December sale items:
Fan Club Communicator mags lot of 25, was $30, now $25
Cinefantastique magazine Vol. 27, #11/12, was $10, now $5
Kirk LaserSculpt photo plaque, was $40, now $30
25th Anniversary trading card set factory tin, was $20, now $15
Note for art lovers: Check out my Star Trek Paintings page for original art by Sonia Hillios. Most for sale at well under appraised value too.
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Action Figures by Playmates, other Toys:
Unopened, mint on nice cards unless noted.
View all my 5" figures, or click "View" next to each to see a larger pic.
Next Generation, 1992-up:
1st Borg, gray skull cap, has a 3/4" width area with horizontal wrinkles in card next to the bubble...$5 (View)
1st Counselor Deanna Troi, light purple/lavendar uniform. Has some wrinkles in top right of card...$5 (View)
Tapestry 2 Picard, with phaser, M.I.B. (3). Toyfare exclusive mail-in, in white mailer boxes. #'s 13,864, 16,477, 20,999...$5 ea. (View)
From the "Generations" movie:
Buy all 9 action figures for $38, saves $7.
Shreddies cereal Next Generation mini ships set of 4. These were in-box premiums back in 1992, 1 ship per box, only distributed in Canada. Later someone sold batches to U.S. comics distributors and other dealers, so they showed up here. Very small solid gray plastic ships, similar to Micro Machines, about 2-2.5" long. They come with color decals (on opposite side of the yellow sheets), and are unused/mint in sealed packages. You get Enterprise 1701-D, Ferengi Fighter, Klingon Bird of Prey, and Romulan Warbird (Warbird was packaged upside down). Prices on the net are wide ranging, and as high $50 for the set! They're not that rare, and a more normal price seems to be around $25-30. Buy mine for only...$15 INCLUDING U.S. shipping (View)
Art, Posters, etc.:
"Officers of the Deck" portfolio, with intro letter SIGNED by the artist, Kelly Freas. 1976. There's 7 plates/prints of the original paintings: Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scotty, Sulu, Chekov, and Uhura. BUT, my set is 1 of the thousands of smaller copies made by a show promoter back then, so these are 8x11", not the regular portfolio's 12.5"x19". The person I bought this from in the '80s said he got it signed at a Star Trek convention in the '70s, one of the first ones ever, and he bought it there too. I checked it out with the Freas folks a few years ago, who told me these were unauthorized copies, but they couldn't really do anything about it back then, and don't really care about them now. Based on my scan, they said it appears the signature is genuine, but of course wouldn't guarantee or certify it. I will guarantee the signature is genuine, or will refund your money, with proof from a reliable professional source. The cover letter has Freas' bio and credits at the time. Prints are near mint, never displayed, on decent semi-glossy stock, and are in a plain white envelope. I got suckered back then and paid $50 for it via mail order, finding out much later what this really was, and it was NOT rare at all, like the guy claimed. Will give it away with 1 of the Hillios paintings I have for sale, but if anyone wants it by itself, I'll ask...$20 (View)
Voyager 2000 calendar. Nice cast pics, great for autographs! Also has a cool double page centerfold "poster" of the Captain Proton holodeck serial show. Will include 1 of the 8x11 ad sheets listed below too. 50% off cover price...$6 (View)
Voyager promo poster for 1999 syndication announcement, titled "Five Flights A Week/Are You a Voyager?" Sent to TV stations only! Nice heavy paper stock, 24"x30", full crew and ship pictured. Nice black area on bottom for autographs! Last nice one has a small zigzag printing wrinkle below and to right of R near the actors images, and couple very minor handling kinks (nothing you'll see hanging on the wall). I also have a display one that has an 8" bend line in lower right area, all in the black border (so could be matted out), plus just a few minor handling kinks. Sold most at $12-$15, but last nice one is $8, and will go $3 on the other one. (View)
Also have multiple 8"x11" cards of the above poster, these were also promos given to TV stations, with show info and same cast pic on back. Great for autographs, and you can't buy 8x10 photos at shows this cheap. Only...$1 each (View front & back)
1967 Gold Key series:
#5 VF 8.0 overall, off-white to white pages. Kirk and Spock photo cover, ad on back. Thin stresses at staples, minor kink at top staple, one 1/8" spine stress mark, 4-5 others only 1-2mm; half dozen very light reading kinks; back cover shows a couple V-shaped kinks/valley bends, with light corner bump at bottom spine...$68 (View)
#7 VF-, 7.5, white pages. Kirk, Spock, McCoy cover, ad on back cover. About 16 little spine stress marks, one slightly kinked in Gold Key box, most are about 2mm, some only 1mm; couple light reading kinks, but clean and bright cover; back cover lower left corner shows a 1.5" light diagonal bend line, but doesn't go all the way across; and upper left corner shows 1/2" very light indent/bend line. Those bends are all in white areas, so don't show well...$45 (View)
Buy both Gold Key issues for $100
1980s/'90s DC comics, only 2-3 aren't NM:
Red Alert! Star Trek the Next Generation comics on clearance!
