The Starship Enterprise (NCC-1701) began her TV voyages to “strange new worlds” more than 50 years ago. The original Star Trek series ran for only three seasons; its last episode aired the month before men first walked on the moon. But the years since have seen one animated and five live-action spin-off series, 13 feature films, and a galaxy’s worth of video games, novels, and memorabilia, all driving the adventure of going “where no has gone before” forward at maximum warp!
From FameTek comes the long awaited Star Trek: The Next Generation Bluetooth Communications Badge! Since its debut of Star Trek: The Next Generation... Read more
How would you like to build your own U.S.S. Enterprise bridge? Start with this Deanna Troi Build-a-Bridge Bobble Head! It features a remarkable... Read more
With its five-year mission completed under the command of Captain James T. Kirk, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was ordered into dry-dock where it... Read more
Quantum Mechanix presents the Star Trek: The Original Series Captain's Chair 1:6 Scale Replica! In scale with their previously released Captain Kirk... Read more
Inspired by a line of Star Trek clothing offered in the seventies and early eighties, Anovos presents the Shore Leave Collection Uniform Shirts! This... Read more
An impressive addition for every Star Trek collection, this is an XL version of the Ambassador-class ship that participated in the Battle of Narendra... Read more
"Resistance is futile." Quantum Mechanix introduces the Locutus Master Series Latinum Edition Maquette Statue! This 1:12 scale hand-painted statue... Read more
It seeks the creator. Is it a starship or a sentient being? Fans of the movie Star Trek: The Motion Picture know the answer and will be happy to add... Read more
Learn everything there is to know about the Starfleet Tug Vehicle! This Star Trek Starships Starfleet Tug Die-Cast Metal Vehicle with Collector... Read more
One of the most memorable of all the ships appearing in the Star Trek franchise is the Bird of Prey, the first Klingon vessel depicted with a... Read more
Quick, Watson! The game is afoot! Data as Sherlock Holmes and LaForge as Dr. Watson. As they appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode... Read more
"Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new... Read more
Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive! One-of-a-kind, 24kt gold-plated U.S.S. Enterprise monitor mate. Includes a non-damaging adhesive pad.... Read more
Eaglemoss presents a series of die-cast metal models featuring ships from Star Trek: Discovery. The U.S.S. Europa NCC-1648 is based directly on the... Read more
First-ever patented Chair Cape™ that celebrates the Command division of Starfleet. From the office to a Star Trek -themed party, dress your chair to... Read more
Star Trek: The Next Generation Starfleet Academy Banner measures about 50-inches tall x 30-inches long. Read more
Set your monitor to stun-ing! The original Phaser Monitor Mate Bobble. Replicates the futuristic weapon seen in Star Trek: The Original Series.... Read more
Raise shields and arm the photon torpedoes! Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated. Add the Borg Sphere to your Star Trek computer monitor... Read more
Wear Spock's commander tunic! Uniform from Star Trek Into Darkness. Premium fabrics replicate the screen-used originals. The pattern matches Zachary... Read more
They call her "Seven of Nine," but she looks like a ten to us! The former Borg drone portrayed by actress Jeri Ryan is beautiful in this stunning... Read more
You are now entering Krenim space. Leave or be destroyed! Actually, you have nothing to worry about if your ship is this fantastic Star Trek... Read more
This incredible Star Trek Starships Promellian Battles Crusier with Collector Magazine #142 from the collection of Star trek models includes all the... Read more
From the Star Trek: Discovery TV series comes this U.S.S. Buran NCC-1422 with Collector Magazine #7. The U.S.S. Buran NCC-1422 Class die-cast metal... Read more
Star Trek The Original Series Fine Art Posters Set 12 is an astounding lot of fine-art posters that true fans of the Star Trek television show's... Read more
It's an 8-bit invasion! Buildable blocky figures feature a retro gaming design. There's a signature coin detail on the foot, plus arms and heads that... Read more
La Forge inspired by Star Trek: The Next Generation ! Number 13 in the Star Trek Pin Mate™ series. Retro-styled, 2-inch scale wooden figure features... Read more
Discover this Star Trek: Discovery U.S.S. Shran NCC-1413 with Collector Magazine #11 inspired by the Star Trek: Discovery TV series. It may have been... Read more
Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry pitched his series to skeptical 1960s network execs as “Wagon Train to the stars.” But for all its exotic alien planets and fascinating new life forms, for all its near-miraculous future tech (some of which anticipated real-world breakthroughs by decades) and sleek spacefaring vessels (all of which remain, unfortunately, out of reach, except as toys and model kits), Star Trek has always really been about exploring the most mysterious and compelling frontier of all: the meaning and potential of humanity.
