day to trick us all. Among the handful of fake items this year there are a few that I absolutely wish were real, including their Flux Capacitor.

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Press Release Everybody remember where we parked! Comic-Con International in San Diego has long been the home to all levels of Star Trek fandom. From casual fans to die-hard cosplayers, every degree of Trek fan is in attendance. And while Diamond Select Toys always has something new to show off to Trekkies at the show, it’s been a while since they offered an exclusive Trek product to attendees. Well, the wait is over!

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Diamond Select Toys sent us some fantastic images of three upcoming Klingon disruptor replicas, that light up and make sounds.

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A few weeks ago, we showed off a very cool, and very large Klingon Bird of Prey model, that deserves a place on any Star Trek collector’s shelf. But to really show the Bird of Prey off the right way, fans should also consider checking out this variant model of the ship de-cloaking.

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I don’t know if you would call it a toy, a model, or a work of art, but Diamond Select Toys has released this wonderful Klingon Bird of Prey that any true Star Trek fan should have sitting on their science station.

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As much as I want my son to learn a second or third language, I don’t think I would have ever thought to have used my child as a science experiment. d’Armond Speers decided he would teach his son to speak Klingon, and total immersion was the only way to do it.  For the first three years of his son’s life, the only language d’Armond spoke around the boy was Klingon. “I was interested in the question of whether my son, going through his first language acquisition process, would acquire it like any human language,” Speers told the Minnesota Daily.

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I like this on a number of levels – animation, art style, the fact that it is all in Klingon – and combining them together in one bit totally rocks.  It’s nice to see there are actual gems to be found on YouTube.

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