1988 Mini-series #3, 4, 5 (2), 6 (2)...$2 each
1989 Regular series #1-80 lot (only missing #24)...$65
1990 Annual #1, 1993 Special #1, 1994 Special #2, and Marvel's 1998 Special #1 (Riker)...$1 each
Deep Space Nine/STNG crossover #1-4 set...$4
ILL Wind #2-4 (missing #1)...$1 each
Shadowheart #1-4 set...$4
Modala Imperative #1-4 set...$4
Save $20 and buy all 104 comics ($93 as listed) for $73.
Next Generation #1, 1989 regular series, 2 extra copies...$3 ea. (View)
Debt of Honor hardcover graphic novel. 1992 comics, by Chris Claremont and Adam Hughes, painted cover by Dave Dorman. 96 pgs, excellent story and art, with original crew. 1st print, NM, not shrinkwrapped anymore, but bagged. $24.95 cover price, but for you, 40% off cover at...$15 (View)
Comics signed by cover artist Sonia Hillios:
Next Generation #75 (2), 1989 series...$6 ea. (View)
Deep Space Nine/Next Generation #1 (2)...$5 ea. (View)
Shadowheart #1 (2): NM-, with TWO signatures on cover...$6 (View)
VF/NM (minor top spine corner stress lines)...$4 (View)
"These Are The Voyages" 30th Anniversary Pop-up book. "A Three-Dimensional Star Trek Album," 1996 Pocket Books and Charles Kurtz. 1st print, minor corner ding on back cover, bottom left/open edge. Still shrinkwrapped. Awesome 11.25"x11.25" pop-up book, with 4 large displays, and a bunch of smaller ones, plus other neat features. The pop-ups pay homage to the original TV series, the movies, Next Generation, and Deep Space Nine and Voyager combined on the last one. Cool multi-channel hologram cover with the original Enterprise flying towards you. These were $35 new! I bought some on clearance, and passing some of the savings on to you! (More than Quark would anyway.) Great gift for the Trek fan! Only 1 left!...$9 (View)
Official Fan Club Communicator mags:
Nice glossy magazine with many exclusive interviews, photos, news, and all kinds of Trek related stuff. My issues go from #97-133, from the years 1994-2001. I just listed the highlights of each issue, but most have monthly columns on technology, collectibles, show production, fan Q&A, etc., and many have interviews with Rick Berman for the movies and TV shows. All have large sections of collectibles sold through the club and elsewhere. Good reference material to see what's been made, and what you missed. All are complete, but mine are mail subscription copies, so most will have some wear and tear, which I didn't go into detail about, as these aren't really collectible condition for the most part. Ask if you want to know more about condition or content. Cover price is in parentheses. Great cheap reading for Trekkers or people getting into Trek. Pics are generic, so not of my copies, but can get you scans of mine if need be.