As Captain Jean-Luc Picard once told Mr. Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Perhaps someday we will discover that space and time are simpler than the human equation.”
Lay in a course for Entertainment Earth whenever you want to beam up figures, die-cast vehicles, apparel, or other accessories to celebrate the human adventure that is just beginning!
In “The City on the Edge of Forever” - a 1967 episode consistently ranked one of the whole franchise’s best - Depression-era social worker Edith Keeler, with whom a time-traveling Captain Kirk falls in love, envisions the future Kirk comes from: “One day soon, man is going to be able to harness incredible energy… that could ultimately hurl men to other worlds in some sort of spaceship. And the men that reach out into space will find ways… to give each man hope and a common future. And those are the days worth living for.”
Our collection of replicas includes tricorders and phasers, Starfleet uniforms and communicators, and model spaceships from both the United Federation of Planets and the new civilizations it encounters - almost anything you could want to help you feel like you’re living in Star Trek’s bright future, and to show your dedication to making these days “days worth living for,” too!
Keep a tribble on your key ring.
Use a phaser to turn your home theater system off (without vaporizing it).
Adorn your next con lanyard or your jacket lapel with pins featuring heroes like the original series’ cranky but compassionate Dr. McCoy (you can imagine him complaining, “I’m a doctor, not a decoration!”)... the animated series’ cat-like Caitian communications officer Lt. M’Ress… brave Captain Kathryn Janeway, determined to shepherd the Starship Voyager home from the far-off Delta Quadrant.
Snap together a Mega Bloks Klingon Battlecruiser for the glory of the Empire - Qapla’!
Whether you’re looking for practical ways to inject futuristic fun into your everyday routine or Star Trek toys to play with when you’re off-duty, Entertainment Earth has more than enough merchandise to fill Space Station K-7’s storage compartments.
Few science fiction franchises have introduced as many iconic characters into pop culture as Star Trek has. You can celebrate its half-century (and counting) of memorable heroes and villains with a wide range of action figures, statues, and even wooden Pin Mates and Tiki Tiki Totems.
Will William Shatner always be “your” Captain Kirk? Do you prefer Chris Pine’s take on the role in the recent reboot movies? Fans of one or both will find figures here honoring Starfleet’s most famous commanders.
Or you can recruit all of Star Trek’s iconic COs—Kirk, Picard, Janeway, Benjamin Sisko and Jonathan Archer—to keep watch over your computer as Monitor Mate bobbleheads!
And commemorate these “boldly going” adventurers’ epic showdowns with some of space’s biggest threats to peace—the patiently plotting Romulans, the aggressive reptilian and insectoid species of the Xindi, the energy web-spinning Tholians, the temporal cold war-waging Suliban, even the barbaric Terran Empire from the dark and distorted “mirror universe”—with highly detailed, die-cast vehicles for your desk or display shelves.
Fans in the 1970s proudly proclaimed, “Star Trek Lives!” Today, it lives more than ever. And the toys, collectibles and accessories you’ll find at Entertainment Earth suggest this famous and influential science fiction saga will continue to live long and prosper!