2016 SDCC Exclusive Star Trek 50th Anniversary Slave Orion Girl Barbie Doll
Mattel announces another one of their 2016 San Diego Comic Con exclusives with this Barbie Star Trek 50th Anniversary Doll which will cost $50.
As Star Trek turns 50, we look back and celebrate one of the most influential television series of all time. Set in the 23rd century, the show follows the brave crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 as it explores strange new worlds and seeks out new life and new civilizations. With its smart storytelling, an A-list cast, and a who’s who of guest stars, Star Trek quickly solidified itself as a television classic as well as a cultural phenomenon with impact across society. Since then, Star Trek has spawned five spin-off series and over a dozen feature films. Star Trek has and will continue “To boldly go where no man has gone before.”
In the first pilot episode, “The Cage,” the Talosians use their power of illusion to interest Captain Pike in a young woman named Vina. They present her in various guises and settings, including as a beautiful, green-skinned Orion girl. Dressed in her shimmering metallic gold dancer’s dress with matching gold arm cuff, Vina as an Orion remains one of the most enduring images from Star Trek.
This product will be available for pre-order at MattyCollector.com on June 15, 2016 for subscribers only (Early Access), and from June 16 through June 25 for everyone else (All Access). Orders must be picked up in person at San Diego Comic-Con. Products will also be available for purchase at the convention.
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