#97 June/July 1994. Next Generation cast cover painting by Sonia Hillios. Covers end of STNG series, upcoming Generations movie; interviews with Nana Visitor (Kira Nerys of DS9), and William Campbell (Captain Koloth); Bjo Trimble tribute column to Gene Roddenberry; promo card insert/ad for Skybox "The Episode Collection" trading cards, with 3 card sheet; article on the DC comics series. VF+ overall, has some faint small pinkish beverage stains on back cover bottom edge. ($3.50)...$2 (View)
#98 Aug/Sept 1994. Deep Space Nine/DS9 cover. Interviews with Leonard Nimoy (Spock) & Terry Farrell (Dax on DS9); more on Generations movie; new season of DS9, etc.. Corner ding, valley bend in upper left, some inside pages have 1" long but only 1/8" or so high beverage warp at bottom edge (must've spilled something near the stack one day!), so call it F/VF to VF-. ($3.50)...$1 (View)
#99 Oct/Nov 1994. Generations movie cover story, Enterprise D cover painting by Tsuneo Sanda. Interviews with Patrick Stewart (Capt. Picard), James Doohan (Scotty), Rene Auberjonois (Odo on DS9), Herman Zimmerman (Trek designer), Michael Okuda (Trek Tech guy), Trek authors Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens. Few minor spine kinks, corner crease, F/VF to VF-. ($3.50)...$1 (View)
#103 July/Aug 1995. (Has now become "Star Trek Communicator".) Enterprise D cover painting by Tsuneo Sanda. Interviews with Brent Spiner (Data), Robert Picardo (Voyager's Holographic Doctor), DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy), Andrew Robinson (Garak on DS9). Top staple pulled thru cover, o/w VF. ($3.50)...$1 (View)
#104 Oct/Nov 1995. Klingon Special, Worf and Klingons cover painting by Dru Blair. Interviews with Michael Dorn (Worf), Roxann Biggs-Dawson (B'Leanna Torres), Robert O'Reilly (Gowron), Michael Ansara & Jon Colicos (Klingons Kang & Kor), Gweneth Walsh & Barbara March (B'Etor & Lursa), and other Klingon stuff. Bottom edge in middle on front cover has ugly crunch/tear about 2" L, and 3/4" H, with 3/4" tear, o/w very nice, so call it Fine. ($3.50)...$1 (View)
#105 Dec/Jan 1995/96. Special Effects issue, Borg Cube/Enterprise D battle cover painting by Tsuneo Sanda. Interviews with Jonathan Frakes (Will Riker), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), and Behind the Scenes with the Special Effects folks, and the usual columns. F/VF condition or better. ($3.50)...$1 (View)
#109 Nov/Dec 1996/97. Enterprise E photo cover, First Contact movie cover story. The Music of Classic Star Trek; article on the Starfleet Academy paperback novels. VF. ($3.95)...$2 (View)
#111 Mar/April 1997. Cardassian Gul Dukat (actor Mark Alaimo) photo cover. Interviews with him, LeVar Burton (Geordi La Forge), DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy), James Cromwell (Zephram Cochrane in First Contact movie), Richard James (production designer); The Music of The Next Generation; Pocket Books "New Frontiers" Trek novels. VF-. ($3.95)...$2 (View)
#112 May/June 1997. Jonathan Frakes photo cover for First Contact movie. Interviews with him, Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris), Alfre Woodard (Lily Sloan in First Contact movie), Chase Masterson (Leeta on DS9), Ricardo Montalban (Khan in Star Trek II), and casting directors. VF. ($3.95)...$2 (View)
#113 Aug/Sept 1997. Enterprise E cover painting. Interviews with Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi), Robert Beltran (Chakotay), Andre Bormanis (science consultant); the evolution of Enterprise E; more on "Star Trek: The Experience"; Villains of Star Trek; Season review/preview for DS9 & Voyager. F/VF. ($3.95)...$1.25 (View)
