More Star Trek Movie Toys From Playmates Unveiled

by Jay Cochran
January 22, 2009
We first showed you Playmates' new 6" Captain Kirk figure from the upcoming Star Trek movie. Now USAToday has unveiled more cool stuff coming from Playmates like a 3 3/4" Bridge Playset, Transporter Room Playset and new NCC 1701 Enterprise.

The Star Trek movie will open in theaters on May 8, 2009 and new toy line from Playmates should start hitting shelves sometime around April 2009.
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TMNTFAN85 - 2009-04-27 @ 4:36 am
The bridge is nothing more then a plastic sheet?

Pretty much. The bulk of the weight is the captain's chair/helms piece. Bot nothing locks into place. They just sit on the mat.

......and they want $25 for it ??

I thought it might be plastic and all the set peices snapped on somehow

yeah bit it isnt as bad, its a nice lil set. worth the 25 bucks. least it ain't 30 if it was now THAT ain't worth it.

Wheeljack35 - 2009-04-27 @ 2:33 am
The bridge is nothing more then a plastic sheet?

Pretty much. The bulk of the weight is the captain's chair/helms piece. Bot nothing locks into place. They just sit on the mat.

......and they want $25 for it ??

I thought it might be plastic and all the set peices snapped on somehow

PJ - 2009-04-27 @ 2:29 am
The bridge is nothing more then a plastic sheet?

Pretty much. The bulk of the weight is the captain's chair/helms piece. Bot nothing locks into place. They just sit on the mat.

yojoebro82 - 2009-04-27 @ 1:44 am

Anyone know when they'll put out the regular Uhura, Bones, and Chekov 6''ers?

Wheeljack35 - 2009-04-26 @ 10:18 pm

The bridge is nothing more then a plastic sheet?

PJ - 2009-04-26 @ 6:58 pm

I picked up doubles of Sulu, Chekov, Bones & Spock and did head swaps so now I have all in their command attires.

Galaxy Collection Bridge Playset -

jakeeyes - 2009-04-23 @ 1:18 pm
Today at Target I picked up the Bridge set. The floor mat is a pretty cheap design, but much larger than I thought it would be. I also picked up a 6" Kirk. My TRU has them, but they aren't putting them out until next week when they put up the display in the front of the store.

Grabbed the bridge set at Target as well. I have to agree that the vinyl mat is a little lack luster, but the rest of the set is much better than I had hoped. I love the console/Captains chair section, and the view screen insert is durable. Also, looking at the reviews, I was extremely skeptical about the figures. Once in hand, however, they are a lot more fun than I thought they would be: the good outweighs the bad. They remind me of DC Infinite Heroes, the sum is greater than the parts.

PJ - 2009-04-23 @ 12:55 am

Today at Target I picked up the Bridge set. The floor mat is a pretty cheap design, but much larger than I thought it would be. I also picked up a 6" Kirk. My TRU has them, but they aren't putting them out until next week when they put up the display in the front of the store.

Artistrix - 2009-04-21 @ 3:09 am

I had the 3.75" figures on order with my Aussie dealer.

However with all these stories coming out about International releases not including the Bridge & Transporter consoles....I'm going to hold off for a while.

That's in the UK & Canada anyway. I don't think the figures have been spotted at all in Australia yet.

Flying_Infant - 2009-04-20 @ 5:49 pm

I picked up one of these figs (Spock) mainly for the bridge piece, and the chair itself seems a little small to me for GI Joe figs. Tried putting CC in the chair, it looked a bit.....off. :|

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