A Star Trek tribble coin purse. Really? Do you stick it in your bag and wake up the next morning to find they’ve eaten all your grain? No thanks.
This looks like a nice small messenger bag designed to like a Star Trek TOS tricorder. This is only 8 3/4-inches tall x 6 1/8-inches wide x 2 3/4-inches long. This comes out in June 2014 for $40.
Star Trek magnets, how do they work?
Normally I’m not much of a fan of Funko’s vinyl figures, but these Star Trek: The Original Series figures are the exception to the rule.
3D Systems will create a personalized 3D-printed Star Trek figure based on a photo of you or your favorite Star Trek fan. Simply upload a photo, choose a body type, pose and rank, and for just $69.99 you’ve got a 3-inch personalized Star Trek figure.
Paula Block and Terry Erdmann provide commentary for The Star Trek: The Original Topps Trading Card Series book. The Topps trading card set was released in 1976, and consisted of 88 full-color cards featuring images from the television show and 22 sticker inserts. The cards are fairly rare, and even an ungraded set can cost $200+. Graded near mint cards have gone for more than $1,000 at auction, so it’s nice to see the full set offered in book form with commentary.