#114 Dec/Jan 1997/98. Worf photo cover, Klingon Special issue. Interview with Michael Dorn, plus lots about Klingons from all series; 1 page blurb/photo of Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine; more new Pocket Books novels; more on "Star Trek: The Experience". VF or better. ($3.95)...$2 (View)
#116 April/May 1998. Avery Brooks/Sisko photo cover. Special "African-Americans of Star Trek" issue, with guest editor Tim Russ (Tuvok on Voyager). Interviews with actors Brooks, Nichelle Nichols, Whoopi Goldberg, LeVar Burton, Tony Todd, Mae Jemison, Cirroc Lofton, William Marshall; Gene Roddenberry's thoughts on multi-racial cast; and yet more on "Star Trek: The Experience" (Grand Opening). VF. ($3.95)...$2 (View)
#118 Aug/Sept 1998. Enterprise E cover painting by Tobias Richter. Insurrection movie coverage, with interview with Writer/Producer Michael Piller, actors Rene Auberjonois, Nana Visitor, Majel Barrett, Terry Farrell's goodbye from DS9, producer Ira Stephen Behr; season review/preview for DS9 & Voyager; making of Klingon Academy, CD-ROM game; Trek on the web stuff. VF. ($4.50)...$2 (View)
#119 Oct/Nov 1998. Nicole DeBoer photo cover (the new Dax on DS9). Interviews with her, Grace Lee Whitney (Yeoman Rand), Laurel Goodwin (Yeoman Colt in "The Cage" pilot for original series), various directors of the shows; DS9 crew baseball game; day on the set of Insurrection; and a look at the animated series. VF or so. ($4.50)...$2 (View)
#121 Feb/March 1999. Borg Queen & B'Leanna Torres photo cover. Interviews with Roxann Dawson, Jonathan Frakes, F. Murray Abraham (Ru'Afo in Insurrection), Susanna Thompson (new Borg Queen on Voyager), Nancy Hower & Scarlett Powers (Samantha Wildman & daughter Naomi on Voyager), makeup expert Michael Westmore; worldwide fandom; Movie Special Effects. VF+ or so. ($4.50)...$2.50 (View)
#122 April/May 1999. End of DS9 issue, with DS9 station photo cover. Interviews with 15 members of the supporting cast; CCG (card game) tournament coverage/interviews; a look at the future medicine in Trek. Fine/Very Fine. ($4.50)...$1.50 (View)
#123 June/July 1999. More on the end of Deep Space Nine, Avery Brooks/Sisko photo cover. Has fold-out "collectible poster" of the Defiant getting zapped! Plus Cast memories, writing and production team interviews, 6 more supporting cast memories; Fan Club episode poll; photos of production crew. VF/VF+. ($4.50)...$2.50 (View)
#125 Oct/Nov 1999. Capt. Janeway, B'Elanna, Miral (B'Elanna's mom) photo cover, special "Making of Barge of the Dead" episode coverage; a look at Aliens of the Delta Quadrant and their creation; New Wildstorm comics; novels featuring Dr. McCoy; Trek on CD-ROM; Mars Machine project. NM-. ($4.95)...$3 (View)
#126 Dec/Jan 1999/2000. Deanna Troi/Marina Sirtis photo cover. Interviews with her & Dwight Schultz (Lt. Barclay) for their "reunion" on Voyager, and Robert Beltran (Chakotay); recap of DeForest Kelley interviews; a look at early Trek collectibles; 20th Anniversary of The Motion Picture; '99 Gen Con gaming card report; Spock vs. Q audio debate. NM-. ($4.95)...$3 (View)
#127 Feb/March 2000. Time Travel issue, Enterprise C & D cover. Various articles about time travel throughout Trek history; coverage of the Star Trek CCG World Championship; interview with producer Harve Bennett; making Hamlet in the "original Klingon". NM-. ($4.95)...$3 (View)
#128 April/May 2000. Kes/Jennifer Lien photo cover. Interviews with Lien, Garrett Wang (Harry Kim), Andrew Robinson (Garak); Behind the Scenes with props, matte painting, hair stylist, composers, music editors; "Strange New Worlds III" paperback writers. Front about NM-, back VF. ($4.95)...$2.50 (View)
#129, says April/May 2000 inside also, should've been June/July. Picard/Stewart cover. Article on Stewart's role as X-Men's Professor X, and Trekker's Guide to X-men; "updates" with Jonathan Frakes, Robert Duncan McNeill, Nana Visitor, Alexander Siddig; feature on the "New Earth" novel series; Toy Fair 2000. Have 2 copies, one still sealed in mailer bag, with little thumbed spot at bottom edge, so NM-; loose copy is VF+ or better. ($4.95)...$3.50 for sealed one, $2 for loose. (View)
#130 Oct/Nov 2000. Voyager cast cover photo. Season 6 review of Voyager; interview with Armin Shimmerman (Quark); coverage of various novels & other stories. VF or better. ($4.95)...$2.50 (View)
#133 June/July 2001. Voyager cast photo cover with Jeri Ryan, Garrett Wang, Robert Picardo and Robert Beltran. Farewell to Voyager issue, pt. 1; a few more Women of Star Trek; interview with Rene Auberjonois; model builders; Pocket Books DS9 novels. VF+ or better. ($4.95)...$2.50 (View)
Clearance! Buy all 25 Communicator mags for $30 $25!
Fan Club kit, 1995 I think. Comes with exclusive collectible 9-card uncut promo sheet for the Next Generation Episode Collection cards, Season 3 (1995), by Skybox. Also has a folded United Federation of Planets poster, and membership card, with only my member number written on back. Plus Welcome letter, but no original white mailing envelope. Contents are excellent condition, but the poster has a few light handling/mailing kinks...$7 (View whole kit) (View card sheet)
Cinefantastique Vol. 27, #11/12, July 1996. Double size issue celebrates Trek's 30th Anniversary, with a painted cover of Kirk, Spock and Scotty. LOTS of info and pics, with interviews with the main cast, directors, crew, and more, and an episode guide for all 79 shows. Also covers movies Escape from L.A., Independence Day, The Crow II, The Phantom, Multiplicity, and Day of the Beast. And TV shows Lexx and Tarzan the Epic Adventures. Newsstand near mint, no mailing label, $11.95 cover. Dec. Sale! Was $10, now 50% off...$5 (View)
Cinescape #0, August 1994. A preview issue that was a Hero Illustrated magazine insert. Full size 8.5"x11", 34 pages, covers mostly new movies. Jim Carrey as The Mask cover and movie preview article, plus Generations movie & Voyager coverage, James Bond, Aliens vs. Predator "story behind the movie", Flintstones live action movie special effects and more. Lots of pics too. Have 3, VF+ or better...$1 ea. (View)
Entertainment Weekly #205, Jan. 1994. Deep Space Nine photo cover with Kira, Sisko and Quark, 'Trek Wars' article about competing sci-fi shows like Babylon 5, TekWar, upcoming Voyager. Plus a Barbra Streisand article, Oliver Stone and Joan Rivers interviews. Has some thumb prints on front on/above Quark's head, 1.75" corner crease back cover, printed on mailing label. Give it a 'Fine', and only...$.75¢ (View)
Entertainment Weekly Star Trek Special, Fall 1994. "The Ultimate Trip Through the Galaxies." 104 page special edition. Sneak peek of Generations movie; ranks 303 TV episodes; portfolio/interviews of the stars and even a Tribble!; lots of pics; 'How to Do Kirk' (the impression, that is) by Kevin Pollak; games and books, and lots more. NM, no mailing label. At cover price...$3.95 (View)
Parade magazine, June 1, 2008 − William Shatner interview and dapper pic in back, Anne Hathaway cover/article...$1 (View)
All are NM newsstand copies, so no mailing labels.
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"Star Trek Turns 30." 4 covers of the Captains: Kirk (William Shatner), Picard (Patrick Stewart), Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and Sisko (Avery Brooks). Interviews/profiles, 10 Best Episodes, history of the show, celebs who are Trekkers, a fold out photo of the actors who played villains, women of the original series and more. I found some big TV Guide and mag dealers asking $10-$14 EACH for these (plus their high shipping charges), don't know why. Get the set from me for only...$8
"The Women of Star Trek Are Out of This World." November 8-14, 1997. Cover has Seven of Nine/7 of 9 (Jeri Ryan) in the brown suit, 1 of 2 covers. (Other cover had Terry Farrell/Dax, I don't have it.) Interviews with them, plus coverage of a Diagnosis Murder episode with "spies" from the '60's TV shows (Robert Vaughn from Man from U.N.C.L.E., Robert Culp from I Spy, Barbara Bain from Mission Impossible, and Patrick MacNee from The Avengers.)...$2
"Cosmic Encounter!" April 10-16, 1999. Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) and Xena (Lucy Lawless) cover. Interviews with both, more photos, plus coverage of the defunct series "Coast to Coast," article on magician David Blaine, and one about the Aspen Comedy Festival. 3 copies...$2 ea.
Captain James T. Kirk LaserSculpt photo plaque thing. #312/5000. About 8.25"W x 7.5"H, made of two layers of 3/16" thick Plexiglas, this commemorates the original series episode "Court Martial", from Feb. 2, 1967. Made by Imagine This back in 1992, fully licensed by Paramount, with applied metal certificate on the back with the number and production info, and comes with a little 2-piece acrylic stand. What they did was take a color photo/screen shot of Kirk from the episode, and plastered the background on one piece of Plexiglas, and then they laser cut another piece around Kirk's head shot and stuck that on top of the first piece, creating a semi-3D, or maybe just a 2D effect. Those 2 pieces are mounted on another 1/8" thick black piece as the back. The background image is very fuzzy, as it was out of focus for that shot anyway. Not sure they made all 5000, as I have rarely seen this for sale in my internet and show travels (sometimes low orders prohibit producing the full run, yet the certificates are already done with the full numbering). I believe it was $40-$50 new, which was enough then, and you may see others saying $49.95 to a completely untrue $90. It's 21 years old now, and I doubt you'll come across another one anytime soon. Nice odd piece for the Kirk fan who thought they had everything. Despite its rarity on the market, I can't see charging some guesstimate collectible price for this, so will part with it for its 1992 retail price. Dec. Sale! Was $40, now...$30 (View)
1991 25th Anniversary trading card set in factory tin, by Impel. Limited edition of 15,000 sets, mine's #14,397. Complete 320 card set covering both the original series and Next Generation, with the 4 holograms, plus 2 cards exclusive to this set, one of which you can see in the scan in the left stack of cards, the photo of casts of both series. Cards are still shrink-wrapped. Dec. Sale! Was $20, now...$15 (View)
1996 "30 Years of Star Trek, Reflections of the Future" Phase 3 promo card from MBNA bank and Skybox. Only sent to people who got the MBNA Star Trek credit card, which is how I got it. Supposedly limited to 30,000, some say less than that were actually produced, and that many people threw them away. Hard to know, but apparently this is fairly rare now. I also have the letter it came with, and it has a small tear in the 'were' at 'were produced'. The card has some small white flecks on the front, this is how it came to me, and other pics I found online had similar flecks, and/or smudges etc, so likely pretty common. You can see some below and going to the left of the saucer section, others are in the blocks of icons at the bottom, and scattered around elsewhere. A couple auction sellers seem to think this is worth $70 now, but that's no doubt way high. I found 1 confirmed sale for $22.50 in Aug. 2013, for 1 with flecks like mine. Buy mine, INCLUDING SHIPPING IN U.S., for...$27 (View card & letter) (View both sides of card)